Temperament is evident right after birth. How intensely a baby laughs, yells, and cries, its feeding and sleeping pattern are all indicators of temperament, says Prof. Jan Strelau

The discipline of genocide studies is highly complex, touching on almost all aspects of social life. As such, it faces numerous barriers and demands an interdisciplinary approach

The debate about gender issues that is currently sweeping across Poland has served to illustrate how confusing the term “gender” is in our country, as well as revealing the vast resistance among Polish society to initiatives aiming to eliminate discrimination and improve equality between men and women

We discuss inequalities, social justice and the “two Polands” with Dr. Ryszard Sharfenberg. He studies problems of social exclusion, poverty, and social assistance, and he has written publications on social policy and the welfare state

There are two forms of liberalism in Poland: a social liberalism whose main enemy is traditionalism, and a market fundamentalism, used for very conservative ends – says Prof. Andrzej Walicki

The pursuit of the core values that are key to different social cases can hinder dialogue and even lead to conflict – Dr. Przemysław Sadura warns

What we say often conveys far more than just literal meaning of the words said. One of the riddles of communication, therefore, is how we actually work out what a speaker meant

What is it that makes us speak the kind of language that we do? Why do some people have trouble learning to use it? Where does language come from?

Stanisław August achieved notoriety as the monarch responsible for Poland’s demise in the 18th century. Could his memoirs change this unfavorable picture?

On 30 September 2013, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education announced the results of the latest evaluation of Poland’s scientific institutions. A new categorization method, aiming to build on past experiences, has been used

Devotees of every craft have their own particular type of passion. Ardent scholars of history and literature share a deep-burning desire to uncover the true meaning of various phenomena and concepts

I’m afraid this is the case for folk Passiontide songs, although I have a lot of trust in the younger generations – I believe they must surely notice the beauty and power of folk culture and belief – says Jacek Jackowski

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