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Identity by Ahmed Habouss

Why has the dialogue between culture and religion become so difficult in the globalization era?

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Faces, Tales, Human Rights

Faces, Tales, Human Rights

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Full interview with Clifford Geertz – part one

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Strange Beliefs: Sir Edward Evans-Pritchard

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Ip Man

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The Best of Bach

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Camus, The Nobel Prize & Algerian War (Rare BBC Documentary)

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Kung Fu for Philosophers

In a 2005 news report about the Shaolin Temple, the Buddhist monastery in China well-known for its martial arts, a monk addressed a common misunderstanding: “Many people have a misconception that martial arts is about fighting and killing,” the monk was quoted as saying, “It is actually about improving your wisdom and intelligence.” Continue reading …

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Martyn Bennett – Swallowtail

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Le Carré’s Latest ‘A Delicate Truth,’ by John le Carré

“I have a theory which I suspect is rather immoral,” George Smiley said in John le Carré’s 1974 classic, “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.” “Each of us has only a quantum of compassion. That if we lavish our concern on every stray cat, we never get to the center of things.” This concept of necessary, if …

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