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Judith Butler's speech at the Brooklyn College

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Judith Butler's speech at the Brooklyn College that is worth reading because the…Continue

Science vs. Philosophy

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Here are quite interesting and extremely intense video debates between philosophers and a scientist on a role and value of…Continue

 

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http://rbth.com
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Producer, Observer
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Russia Beyond
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Communication, Ethics, Justice, Peace, Reconciliation, Security, War
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Journalist with experience in International Relations, expert in power politics, Russian foreign policy, Russia-US Relations.

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