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Racism, Law, & Politics (Race Part 1) | Philosophy Tube

August 19, 2019 at 12:24 pm | Articles, Blog | Colt Stanton -

This video is part one of two. In this episode we’ll be exploring the work of Falguni Sheth and learning about race, racialization, and political philosophy. In part two we’ll look at a case study and discuss the racialization of Muslims in so-called Western liberal societies. We’ve got a lot of ground to cover today

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“Racism, Law, & Politics (Race Part 1) | Philosophy Tube”

Mitt’s Magical Mormon Undies: Penn Jillette’s Rant Redux

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Mitt Romney is wearing crazy underwear.  He’s wearing magic underwear.  He is.  I mean, under his pants, he is wearing magic underwear.  Magic underwear.  And he believes that a convicted con man got golden tablets that no one else could see, and sat with an angel to find out that the original Jews of the

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“Mitt’s Magical Mormon Undies: Penn Jillette’s Rant Redux”

Is Tibet a Country?

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Tibet is a place that, throughout history, has always somehow remained isolated. Tall mountains and harsh climate have guarded this place from Intruders for hundreds of years. and kept the land mystery for most. But, over the course of the last century, and even into the 21st century this region has gone through some drastic

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“Is Tibet a Country?”

What is Mercosur?

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For most channels that deal with history and geography, there comes a time when they realize they haven’t said anything about Africa or South America. I’ve definitely talked a good deal about Africa in the past, but I haven’t really talked much about South America. You know… my own neighbors. Conveniently however, there is an

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“What is Mercosur?”

Why Doesn’t the U.S. Have a Multi-Party Political System? | Sean Wilentz

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The two party system is inevitable in America. The framers designed a constitution that they thought would be without political parties. They didn’t like political parties. They thought political parties were divisive. They thought political parties would ruin the commonwealth as they saw it. They didn’t like them, and yet they designed a system in

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“Why Doesn’t the U.S. Have a Multi-Party Political System? | Sean Wilentz”

America has outgrown its ‘Judeo-Christian’ label. What’s next? | Eboo Patel

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When I go to college campuses, one of the ways I like to open my talk is I say, when the Mayflower Pilgrims landed on the eastern seaboard and they approached Plymouth Rock, they dusted it off, they saw etched on the stone the words, “Judeo-Christian nation.” And there’ll be a long pause, and all

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“America has outgrown its ‘Judeo-Christian’ label. What’s next? | Eboo Patel”

Short-term thinking is politics’ most epic failure | Jill Lepore

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So if you look at the history of political parties, the Republican Party is founded in 1854 in Wisconsin and it’s founded by a bunch of people that were exiles from other parties, which were mostly short-lived parties. It’s founded by both women and men; it’s the first political party that is founded by women

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“Short-term thinking is politics’ most epic failure | Jill Lepore”