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The Exclusionary Politics of Personal Equality

Previously, classical philosophers and political thought considered all people to be essentially different, diverse, and unequal. Within The Republic, for instance, Plato unambiguously states that men are not equal in excellence and that one man is unequivocally better than another. 959 more words


The Chemistry of Love

Can love really make us healthier? Bruce H. Lipton gives a powerful insight. Uplift

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University of Toronto: Global Database of Atrocities on Cameroon Crisis

University of Toronto: Global Database of Atrocities on Cameroon Crisis. “The database will aggregate, verify, secure, and publish information about atrocities or crimes against humanity committed by Cameroonian military and non-state armed groups. 44 more words

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Spanish protest against Saudi war on Yemen

This 10 December 2019 video from Spain says about itself (translated):

SALE OF WEAPONS: The Saudi “ship of death” fails to avoid protests in the port of Sagunto…

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Tradition Defies the Law

The ancient Hindu practice of Chhaupadi is an apt example of a religious belief having an edge over the law. This deeply rooted belief states that menstrual blood is impure. 779 more words

British film-maker Ken Loach voting Labour

This 8 November 2019 video from Britain says about itself:

Ken Loach on Why Labour Will Win the Election

“Empathy, solidarity, supporting each other. That’s the essence of our political system, it’s the opposite of…

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It's Only Crimes Against Humanity: Myanmar's Extraordinary Defence at the ICJ and its Implications for Business.

As a foreign investor, or potential foreign investor, the Gambia v Myanmar hearings at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on genocide allegations can only be bad news. 1,372 more words