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Liberal Arts

In our time, his good name has been restored and is not in doubt, and his memory has been immortalized in many different ways. But the losses incurred by humanity due to the humiliation and death of such an outstanding mind, no one will compensate – it is impossible. It remains only to remember and not allow it in the future.

Boris Burda - 28.11.2021
Liberal Arts

Let’s hope that we will still hear about the new successes of the grandson of the inhabitants of Belaya Tserkov – of course, far from us, but who is to blame? Things are only treasured when they’ve disappeared. We must at least remember about such people and live so that they do not leave us.

Boris Burda - 21.11.2021
Liberal Arts

In 1964, giving an interview to the French magazine The XXth century, he said, “Who knows if I would have thought so if the Ukrainian sun had not ignited in me a feeling of longing for something that I myself do not understand?”

Boris Burda - 14.11.2021
Liberal Arts

Her hobbies were not crippled by any moral considerations, or feigned chastity, or everyday taboos… She was free long before the “general female liberation”.

Boris Burda - 07.11.2021
Liberal Arts

Do not blame me for recalling such a fellow countryman – we have all sorts of them. If someone reproaches, asking a rhetorical question, “Do I really advise you to take an example from him?”, I will honestly answer, “Yes, I do! But not in everything!”

Boris Burda - 31.10.2021
Liberal Arts

While there is no need to perpetuate the memory of Philip Kotler – at 90 he is quite cheerful and can do something else. But for what had already been done, he was repeatedly noted with a variety of honors. They are given to outstanding scientists for their undoubted successes. It’s nice that among the 22 universities that awarded him the title of Honorary Doctorate, there are both the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy and the Shevchenko Kyiv National University.

Boris Burda - 24.10.2021
Liberal Arts

I can’t say that he is forgotten, but to say that they remember him enough is also not true. Maybe it suggests that we are so rich in wonderful people that we can forget about figures of Samoilovich’s level? I’m afraid it indicates something else…

Boris Burda - 17.10.2021
Liberal Arts

Since 2016, he has been a foreign member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He also came to Ukraine and performed very interestingly. Is it worth losing to neighbors in attracting such a bright name? The country of origin of his grandfather and grandmother cannot turn out to be strange and unloved for him…

Boris Burda - 10.10.2021
Liberal Arts

The memory of this outstanding Ukrainian is honored enough in Ukraine, and it is wonderful! It is a pity, of course, that he did not publish his work two months earlier – maybe then he would have won the first Nobel Prize in physics. But making a great discovery is more important than fussing about priorities…

Boris Burda - 03.10.2021
Liberal Arts

The day after the death of the composer Arnold Schoenberg said, “Music was for him the air he breathed, the food that nourished him, the drink that refreshed… His works were a contribution not only to American music, but also to music of the whole world”

Boris Burda - 26.09.2021
Liberal Arts

She is remembered carefully and with respect. It is enough just to list the cities in which there is Zankovetska Street – Dnipro, Kiev, Kovel, Kolomyia, Lviv, Kropyvnytskyi, Nizhyn, Lutsk, Odessa, Uzhgorod, Chernivtsi, Chernigov, Uman

Boris Burda - 19.09.2021
Liberal Arts

It is very important for a writer not only to be heard by his contemporaries, but also to say something meaningful to his descendants. And with this, Sholem Aleichem clearly worked out – even with the success in our times of productions and films, one can understand from his books that he is quite in demand

Boris Burda - 12.09.2021

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