Institute of Human Sciences in Vienna, University of Warsaw, and Kultura Liberalna are pleased to invite you to the XXVIIth Tischner Debate: Does capitalism need liberalism?
The year 2017 marks a decade…
Paul Mason in conversation with Łukasz Pawłowski ·
8 November 2017
“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…
Mark Blyth in conversation with Łukasz Pawłowski ·
19 September 2017
It’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.
Peter Singer in conversation with Emilia Kaczmarek ·
27 July 2017
We 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…
An article by Karolina Wigura, Liberal Culture political section chief, has been published in Osteuropa 4/2015. In ‘Die ausgebrannte Generation’ she analyses the social context of Polish presidential elections in 2015.