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Upon the CIX anniversary of Simone Weil’s birth (1909-1943) (Other)

Wednesday 14 March 2018 by CEPRID

Mailer Mattié

Translated by Sylvia María Valls

In 1975, Rousseau published his reflections on the causes of the differences separating human beings from one another, written a year earlier upon the occasion of the contest that the Académie des Sciences, Arts et Belles Lettres of Dijon had convened in respect to the following questions: a) What was the origin of inequality among men, and b) Does natural law authorize it?

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Guiding principles on business and human rights or transnational economic power’s culture of impunity (Other)

Sunday 27 October 2013 by CEPRID
Alejandro Teitelbaum Argenpress/CEPRID In 2013, a series of dramatic accidents in Bangladeshi textile factories caused thousands of casualties, spurring worldwide protests. In the wake of this uproar, a number of corporations and trade unions involved concluded the “Accord on Fire and Building (...) > continue


The globalisation of the crisis and the geopolitical shift (Other)

Wednesday 24 July 2013 by CEPRID
TIBERIO GRAZIANI President of IsAG, director of “Geopolitica” www.istituto-geopolitica.eu — www.geopolitica-rivista.org tiberio.graziani@istituto-geopolitica.eu Five years after the explosion of the financial-economic crisis, and despite numerous analyses and studies produced, and the (...) > continue


MONEY’S GOODNESS (Other)

Moving on towards New Ways of Getting Along
Monday 25 March 2013 by CEPRID
Mailer Mattié Instituto Simone Weil/CEPRID English translation by Sylvia María Valls "To live in this world without knowing the hidden laws of the natural sciences is like ignoring the language of the country one was born in." HazratInayat Khan "It is well enough that people of the nation do (...) > continue


The Plan for a New World Order Stumbles on Geopolitical Realities (Other)

Saturday 1 September 2012 by CEPRID
Imad Fawzi Shueibi Voltaire Network For four centuries, political leaders have tried to create an international order that governs relationships between nations and prevents wars.. While the principle of state sovereignty has yielded results, intergovernmental organizations have mainly (...) > continue


Nicaragua and Libya : connivance and cant (Other)

Tuesday 5 April 2011 by CEPRID
Toni Solo and Jorge Capelan Tortilla con sal Routine self-serving distortion of world events by the corporate and alternative media exists in symbiosis with a willfully deluded narrative of Western moral authority and superiority. That narrative feeds off the systematic hypocrisy and insane (...) > continue


Stop land grabbing now (Other)

Saturday 1 May 2010 by CEPRID
Vía Campesina GRAIN Say NO to the principles of “responsible” agro-enterprise investment promoted by the World Bank State and private investors, from Citadel Capital to Goldman Sachs, are leasing or buying up tens of millions of hectares of farmlands in Asia, Africa and Latin America for food (...) > continue


The UN reforms in circle: “responsibility to protect” (Other)

Friday 30 October 2009 by CEPRID
Alberto Cruz CEPRID The Nobel Prize awarded to the United States President is a sarcastic joke ; they say he received it for his work in favour of a New World Order and for his “move towards multilateralism”. But if anyone has worked hard for that New World Order and for multilateralism so as (...) > continue


Ethics for the New Era (Other)

Sunday 12 July 2009 by CEPRID
Leonardo Boff Theologian Earthcharter Commission No society, either past or present, lives without an ethic. As social beings, we need to develop a certain consensus, restrain certain actions and create collective projects that give meaning and direction to history. Today, due to (...) > continue


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