IN PHILOSOPHY, THE QUESTIONS ARE MORE IMPORTANT
How should an intruder among philosophers behave? Discretely, moderately. The author did not succeed in doing this. The article dedicated to Professor Barbara Skarga is long and boisterous. It contains: (a) a letter to Professor that includes ten questions, as 'in philosophy, questions are more important', (b) the 'confession' he made before the confessional in UMCS in Lublin on a similar occasion as this one, namely after he had received a beautiful 'liber amicorum' on his 85th birthday and 60th anniversary of work in journalism. The confession is the author way through life: it is the Jewish fate and family (from the hope of liberation till the exodus in 1968); it is the Polish culture, meetings with Giedroyc's 'Kultura' and Nowak's 'Free Europe'; it is 'Le Soir' and 'Gazeta Wyborcza', which is to say journalism, his place in the eye of the information storm, service to a cause of free thought and free voice. In Poland and everywhere.
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