By: Adrian Tay
Hope is often sweet, desired and cherished. It is something we hold close to us, and something we almost never fail to have. But alas, what we hope for often eludes us. And that is what gives us the impression that hope is nothing but...
By: Ben Paget - Woods
Rather than explain the political or social definition of Social Darwinism, its origins and its historical implications, I feel that a better understanding of the phrase "Social Darwinism" may be derived through an understanding of the fundamental philosophical principles at the heart of the theory...
By: Frances Ruocco
To begin with there should be the same rules for the rich as there are for the poor. As we all know the rich get slaps on the hands and away with murder, lying under oath and other crimes, while the poor usually get much...
By: G E Barr
About a year ago, I switched on my rarely used television and caught Germaine Greer giggling like a school girl on some dusty talk-show. Germaine, it seems had netted a much younger man.Germaine's influence on feminism as a philosophy and movement have, in my...
Hawaii: Culture and diversity in America's 50th state
By: Kelli Haae
Does Hawai'i have a place in America?Does Hawai'i have a place in America? That is the better question. Positively there is a place for her in America's history, but what about the present and the future.I first need to qualify myself before I...
By: Ethel Smith
Never mind people watching, what about people listening? I love people listening, almost as much as people watching, if not more. Here is what you can do. Sit on a bus, near to the back, especially of a bus that is quite full, and just...
By: Brittany Schleining
Effects of ReligionOver the centuries, billions of people have fell prey to religion run amok. It is ineptly tragic that religions, of which are supposed to unify followers as well as free their sinful souls, have done just the opposite. " churches have often split...
By: Christopher Kendalls
Racism is a peculiar beast, it has held people of races and creeds that were outside of the mainstream at a distance and disenfranchised individuals over the years yet its tactics have become so ingrained in American society that it is often the framework or...
By: Petra Sando
When I was a teenager I would go shopping with my friends and afterward we would sit at the bus stop, in the stairway of a closed store, watching people for hours. We thought, that it was most interesting to observe them walking by, going...
By: Joey Benedict
The process of becoming homeless provides a wonderful lesson in physics. I sign a lease and, rather than pay month by month, I pay my rent for the full year in advance. So, I pay, at once, $12,000, which is the monthly the rent...

 

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