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Dilema veche 566-571 (2014-2015)
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566-571 (2014-2015)

 


Abstracts

Dilema veche no 566, 18 December 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Note, stări, zile
The way things were, the way things are
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Suveranul
Sovereign
Ovidiu Nahoi
Izmail: atīt de aproape, atīt de departe
Izmail: so close, so far
Cristian Ghinea
Cum poate reforma Iohannis sistemul politic. Dacă poate
How Johannis can reform the political system. If he can
Marius Chivu
Big in Bulgaria – No passport required
Interview with film director Răzvan Georgescu
Vīnzarea etnicilor germani – o epopee a exodului
The sale of ethnic Germans - an epic exodus

Topic of the week: Donations and donors

Georgiana Ilie
De la donator la fundraiser voluntar
From donor to volunteer fundraiser

Dilema veche no 567, 24 December 2014

Andrei Plesu
Ţoapa de tip nou
Yokel new type
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Porcul călător
Traveller Pig
Ovidiu Nahoi
Odesa – avanpostul Occidentului īn Răsărit
Odessa - outpost of the West in the East
Interview with Dorin Bodea
"Trăim frumos, ne bucurăm, dar atīt"
We live nice, we enjoy, but that's all
Corina Negrea
Săptămīna Nobel – cīteva impresii la cald
Nobel Week - some immediate impressions
Anca Şerbănuţă
Pe spinarea pămīntului cu chitara şi Kalaşnicov-ul
On the saddle of the ground with a guitar and a Kalashnikov

Topic of the week: Literature and power

Interview with writer Immanuel Mifsud
"Aveam cartea īn minte cu multă vreme īnainte să mă apuc să scriu"
"I had the book in my mind long before I started to write"

Dilema veche no 568, 31 December 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Ingineri, arhitecţi, dileme
Engineers, architects, dilemmas
Sever Voinescu
Deruta conştiinţei īn faţa complexităţii răului
Confusion of consciousness and the complexity of evil
Interview with Gabriel Badea-Păun art historian
"Regina Maria, libertate prin graţia scrisului"
"Queen Mary has won freedom by the grace of her writing"
Andrei Manolescu
Ce i-au făcut comuniştii dirijorului Constantin Silvestri
What did the Communists do to the conductor Constantin Silvestri
Interview with director Pierre Étaix
"Singura soluţie e rīsul"
"The only solution is laughter"
Cristina Foarfă
Cuba sau despre egoismul de călător
Cuba or on the travellers' egoism

Topic of the week: About engineers

Cristian Tudor Popescu
Īntre matefizică şi metafizică
Between mathematics, physics and metaphysics

Dilema veche no 569, 8 January 2015

Andrei Pleşu
Mesajul se Crăciun al Papei Francisc
Christmas Message of Pope Francis
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Vise de Anul Nou
New Year's dreams
Cristian Ghinea
"Prietenul la nevoie se cunoaşte" – un mesaj pentru ucrainieni
"A friend in need is a friend indeed" - a message for Ukrainians
Dorel Dumitru Chiriţescu
Lebăda neagră
Black Swan
George Banu
Grotowski şi apostolii
Grotowski and apostles
Adina Popescu
Trei zile la Sofia – la Tīrgul Internaţional de Carte
Three days in Sofia - the International Book Fair

Topic of the week: The best of 2014 (Dilema veche interviews)

Interview with writer Mircea Cărtărescu
"Literatura nu e o meserie, e o cale"
"Literature is not a job, it's a way"

Dilema veche no 570, 15 January 2015

Sever Voinescu
Ambiguitatea gīndirii europene şi limpezimea glonţului
The ambiguity of European thought and the clarity of bullets
Gabriel Giurgiu
Puternic impact emoţional
Strong emotional impact
Nicolas Trifon
Romāna şi aromāna īn recentul manual al limbilor romanice
Romanian and Aromanian in recent manual of Romance languages
Andrei Manolescu
Schengen – un pod prea īndepărtat
Schengen - A bridge too far
Cristian Ghinea
Un discurs pe care nu īl veţi auzi niciodată
A speech that you will not ever hear
Carmen Gavrilă
Charlie – punctul de control al Europei
Charlie - Europe checkpoint

Topic of the week: Strategic thinking

Sorin Costreie
Despre gīndire
About thought

Dilema veche no 571, 22 January 2015

Sever Voinescu
Cuvintele care tac
Words that fail
Interview with singer Alexandru Andrieş
Muzici vechi şi Interioare noi
Old music and new interior
Andrei Manolescu
Cum pot fi combătuţi teroriştii
How to combat terrorists
Cristian Ghinea
Flux şi reflux īn legislaţia teroristă
Ebb and flow in antiterrorist legislation
Alex Săvulescu
Greenacord 2014 – colonia regală Leucio, un socialism avant la letter
Greenacord 2014 - Leucio royal colony, socialism avant la lettre
Lina Vdovīi
Generaţia curajoasă a Romāniei – copii "lăsaţi īn urmă" care merg īnainte
Romania courageous generation - children "left behind" going forward

Topic of the week: Alternative DIY

Interview with Dan Perjovschi
"Artistul poate face mult de unul singur"
"The artist can do much by itself"


 

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Digital solidarity

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A finger pointing at the moon

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