In 1879 in The Brothers Karamazov Dostoevskij described the correlation between intellectual dishonesty, inability to distinguish the truth, lack of self-respect and love, and the pleasure to take offense. From […]
C’est toute une culture technique qui doit se développer pour faire comprendre l’importance, le coût et l’intérêt de la “mesure” de l’Europe. Il s’agit en effet de rendre équivalents, de […]
“[T]he danger would no longer be coming from an excessive confidence in ideological arguments posturing as matters of fact—as we have learned to combat so efficiently in the past—but from […]
The independent experts’ evaluation report on the EU’s 7th Framework Programme for Research and Innovation has just been made publicly available of the European website (http://ec.europa.eu/research/index.cfm?pg=newsalert&year=2015&na=na-191115). In the report a […]
I report here some excerpts from a brilliant post appeared on Stefan Popenici’s blog. It questions the role of academies and the European tradition of public intellectuals in the face […]
“Therein resides uncertainty. The innovation which succeeds is the one which comes to master it by choosing good speakers”
We’re walking into the sunset on the water, very slowly. Knowing that time does not exist and only eternity exists, the eternity of images ranging in infinite spaces.