5. The Waning of Religious Authority

Professor John Merriman: Okay, I’m going to talk about religion today, yes, and what I’m going to first–well, I’ll talk just a little bit about people who weren’t born into the Catholic Church. The vast majority of the population of France at the time, in the course, until say 1960, Continue Reading

Jean Claude Juncker lashes out at 'stupid nationalists' on eve of European elections

percussions on obviously at least for a while on the makeup of the of the European Parliament and also some pretty important decisions as long as they're still in it before breakfast but I didn't like the idea that the British being still members of European you and participating in Continue Reading

Jean Baudrillard. Cultural Identity and Politics. 2002 1/8

culture itself was a singularity that is to say an incomparable irreducible non exchangeable form then emerged the universality of culture then the current globalization of a culture that had become a global product I would like to talk a little more about this state of culture in which each Continue Reading