Cities of Words


By Lapo Lappin It is a common cliché, first quipped by Alfred North Whitehead, that Western philosophy is a series of ”footnotes to Plato”. This is, of course, entirely true. But it is perhaps not as precise as could be desired. Not only is Western philosophy footnotes to Plato –…

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Can the EU be a Utopia for Georgia?


By Tornike Kakalashvili Georgia, a small country in South Caucasus frequently referred to as an Eastern European state by some western media outlets, has a long-standing Euro-Atlantic ambition – the former soviet republic aspires to become an EU and NATO member state. The very latest public opinion poll, released in…

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