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Youth Volunteer Opportunities

By | January 5th, 2018|Volunteers|

5 Reasons Why You Should Look for Youth Volunteer Opportunities Ever volunteered? If yes, you must have felt amazing after you were done lending a helping hand to the needy. Maybe you saw a little change in your attitude, or that you felt like a vital part of a team. What exactly happened after you [...]

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Why Pluto Is No Longer a Planet

By | August 21st, 2017|Science|

In 1930, an astronomer Clyde W. Tombaugh discovered Pluto. The discovery was so significant that the planet was named after the mythological guardian of the underworld. It will interest you to know that an eleven-year-old English girl was the person who gave this planet its name. Equally as interesting is that Pluto was unique for [...]

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John Stuart Mill’s View on How to Achieve a Utilitarian Society

By | August 21st, 2017|Philosophy|

John Stuart Mill was a 19th-century English philosopher, political economist and activist. He was a free thinker who challenged various traditional beliefs on issues like slavery, same-sex relationships, liberalism, logic and theoretical reasoning, women rights, liberty and freedom of speech amongst others. His works were largely influenced by Jeremy Bentham and his father James Mill [...]

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Philosophical Achievements of Peter Abelard

By | August 21st, 2017|Biography|

When you talk of great philosophers from the Western world, the name Peter Abelard will surely be mentioned. The name may not be as famous as that of Plato, Aristotle or Socrates, but he has made significant contributions towards the growth and development of philosophical thinking in the world that are worthy of note. One [...]

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Which Cancer Are We Closest to Finding Cure For?

By | August 21st, 2017|Cancer|

For most people, being diagnosed with cancer is similar to getting the death sentence. However, the reason for this reaction is quite justified. Cancer is the leading cause of deaths in the world and it has no known cure. Also, scientists have not been able to pinpoint what causes it to develop in the human [...]

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