Society, Politics & Philosophy

Academic PhilosophyBertrand Russell designed a very true observation when he said that: ‘Morally, a thinker who works by using his professional competence for nearly anything except a disinterested search for fact is guilty of a form of treachery’. An educational paper you will never find in just our academic philosophy part of the Society, Politics […]

New Novel Set in Homosexual Society Explores Reverse Discrimination

Patricia Marie Budd’s Hadrian’s Rage is a fascinating upside-down look at a country in the twenty-second century in part of what was Canada. In the country of Hadrian, homosexuality is the norm and heterosexuality is frowned upon and, until recently, illegal. Hadrian was named for the gay Roman emperor, and its goal is population control […]