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Tag Archives: human beings
Wes Alwan partiallyexaminedlife.com Gary Gutting reflects this Fourth of July on the morality of patriotism, which is grounded in a kind of in-group loyalty at odds with moral theories that require that we treat all human beings equally, regardless of … Continue reading
BBC News Do “human rights” really exist, when they can be so easily taken away, asks Will Self. I always feel slightly queasy when people begin talking about the humane treatment of animals. Of course, I know what they mean … Continue reading
Life Dynamics/Thermo Nuclear TV A documentation of the modern eugenic movement in America. From the assertion of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, coupled with his cousin Francis Galton’s correlation between genealogy,and the inheritance of intelligence. Insisting that human beings are predisposed … Continue reading
Journeyman Pictures Irina is the sister of imprisoned Belarussian presidential candidate Andrei Sannikov. Through her eyes this doc charts the violent crackdown that followed the 2010 rigged elections and its dreadful aftermath. Powerful, award-winning photography captures Orwellian images of brute … Continue reading
Jeffrey Kluger Time It’s always been easy to understand why human beings developed technology, poetry, music, agriculture, language, cities and medicine, and other critters didn’t: big brains — full stop. The animal with the best cognitive computer is simply going … Continue reading
“Acres of Skin is an attempt to ….. [s]how how American prisoners were exploited in the name of medical science just as senile hospital patients, retarded orphans, and other institutionalized populations were exploited in postwar America. This story will finally … Continue reading