καταστροφή : Crisis. From the greek krino, to separate. That is to separate in the broader sense, as every instance of analysis and understanding requires a crucial moment for change to occur. Crisis implies a break that needs to be analysed so as to avoid a defeat. What I saw in Greece has nothing to do with the word crisis. Maybe with the word stasis.
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