Social Injustice and the Individual’s Moral Obligations

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Individuals and their moral obligations to defeat social injustices in society or immediate vicinity.

On the Integration of Immigrants in Society

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Are secular societies better at assimiliating immigrants compared to not so secular ones?

Victor Frankl: Suffering and Meaning

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Viktor Frankl was an Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist as well as a Holocaust survivor. In his book – Man’s Search For Meaning, he writes about the psychology of the prisoners in the Holocaust concentration camps. I very recently read a passage on suffering (and what meaning people can derive from it) in Frankl’s amazing book. […]

Violence and its Effects on Intergenerational Mobility

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Up until a few days ago I was not fully aware of the implications of systematic discrimination and bias against a particular race or ethnicity on its future generations. A lot has been said about how assimiliation of people from races or ethnicities discriminated against in the past into the mainstream economy is an arduous […]

Child Watches, Child Learns

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I was sitting on the upper deck of the tram on my way to a friend’s place earlier today. It was raining heavily and it was a pleasure to hear the pattering outside, but my attention was drawn towards the very front. A very agitated kid of around 18 was standing in front of his […]