Philosophy

25 Jun 19
Gcc Movers

Whatever you see around you is the result of someone’s hard work and brains- that someone being either human or nature. Everyone is special in their own fields of interest. Be it Music and Arts, Science, Philosophy, etc. They use their skills to benefit others and themselves. So whatever that we do can be considered […]

25 Jun 19
Western Armenia

Erwan Kerivel Sources: >>> https://repairfuture.net/ Armenian ethnologist Hranoush Kharatyan represents an interesting study on sense of identity of Alevi communities in Dersim during Ottoman and Republic Era in his articles about the search for identity in Dersim called “Identities of Dersim” and “The Alevized Armenians in Dersim“.  But just examining Armenian and Western resources shall […]

25 Jun 19
Voice of Chinese Overseas

Author: Ge Yuchen “For Chinese residents like us, Jehovah’s Witness is not only a church that forsakes all kinds of racial prejudices, but also an ideal place for interacting with local people,” explained Mr. D, a Chinese dentist who has been working in Kenya for over twenty years. Mr D. and his family came from […]

25 Jun 19
J. Anthony Laurence

All of us are climbing a mountain no one else is climbing or even knows about. Your mountain is unique and unexplored. You are the first to attempt to summit it. All the time trying to get on to the next ridge or just get a solid foothold so that you can catch our breath. […]

25 Jun 19
Barton Jahn

The action of problem-solving in the reactive mode in housing construction is easily recognized, even when mistakenly misinterpreted by the casual, unsophisticated observer.  Problem-solving in the reactive mode becomes even more clearly recognized when it beneficially translates into a written, hard-copy, documented feedback loop of information directly communicated back to the design and construction team […]

25 Jun 19
Partially Examine This

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.

25 Jun 19
job

2 Assistant Teachers Jubilation Nursery School Bunju In God We Trust. POST: ASSISTANT TEACHER (2) Company: Jubilation Nursery SchoolLocation: Dar Es Salaam JobsJob type: Full-TimeJob category:  Education and Teaching Jobs QUALIFICATION: Must be at least 19 years of age with a certificate/diploma in early child education. Must have a warm and friendly personality, be sensitive to the feelings […]

25 Jun 19

WASHINGTON, DC – Longtime community leader Apo Saghdejian and his daughter Nayiri added $20,000 to the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) Hovig Apo Saghdejian Capital Gateway Fund, established in honor of their late son and brother Hovig Apo Saghdejian to help recent Armenian American graduates launch policy, political, and media careers in the nation’s […]

25 Jun 19
Snowdrop

In Sumerian cuneiform, the mythical Dilmun was known as the bright and pure land. Dilmun was the land of abundant fresh water. It was known as land of rising Sun or where the sun rises first. It was a paradisaical land! It encompassed Behrain, Kuwait, Qatar, neighbouring Arabian coast and Persian gulf island. Bahrain in […]

25 Jun 19
Mark Taylor Psychology

Public Health & the Open Society [the political philosophy of Karl Popper] Summary: – public health debates are usually based around political philosophies & getting the balance right between the individual & the society – the program also discusses the 1945 work by Dr Karl Popper called “the Open Society & it’s enemies” – Popper […]

25 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

No colonial power has left as many traces in Asia as the UK. With the EU's exit, London must replace Brussels's trade agreement with bilateral agreements. In the middle of the Brexit scramble, however, it is not easy for the British to build on the old legacy. Manfred Rist, Singapore 25.6.2019, 06:00 clock The British […]

25 Jun 19
A to Z

If you spend any time in Zambia, you’ll hear a proverb. During training we learned a few of them such as “Umunwe umo tausala inda” (one finger does not pick lice, aka, let’s work together), and my personal favorite, “Twende pamo temwenso” (Lets go together without fear, aka, also, let’s work together). I recently stumbled […]

25 Jun 19
Conference by Women in Philosophy

On Sunday 23rd and Monday 24th of June, a very successful Conference by Women in Philosophy was held at the University of Groningen. Over 80 attendees enjoyed seventeen talks by young women philosophers, a keynote by prof. dr. Heather Widdows, two symposia with experienced women in philosophy and an informal roundtable discussion about what it is like […]