As the world undergoes profound changes and a pandemic not seen in a century, new traditional security risks and governance challenges are emerging, further fueling tensions in the international situation and increasing the difficulty of maintaining international order. Photo taken on April 17 shows street light banners of the 2022Read More →

Lending apps are gradually replacing traditional credit agencies or credit unions. Today, traditional lending institutions struggle with the convenience and seamless processes of these apps. Additionally, these apps and online lenders accept applicants regardless of their credit history. However, it can be difficult to identify trustworthy installment loan apps. ThereRead More →

Lingnan University, a separate liberal arts institution in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, is committed to providing quality education for the whole person by combining the best of Chinese and Western liberal arts traditions. It strives to pursue excellence in teaching, learning, scholarship, and community engagement. With three academicRead More →

JULLANG, April 17: Himalayan University (HU) Law Department recently held a webinar on “Ambedkar’s Philosophy for Inclusive Development”. During the webinar, which was organized as part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, APSLSA Member Secretary Jaweplu Chai gave a presentation on “Women Empowerment and Inclusive Development”. She spoke about theRead More →

Gov. Larry Hogan is moving ahead with a plan to build a major public/private tollway project in Maryland — the expansion of the Capital Beltway (I-495) and I-270. The Maryland Department of Transportation has already solicited bids from developers and is on track to submit a contract to the BoardRead More →

Elon Musk.Patrick Pleul/AP Elon Musk gave insight into his “motivational philosophy” during a TED talk interview. The billionaire said he finds purpose in questioning reality and the meaning of life. Musk also commented on how Asperger’s Syndrome contributed to his success. The world’s richest man explained what drives him aboutRead More →

While some people have argued that political activism is in tension with academic research (here, for example), many reputable academics have engaged in such activism, including in philosophy. In the following guest post*, Jill Delston, a philosopher at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, deals with the relationship between philosophy andRead More →

Whether you’re monogamous, polyamorous, or somewhere in between, chances are your relationships involve some sort of hierarchy. Maybe you pay more attention to your spouse than your platonic friendships, or maybe – if you practice hierarchical polyamory – you have an anchor partner or primary partner who takes precedence overRead More →

Artwork: CDD20/pixabay Most career scientists are rightly livid when influential people in other professions preach baseless information or explanations as “science”. However, unscientific or irrational beliefs are not the preserve of non-scientists. One can sympathetically consider that human knowledge is incomplete and therefore such faith in the uncertainty of eventsRead More →

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Science and Philosophy Festival – Virtue and Knowledge of Foligno from From April 21 to 24 back Festival of Science and Philosophy – Virtue and Knowledge by Foligno. After the shutdown in 2020 imposed by the pandemic and the release of an online version in 2021, this year is finallyRead More →

Upper Midwest grocer Coborn’s is offering its employees on-demand access to their payments with the implementation of the DailyPay digital wallet solution. New York-based DailyPay announced yesterday that its seamless payments platform gives Coborn employees 24/7 access to all of their earned wages when they need them, via a mobileRead More →

Last week, the University of Miami announced the hiring of Travis Steele as the new Miami men’s basketball head coach. After being introduced by sporting director David Sayler, Steele started with a dose of humility. Miami athletic director David Sayler introduces Steele during Steele’s opening press conference “We are thrilledRead More →

Philosophers are expected to understand events and phenomena from a rather detached perspective, keeping in mind useful theoretical patterns and precedents. But the situation in Ukraine made the secondment difficult for me. Not only are more than half of my family from Ukraine, but I have also long been concernedRead More →

“Metaphysical Animals” celebrates the four female philosophers responsible for the return of morality to metaphysics in the 20th century. An exterior view of the Peckwater Quadrangle, one of the quadrangles of Christ Church, Oxford, circa 1960. (Photo by Harvey Meston/Archive Photos/Getty Images) Metaphysical animals: how four women brought philosophy backRead More →

Time is the apparent progression of events from the past to the future. Although it is impossible to fully define the nature of time, we all share many common experiences related to time: causes naturally lead to effects, we remember the past but not the future, and the evolution ofRead More →

Experts during the interactive workshop. Staff Journalist, Gulf today Pearl Initiative, a leading Gulf-based, corporate-led nonprofit, recently partnered with Philanthropy Age to host two virtual interactive workshops intended to bring together dozens of philanthropists and high-net-worth individuals based in the Gulf, offering them the practical ways to know how toRead More →

A donation of more than 12 tons of products was made for the humanitarian project “Hope for Ukraine”, implemented by the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Romania. This was done after consultation, solicitation and acceptance of humanitarian donations by Kyiv-based ADRA Ukraine and the Southern Conference based in Mykolaiv,Read More →

Shedrup Ling Monastery. From nashural.ru Shedrub Ling, the only Buddhist monastery in Russia’s Urals Federal District, located on the border between the European and Asian regions of Russia, was demolished in late March to make way for commercial mining interests. The destruction of the monastery in the remote and scenicRead More →

There are four women carving out a niche in their respective scientific fields, clearly demonstrating that Jamaica is not lagging behind in the research space. The four – Sashalee Cross, Treya-Ann Picking, Reanne McKenzie and Shanna-Lee Thomas – all conduct research projects in different environmental conservation projects across the island.Read More →