Archeologists from Poland have discovered the largest known royal palace of the ancient kingdom of Kush in North Sudan. Aside from their intuitions, the researchers were helped by a device called a fluxgate magnetometer
The Ancient Greeks described many different impulsive behaviors, including mania – a religious frenzy – and lyssa – the mad fury of war. The division is analogous to that made by contemporary neurobiology, which classifies aggressive actions as cool or emotional, each driven by distinct, mutually exclusive neurological mechanisms
What is migration: an acute social problem, an anomaly that upsets the world’s natural order and should be eliminated? Or maybe a natural and welcome phenomenon that has been present throughout the history of mankind? What significance does it have for such countries as Poland?
Alongside numerous archaeological discoveries, the 18th century brought an upsurge of interest in the age of Antiquity across Europe. Young Polish nobles embarked on Grand Tours "to gather knowledge and experience", the more adventurous ones blazing previously unfamiliar trails
The ways the Romani have been depicted in European literature are projections of various fears, phobias, and prejudices against strangers, while at the same time expressing yearnings for the idealistic side of life – freedom, happiness, and disregard for borders
Although its public message is deeply rooted in Christian values, the Polish broadcaster Radio Maryja tends to be accused of propagating hate speech. What vision of the world does the station propagate? What kind of discourse does it offer?
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