Only through “saving from oblivion” many facts, events, their connections and continuity, we may preserve and develop our own self-awareness and personality. This applies both to individuals and teams. And emotional motivation – though it is important – is not the most important. It’s primarily about pragmatic motivation. Knowing and understanding the ways of our own development is necessary to be able to take further steps and to resist any threats resulting from not recognizing values that we believe in. – those were the words of Prof. Stanisław Luft, MD, PhD, addressed to the Director of the Rheumatology Institute while requesting the creation of the Historical Committee.
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“You have to study history first, if you want to continue it”
Emil Ludwig, German author