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Dilema veche 552-561 (2014)
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552-561 (2014)

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Abstracts

Dilema veche no 553, 11 September 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Dreptul de intervenţie
The right of intervention
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Conversaţia din Thassos
The Thassos conversation
Ovidiu Nahoi
Atenţie la Franţa!
Attention to France!
Dorel Dumitru Chiriţescu
Pentru votul obligatoriu
For compulsory voting
Daniela Ţane
Ritmuri solare şi sărăcie desăvīrşit㠖 călătorie īn Ciad
Sun and poverty – travel to Chad

Topic of the week: A new narrative for Europe

Adrian Cioroianu
De ce Europa va conta pe mai departe
Why Europe will remain important
Interview with Hugo de Greff, cultural manager
"Cultura costă, dar practicarea culturii aduce bani"
"Culture costs, but practicing culture brings money"

Dilema veche no 553, 18 September 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Electorale...
Elections…
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Incompetenţa īnvăţată
Learned incompetence
Ovidiu Nahoi
Comisarul european – la ce foloseşte Romāniei
European commissioner – how can he be of use for Romania
Interview with Éric Naulleau, journalist and literary critic
"Dezbaterea literară poate fi la fel de vie ca una politică"
"Literary debate can be as vivid as a political debate"
Adina Popescu
La ce sīnt bune jocurile online?
What are online games for?
Radu Umbreş
Moarte şi renaştere
Death and rebirth

Topic of the week: In principle, about principles

Emanuel-Mihail Socaciu
Principii la locul lor
Where to apply principles

Dilema veche no 554, 25 September, 2014

Andrei Pleşu
O temă inactuală: fericirea
Happiness, an obsolete topic
Sever Voinescu
Ceauşescu, un principial de frică
Ceauşescu, a man with fear principles
Gabriel Giurgiu
Comisie nouă, obiceiuri vechi
New European Commission, old habits
Interview with historian Neagu Djuvara
"Biblioteca Romānă de la Freiburg este o comoară"
"The Romanian Library in Freiburg is a treasure"
Cristian Ghinea
Perspective pentru după alegeri: Ponta, Iohannis, Macovei
Post-election prospects: Ponta, Iohannis, Macovei

Topic of the week: The president

Radu Magdin
Prezidenţialele: un exerciţiu de imaginaţie politică occidentală
Presidential elections: an exercise of western political imagination

Dilema veche no 555, 2 October, 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Alegeri 2009 (şi 2014...)
Elections 2009 (and 2014…)
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Carmen, Ţiganul şi Occidentalul
Carmen, the gypsy and the westerner
Interview with Theodor Paleologu, founder of a school of "Humanities and diplomacy"
Educaţia de plăcere şi prieteniile intelectuale
For education's sake and intellectual friendships
George Banu
Necunoaşterea aproapelui
Not knowing the neighbour
Iulian Comănescu
Sloganuri politice romāneşti şi de aiurea
Political slogans in Romania and elsewhere

Topic of the week: Energy for community

Adrian Stănică
Energii neconvenţionale
Unconventional energy

Dilema veche no 556, 9 October, 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Note, stări, zile
The way things were, the way things are
Ovidiu Nahoi
Un filtru european pentru candidaţi
A European filter for candidates
Valeriu Nicolae
Despre cīrduri, smīntīnă, SUA şi doamna Europa
About flocks, cream, USA and Mrs. Europe
Matei Martin
FILIT. Momente şi schiţe
FILIT (Iaşi International Festival of Literature and Translation). Moments and sketches
Liliana Nicolae
Lecţia de istorie altfel – partizanii şi comunismul
A different history lesson – partisan fighters and the communism

Topic of the week: About aging

Interview with writer Livius Ciocīrlie
Cele patru bătrīneţi
Four kinds of old age

Dilema veche no 557, 16 October, 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Cu cine votez
What candidate I vote
Interview with actor Ion Caramitru
"Domeniul artei este unul al competiţiei"
"Art is a competition"
Cristian Ghinea şi Cătălin Drulă
Despre sabotarea programului de autostrăzi
How to sabotage the highway building program
Interview with writer David Lodge
"Scriind, mi-am amintit lucruri pe care le credeam uitate"
"Writing, I remembered things that I thought I had forgotten"
Aron Biro
O viziune greşită asupra preşedintelui
A wrong view on the president

Topic of the week: At the beginning of the school year

Elena Stancu
Frică
Fear

Dilema veche no 558, 23 October 2014

Vintilă Mihailescu
Erotismul simbolic al romānilor
The symbolic erotism of Romanians
Andrei Plesu
Stupori alimentare
Alimentary stupors
Gabriel Giurgiu
Mandat fără happy-end
Mandate without happy-end
Sever Voinescu
Sfīrşitul din īnceput
End without beginning
Ovidiu Nahoi
Cīnd "libertatea" ne ameninţă libertăţile
When "freedom" menaces freedoms
Liviu Papadima
Educaţia şi Graţia reloaded
Education and Grace reloaded
Andrei Manolescu
Taximetristul nostru
Our taxi driver
Corina Gologot
"Nebunia este o operă" – interviu cu scriitorul şi psihanalistul Ion Vianu
"Madness is an opera" - interview with writer and psychoanalyst Ion Vianu

Topic of the week: Food

Nelu Bansoiu
Radu Anton Roman şi bucătăria de altitudine mare
Radu Anton and haute cuisine

Dilema veche no 559, 30 October 2014

Cristian Ghinea
Alegeri īn Ucraina, Moldova şi Romānia – barometrul Macovei
Elections in Ukraine, Moldova and Romania - Macovei's barometer
Andrei Plesu
Obiectivitate şi relativism
Objectivity and relativism
Radu Naum
Simona Halep
Andrei Pippidi
Cum au fost Bucureştii odinioară
Once upon a time in Bucharest
Andrei Manolescu
Pīinea īn comunism
Bread during communism
Manfred Clynes
"Muzica dezvoltă minţile oamenilor" – interviu cu Manfred Clynes
"Music forms people's brains" - interview with Manfred Clynes
Maria Iordanescu
Un preşedinte pentru educaţia noastră

Topic of the week: Wearing blue jeans

Mircea Cărtărescu, Florin Iaru
Chestionar pentru poeţii īn blugi
Questionnary for poets in blue jeans

Dilema veche no 560, 6 November 2014

Cristian Ghinea
Poate recupera Iohannis?
Is Iohannis able to recoup
Vintilă Mihailescu
Alegerea mea
My choice
Gabriel Giurgiu
Un deceniu prezidenţial
A presidential decade
Sever Voinescu
Iluzii electorale
Electoral ilusions
Ovidiu Nahoi
Ucraina a ales – cum va răspunde Europa?
Ukraine voted - how will Europe answer?
Liviu Papadima
Eu, cīnd nu vreau să cīnt, tac
When I don't want to sing, I keep quiet

Topic of the week: Campaign & Co

Antonio Momoc
Campaniile negative şi loviturile electorale sub centură
Negative campaigns and electoral coups below the belt
Florin Oncescu
Preşedintele diasporei
The president of the diaspora

Dilema veche no 561, 13 November 2014

Cristian Ghinea
Doi ani de (non)guvernare Victor Ponta
Two years of Victor Ponta's non-governance
Vintilă Mihailescu
Breaking news: People matter!
Andrei Plesu
Elite şi popor. Cīteva confuzii
Elites and people. A few confusions
Ovidiu Nahoi
De ce nu cred īntr-un "Viktor" romān
Why I don't believe in a Romanian "Viktor"
Andrei Manolescu
"Serviciul" de a vota
The voting "service"
Matei Martin
25 de ani după Zid
25 years after the Wall
Berenice Bejo
"The Artist a īnsemnat consacrarea mea ca actriţă" – interviu cu actriţa Bérénice Bejo
"The Artist signed my determination as artist" - interview with Bérénice Bejo

Topic of the week: The vices of the service deliveries

Dorel Dumitru Chiriţescu
Consumator şi construcţie socială
Consumer and social construction


 

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