Odkiaľ a kam. 20 rokov samostatnosti

Bútora Martin, Bútorová Zora, Kollár Miroslav, Mesežnikov Grigorij

Adamov Marek, Baláž Vladimír, Bindics Zsolt, Blaščák Fedor, Buzalka Juraj, Bátora Jozef, Bútora Daniel, Bútora Martin, Bútorová Zora, Duleba Alexander, Ehl Martin, Frič Pavol, Gallová Kriglerová Elena, Gyárfáš František, Gyárfášová Oľga, Gál Zsolt, Holec Roman, Hrubaničová Ingrid, Hvorecký Michal, Hvížďala Karel, Jaurová Zora, Ježík Ivan, Kocúr Miroslav, Kollár Miroslav, Kríž Martin, Kusý Miroslav, Lajčáková Jarmila, Malíček Juraj, Marec Samo, Matoušek Ondřej, Maziniová Janette, Mesežnikov Grigorij, Mesík Juraj, Múčka František, Nicholson Tom, Němeček Tomáš, Ondrušek Dušan, Oravec Laco, Orgovánová Klára, Pastirčák Daniel, Pauliniová Zora, Petocz Kálmán, Pithart Petr, Putna Martin C., Přibáň Jiří, Rizman Juraj, Snopko Ladislav, Srholec Anton, Szigeti László, Szomolányi Soňa, Tabery Paulína, Velšic Marián, Vozár Jozef, Vrzgulová Monika, Wienk Zuzana, Zemko Milan, Znášik Adam, Červenka Jan, Červeň Jozef, Šimečka Martin M., Žitňanský Eduard

Inštitút pre verejné otázky a Kalligram, Bratislava, 2013

Slovak and Czech


Sixty-one authors of the book deal with developments encountered by Slovak and Czech societies after division of Czechoslovakia. Among them are the representatives of different generations and professions in both countries – historians, political scientists, lawyers, sociologists, economists, psychologists, anthropologists, pedagogues, theologians, writers, journalists, civic activists and bloggers. The book offers a polyphonic and multi-genre testimony of people with different life experiences.

Did independence bring us more democracy and decency in politics? Did it bring more responsibility and civic maturity, stronger rule of law and better economic conditions? Or it is different? Why are we moving just in this direction and where it will lead us? Seeking the answers to these and many other questions, authors share with readers their observations and critical reflections, with hopes and visions for better society.

The book is a loose continuation of previous joint publications of IVO and Kalligram, released in 2010 – Kde sme? Mentálne mapy Slovenska (Where are We? Mental Maps of Slovakia).

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Product details
 Number of pages   648
 Format   hardcover
 ISBN   978-80-89345-42-7

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