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Dame Cicely Saunders
| 30 July 2005 | FEATURES |
The remarkable woman who founded the modern hospice movement died this month in the institution she founded.
March of the Penguins
| 29 July 2005 | FEATURES |
A spell-binding French documentary chronicles the saga of the journey
of emperor penguins across the Antarctic to breed and feed.
Rewriting the book about African development
| 29 July 2005 | FEATURES |
The world needs a deeper philosophical approach towards development policy if we are to deal with the crushing problems of Africa.
The dictatorship of moral relativism
The Pope has warned of the emergence of a dictatorship of moral relativism. But how can having no fixed principles be a dangerous principle?
The great brain robbery
What do drugs do the developing teenage brain? Trevor Grice talks to MercatorNet about the latest news on recreational drugs and why The Great Brain Robbery is the most stolen book in his home country, New Zealand.
A Kibbutz Childhood Remembered
The latchkey children of today's working parents are not the only
generation to miss out on a loving family life. There was also life in
Tipping the balance
Distinguished, polite, intelligent, poised, competent, honest and
direct: the press has run out of adjectives to describe President
Bush's Supreme Court nominee. What should we really be looking for?
Classic photography on the net
| 22 July 2005 | FEATURES |
Two New York photo collections are collaborating on a website which
will be the biggest collection of great images in the world.
Fashioning tomorrow?s woman
Fashion is not just for the frivolous. For the professional woman of
the 21st century, fashion awareness is a cultural responsibility.
Betraying British Muslims
In the wake of the London bombings, there is much talk of the religious
intolerance of British Muslims. What about the religious intolerance of
the anti-Censorship crowd?
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
| 17 July 2005 | FEATURES |
At 672 pages, the latest instalment in the Harry Potter series will be too short for diehard fans, says our high school reviewer.
Pornography is not a trivial offence because it can lead to ever-greater
degradation, writes a US government lawyer who deals with sexual
Does religion cause all the trouble in the world?
People often point the finger at religion as the source of violence and fanaticism. Does this make sense?
Harry Potter, Hogwarts and all
Millions of muggles all over the world devoured the sixth volume of
Harry Potter this weekend. An expert in children's literature discusses
whether the series helps or harms children.
Can schools do emotional education?
The British Government soldiers on in its effort to replace parents who
fail to meet the Warm Body Standard of minimal child care.
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