Contemporary Western societies have been overcome by different forms of unease. Our mission is to contribute to bringing this unease that open societies are experiencing to light, in order to put it into context, enrich it, and aid in its understanding. Unease is a noble and essential characteristic of liberal democracies. These democracies are capable of coexisting with error and, in a sense, they progress because they can err without collapsing. Thus, when successive non-fatal errors are made, what follows is an opportunity to learn. The learning process is what survives in open societies and is, generally, absent in closed ones.