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Should Debating Be Mandatory in Schools?

By Ed Noel In May last year, the shadow minister for education, Stephen Twigg, made a speech at the Paddington Academy, west London, outlining the…

Obama and the Middle East

By Ben Lazarus Barack Obama came into office having promised to distance America from the neoconservative philosophy of George W Bush’s presidency. As a senator,…

Gambling

Addictions have always been a problem to humanity. Many people tend to explain them as weaknesses, sicknesses, or on the contrary, something not worth attention.…

The Power of the Playful

By Nicky Charlish Imagination and precision are two attributes that we might think are in conflict, with the former being a product of freedom and…

Is Technology Making Us Smarter or Dumber?

By Rob Clowes It is possible to imagine that human nature, the human intellect, emotions and feelings are completely independent of our technologies; that we…

Work Burnout

Finding a dream job—with comfortable work conditions and a high salary—is probably a goal everyone strives for. Indeed, in western society, where having a job…

A Closer Look at Surrogacy

By Kendal Youngblood In the 21st century, technology has helped us broaden the traditional boundaries we typically put around the notion of family. One of…

Psychological Defense Mechanisms

The human psyche is a powerful, and at the same time, delicate tool of perception and cognition. From the first days of life and until…

Urban Legends

Many of us have at least once heard ancient legends about gods, fairies, giants, the creation of the world, the apocalypse, Ragnarok, and other similar…

Fear of Success

Perhaps everyone is familiar with the fear of failure: a paralyzing sensation of a probable setback preventing a person from accomplishments, broadening one’s zone of…

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