Praising ordinary glories

In "openDemocracy", Romania's post-communist revolution begins with Rosia Montana; "Le Monde diplomatique" (Oslo) finds the dream of a two-state solution in shatters, 20 years after the Oslo Accords; "Free Speech Debate" agrees with Mark Zuckerberg: online connectivity is a basic human right; "Sens public" remains optimistic about the fate of the public sphere; in "New Humanist" incoming editor Daniel Trilling confronts Richard Dawkins; "Akadeemia" assumes that an ability to believe is inherent in the human intellect; "Letras Libres" celebrates Camus' 100th birthday; "Dialogi" invites vibrant polemics on culture, the sector of the future; and "Il Mulino" speaks to Vittorio Gregotti, one of the greatest personalities of Italian architecture.

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Transaktivisme og abort, arkitektur og lefsebaking. I den nye utgåva av Syn og Segn er det temasider om arkitektur og byggkvalitet, samtale om sorteringssamfunnet med barnelege Ola Didrik Saugstad, tekstar om einsemd, goth-miljøet og dei kvite flekkane i verdsrommet.

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