Slovak society has overcome its historical handicaps and became a fully-fledged EU member-state. Yet the style of resolving conflicts among Slovak political elites undermines conditions for future development.
is professor of history of philosophy at the Bratislava International School of Liberal Arts (BISLA). He specializes in German philosophy of the nineteenth and twentieth century. He is the author of monographs on Austromarxism, Martin Heidegger and Max Weber.
Excessively sensitive, anti-liberal, and irrelevant, or radical, prescient, and misunderstood? Six philosophers answer Kritika&Kontext’s questions on Nietzsche. Their responses make one thing clear: Nietzsche still divides opinion.