Gbenga Aluko, Senator Daniel Olugbenga Aluko, son of the late economics professor Sam Aluko, died of a heart attack on Saturday, November 20, 2021 in Abuja.Aluko, who was a senator from Ekiti South constituency between 1999 and 2003, collapsed and died after being rushed to hospital. Aluko was born onRead More →

Top Congressman Salman Khurshid started a bushfire with his book on Ayodhya, in which he compared Hindutva to the radical philosophy adopted by jihadist groups like ISIS and Boko Haram. In the chapter “The Saffron Sky”, writes Khurshid, “Sanatan Dharma and the classical Hinduism known to sages and saints wereRead More →

Promoting philosophical discourse, Marquette’s philosophy department hosts a series of Friday seminars on philosophy. The Friday Philosophy Seminar Series is a weekly seminar where a graduate student, faculty member, or guest speaker presents their work. After the presentation, there is a question-and-answer session that lasts 30 to 45 minutes. JessicaRead More →

One of the achievements of social scientists over the past century has been the leveling of the hierarchical distinction between modern and pre-modern societies. While in the public imagination this distinction dominates, in the social sciences it has become, if not disappeared, at least uninteresting. This is why, for example,Read More →

Whether democracy is a numbers game has never been debated. This is obvious, both in principle and in practice. Indeed, in this universally preferred form of government, the people are rightly the vital engine that feeds democratic processes and their actualization. Therefore, from this fundamental framework, it is undeniable thatRead More →

Andy uba By Victor Afam Ogene Whether democracy is a numbers game has never been debated. This is obvious, both in principle and in practice. Indeed, in this universally preferred form of government, the people are rightly the vital engine that feeds democratic processes and their actualization. Therefore, from thisRead More →