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Could we choose to dialogue?

"Anti-choice", "pro-abortion" -- let's stop the name calling and talk about principles.
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Would we be safer if governments regulated Photoshopping?

If we really want truth in advertising, should we ban impossible beauty?
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3 reasons not to trust the new climate report

The latest report on climate change needs to be taken with a pinch of salt.
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The legal maze of twins with three mothers

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Losing our virtue

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Silicon Valley immortality: The resurrection of the head

In general, legacy media explorations of culture today should be treated with considerable skepticism. Its mavens have a hard time…
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Good manners on death row

Who would have thought?
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Teens prefer internet to drinking

Which is worse for teens - drinking or excessive internet use?
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Have we lost our ability to disagree?

We have devolved.
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Is “conscious uncoupling” really such a loopy idea?

Gwyneth Paltrow was ridiculed when she explained her divorce, but there's a nugget of truth in her words.
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Noble words with insidious new meanings

Increasingly, media refuse to cover both sides of an issue or even to allow dissenting comments.
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Books make bedtime easier

Another of Jerry Pinkney's delightful picture books.
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Noah: provocative but thoughtful

The controversial film is flawed but more than an anti-human parable.
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The importance of Mum-time

Research backs up the fact that there's no substitute for a mother’s care.
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Russia: Growing and More Assertive

Russia's bleak demographic collapse has reversed over the last five years or so.
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Belgium: accelerating down the slippery slope

Involuntary euthanasia of patients in intensive care has become acceptable medical treatment in Belgium.
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Among words that no longer earn their keep, “fundamentalism” heads the list

Religious freedom expert: You can call Osama bin Laden a fundamentalist; you can call [the] Amish fundamentalists, but where does…
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Britain bans use of technology

Will they survive?
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Marriage advice from a divorcee

Hindsight will certainly do wonders for your wisdom.
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Divergent: another teen trilogy about growing pains

In a dystopian Chicago, a 16-year-old girl discovers her inner strengths.
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A deal with the devil

Why did American officials refuse to prosecute Japanese doctors who had committed horrendous crimes in World War II?
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Is Nigeria Africa’s hidden tiger?

Nigeria rebases its GDP and becomes Africa's dominant economy,a position hitherto held by South Africa.
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“Is this the upshot of your experiment?”

A Nathaniel Hawthorne tale of scientific obsession sheds light on today's designer children.
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Protecting the first “little platoon”

Society needs family values - but not the faith they are based on? Where a liberal proposal falls down.
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US defence policy in the wake of the Ukrainian affair

Rethinking American strategy in the framework of conventional war against enemies fighting on their own terrain.
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What the older and wiser think you should know

Most important life lesson from older people? Love your work.
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Noah and the flood of reactions

Why the torrent of arguments and debates and angry comments in social media since this film came out, or even…
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They can't afford to take responsibility for their failed policies.
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It's amazing what Hitchcock could do with only two sets.
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