XXVIth Tischner Debate: Religious Tolerance?Media MentionsInstitute of Human Sciences in Vienna, University of Warsaw, and Kultura Liberalna are pleased to invite you to the XXVIth Tischner Debate devoted to the problem of contemporary religious tolerance. Should we tolerate other religions? What is the place of religion in contemporary Europe and European Union? Can Christianity, Islam, and liberal culture peacefully co-exist? These will be te… MORE
Capitalism is finishedPolitics“The way capitalism is going is towards creating more and more low-wage, low-skill jobs. We face a choice – not only political but also a moral choice. Do you want to increase the amount of work for low-wage workers, or the decrease the amount of work altogether? I prefer the second option”, argues British journalist and author, Paul Mason. Łukasz Pawłowski: When is capitalism… MORE
Poland will be finePoliticsIt’s entirely possible that things are going in a positive direction. Ironically because of brexit. The Brits would always veto further European integration and with Britain gone the EU might have just moved to a place where this type of political consolidation became possible. MORE
On polyamory, the migration crisis and right-wing populismNajnowszeWe meet Peter Singer in a Warsaw bookstore. The biography of Singer’s grandfather, “Pushing Time Away: My Grandfather and the Tragedy of Jewish Vienna”, has just been translated into Polish. Although the story’s main focus is on the changing fortunes of Singer’s family, it is often only a springboard to broader questions about ethical challenges we face now. *** Emilia Kaczmarek: In… MORE
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