Last week we examined the "social contract" in some depth, to see if it passes as a legal concept. This week we'll examine two follow-up issues: one that I didn't mention and one that I mentioned, but didn't delve into.
Form time immemorial, humanity has enjoyed the presence of what we might call feminine influences and masculine influences (which don't necessarily involve one or the other sex). These masculine and feminine principles have jointly molded humanity,
In mid-June, the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice, a "hub for human rights study" at New York University (NYU) School of Law, issued a 100-page report detailing the growing dangers of a reliance on digital identity around the world.
...there were a few things about TNG that rubbed me the wrong way, and the biggest of those was the Prime Directive. (It played a small role in the original series, but a large one in TNG.) I couldn't define why it bothered me back in 1990, but the
The Canadian government trampled on fundamental human rights with its COVID restrictions, then overreached on dealing with the Freedom Convoy and must now answer to numerous lawsuits, including one by a former premier, says a well-respected constitut
The UK government is planning to re-work its human rights law to put an increased emphasis on "personal responsibility" and "duties to the wider society", as well as preventing people "abusing" their rights.
The nine people who - somehow - have acquired the absolute and arbitrary power to impose their will on 330-plus million people will decide whether the federal government has the constitutional power to apply force to those 330-plus million, in or
'They'll take your liver and you won't even know': China's real-life Squid Game: How organs are harvested from THOUSANDS every week for a 'kill to order' market - and why the world is powerless to stop it