CZECH REPUBLIC / Leonid Gozman & Maksim Kournikov, Prague

from 750 CZK
March, 10th
Maksim Kournikov and Leonid Gozman.

"Free People in an Unfree Country.
Psychology and History of Freedom in Russia."

The artistic and philosophical conceptualization of freedom has occupied a central role in the Russian literary tradition for several centuries.
Hundreds years of slavery and decades of totalitarianism have left a deep mark on the cultural code of a society doomed to survive in defiance of the regime.

Maksim Kournikov (ex-deputy editor-in-chief of Ekho Moskvy, head of ECHO) & Leonid Gozman (public and political figure, PhD in Psychology).

They will discuss the psychology and history of freedom in Russia — the struggle for freedom in an unfree country.

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March 10th, Prague, Kulturní dům Ládví
Burešova, 2, Kobylisy, 182 00 Praha 8
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Free people in an unfree country Leonid Gozman & Maksim Kournikov psychology and history of freedom in Russia on March 10th in Prague, Kd Ládví

* Children under 3 years old are admitted free of charge.

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