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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mark Crisp 
 Article Title :: George Soros
Today, as a 70% owner of $2.1 billion Quantum, the world's largest offshore investment fund, Soros and the other six managing directors split 15% of the annual profits.He spends most of his time in his home in England and helping fellow Hungarians and other Eastern Europeans reacquaint themselves with capitalism. To bankroll that effort, he created the Open Society Fund in 1979 and the Soros Foundation-Hungary in 1984. Known as "an alternate ministry of culture," the foundation helped establish a management training center in an old castle outside Budapest.Now there are foundations in 10 Central and Eastern European countries aimed at cultural and economic revitalization. So  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: David Oppenheimer 
 Article Title :: Rousseau - Slavery, War, and Natural Law
Jean-Jacques Rousseau in his writing The Social Contract, (Rousseau), philosophizes on what a civil society entails. Rousseau shows great ability to allow reason to prevail over manipulation in his political assertions. In the writings ‘Of Slavery’ section, Rousseau examines the nature of conflicts and alleges that war exists between states and not man. Rousseau applies reason to the actions of man and claims it to be a requirement for civil society to exist. Following his logic, he surmises that slavery of individuals and/or whole societies cannot exist in a civil world because this contract would be invalid in the eyes of reason and nature. I believe Rousseau’s ideas are soun  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Fahmi Samir 
 Article Title :: Ritual Suicide
Seppuku (Sape-puu-kuu), the Japanese formal language term for ritual suicide (Hara-kiri (Har-rah-kee-ree) is the common language term), was an intregal aspect of feudal Japan (1192-1868). It developed as an intregal part of the code of bushido and the discipline of the samurai warrior class.Hara-kiri, which literally means "stomach cutting" is a particularly painful method of self-destruction, and prior to the emergence of the samurai as a professional warrior class, was totally foreign to the Japanese.The early history of Japan reveals quite clearly that the Japanese were far more interested in living the good life than in dying a painful death. It was not until well after   (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: George Lockett 
 Article Title :: Digital Clocks and the Synchronies in Life
A look at how digital clocks show synchronies as the new energy become more integratedI would like to start with the understanding that all things are within me and I am becoming aware on a daily basis that this is so.I am becoming aware of spirit round me, and the intelligence that this spiritual energy displays. For example, my eyes keep being drawn towards digital clocks to check the time. The numbers on the clock usually form an interesting pattern, like I had a 13:13, 18:18 and a 22:22.I have also found that spirit can multiply for example I've had 06:18 and divide 04:21 where 2 was half four and 1 was half 2. You may think that this is a coincidence, but it is h  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Kavit Haria 
 Article Title :: When Do You Need A Manager?
With an unsigned act, artist managers have to assume multiple roles: booking agent, graphic designer, publicist, promoter…Most artists and bands want to achieve success in the music business, for instance earning enough from travelling and playing their beloved instrument to quitting their day job. Good management is almost always necessary to achieve any measure of success in this tough business. Many musicians are intelligent and resourceful, and certainly have the capacity to manage their own affairs, but the artist that can handle all this and progress in his art without losing focus and/or sanity is rare.The basic question is when do you need a manager?The simp  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Phil Gerbyshak 
 Article Title :: Management Guru Peter Drucker, 95, Dies
Peter Drucker, one of the most influential people in the innovative management age passed away on November 11, 2005, at the age of 95. The world will never be the same because of him.While I never had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Drucker, I think it's safe to say that his style had a huge impact on my life and the way I manage and lead. He stressed the importance of treating non-management as highly valued individuals, something that to most of us now is a no-brainer, but years ago, this was an amazingly innovative idea.It's amazing to think about how much times have changed because of this one fantastic individual. Jack Welch, the former CEO of General Electic, credits a con  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Josef Grgas 
 Article Title :: My Trouble with Che
Symbolic t-shirts offer a simple way to make a statement with maximum impact. As the saying goes, “a picture tells a thousand words” and these days there are far more than a thousand different t-shirts emblazoned with iconographic art that can help you say it. One classic t shirt that appears to be making a comeback is that of Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara, Argentinean revolutionary and right hand man of Fidel Castro. He has been a poster boy for the radical left for the last 50 years and he’s now more visible than ever due to the “Motorcycle Diaries”, a film depicting his formative years. One effect of iconography is that once something has been elevated to the position of ‘icon  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Philip Gardiner 
 Article Title :: The Mysterious Head of St Teilo: An Untold Tale With Far Reaching Implications
A traditional story relates how one fine day a group of monks were transporting the bones of a Dark Age Welsh Saint from one shrine to another. Having grown weary, the monks rested at a house along the way. One of the other residents of the house was moaning pitifully in pain and so the good prior took some water and blessed it solemnly.Then most strangely the Prior took a little of the “earth” he found in the skull of a saint and “caused the party to drink it; which was no sooner passed downe into the sicke mans stomack, but he fell soundly asleep, and when he awaked, found himselfe of his daungerous and painefull infirmity perfectly recovered.”This little story rev  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Philip Gardiner 
 Article Title :: The Serpent Sword
In The Quest of the Holy Grail, a uniquely alchemical tale, the sword is seen as a fiery serpent. It is the sword of King David, made by the wise Solomon (Sol Om On) with a pommel stone of all the colors of the earth, with two rib hilts, one made from the fish of the Euphrates and the other the serpent.It is said to resemble the sword of Arthur, which itself is said to be serpentine in the Dream of Rhonabwy. When Arthur’s sword is drawn it was said that two flames of fire burst out of the jaws of the two serpents, and so wonderful was the sword that it was hard for anyone to gaze at it. It is necessary for Arthur to maintain ownership of the sword, whether it is the sword from th  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Philip Gardiner 
 Article Title :: Here Be Dragons: The Strange Enigma of Serpent Mounds
Over the course of many years and with more air-miles than I care to remember, I have journeyed on a quest to uncover the secrets of the ancient serpent cults that I reveal in my books. But each time I journey, I discover something new. There truly is a whole new world opening up before our eyes and suddenly and often without warning we are faced with a re-interpretation of history that we are simply not looking for.Now in another twist in the tale of the serpent I uncover one of the ancient truths about dragons, remembering that in myth and in ancient history, dragons and serpents are intertwined like the coils of a pit viper.We need to begin in America of all places, for t  (read full article)
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