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Problemos ir idėjos

John B. Cobb, Almantas Samalavičius
Kam tarnauja ir kam turėtų tarnauti rinkos
Su Johnu B. Cobbu kalbasi Almantas Samalavičius
Beyond contemporary economic thinking
Renowned theologian, religious scholar and economic theorist John B. Cobb talks to Almantas Samalavičius
Arūnas Spraunius
Technogeninė visuotinio legalumo karalystė
Technogenic kingdom of total legality
Tomas Rytel
Šiuolaikinė visuomenė: autentiškumo stoka ir imitacijų aukso amžius
Contemporary society: A lack of authenticity and the golden age of imitation

Rūpesčiai ir lūkesčiai

Rita Repšienė
Tapatybės trajektorijos, (savi)kūros mechanizmai ir herojų skurdas
Trajectories of identity, mechanisms of (self)creation and the poverty of heroes

Kūryba ir kūrėjai

Dainius Sobeckis
Eilėraščiai
Poems
Kristina Stančienė
Platesnis požiūris ar dar viena subjektyvi versija? "Lietuvos dailė 2012: 18 parodų"
A serious outlook or just one more version. Lithuanian art 2012: 18 exhibitions
Kristina Budrytė-Genevičė
Prieš ir po: laiko matavimas pagal Eugenijų Varkulevičių
Before and after: Time parameters. About an exhibition of Eugenijus Varkulevičius-Varkalis
Kęstutis Šapoka
Stilius be stiliaus. Dariaus Basčio tapybos paroda
Style without style. Darius Bastys presented in Lietuvos aidas gallery
Remigijus Venckus
Kūrybos ir komunikacijos erdvė. Tarptautinis tapybos pleneras Kaune
The space of creativity and communication. International painting plennair in Kaunas
Redas Diržys, Kęstutis Šapoka
BB7: aktyvistinio meno spektaklis "Atsikratykite konformizmo baimės"
BB7: The performance of activist art: "Get rid of the fear of conformism"
Gabrielė Žaidytė
Apie laiką, skaičiuojamą kitaip. Iš atsiminimų apie Algimantą Švėgždą
About time that is counted in a different way. From the memoirs of painter Algimantas Švėgžda
Alma Braškytė
NDA'12: kitoniškumas ir keblus žodis, prasidedantis "a" raide
NDA's otherness and a strange word that starts with "a"
Vaidas Jauniškis
Miesto festivalis: tarp valdžios ambicijų, publikos simpatijų ir teatro vizijų
City festival: Between ambitions of power, symphaties of audience and theater visions
Edeno sodai ir pragaras: Gruzija
The gardens of Eden and hell: Georgia
Jurgis Mikelaitis, George Mikell
Manoji Odisėja
My Odyssey. From the memoirs of actor Jurgis Mikelaitis

Savitumo estetika

Regimantas Gudelis
Džiaugsmas ir nerimas. Lietuvos Vakarų krašto dainų šventė Klaipėdoje
Joy and discontent. The festival of songs of Western Lithuania in Klaipėda
Ignas Šlajus
Priežasties pasekmė kaip žodžio sėkmė
The consequence of the cause as a success of the word

Kelionė kaip intelektualinis nuotykis

Almantas Samalavičius
Budos šypsena Sukotajaus šventyklų griuvėsiuose
Buddha's smile in the ruins of the temples of Sukhothay

Praeities dabartis

Vygantas Vareikis
Ką mato jūreivis?
Sailor, what do you see?

Reminiscencijos

Michail Čechov
Apie meilės svarbą mūsų profesijai
About the importance of love in our profession

Istorijos puslapiai

Marius Ščavinskas
Kaip galime suvokti Kryžiaus karus?
How can we understand the Crusades?

Apie knygas

Tomas Kiauka
Autentiškos (at)minties beieškant: apie Česlovo Kavaliausko teologinį palikimą
Searching an authentic memory: About the theological legacy of Česlovas Kavaliauskas

Visai nejuokingi skaitiniai

Krescencija Šurkutė
Marsiečių godos
Dreams of Martians


 

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