In this video, philosopher Peter Sloterdijk discusses various topics related to immigration, integration, and the pandemic. He argues that the current situation is difficult, but that it is important to keep in mind the historical precedent of the American experiment when discussing the issue. He also discusses the importance of science in the current pandemic and how it has fared compared to other periods in history.
In this talk, Peter Sloterdijk discusses the idea that history is a "schädelstätte," or graveyard, where "we [are] not so socialized in a world view that isn't anchored in history." He argues that socialization should take place in a world view that is anchored in history, and that we are not doing this currently. He cites the example of the Columbian Exchange, and how the discovery of America led to the "massiv eine über historisiert [an over-historiated] past," which has led to the current socialization problems.