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  • Political Thinking Critical Thinking
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    Political Thinking Critical Thinking

    5 years ago

    “ DEMOCRACY IS THE BEST REVENGE!! ” Benazir Bhutto repeatedly used these slogan words of her’s that

  • BOYS MUST READ :)
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    BOYS MUST READ :)

    5 years ago

    Chemistry of Boys:)Chemistry deals with different types of boys that share different characteristics in nature and their occurrence also varies depending upon their natural features. Some classes of boys are as follows with their particular...

  • Are you angry?
    1

    Are you angry?

    5 years ago

    ANGER is the most commonly found emotion these days the level and intensity of which fluctuates greatly among individuals!!!!!!! 1. ANGER IN YOUNGSTERS (Age 18 - 25) : It is most easily and rapidly induced in people of this age and can have long...

  • Life would be a lot more easier if people make a habit of talking to each other instead of talking about each other
    1

    Life would be a lot more easier if people make a habit of talking to each other instead of talking about each other

    5 years ago

    A very usual experience for all of us...you turn your back and people start talking about you, criticizing you and backbiting. Even your bestest friend won't miss this chance and take it as their responsibility. Through my experience, I have learned...

  • Whether or not we are anyway
    0

    Whether or not we are anyway

    5 years ago

    "But there write in your diary, in your notebook, in your memory, whatever: Write that I'll always take care of you. Writes that I'll protect you, love you and care for you, when you least expect an attitude mine. Writes I will not let you fall, and...

  • Nothing's Gonna Change My World
    0

    Nothing's Gonna Change My World

    5 years ago

    I should be writing about graduating from a magical place. About the upcoming distance from the only two life-long bonds I've known, or the only third genuine one anyone can ever know. About finally striking off a million options. About the hope of...

  • The Kaleidoscopic Eye of a Writer
    0

    The Kaleidoscopic Eye of a Writer

    6 years ago

    Life as a writer can be tiresome, draining and demanding. Sometimes life borrows our souls for weeks on end, sometimes our hearts live in apprehension, and sometimes we are nothing but broken shells. Our lives ultimately emanate subtext. Everything...

  • What is Life About
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    What is Life About

    6 years ago

    Have you ever lost yourself to someone? Have you ever lost yourself to love? Have you ever been loved so much that you felt it was a dream? Didn't you hate the person that woke you up from this perfect dream? Has anyone ever said the exact things...

  • I'm on the inside with you
    2

    I'm on the inside with you

    6 years ago

    Growing up, I've had a long list of friends. It's not necessarily a good thing, my father always reiterated but I never quite comprehended what that meant. He said a person with five good friends is the luckiest man alive. I'd scoff and say,...

  • Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
    1

    Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

    6 years ago

    The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, first published in 1989, is a self-help book written by Stephen R. Covey. It has sold more than 15 million copies in 38 languages since first publication. I am sharing the summary of this book, so that we...

  • I dare you to move
    0

    I dare you to move

    6 years ago

    What do I do with you if I know you're soon going to be another myth in my treasure trove? Can I quickly steal your essence and hide you in the darkest corners of my heart where not a single clock, a cruel bearer of time, be able to find you? Or...

  • Behind those grey eyes
    2

    Behind those grey eyes

    6 years ago

    It was one of the coldest nights of this season and I was with my friend yawar to meet one of our friend’s mom. We stopped on a signal, where there was not much traffic maybe due to cold weather. Like every other signal in Karachi, kids gather on...

  • I'm taking back all my wishes
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    I'm taking back all my wishes

    6 years ago

    Aram is good with words. Sayılabilirim say less often lied to. For example, "no" often bozuşuruz word. Some people say no. I can not say how to say in life atsam. Then the people begin to make decisions on my behalf. Sometimes these people are my...

  • Feelings speechless
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    Feelings speechless

    6 years ago

    Just believe in myself kandırıyormuşum all lies, unless the people. I say the truth in defiance of the most recent since my pride I'm afraid my eyes darken. My fear is that everyone in this world to be honest liar. I was looking into his eyes,...

  • Mental thief
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    Mental thief

    6 years ago

    Those who went through my heart has been put into words my fault. I gave the most value for those who broke perhaps the most value. Can not shout loudly to me now? Is there a right or. Which supplies rage dollar words in my throat, slowly, after...

  • The Companions
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    The Companions

    16 months ago

    Never in my life did I imagine that the group of people I hung out with during the beginning year of my high school would by the end of my school period become an essentially.A pack which knows me way better then myself,a gang which can tell whats...

  • Dealing with Negative Behaviors in Athletics
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    Dealing with Negative Behaviors in Athletics

    6 years ago

    Introduction The field of sports psychology is one that is vastly researched and studied. It is a field that has proved to be extremely beneficial in assessing various psychological aspects that affect sports and athletes and their performance. It...

  • A Sustainable Career
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    A Sustainable Career

    2 years ago

    For all these years, people in the west have been spoiled to use their luxuries which in turn have caused damage to the environment, not paying heed to the amount of carbon footprint produced by them. It’s been sometime ago when all this has been...

  • Summary Of My History
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    Summary Of My History

    6 years ago

    Recently, I have noticed that many of my posts have become reviews. Actually, most of them are movie reviews, only one is a book review. I do not want to stop reviewing movies, and some books because they offer a good way to explore Objectivism ...

  • Environmental Studies 9
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    Environmental Studies 9

    6 years ago

    I just noticed I forgot to post my last environmental studies reading response. Here it is below.  It is no secret that environmentalism favors a government intensive approach to solving environmental issues. However, this is utterly...

  • Environmental Studies 8
    1

    Environmental Studies 8

    6 years ago

    Here is my eighth reading response for my Environmental Studies class. In The Omnivore’s Dilemma, author Michael Pollan describes how hybrid corn seed has doubled crop yields twice since 1930. This illustrates science’s incredible value,...

  • Environmental Studies 7
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    Environmental Studies 7

    6 years ago

    Here is another reading response for my Environmental Studies class. Environment an Interdisciplinary Anthology’s biodiversity chapter implies that nature is inherently valuable. However, the articles With Mouth Wide Open and Human Domination of...

  • Environmental Studies 6
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    Environmental Studies 6

    6 years ago

    Below is the sixth reading response for my Environmental Studies class. Several environmental mediums, such as Annie Leonard’s The Story of Stuff depict corporations as ignorant, voracious, and obese top-hat-wearing instigators and...

  • Environmental Studies 5
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    Environmental Studies 5

    4 years ago

    Another reading response for my Environmental Studies class. The scientific evidence presented in Environment an Interdisciplinary Anthology and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) 2007 synthesis report was certainly...

  • Environmental Studies 4
    1

    Environmental Studies 4

    6 years ago

    Here is the fourth response for my Environmental Studies class. Judging from Paul Hawken’s The WTO: Inside, Outside, All Around the World, and Thomas Friedman’s Politics for the Age of Globalization, it appears some do not understand that...

  • Environmental Studies 3
    0

    Environmental Studies 3

    6 years ago

    Below is the third reading response for my Environmental Studies class. In his chapters on administrative rationalism, democratic pragmatism, and economic rationalism John Dryzek emphasizes a higher value for citizenship than individuality,...

  • A Discussion with My Professor
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    A Discussion with My Professor

    6 years ago

    I was pleasantly surprised today when I visited my Political Theory professor to discuss my essay due within the next few days. The essay I asked him to review concerned Plato's The Trial and Death of Socrates, which warns against the dangerous...

  • Do Not Register with the Do Not Call Registry
    1

    Do Not Register with the Do Not Call Registry

    6 years ago

    Today I was sent an email from a relative of mine explaining that I should register with the Do Not Call Registry for cell phones. Apparently cell phone numbers are going "public" tomorrow. I was not aware they were secrets. Basically, people are...

  • The game has changed
    0

    The game has changed

    6 years ago

    It was a perfect day, such lightness I haven't felt since autumn. School day wasn't very hard, but really bright. My friend and I had fun in every lesson, though I got excellent mark on math and english. Actually I consider such wonderful mood as...

  • 5 Extreme sports
    2

    5 Extreme sports

    6 years ago

    I decided to add something really risky in my life, first by talking about it. Let me share some crazy ideas of the things everyone is thinking about, at least once in his life. It is such actions, when your head is not thinking and when you feel...

  • Semi Pro
    0

    Semi Pro

    5 years ago

    Every week I attend the movie theater because I like motion pictures and I find it to be a small way I can relax at the end of the week. I also like to watch films as a mental exercise. I try to Objectively determine if the film is good, meaning...

  • Machiavelli and Comments on Mecosystem
    0

    Machiavelli and Comments on Mecosystem

    6 years ago

    The basic theme of the play is that people should not follow their morals because morality just gets in the way of people's happiness. Let me make it clear that I am not supporting Machiavelli's theme in Mandragola because it argues man should...

  • Reason.tv
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    Reason.tv

    6 years ago

    Reason.tv provided by the Libertarian organization, Reason Foundation. Currently, there are eight episodes of a reason.tv program hosted by Drew Carey. I just finished watching all eight episodes, and they were all thoroughly enjoyable. Each...

  • Jumper and Atheism
    2

    Jumper and Atheism

    2 years ago

    No these two are not related. Far from it. These are just the two topics I am discussing. First, I will begin with my movie of the week Jumper. I knew before going into the theater this was going to be a horrible film, partly because of Ebert's...

  • Daylight Saving Time is Irrational
    0

    Daylight Saving Time is Irrational

    7 years ago

    Nothing was different. Daylight Saving Time (DST) is completely irrational. Basically, all DST does is change the name of the hours. Time does not change. It exists in the same pattern regardless of whether or not someone says it is one o' clock or...

  • Mill and Incest Aren’t that Bad
    1

    Mill and Incest Aren’t that Bad

    7 years ago

    This past week in my Political Theory and Political Literature classes, both of which are taught by the same professor, some interesting topics of discussion arose. In my Political Theory class the assigned reading was John Stuart Mill’s On...

  • College Spring Break
    2

    College Spring Break

    7 years ago

    My spring break began on Friday, and of course, everyone has asked me if I am going down to Florida or some place like that. Apparently, these people are completely clueless as to who they are speaking too. I am not against having a break from...

  • The Darjeeling
    1

    The Darjeeling

    7 years ago

    Andersen's latest film The Darjeeling Limited about three brothers who abandon the miserable elements of their lives so that they can go on enjoying it. I gave it three stars because it seemed this film was more disjointed than his previous ones....

  • Absence of Malice
    1

    Absence of Malice

    7 years ago

    Firstly, I will briefly review a 1981 film entitled Absence of Malice. I give this film a four stars. It stars Paul Newman as Michael Gallagher the son of bootlegger and possible mob insider, and Sally Fields as Meghan Carter a journalist for the...

  • Holiday Easter
    0

    Holiday Easter

    7 years ago

    All religions are a scourge and bane upon man; however, in this particular post I will be addressing Easter specifically the atrocious lesson it teaches, and the trauma it instills in children. In order to understand how astoundingly...

  • Vandalism
    0

    Vandalism

    2 years ago

    Something that has really been bugging me lately, well most of the year, but it has really picked up in the last week is on campus vandalism. Now, as is my general policy, I do not participate in on campus social events. There are a variety of...

  • Two Film Reviews and The Blame Game
    0

    Two Film Reviews and The Blame Game

    4 years ago

    The first film, which I saw today, is 21 and I give it a whopping two stars. If I did not find Vegas personally appealing with the desert, casinos, gambling, smoking, drinking, stripping, lights, nocturnal life etc. I would have give 21 one star....

  • No Human Rights
    1

    No Human Rights

    7 years ago

    Obviously, the term "human rights" is a new fangled modern way of recognizing that natural rights are inherent in everyone. Of course, the term natural rights already accomplishes that, even the term "rights" already accomplishes that. However,...

  • Novelty and Art
    2

    Novelty and Art

    2 years ago

    Over the past week my Political Theory has been reading an essay by Alan Bloom entitled Our Listless Universities and two essays by Leo Strauss entitled What is Liberal Education? and Liberal Education and Responsibility. I do not completely agree...

  • Sarah Marshall
    0

    Sarah Marshall

    3 years ago

    I am finally back on my schedule of seeing a relatively new silver screen production every Friday. Today I viewed Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Now, after the debacle of Semi-Pro I was not sure if I could trust Judd Apatow's latest film; however,...

  • Ben Stein and Intelligent Design
    1

    Ben Stein and Intelligent Design

    2 years ago

    For once these two topics are actually related. This past Friday Ben Stein's documentary entitled Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed was released. First, let me state for the record that I have not seen this movie yet. I was busy this past Friday,...

  • Exploit the Earth Day
    0

    Exploit the Earth Day

    7 years ago

    Tuesday, April 22, was Earth Day, an utterly unhappy affair. Therefore, I celebrate Exploit-the-Earth Day instead. It occurs on the same day; however, it is not concerned with the hatred of man as Earth Day is. Exploit-the-Earth Day celebrates...

  • Humans Versus Zombies
    1

    Humans Versus Zombies

    7 years ago

    Within the next few days I will complete my first year of college; therefore, I will have time to begin posting again after about a two week hiatus. However, I will be without Internet question for a few days after finishing with all my final...

  • My Philosophy Human Nature
    0

    My Philosophy Human Nature

    3 years ago

    Looking back on what I have written so far I have found that people who do not understand my philosophy may be confused with my arguments. I also believe it would be a good idea for me to write out my philosophy just so that I can personally...

  • Protect Animals
    0

    Protect Animals

    6 years ago

    A while ago I noticed several of my myface friends joining some myface group to sign a petition to protect some dog from an "artistic" death. According to the group artist Guillermo Vargas had tied a dog on a short leash in some art gallery and...

  • High School Teachers
    1

    High School Teachers

    3 years ago

    Recently my dear sister told me a story about my former high school teacher, who shall remain nameless for the time being. Apparently there is this girl at school (I have no idea what her name is, but it may be best to keep that nameless too) who...

  • Speed Racer and Snatch
    0

    Speed Racer and Snatch

    2 years ago

    In the past two days I have seen two movies, which is not really my usual schedule but I am on break so the regular schedule does not apply. I saw the first movie, Speed Racer, on the silver screen, and I give it one and a half stars. I was...

  • Award Ceremonies
    0

    Award Ceremonies

    7 years ago

    Over the past week I have attended two award ceremonies. The first was one of my cousin's graduation from college, and the second was another cousin's high school award ceremony. I have to admit both of these ceremonies took place a private yet...

  • The Temple of Doom and The Last Crusade
    0

    The Temple of Doom and The Last Crusade

    2 years ago

    While home on my break I knew I would see the latest installment of Indiana Jones, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull ; therefore, I decided to watch the prequels, so I would be well updated. I saw The Raiders of the Lost Ark on a...

  • Internship Experience
    0

    Internship Experience

    4 years ago

    Yesterday, I began my summer internship with the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP). Obviously, there are some things about my internship that I will not be able to discuss because of the privacy policy or confidentiality agreement I had to sign....

  • Indiana Jones
    1

    Indiana Jones

    2 years ago

    I give this sorry excuse of a film a half of a star. This movie does not even belong in the same box set as the other three Indiana Jones'. It is absolutely atrocious. After I watched this movie I listened to the Talkback radio episode concerning...

  • You Don't Mess With The Zohan
    0

    You Don't Mess With The Zohan

    3 years ago

    I give this motion picture two stars. Obviously, the story of an IsraeliMossad agent that decides to become a hair dresser is supposed to be comedy, and the movie did succeed in that department. However, there were philosophically unsound moments,...

  • Voluntary Human Extinction Movement
    0

    Voluntary Human Extinction Movement

    5 years ago

    The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement (VHEMT) is obviously an atrocious movement calling for the extinction of man kind. Their reasoning for this twisted mentality is that presently man's impact on the biosphere, environment, nature, whatever is...

  • Exchanging Violence For Violence
    0

    Exchanging Violence For Violence

    2 years ago

    When I tell people that I am interning at the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP), of course, I get several questions. The questions do not actually annoy me. I enjoy talking about my reasons for interning with the MPP, which involves my reasoning as to...

  • The Happening Movie
    0

    The Happening Movie

    2 years ago

    I give M. Night Shyamala's latest film one single solitary star for philosophical unsoundness. I will admit the cinematography is well done, and the score was also good. Therefore, I would recommend that Syamala become a film adviser instead of...

  • The Art Of War Philosophy
    0

    The Art Of War Philosophy

    5 years ago

    I recently finished the most well regarded war philosophy text, The Art of War , by Chinese general Sun Tzu who lived from 544—496 B.C.. I found it very interesting, for at one time I had considered working for the federal government in the area...

  • Drug Stamp Tax
    0

    Drug Stamp Tax

    3 years ago

    While interning at MPP in the past week I posted an article concerning a drug stamp tax. Reading the article I came to understand that about thirty states impose taxes on illegal drugs like marijuana. What marijuana distributors and users are...

  • Get Smart Movie
    0

    Get Smart Movie

    4 years ago

    I give this theatrical production three stars. I must admit I have never seen the television show, so I probably do not have as much appreciation for it as fans. However, I am a Jame Bond fan, but I actually did not see much connection between Get...

  • friendship with benefits
    2

    friendship with benefits

    7 years ago

    I will provide some personal examples of my friendships so the topic can be analyzed more closely. Firstly, I am not writing this in order to convince these individuals that they were wrong or that I am better. I am not interested in assuring...

  • Customers To Blame For Poor Products
    0

    Customers To Blame For Poor Products

    4 years ago

    I listened to the most recent episode of Talkback this past week, and as usual The Merc and Have Hope attacked big business, specifically big studios, for poor movies. Clearly, many big studio movies of poor, but this is not the fault of the...

  • Hancock Movie
    0

    Hancock Movie

    5 years ago

    My God who green-lights this nonsense. This movie was like three separate scripts, put into a blender, and sold as one story. It was not like one of those good blends either like a strawberry banana smoothie. No, no, no, this was if some blended...

  • The Blues Brothers
    0

    The Blues Brothers

    4 years ago

    Me oh my, what a ridiculously hilarious comedy. This is a deliberately passed comedy much like The In-Laws and A Fish Called Wanda ; however, it does have a few absurd moments much earlier on. Unfortunately, the film kind of lags no and again in...

  • Wall-E The Movie
    1

    Wall-E The Movie

    5 years ago

    As with the previous film reviews Wall-E has some mixed themes, making the movie nearly hypocritical. However, there is enough positive elements in order to earn Three Stars. The movie begins with a picture of earth after all the humans have left....

  • mystic river
    0

    mystic river

    5 years ago

    What starts as a film concerning another police case develops into a story of small town organized crime. The majority of the story focuses on the police investigation of the murder of Katie Markum (Emmy Rossum), and whether or not a strange acting...

  • Step Brothers
    1

    Step Brothers

    5 years ago

    Come on Will Ferrel. What is going on. Anchorman - hilarious. Blades of Glory - hilarious. Talladega Nights - kind of funny. That stupid basketball movie I cannot remember the name of - horrible. Step Brothers - not much better. My cousin gave this...

  • Memento The Movie
    0

    Memento The Movie

    5 years ago

    This is a hands down amazing film. Some people might be more familiar with this director's other films, Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. In this film Christopher Nolan tackles what others might consider impossible. As it was told to me, Nolan...

  • Dubliners and On Bullshit
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    Dubliners and On Bullshit

    2 years ago

    Over the past month I have read two books that I have only had time to review now. The first book I read was James Joyce's Dubliners. I first "read" this last year during my senior year of high school. The reason read is in quotations is because...

  • Clue Movie
    4

    Clue Movie

    3 years ago

    Yes, this is a movie based on the board game. Obviously, that sounds like an atrocious idea, but it is hilarious. Infinitely better than any frat pack comedy, and I would put it right up there with The In Laws and The Blues Brothers. Basically,...

  • Pineapple Express Movie
    2

    Pineapple Express Movie

    7 years ago

    How could someone mess up this idea? Answer: to much pot humor, not enough Hot Fuzz . Pineapple Express was allegedly supposed to be the frat pack’s and Judd Apatow’s crew’s humorous...

  • The Squid And The Whale
    0

    The Squid And The Whale

    7 years ago

    This movie captures the result of children growing up with deficient parents. By deficient I am not referring to completely psychopathic physically and sexually abusing parents. I am referring to the parents below that level. Just below the level...

  • Environmental Studies
    1

    Environmental Studies

    7 years ago

    This semester I am taking an atrocious class called Environmental Studies. It is a general education requirement, and it was either do this one which is related to political science or one that was purely science related. I never really enjoyed...

  • The Comancheros and The Journey To The Center Of The Earth
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    The Comancheros and The Journey To The Center Of The Earth

    7 years ago

    This movie came in one of those John Wayne collections; therefore, my assumption was that it was going to be awful. However, a John Wayne fan I know reviewed the collection and said all of them were pretty good. Thus, I decided to actually read the...

  • Environmental Studies 2
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    Environmental Studies 2

    7 years ago

    Here is the second reading response for my Environmental Studies class. In chapter three of The Politics of the Earth, John Dryzekcharacterizes Prometheans’ as closed-minded; thus, implying that environmentalism thinks outside the box....

  • The Day The Earth Stood Still Movie Review
    1

    The Day The Earth Stood Still Movie Review

    7 years ago

    The trailers for the remake with the infinitely talented Keanu Reeves indicates that The Day The Earth Stood Still is a sci-fi action flick. The action part is incorrect. The original is almost devoid of all action, and I like that way. Usually...

  • Smart People Movie Review
    0

    Smart People Movie Review

    7 years ago

    This is from the same maker of Sideways, which I moderately enjoyed. The problem I had with Sideways is that the film appears to hate its main characters. It is as if the film itself believes the characters are worthless and have no possibility...

  • Altruism's Contradiction
    1

    Altruism's Contradiction

    7 years ago

    I have addressed the seemingly infinite problems with altruism in previous posts; however, last night speaking to my cousin I brought up the stomach churning flaw that I do not believe I have yet addressed. The fact is, altruism contradicts itself. ...

  • Productions
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    Productions

    7 years ago

    Production is creating an object or service with one's own mind and ability; it is one of the most enjoyable and virtuous actions one can commit. That is, of course, only if one produces properly. Producing properly involves all the elements of...

  • I’M EMIGRATING
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    I’M EMIGRATING

    7 years ago

    It was around 7p.m. Me and my friend were having a glass of lassi at a local milk shop. I asked my friend, “So what’s new?” He replied, “You really want to know!, My immigration visa has arrived and I’ll be leaving for Canada by the end of...

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    Separation Of Morality And Rationality

    7 years ago

    This is what my International Relations professor said on Monday. He was responding to my complaints about offensive realism, which I expressed before the weekend and in my last post. He followed up this by saying that he sees no place for ethics in...

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