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Problemos ir idėjos

Alfonsas Vaišvila
Konstitucinis Teismas: tarp legalios ir kontrabandinės teisėkūros
Constitutional court: Between legal and contraband legislation
Almantas Samalavičius, Samir Younes
Ilgaamžiai miestai, tvarūs statiniai ir ideologiniai jų priešai
Su architektu Samiru Younesu kalbasi Almantas Samalavičius
Durable cities and structures and their ideological enemies
Architect Samir Younes replies to the questions of Almantas Samalavičius
Waren Karlenzig, Almantas Samalavičius
Mokytis kolektyviai gyventi, nevirstant komuna
Su urbanistu Warrenu Karlenzigu kalbasi Almantas Samalavičius
Learning to dwell collectively without becoming comune
Urbanist and leading US expert in sustainability and resiliensce Waren Karlenzig replies to the questions of Almantas Samalavičius

Rūpesčiai ir lūkesčiai

Virgilijus Čepaitis
Baltijos kelias ir Maidanas
Baltic way and Maidan

Nuomonės apie nuomones

Remigijus Vilkaitis
Medžioklė kultūros plotuose
The shooting party in the fields of culture

Kūryba ir kūrėjai

Tautvyda Marcinkevičiūtė
Giedrius Subačius
Lietuviškasis dėmuo pasaulio kalbų įvairovėje
Į Kultūros barų klausimus atsako Giedrius Subačius
Lithuanian element in the variety of world languages
Linguist professor Giedrius Subačius replies to the questions of the editors of the journal
Daiva Markelis
Žvilgsnis į baltas lietuvių išeivijos lankas
Į Kultūros barų klausimus atsako Daiva Markelis
A glimpse at while fields of Lithuanian exile
Ethnologist professor Daiva Markelis replies to the questions posed by the editors of Kulturos barai journal
Thomas Kurze
Skirtis tarp "tikra" ir "įmanoma"
Su vokiečių rašytoju Thomasu Kurze kalbasi Viktorija Ivanova
A distinction between "real" and "possible"
A conversation with German writer Thomas Kurze
Rita Repšienė
Teatro vertybės ir privilegijos
Values and privileges of theatre
Arūnas Spraunius
Mėnulio sonata
Sonata of the moon

Istorijos puslapiai

Vladas Sirutavičius
Lenkų autonomijos problema. 1990 m. pavasaris–vasara
The problem of Polish authonomy. Spring-summer 1990
Vygantas Vareikis
Keletas pastabų apie Didįjį karą
Several notes on the Great War

Laikai ir žmonės

Algirdas Grigaravičius
Meilė ir mirtis Lom Palankoje
Love and death in Lom Palanka
Markas Petuchauskas
Tabu nebūčiai
Taboo on non-being. Returns of Litvaks. 4

Iš praeities įvairenybių

Henrikas Puskunigis
Šachmatų automatas. Geniali XVIII a. apgaulė
The chess machine. A striking deceit of the XVIIIth century

Apie knygas

Dalia Leinartė
Savi kambariai skolon
Own rooms on loan

Visai nejuokingi skaitiniai

Krescencija Šurkutė
Protų mūšiai
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