The ‘feeling’ as Islamic challenge of postmodernism the need of self design heteronomy or autonomy since the 1968 student revolution we are living in the postmodern age. The settlement with tradition and also with religion belongs since then on the agenda. But the abolition of the old orientation means not the emergence of a new still. In the last decades a vacuum formed affiliated through the loss of sentience and the increase of intellectualism in postmodernism. The ancient remainders of the we feeling”were replaced by the insulation, the loneliness and the selfishness.

This gap is currently the emerging interest in Islam. The Islamic religion wants to capture the whole of society. Economy, culture, law and policy should be determined by religion alike. The soul of the community”wants a religiously-based solidarity the emancipation of women, the individualized society and abstraction with its centre in the patriarchal family face. Such we a group, they want a pre-modern ideal world the vacuum of postmodernism”oppose (see Klaus Holz: the presence of anti-Semitism, S. 24).

Today’s Islam debate is not considered that such a regression in the medieval past has a high price, which is reflected in the heteronomous morality (Ernst Tugendhat) and in the forced task of self-determination. However, self-determination is the basis of Western democracy. In this sense Islam may include specifications for Germany”. The Islam debate has however”their healing influence, by challenging the postmodern moral issues or provokes their amorality. In the context of self design (Dragos PAL) the individual must give up not the autonomous morality. Self design requires an other group affiliation, as the Islamic community expects this from their members. Pavel Vitalis has published: “Peter Sloterdijks religious adjustments from the point of view of the” “Primitive Christianity”, Norderstedt, 2008, see: to the crisis of the Christian churches see also PAL Dragos: by the early Christianity to the crisis of the subject “, Norderstedt, 2008 free sample see: