The Nexus Institute publishes the cultural and philosophical Dutch-language journal Nexus, which appears three times a year and in which famous and original thinkers and writers reflect on important contemporary issues. It also issues the Nexus Library, a book series in which authors such as George Steiner, Sonia Gandhi and Jonathan Sacks expound their view of our times. A number of these are available in English. With its publications, the Nexus Institute wants to join in with the humanistic tradition and make the questions our time poses to us insightful.
Lessons from a world chess champion
A relentless analysis of the flaws of our times and an exploration of the possibilities of an alternative attitude to life (bilingual edition)
This is the Dutch edition of Alexandria's Remembrance of Things Past.
Ismail Serageldin brings the spirit of ancient Alexandria to life (in English).
Conductor and pianist Daniel Barenboim formulates the great values music has to offer.
In every art, tragedy has an end. Is the same true in life?
In an inspiring lecture, Sonia Gandhi speaks about her commitment to the future of India.
George Steiner on his ideal of civilization: the idea of Europe.