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Revisit some of our past lectures.
For thousands of years, economic inequality has been a defining feature of civilization. Only violent shocks, such as mass-mobilization warfare, transformative revolutions, state collapse and...
On April 9, Center for Global Humanities Research Fellow George Young, Ph.D., led a discussion on Russian Cosmism at the Harvard Divinity School’s Center for...
UNE Center for Global Humanities presents “What is the Difference between Investing, Speculating, and Gambling?”
For centuries, we have largely agreed that investing is useful and ought to be encouraged, while gambling is dangerous and ought to be discouraged. But...
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