Eva Illouz talks about the privatization of emotion, the mistakes of the contemporary Left, and the age of immunity to truth.
Antonia Lloyd-Jones speaks with Valdemar about grisly murders, the elegance of Polish, and the lanky ghost of Józef Czapski.
Bruce Hood talks about our inclination towards the supernatural, the illusion of free will, and his collection of horror and sci-fi memorabilia.
László Nemes talks about his latest film “Sunset”, directing a slower-paced cinema, and his domestic freedom as a Hungarian filmmaker.
Marshall Govindan talks about self-realization, Salvador Dali, and visiting an Arabian horse farm in communist Poland.
Cultural historian Jarosław Dumanowski talks with Magdalena Kasprzyk-Chevriaux about maintaining nutritional knowledge and the importance of our culinary roots.
Pier Vittorio Aureli talks about architecture, asceticism, and the lubricating properties of contemporary minimalism.
Bartosz Molik, a coach of the Polish wheelchair basketball team, talks about doping at the Paralympic Games.
Magdalena Braum, a primatologist and veterinarian in the Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania, talks about how chimpanzees discovered politics long before humans.
Polyglot Ireneusz Kania talks about teaching himself 20 languages, reading original Buddhist texts, and why he dislikes English.