Martin Mosebach: It would be a great civilizational progress, if editors ächteten the term “controversial”. “Controversial” – to who? There are people who believe anything they don’t like to be “controversial”; so it is hoped to heave a clique of opinion on the level of historical objectivity. It would apply only once to establish who is at all satisfaction able to participate in the dispute about an author. You would see: lots of “Controversialism” would collapse quickly. Franz Dobler: With the people from the literary criticism Department, I have a very good relationship. The runs are always extremely fair, I must say. Many from our Department, can not write, and many from your Department, and also can not read: This is justice. Germany is a fair and just country, its Literary critics and critics are a role model. The camera is already running, or should I repeat it?