Tag Archives: Ethics

Islamic State forcing the West to provide means for Kurdistan

Time passes very quickly. For I wanted to publish an article yesterday on my other site “Our World“, but was occupied with a lot of other things. for the parents of many who are in the East time may have … Continue reading

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Green Claims in Europe

Green Claims The last few years we saw an increasing amount of environmental (or ‘green’) claims and labels appearing on the products in several sorts of shops. As a consumer they looked interesting and could have been a guide to … Continue reading

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Uncertainty, shame and no time for vacillation

What happens when we look back at earlier advanced civilizations? Is there a pattern of complexity, collapse and correction that we might recognize in today’s current events? Historically every advanced civilization has faced a downfall. Usually the downfall is routed … Continue reading

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Ability for a community to come back from a crisis

When we look at world history we can see that the world encountered many crisis, one more bad than the other, one being on an economical part, another on the human side, another concerning the environment. Some crisis brought the … Continue reading

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Justififiable anger or just anarchism

Violence or an other way to win #2 Contradictors In Violence or an other way to win I showed one side of the coin. But to my regret also I had already to show the thin battered bulged side of the coin … Continue reading

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Sense or nonsense of “Human Fragility”

I was pleased to been invited to the colloquium “Sense or nonsense of “Human Fragility” in contemporary European society” at the European Parliament in Brussels. The European and International Federations of the Catholic Medical Associations (F.E.A.M.C. FEDERATION EUROPEENNE DES ASSOCIATIONS … Continue reading

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Welfare state and Poverty in Flanders #7 Education

Poverty evolution in Flanders 7.     Education Education, which can directly provide the skills, knowledge and qualifications that are important in social and labour market participation, in Flanders seems very well taken care off. It starts at age 2.5 when almost … Continue reading

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Welfare state and Poverty in Flanders #3 Right to Human dignity

Poverty evolution in Flanders Right to Human dignity Universality – the idea that human rights apply to all people, in all places, at all times – was the basic principle underlying the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. From the … Continue reading

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