is founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Polish political magazine Krytyka Polityczna. He is also a member of the Political Critique group, the most significant left-wing intellectual organisation in Poland.
A conversation with Seyla Benhabib
The current crisis is generating the myth of borders as controlled, says Seyla Benhabib. But this is only a myth. It is a fact that states are escaping their obligations under international and European law; while migrants themselves may help keep the social peace between classes. [more]
The challenge for a liberal democracy is to remain as such, argues Charles Taylor in conversation with Slawomir Sierakowski. Western democracies suffer from two key flaws: a misperception of really existing problems and a lack of vital tension between the demos and the government. [more]