Cario – My City, Our Revolution. By- Ahdaf Soueif (Bloomsberry Publication ) Post Elections- Egypt Retrospectively An election-monitoring organization funded by the United States is the flouted debacle. In a political context the idea of a sponsor of Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the former army field marshal, who was conceived as the candidate of the […]
Arched umbrella roofs collided with each other, the only maintenance of contact, with one and the other.
“I want to know you’re there, but I want to be alone,” she sings. If only for a minute or two, I want to see what it feels like to be without you. I want to know the touch of my own skin Against the sun, against the wind. I walked out in a field, […]
Probably the single most important paper in Philosophy today in terms of the content of the conception it expresses. “The contemporary world is caught in a mythological paradox. On the one hand, the dominant (Western) milieu is one that continuously recycles its themes of individual expression, free choice, infinite possibility and so on. On the […]
One of the main reasons for anarchism gaining hegemony in these movements should be traced back to the 1950s and the 1960s, when imperialist intervention by the social imperialist Soviet Union in the Eastern Europe led to the disillusionment with Socialism itself. So Lyotard postulated that all metanarratives, that is to say, all progressive projects […]
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