Monthly Archives For February 2011

Humanism and Darwin Day

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Darwin Day Saturday next, the 12th of February, will mark the 202nd anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth and 152 years since the publication of On the Origin of Species. Every year organisations around the world…

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Life Imitates Art – Part 2

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This is the second part of a two-part article called Life Imitates Art. The first part can be found here. For more information on the devastating legacy of Agent Orange in Viêt Nam, visit www.lenaldis.co.uk…

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Ireland on the Turn?

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Daniel Finn, sometime contributor to Irish Left Review and London Review of Books, as well as many other publications has a very substantial piece on the political and economic consequences of the economic collapse for…

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Tough Negotiators

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As opinion polls keep rolling in and showing either a FG/Labour coalition of a majority FG government, perhaps its time to turn some attention to what is likely to happen in the few months after…

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The Blending of the Irish Left

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Today at the Gresham Hotel there is a conference titled Political Change and People Power which has the expressed aim of discussing the ‘New Political Possibilities in Ireland for all Left-Wing Parties in Partnership with…

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