Tag: liberation

To be Gay is to be a Person: Why Real Orthodoxy Liberates – a Romanian Case Study

Like many other Eastern European countries, Romania draws on its Orthodoxy to communicate its ideas about gender and sexuality, and these are typically conservative in nature. Yet Eastern Orthodoxy has also invited alternative philosophical approaches to being a human person – approaches which liberate rather than become entangled with nationalist…


Death to Fascism, Freedom to Sarajevo

It is difficult to observe the world from these hills resting on the Adriatic while staying focused and not succumbing too easily to a fateful interpretation of historical dates or to the widespread feeling of the cyclical and unchanging nature of (futile) existence. Nevertheless, this April 6th can serve as…