Kostas E. Tsiropoulos is an established essayist, known for his moderate approach and daring views, always underpinned by solid arguments. Addressing concepts such as boredom, passion, sensitivity, hope, freedom and heroism, he explores them not as abstract, philosophical notions but as part of everyday life. He tackles current issues that resonate both in Greece and abroad, including consumerism, television, the challenges confronting democracy, the transformation of human beings into mechanical tools, and the crisis in European values. He also raises less popular but equally significant questions, such as the betrayal of humanity, the tyranny of minorities and the populist use of language. Situating and evaluating Greece within a European context, Tsiropoulos employs lively discourse to explore the problems that face individuals and communities in an era where almost every aspect of civilization is up for redefinition. Unadorned and direct, his thoughts go straight to the heart and mind of the reader.
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