Currently known as the Coca-Cola London Eye (it’s had several name and sponsorship changes over its life), this unmissable structure started operations in the year 2000. 283 more words
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“Negroland is my name for a small region of Negro America where residents were sheltered by a certain amount of privilege and plenty. Children in Negroland were warned that few Negroes enjoyed privilege or plenty and that most whites would be glad to see them returned to indigence, deference and subservience.
Edgeworth, Levinas, and Conrad: A Philosophy of (Un)ethical Engagement or Lessons in Colonial Conversation
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I’m going to make a bit of a stab at philosophy by way of literary criticism. Philosophers and philosophically minded folk, feel free to correct my missteps in the comments. 1,376 more words
The second tallest building in the UK (and once, very briefly, the tallest building in Europe), Canary Wharf’s One Canada Tower is a symbol of London’s revamped Docklands. 148 more words