Some More Reasons Why Compatibilism isn’t Silly
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Some More Reasons Why Compatibilism isn’t Silly

Following NYU Shanghai's debate on free will, Abiral Chitrakar Phnuyal follows up on compatibilism versus…

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Crisis and Aid: Reflections on Nepal
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Crisis and Aid: Reflections on Nepal

I continue to be deeply cautious about aid efforts pouring into the country, and here…

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The Alien and the Madman
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The Alien and the Madman

The first quarter of Rajkumar Hirani’s PK is set aside for a fairly straightforward exposition…

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NYU Entrepreneurs Bring TEDx To Town
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NYU Entrepreneurs Bring TEDx To Town

On Oct. 24, an audience of one hundred convened in the NYU Shanghai auditorium for…

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Transnational Economic Alliances: A Brief Contemporary History
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Transnational Economic Alliances: A Brief Contemporary History

This July, most of the global media had its eyes fixed on Brazil, where the…

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The Censorship Dilemma
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The Censorship Dilemma

The word censor comes from the Latin censure, which means ‘to appraise, value, judge’; its…

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Sovereignty and Humanization: A Brief Historical Overview
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Sovereignty and Humanization: A Brief Historical Overview

While the problem of humanization has always, from an axiological point of view, been humankind’s…

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