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People used to look to identity as a unifying force around a particular political project, or social endeavour, in order to protect the interest of a group. However, some view identity to be the biggest hindrance to progress (anywhere), and the most negative heritage that would lead a people to conflicts with no end or solution in sight. In fact, it is a drain of resources (human and natural), and it has taken us Arabs/Muslims (in the Middle East) in the opposite direction to the movement of history. I'm in the process of proposing a new Political Theory, the basis of which will be an eff
Salam All was debating whether to put this in the general discussion thread, but knowing SC, this thread will be forgotten about in a matter of days, since mutah and mahdi ism dominate discourse. What got me to writing this thread was, apart from my frustrations, the world people's conference on climate change and the rights of Mother Earth (Gaia), which was held on Bolivia. The countries attending drafted the Universal Declaration of the rights of Mother Earth. When I looked that up it led me to the Gaza foundation, and what caught my eye was, you guessed it, the clear absence of Is
(BISMILLAH) (Salam) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0022103183900343 I think a better title would be "Cruel but brilliant" as it emphasises on the cruelty and negativity of these guys. Basically, this lady found some very interesting results in a study she did on book reviews where she found that those who had negative and harsher reviews were often perceived as being more intelligent and as having greater expertise than those who simply went along and gave a nod. A quote from another guy: "Being negative makes you feel smarter. The guy who says 'I agree' never seems
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