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CONTENTS

Transit Presentation

  • Totalitarian Experience and European Memory

Conference

  • Perspectives for Europe’s Institutes for Advanced Study

Political Salon

  • American Democracy at Home and Abroad?

Workshop

  • Responsibility and Freedom: Patocka, Hannah Arendt, Levinas, Ricoeur and Derrida

IWM Friends

IHS Boston

Tischner Debates

Tuesday Lectures

Fellows & Guests

Publications, Travels & Talks, Varia

Obituary

  • Reinhard Koselleck, 1923 – 2006 by Ute Frevert

Notes on Books

  • Timothy Snyder on Postwar by Tony Judt

Guest Contributions

  • The Return of Religion as a Serious Topic for Research and as an Issue of Public Concern by José Casanova
  • Polish Foreign Policy – Confronting Reality by Aleksander Smolar

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