The 58-year-old finds dealing with one another in society as unsettling. She upholds freedom of expression. But does everyone really have to express their opinion on everything?
Mannheim – The star violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter (58) laments a “brutalization of tone and interaction with one another”. You find this extremely worrying, she told the “Mannheimer Morgen” (Friday edition).
“The inability to enter into a dialogue, that SMS screaming is terrible. Freedom of expression does not mean that I have to express myself on everything. “With a view to the coalition negotiations between the SPD, Greens and FDP, the violinist said:” I praise our parliamentary system and the possibility that, as we have just done, three parties can agree on one Find open dialogue. “
Mother drew a comparison to music: “We have to manage to bring the many different life plans together in a dialogue, to approach one another, to listen to one another. That’s why music is so important. One listens. As I play and listen, my mind about what is happening in the music changes because the information changes. And that’s how it should be in a society. “
It is also important to her that the use of the digital world is taught in schools. “So that the children learn the difference to the reality that there is an independent press and that they cannot trust any pseudo-news that is quickly posted on,” added mother. “Speed is the enemy of information absorption.” Dpa