Chronicles of the Biennial of Thought 2022

  • Just city
    The legacy of utopian practices

    Last chronicle of the Biennial, Sunday 16 October. Utopias and dystopias, classics, poetry and squares packed to the rafters to bid farewell to six days full of thought.

  • Fuster, Ferrater, Bonet
    Of human measures

    Poetry is the opener of thought and, in the chronicle of the fifth day of the Biennial, on 15 October, it leads us to reflect on digital rights, among many other subjects.

  • How can we educate talent and values in the digital era?
    Diversity as an antidote

    Against hate, microphones and ears. The chronicle of the third day of the Biennial of Thought. The day has greased the mechanisms to strengthen democracy with more eyes and more listening.

  • City and food
    Instructions to break imaginaries

    Chronicle of the second day on Wednesday 12 October, with a CanĂ²drom ready to rethink the schemes of climate change and the influence of food on the health of the big cities.

  • Shared futures
    Voices to fight uncertainty

    The chronicle of the opening day of the Biennial of Thought, Tuesday 11 October, with the reflections shared in a packed Plaza Joan Coromines.