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Responses and Reflections on the Plight of Humanity in the 21st Century - A Dialogue between Islam, Confucianism and Christianity

Responses and Reflections on the Plight of Humanity in the 21st Century - A Dialogue between Islam, Confucianism and Christianity | Sustainability of Modern World and Future | Scoop.it
The present article is a condensed version of a staged public conversation that was held at the sixth Beijing Forum involving Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Tu Weiming and Peter J.
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Rethinking the Standard(s) of Civilization(s) in International Relations

Rethinking the Standard(s) of Civilization(s) in International Relations | Sustainability of Modern World and Future | Scoop.it
Millennium Conference ‘Rethinking the Standard(s) of Civilization(s) in International Relations’, October 2013, London School of Economics and Political Science Conference Review by Martin De Angelis Who sets the standards of civilization in...
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Naomi Klein: Green Groups May Be More Damaging Than Climate Change Deniers

Naomi Klein: Green Groups May Be More Damaging Than Climate Change Deniers | Sustainability of Modern World and Future | Scoop.it
The Shock Doctrine, my last book, ends with climate change. It ends with a vision of a dystopic future where you have weak infrastructure colliding with heavy weather, as we saw with Hurricane Katrina.
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"Perhaps Culture is Now the Counterculture" A Defense of the Humanities

"Perhaps Culture is Now the Counterculture" A Defense of the Humanities | Sustainability of Modern World and Future | Scoop.it
On May 19, New Republic literary editor Leon Wieseltier spoke at the commencement ceremony of Brandeis University, addressing the graduates as "fellow humanists." Here is a text of his talk.
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