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  • Ethical Relativism in light of Western and Islamic Values

    Ethical Relativism in light of Western and Islamic Values

    Bryce Harper

    Turn on the television in any Western nation and you will undoubtedly find a politician sounding off about Western values. Search some more, find a channel reporting on current immigration rates from the Middle-East, and watch how the discussion quickly descends into a contest between Western and Islamic values, their compatibility, and how to best […]

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  • In Defence: Taking on the Natural Ruse

    In Defence: Taking on the Natural Ruse

    Bryce Harper

    The GMO “debate” never strays far from the headlines. Almost every person I know has an opinion on the matter, and I cannot stomach that. As Patrick Stokes, senior lecturer in philosophy at the Deakin University, argues: “The problem with “I’m entitled to my opinion” is that, all too often, it’s used to shelter beliefs […]

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Health
Opinion: Cancer is Hard, But Let’s Not Turn to Woo.

Opinion: Cancer is Hard, But Let’s Not Turn to Woo.

Christopher_NW

 

Cancer. The word alone invokes deep emotions in many people. For some, fear, for others, anger. This is completely understandable. During my biomedical science degree I worked in nursing with a predominant focus on patients with various stages and types of cancer. Some made it and others were not so fortunate. I was even quite […]

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