Following the work of the classical composer, musicologist and philosopher Peter Hübner, the publishers AAR EDITION INTERNATIONAL endeavour to support the research and development of basic principles in our times, torn by all kinds of crises, to promote mankind’s natural basic rights.
Such basic rights are mentioned, stated and denounced in almost all constitutions of modern states in our world – without most governments making adequately sure that they are observed, let alone realised.
For the Federal Republic of Germany this is documented in the study “The Price of Freedom”.
For this reason, the publishers AAR EDITION INTERNATIONAL want to assist in encouraging the research and development of scientifically objective methods at an international level, which will ensure human beings their natural basic rights in such a way that they recognise this to their complete satisfaction: that they dispose of more energy of life, intelligence of life and harmony of life, and that joy, happiness and inner fulfilment belong to the normal values in their everyday life.
Following the work of the classical composer, musicologist and philosopher Peter Hübner, the publishing company AAR EDITION is therefore aiming for the scientifically objective verifiability of the fulfilment of people’s natural basic rights.
It is clear that with these objectives, AAR EDITION is getting in the way of all those people, institutions and organisations, which thrive on the fact that mankind has not realised its natural basic rights, thus getting caught up in major ideological disputes; because as a result of AAR EDITION’S success, they have to fear for their income – if they do not correct their concept and direct it towards human dignity.
And that these creative disputes of fruitful changes are meanwhile in full swing, and with the involvement of AAR EDITION DEUTSCHLAND are especially expanding in Germany – after all, 26 years have gone by since the founding of AAR EDITION DEUTSCHLAND , can be easily seen on the Internet.
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