(b.1967) is a journalist at the Warsaw weekly Polityka.
An interview with Zygmunt Bauman
In the East, impoverished masses are lured into anti-Westernism; in the West, the State seeks to regain its legitimacy via the War on Terror. A vicious cycle of global insecurity is underway. [more]
The Holocaust after its secularization
After the Eichmann trial in 1961, the Holocaust no longer meant the European Jews' failure to defend themselves but the most recent chapter in the historical struggle against adversity. The Six Day War brought a new sense of vulnerability and cemented the Holocaust as a secular myth for the entire Israeli society. [more]