In Andreas Hoessli went to Poland for his doctoral studies. There he made friends with Ryszard Kapuscinski, who was working as a reporter on the unrest in Iran. Shortly after that the Solidarity protests began. The film has already been shown at international film festivals and won the main award in the international competition at Dok.
The tale has been translated into over languages. The tale has been adapted to various media , and the story's title, the phrase "The Emperor has no clothes", and variations thereof have been adopted for use in numerous other works and as an idiom. Two swindlers arrive at the capital city of an emperor who spends lavishly on clothing at the expense of state matters. Posing as weavers, they offer to supply him with magnificent clothes that are invisible to those who are stupid or incompetent.
To understand how capitalism has come to engulf our world, we must understand how it developed out of classical civilization. This volume completes his journey through the history of civilizations, preparing the ground for the upcoming volume on The Sociology of Freedom. Those who rule over us control what we know, how we know, and how much we know. This "mentality" makes us complicit in the destruction of society.