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Paulina Wilk

2019-03-24
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What Are You Reading, Mr President?

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In what kind of country and mood would I wake up in with the knowledge that the president, prime minister and speaker of the Sejm – just like other distinguished personalities in this world – have been up since 5am, their minds immersed in a book? Perhaps I should say to myself: “Come on, what kind of world do you think you live in? You’ve clearly read too many books!” But isn’t this exactly the kind of bold wish we all need at this time?
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A Typescript Found Stashed Away in a Folder

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A previously unknown yet print-worthy work by the world-famous Polish science fiction author Stanisław Lem, unexpectedly unearthed from the late author’s immense archives, is truly a rare find. Here, we conjecture about how Lem’s short story “The Hunt” remained undiscovered until recently, and about the deeper meaning of the story.
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A Communist LSD Trip

A Communist LSD Trip

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The history of Czechoslovak LSD is one of the greatest phenomena of the second half of the 20th century. How come for almost a quarter of a century, in a communist state, thousands of people, including many popular artists such as Karel Gott, were able to use psychedelic drugs entirely legally? Aleksander Kaczorowski

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Be Like Anastasia

Be Like Anastasia

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Anastasia lives alone in Siberia in perfect harmony with nature, and nature serves her devotedly. She runs through the woods, eats only leaves and berries, sleeps in a shack. When it gets cold, a bear embraces her to keep her warm. She rejoices, does somersaults, sings. And at the same time, she changes the world with the power of her thoughts. We track her Polish followers. Ewa Pawlik
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Matured into Immaturity

Matured into Immaturity

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“My father was always in a hurry; he was forever irritated, absent, preoccupied with romantic affairs and coming up with new jokes.” Katarzyna Lengren remembers her father, the celebrated illustrator of “Przekrój”, Zbigniew Lengren, who would celebrate his 100th birthday this February. Katarzyna Lengren

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How to Save the Earth in the Era of the Anthropocene

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What do the Rojava Kurds, Pope Francis, and Silicon Valley visionaries all have in common?
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What Do We Need Memory For?

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Memory is a wonderful thing, but oblivion is a gift from the gods. Is that really so?
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Leaving Your Ego Behind

Leaving Your Ego Behind

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A psychedelic trip can reorient everything we think about ourselves and the world around us. It can enable us to step outside the stories that we create about ourselves and in which we are sometimes, quite literally, trapped. We interview Michael Pollan, a man who certainly knows what he is talking about. Tomasz Stawiszyński
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Time and Ice

Time and Ice

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According to Icelandic legends, the world started with a frozen cow. From its udders came the four rivers that nourished the world. An Icelandic writer writes about glaciers. Andri Snær Magnason
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On Thin Ice

On Thin Ice

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Winter is coming to some villages in Yakutia later than ever before, meaning that cows are falling through thin ice on their way to waterholes. But rising temperatures are not only an issue for Yakutia. Michał Książek

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A Flip-Flop on Spitsbergen

A Flip-Flop on Spitsbergen

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One of the world’s greatest ecosystems is dying before our eyes due to global warming. Our Arctic correspondent recounts the tragedy of the Barents Sea. Mikołaj Golachowski
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The Quest for Plates of Coloured Glass

The Quest for Plates of Coloured Glass

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Two images resurface in my memory. One is a paradise lost, the other its polar opposite… Tomasz Stawiszyński

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The Beating of the Horned Heart

The Beating of the Horned Heart

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On the centenary of Poland’s independence, we take a closer look at the odd relationship Poles have with freedom. Here, we observe the artist Stanisław Szukalski as he goes searching for traces of ancient Poles on Easter Island. Mikołaj Gliński
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Henryk Ochorowicz Steps Across the Threshold

Henryk Ochorowicz Steps Across the Threshold

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Is time stronger than love? Some say it is not. But is love stronger than time? An answer to this less-frequently-asked latter question is offered by the story of Henryk Ochorowicz and Queen Marysieńka. Tomasz Wiśniewski

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An End That Marks a Beginning

An End That Marks a Beginning

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The ouroboros, a serpent devouring its own tail, has been a symbol of cyclical renewal for thousands of years. A scholar present its history across different cultures. Paweł Janiszewski
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Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?

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It can fly, it can drag. One minute is not equal to another, at least not to the human brain. Our perception of time depends on our wellbeing, age, the sum of our life experiences, and even on whether we’re waiting for Christmas presents or a dentist appointment. Agnieszka Fiedorowicz

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Mannagrass on the Meadow

Mannagrass on the Meadow

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People eat less than they used to. Not in terms of quantity, but diversity, with merely a few plants constituting 80% of our diet. Professor Jarosław Dumanowski talks about the foods we have forgotten. Jarosław Dumanowski, Magdalena Kasprzyk-Chevriaux  
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An Archive of Taste

An Archive of Taste

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“A memory in love always carries its own petite madeleine,” wrote Julio Cortázar. What tastes take you back in time? Take a trip down memory lane to the bread of your childhood. Monika Kucia

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Genetic Marginalia

Genetic Marginalia

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The genome is like a cookbook; an old one with stains and notes in the margins. A biologist describes the fascinating discoveries of epigenetics. January Weiner

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Professor Filutek, part 43

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Professor Filutek takes a shortcut.
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Professor Filutek, part 42

Professor Filutek, part 42

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Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
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Professor Filutek, part 41

Professor Filutek, part 41

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Attention! A May Day picnic message from Professor Filutek.
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Professor Filutek, part 40

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Professor Filutek’s lepidopterological passion.
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Professor Filutek, part 38

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A new look for Professor Filutek.
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Professor Filutek, part 37

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Professor Filutek learns to drive a plough.
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Professor Filutek, part 36

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