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As Professor Klaus Vieweg from the Jena Friedrich-Schiller University told DPA news agency this week, the ideas in Star Trek of universalism can be traced to Immanuel Kant and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.“Spock is for me the undisputed philosophical leader of Star Trek.The first series of Star Trek aired in the United States 50 years ago, on September 8th 1966.The show has become an international hit, even in Germany, so here's a look at the impact it's made here in the Bundesrepublik. Most trekkies in Germany live in the north and east According to a study by sci-fi network Syfy, most German trekkies live in Bremen, Berlin and Brandenburg. The same Syfy study also found that Germans have a fondness for the original captain of the Starship Enterprise, James T.The episode therefore did not air in Germany on public television until more than 40 years later in 2011, because of the Nazi subject matter, and at one point in the episode Adolf Hitler's regime was called “the most efficient society” ever. Cologne's Volkshochschule taught Star Trek cuisine Cologne's Volkshochschule (VHS) aimed at adult education, years ago decided to start giving courses on something both practical and out of this world: Star Trek cooking classes.The community college teacher, Helga Schmidt was a big trekkie and decided to figure out how to cook up meals prepared on the show, according to the Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger.The mission of the Enterprise crew is also a voyage of discovery and knowledge: it seeks to gather knowledge about other worlds and cultures.” The way the show tackles questions of freedom and free will, equality and ethical issues is also reminiscent of Kant, explained the philosophy professor, who has taught a seminar on the philosophy of Star Trek. German broadcaster Deutsche Welle had a Klingon website Broadcaster Deutsche Welle is available in 30 different languages and aims to inform the world about German news. German trekkies are giddy to celebrate the 50th anniversary Air Berlin decided to get in on the fun of commemorating the big anniversary by setting up a special flight to mimic Star Trek at the end of last month.
Bremen's locals were 55 percent more interested in the series than the German average, while Berliners were 44 percent more interested. Kirk (played by William Shatner), over Patrick Stewart's Jean-Luc Picard.
Some 54 percent of respondents said Kirk was their dream captain, while 31 percent were on team Picard.