How scary are they? The recently leaked government document reveals the Coalition’s plan for introducing serious changes into Australia’s humanitarian resettlement programs. Parts of the document is devoted to the … Continue reading Refugee Phobia
A lonesome hero who overcomes the limits of control using his imagination.
Since my last post, there have been important changes taking place relevant to the Syrian conflict. Russia is now taking a more direct, open role in the conflict and Iran … Continue reading Syria: Aleppo Offensive
Introduction The news about Syria has been among the top headlines for the past few years. A few weeks ago it came back to the centre of attention with the … Continue reading Syrian Crisis: Foreign Involvement
On Monday, thousands of people participated in Light The Dark (#lightthedark) rallies across Australia. The aim of these rallies was to show sympathy for the Syrian refugees, demonstrate solidarity and … Continue reading Light the Dark and the Syrian Crisis
We are living in “knowledge societies”. Various aspects of knowledge acquisition, from accumulation to distribution, influence our lives on a daily basis, rendering it difficult to imagine living in perfect isolation from science, … Continue reading Power and Knowledge
Only the unique is permitted to the realm of joy and pain. The unique is uncountable. Two is inapplicable to it. Two negates, even slays, the unique’s raison d’être. So, the unique is not one. One merely exists to pave the way to two.