Monthly Archives: February 2016

Why I love Romania

  I recently saw a campaign organized by Yvette Larson from Bucharest Lounge: why I love Romania. Of course, it provoked me to ask myself the same question. I realized that I cannot say why I love Romania. I just … Continue reading

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A lonely superhuman with simple arithmetic

In Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment, one of the characters wonders whether “thousands of good deeds will wipe out one little, insignificant transgression.”  The “insignificant” transgression is murder. “For one life taken, thousands saved from corruption and decay! One death, and … Continue reading

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On Equality

Photo by Andrei (who is not equal to any other, as each one of us) I do not think humans are equal, and I think it is a good thing that they are not equal. Of course, I am not … Continue reading

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It sounds like reason, except that it is a choice

    Photo taken by Andrei   Socrates waits peacefully in prison for his death. Crito comes and offers him a choice: choose life, your friends, your sons. And it sounds like reason, except that it is a choice. Antigone’s … Continue reading

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