STS TURKEY members (my collegues Arsev Aydinoglu, Cansun Birdal and Harun Kaygan and me) submitted the Panel “Colliding Theories, Cultures, and Futures. STS view(s) beyond the horizon. 93 more words
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“Rituals could feed conflict by turning opinions into ‘sacred values’.”– Scott Atran, director of anthropological research at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
“Definition of myth: a usually traditional story of ostensibly historical events that serves to unfold part of the world view of a people or explain a practice, belief, or natural phenomenon.” 1,375 more words
Should euthanizing animals be allowed when it's not permissible to euthanize humans VS. Shouldn't Humans be allowed assisted euthanasia if animals are?
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“It’s an interesting question you propose… I believe that in society today, animals are unfortunately not held up as high on the ‘chain of importance’ as humans are.
A Florida man was brought to the emergency room of Jackson Memorial Hospital in an unconscious state. He had a “Do Not Resuscitate” tattoo on his body, which contained his signature. 185 more words
On euthanasie in the Netherlands and Belgium
MaterCare Conference, Rome, September 23rd, 2017
by Vincent Kemme 4,053 more words
Dr Annette Rid, Reader in Bioethics & Society at GHSM, was awarded a £9,500 grant from the Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy Research Fund to work on the project “How should humanitarian principles shape the conduct of health research during humanitarian emergencies? 223 more words