John Waters, editorialist of the "Irish Times," tells about himself, beginning with his experience at the Rimini Expo Center, the world of the mass media, the search for ultimate meaning, the life of the Church in Ireland, and the problem of education.
Encounters - 2006
Laurent Lafforgue is one of the greatest mathematicians in the world, but his writings on the topic of education and school have set him against the French cultural establishment.
The theme of vocation is at the center of the British writer’s autobiography. In New York he encountered the experience of the Movement. This past summer, during a visit to Italy, he told us about himself.
The story of a State Department official, and how sharing his professional problems with his friends has given him a different outlook on work.