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Feminism to blame for ‘hook-up’ culture

December 8, 2013 1:00 pm0 comments
Feminism to blame for ‘hook-up’ culture

I was astonished to read Susan Dench’s column the other week that implied feminism had indirectly led to this new-found ‘hook-up culture’. One thing is for sure, Dench surely would not be able to voice her opinion without feminism. The column attacks feminism, claiming that the movement has caused a […]

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The Forgotten Philosopher

September 2, 2012 6:00 pm3 comments
The Forgotten Philosopher

When we hear the word ‘philosophy’, we think (justifiably) of Ancient Greece, and especially of the three philosophers Plato, Socrates and Aristotle, who have had a significant and direct influence upon all modern philosophy. These powerhouses of ancient Greek philosophy can be thought of as the hearty meals upon which […]

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