Dark Clouds, Nanosilver Linings

Max, a TV reporter: Max here. TV Station Manager: Hey, Max. I have a field assignment for you–six interviews on…

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Gayatri Spivak on An Aesthetic Education in the Era of Globalization

I don’t believe literature as such can open doors. I believe that literary reading is something that needs to be…

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The five major world religions – John Bellaimey

Translator: Andrea McDonough Reviewer: Jessica Ruby In all times and places in our history, human beings have wondered, “Where did…

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The Seven Deadly Sins

Christianity has, traditionally, spoken a lot about sinners. In the fourth century, the Church identified ‘seven deadly sins’: failings of…

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Education Q&A with Amnesty International’s Salil Shetty

From an Amnesty International perspective I would say the biggest dream that we would have for education is to actually…

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PHILOSOPHY – Aristotle

Aristotle was born around 384 BC in the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia where his father was the royal doctor.…

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