De Kunst van het Recht/The Art of Law

Art review: The Groeninge Museum’s temporary exhibition De Kunst van het Recht/The Art of Law covers artworks from 1450-1750, sweeping the visitor along a thoughtful and often unsettling path.  By: Ben Blunnie  The breadth of the exhibition is wide — starting with the trumpets of the Apocalypse heralding the Last Judgement, taking the viewer through classical and biblical stories of justice, and ending with … More De Kunst van het Recht/The Art of Law

Vers un perroquet polyglotte ?

En Afrique de l’Ouest, des milliers de langues cohabitent, symbole de la richesse de ce territoire. Néanmoins, la mondialisation et le peu de politiques protectrices menacent certaines langues minoritaires de disparition. Cette crise des langues, aux répercussions sociales indéniables, a aussi des effets insolites. Le Nigeria est l’un des pays monde les plus reconnus pour … More Vers un perroquet polyglotte ?

Book review: Why good people are divided by politics and religion?

This article is about moral standards. It is based on a book written by a social and cultural psychologist, a professor in the US, Jonathan Haidt. Haidt explains that the mind works as a rider on an elephant. He uses the elephant as a metaphor because it is more difficult to control than a horse. … More Book review: Why good people are divided by politics and religion?