Society Tag Archive

History

Discovering feminism’s roots

(9 minute read)
Jennifer E. Morel follows the trail of the feminist movement and is surprised to find herself journeying back to the ancient Greeks, the beginnings of Christianity and the Middle Ages.

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Mental HealthSocial IssuesThought-provoking

Preventing and healing childhood sexual abuse …

(7 minute read)
Tyler VanderWeele, Director of the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University, offers grounds for hope.

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Editorial

Easter ‘21: rising from the pandemic

Easter is one of those feasts which goes under several disguises. Chocolate-fest, spring break, holiday weekend … yet rarely is it recognised for what it is, namely the Christian feast which requires the ultimate leap of faith. For if truth be told, even a benign agnostic or distracted atheist could just about cope with the […]

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

Why we need to stop playing ‘What’s the Time, Mr Wolf’ with our politicians

(4 minute read)
Brian Clarke argues that we should pay close attention to political news even outside of election cycles.

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

Afraid of the dark

(5 minute read)
Juliette Flach says it’s time for men to play their part to overcome attitudes which sow the seeds of violence against women.

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

When things aren’t always black and white

(6 minute read)
Adam Brocklehurst offers a biracial perspective on Meghan-gate.

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Stroll with Nicole

Just as we are: taking a chance on friendship

(3 minute read)
Nicole Law says it’s essential to ‘go deep’.

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LifestyleThought-provoking

Frankl and his shadow

(6 minute read)
John-Luke Harris urges us to examine the line that runs through our own hearts to find the source of good and evil in the world.

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

Giants, faithful soldiers, morons, moral cowards and the truly wicked

(6 minute read)
Benedict Rogers invites us each to consider where we stand in the face of tyranny.

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Social Issues

How not to be an ostrich

(3 minute read)
As El Salvador goes to the polls on Sunday, Maria Renée Palomo offers her countrymen and women some advice on how to choose the right candidate, advice which has a relevance beyond the borders of El Salvador.

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