No. 5(6) includes:
In the “Articles” section Tomasz Żyro discusses those ideas that the Polish Commonwealth “needed” to define its identity, while Tomasz Grzegorz Grosse explores the perspectives of Polish political thinkers regarding cooperation in East-Central Europe. The “Debates” section offers the transcript of a panel composed of Andrzej Nowak, Waldemar Paruch, Paweł Kowal and Krystyna Trembicka on the status of Eastern policy in current Polish political thought. In the “Primary sources” section the reader will find the text of an extraordinary document from 1980: The 21 Demands of the Interfactory Strike Committee in Gdańsk, supplemented with a contemporary commentary. In “Reviews” the readers will find Bogdan Szlachta’s critique of the book Counter-Revolution: Liberal Europe in Retreat by a Polish profesor at Oxford University, Jan Zielonka, exploring the key tensions emerging in the current political debate between the liberals and the “populists”. The “Varia” section contains two papers, the first of which is a polemic by Maciej Zakrzewski against a discourse on Polish culture and history, while the second, written by Jacek Kloczkowski, presents a publication series, released by the Centre of Political Thought [Ośrodek Myśli Politycznej] in Kraków.