I enjoyed fascinating discussions yesterday in many regards. I enjoyed them in L’viv style too — sitting in a coffee shop, then in another, then in another.
Here’s one detail:
In Galicia, originally Ukrainian villages are visibly different from originally Polish ones. The Ukrainian ones arose earlier. Many were build during a time of Tartar and Turkish raiders. Consequently, they are often hidden in valleys and ravines. They are also rounder with many little streets — for security, community, or both. Polish villages mostly came into existence during the time of a strong Polish state. They were built along single roads or intersections in places with good land for farming.
For my An-Cap friends, these reflect eras of mobile bandits versus stationary ones (whose longer time preference causes them to be more slightly more humane).