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Nov 01, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Anonymous Unemployed 2.0: The Needs of Forgotten Italian Workers

Concetta Papapicco, Isabella Quatera
The unemployment rate of economically developed countries up to a few years ago is increasing and there are many intervention projects to manage this increase. Despite this, more and more human resources belong to the Job-less generation, including workers in protected categories, young people and workers forced to retrain, who fall into a spiral of silence, from which they can hardly get out, becomin

Apr 29, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Marx’s Religious Dilemma: An Islamic Reply

Muhammad Rizwan Junaid, Khadija Naz
Religious concepts of Karl Marx were reactionary and he considered religion as a tool in the hands of oppressors and further captions it as an essence of no individual and social value. His influence travelled with him and socialist philosophy took a new turn and started abolishing religious norms in order to build an all atheist culture. Marx linked religion with economy and financial prosper

Sep 15, 2017Open    AccessArticle

A Set of New Interpretations in Political Thought

Jan-Erik Lane
One may approach the history of political thought through a variety of themes that various philosophers share but handle very differently. I wish here to capture a few trends in political thought by analysis of the following two long lived themes, namely: naturalism against moralism as well as determinism versus voluntarism.

Jul 14, 2017Open    AccessArticle

On Dialectics and the Basic Contradiction in Capitalism

Bruno Jossa
The contradiction which is classified as the severest one in most Marxist analyses of society is the plan-market opposition. From this, it follows that the social order that will rise from the ashes of capitalism upon the solution of this contradiction must be a centrally planned and, hence, non-market system. The author emphasizes that, instead, the existence of a different contradiction whose solution is compatible with the

Apr 26, 2017Open    AccessArticle

The Discrimination of Women in Buddhism: An Ethical Analysis

Archana Paudel, Qun Dong
Position of women in Buddhism has been debated for a long time. In my article, I will try to figure out the real situation of women in Buddhism. I will discuss something about sexism in Buddhist religion. There seem to be many difficulties that women following Buddhism are facing. I will highlight some of them in my article. I will also discuss the inferiority issues and how women are perceived as an inferior being in Buddhism. I

Jan 19, 2017Open    AccessArticle

The Saint and the Genius

Florea Stefan
The main purpose of our study is to underline the manifestations of the two mentioned existential realities, embodied in the “saint” and the “genius”. We used the method of comparison to make a parallel between the path to perfection, the sanctity, and the one of the genius, namely the creative capacity of sense and value in human nature. Therefore, according to this comparison, we structured our research into three distinct and c

Dec 07, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Is “Time” Speeding up?

Ken Biegeleisen
This article considers the possibility that there might be a plausible scientific explanation for the 900-year lifespans of the characters in the beginning of the biblical book of Genesis. The explanation is based upon the hypothesis that there may be two different forms of “time”. The first form would be “astronomical” time, which is based upon the quasi-perpetual rotational and revolutionary motions of heavenly bodies. The rates

Nov 11, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Prosperity Gospel and Its Religious Impact on Sustainable Economic Development of African Nations

Josephine Olatomi Soboyejo
Before the advent of African priests, expatriate missionaries in Africa were noted for their detached and abstemious ways of life. They upheld what is known as “Vow of Poverty”, which was taken prior to sacerdotal ordination. They toiled selflessly for their flock without caring for personal material benefits. This orientation has been discarded for prosperity vocation in this 21st century. Priests now use luxurious cars, fly expe

Oct 28, 2016Open    AccessArticle

The Spread of Confucianism in Hayao Miyazaki’s Animations

Daoshan Ma, Linlin Cheng
This thesis is an exploration of the themes and symbols of Confucian culture in the early animated feature films of Hayao Miyazaki. It deals with the background and knowledge of the selected topic, the profound meaning of Hayao Miyazaki’s animation and the spread of Confucian culture in his animations which convey distinctive ethos and the advanced experience of success. Hayao Miyazaki’s animations have inherited traditional orien

Aug 18, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Interpreting the Book of Revelation and Its Apocalyptic Implications for the 21st Century African Pentecostal Churches

Josephine Olatomi Soboyejo
Revelation is unique as it combines three distinctive literary types: apocalypse, revelation and a letter. The apocalyptic writings are viewed as revealing heavenly secrets focusing on God’s judgment of the wicked and his deliverance of the righteous. The book as a prophecy is a revelation from God that invites a response of trust and obedience though presented in the form of a letter from John to those Churches in