The Lieutenant Governor receiving the Mahatma Gandhi Award on Sunday. Tributes paid to the Father of the Nation Excelsior CorrespondentJAMMU, January 30: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today paid tribute to the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi on his Punya-Tithi during an event hosted by Global Gandhi Family J&K, atRead More →

There is an abundant literature on leadership with several definitions and new theories. Leadership is widely talked about around the world, but less understood. It is less well understood because there is no universal definition of leadership. Some scholars, authors, educators, researchers, and leadership practitioners have developed their own theoriesRead More →

way of life, colin steele, science fiction Canadian Chris Hadfield, veteran of three spaceflights and former commander of the International Space Station, used his real-life space experience to lend scientific authenticity to The Apollo Murders (Quercus, $32.95). Hadfield has a postscript, “The Reality Behind the Apollo Murders”, documenting the real-lifeRead More →

Narooma Secondary School captain Abbey Dawson represented the Eurobodalla Shire last week as part of the Y’s annual Youth Parliament programme. Abbey Dawson says she eventually wants to pursue a career as a political adviser, as she believes they are the backbone of parliament. Photo: provided Ms Dawson, 18, hasRead More →

Manna Inc. and its affiliates partner with DailyPay to provide financial benefits to employees [Manna’s Wendy’s, Fazoli’s, and Other Restaurant Franchises] NEW YORK, January 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Manna Inc. and its subsidiaries are among America’s leading restaurant affiliate operators and have partnered with DailyPay to offer their employees aRead More →

Boston District 6 Councilwoman Kendra Lara will deliver her first speech on socialism to council at its Wednesday meeting. Lara answered questions from Jamaica Plain News about socialism, how it can help its constituents, and more. Councilwoman Kendra Lara for District 6 (Mayor’s office photo by Jeremiah Robinson) Lara wasRead More →

CHARLOTTESVILLE — New Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares has fired attorneys at two major public universities, his office said, marking bigger changes as the Republican takes on his new post. University of Virginia attorney Tim Heaphy and George Mason University attorney Brian Walther were fired, Miyares spokeswoman Victoria LaCivita toldRead More →

Ancient Hindu science: its impact on the ancient and modern world. Alok Kumar. Jaico Publishing House. Pages 212. Rs 410. There is a renewed interest in the non-Eurocentric historiography of science these days. Science historian Joseph Needham has emphasized the contribution of Chinese civilization to the global process and institutionRead More →

Adrian Lee is a barrister and solicitor in London, specializing in criminal defence, and was twice a Conservative candidate for Parliament. Who is the most eminent British conservative philosopher of the second half of the 20th century? Today, most under-forties would probably say that Roger Scruton qualified for the title,Read More →

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–January 21, 2022– Asahi Kasei, a diversified Japanese multinational, announces that on October 21, 2021, Tongsuh Petrochemical Corp., Ltd. (TSPC), a wholly-owned subsidiary in South Korea, has acquired the widely recognized international ISCC PLUS 1 certification for its acrylonitrile (AN) as a sustainable product, and the production ofRead More →

In an interview at The Australasia Journal of Undergraduate PhilosophyThomas Spiteri asks Peter Godfrey-Smith (Sydney) about “the best way to make epistemic progress” by answering philosophical questions about minds and consciousness. [Design for Xiangjiang Gate Tower by RMJM Shanghai] Godfrey-Smith’s answer is that philosophy will not do it alone: NowRead More →

Engines Of Fury, an emerging blockchain-based game seeks to usher in a new dimension of crypto gaming with its unique gameplay and amazing 3D visuals. It aims to emphasize the importance of the traditional game. Play-to-Earn and NFT games have pushed blockchain gaming to dizzying levels, with forward-looking infrastructure propellingRead More →

The editors of a new book series from Oxford University Press (OUP) that will publish works that “expose a conversation between traditions or cultural sources that are not often engaged together” are seeking submissions of proposals. The series is called Philosophy Across Borders. Its editors are Kristi Dotson (Michigan), BronwynRead More →

MORE than four million payday and home loan customers are being urged to request refunds they may be owed. If you were wrongly sold a Provident, Greenwood or Satsuma loan, you could expect compensation even if you have already repaid it. 1 Provident, Greenwood and Satsuma customers receive small payoutsRead More →

1 / 5 Northridge High’s Eliza Bailey (11, right) goes up for a lay-up under the guard of Bonneville’s Alexia Stone during a girls’ preseason basketball game at Northridge High on Friday, January 14, 2022. Patrick Carr, Standard Examiner 2 / 5 Bonneville High’s Courtnie Porter (right, center) blocks Northridge’sRead More →

Full-time, 3-year term position, located at our Camperdown campus Work alongside internationally renowned experts in the field Base salary $78,143 – $105,305 + 17% retirement pension About the Opportunity The School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry (SOPHI) is seeking to appoint an Associate Lecturer in Political Philosophy who has anRead More →

One philosophy journal got rid of its corporate publisher to protect its current open access status, while another launched a fundraising scheme that offers philosophy departments institutional memberships. the Social Ontology Journalsince its inception in 2015, has been published by the German company De Gruyter as a fully open accessRead More →

A new initiative taking place this summer aims to “empower philosophy professors to integrate modules on traditionally underrepresented areas of philosophy into their undergraduate philosophy courses.” Twenty participants will be selected to participate in the “Northeast Workshop to Learn About Multicultural Philosophy” (NEWLAMP). The workshop is free and financial assistanceRead More →

Professor Michael Gore AO, founder of the national scientific institution Questacon, has died in Canberra at the age of 87. While working as a professor of physics at Australian National University (ANU), Professor Gore came up with the idea of ​​creating an educational science center that children and families couldRead More →

By Jérôme-Mario Chijioke Utomi Naturally, the main factor, according to one report, which daily shortens the seriousness with which communications from officials / public offices are taken by the population is that the generality of such information is often referred to as “self-denigration”. They are regularly known to encourage complacencyRead More →

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Betty White’s philosophy for death uncovered after she passes away: ‘They know the secret’ Betty White’s personal philosophy towards death and the great afterlife resurfaced as part of an unearthed clip, which took social media by storm shortly after her passing. The clip was uploaded to the official CBS SundayRead More →