“Liberal pluralism has always been based on an optimistic tenet. That if you allow all views free to express themselves, to compete, to clash with each other, the truth will emerge and prevail. But free markets require regulation to work effectively – and pluralism requires rules. When all the flowers were left free to bloom, the parasites grew bigger and smothered them,” writes George Pagoulatos in his article in the Sunday Edition of Kathimerini.

You may find the article in English here.