Applying for a master’s
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Applying for a master’s

So I think that is a fun one this is the serious… – Found it out already! -Yeah! – Who would like to go first? – OK, here we go. What have you done in Oxford that you have never done before? – Built a snowman. – Aw really? – Yeah coming from a tropical […]

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Judah Smith – Liberty University Convocation
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Judah Smith – Liberty University Convocation

Such a privilege to be here and Chancellor Falwell, I didn’t have dinner with Mel Gibson, but I had dinner with my wife a couple of nights ago. She says hello. Sounds like a pretty awesome Spring Break, by the way, just saying. That’s pretty incredible. It’s, you know, goes without saying what a thrill […]

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Indigenous Canada Misconceptions: Trick or Treaty?
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Indigenous Canada Misconceptions: Trick or Treaty?

Due to their inherently trusting nature, Indigenous peoples were constantly taken advantage of by European traders. Not likely. Actually, when the British, French, and other competing European empires arrived in North America, Indigenous peoples already held storied relationships to their territories throughout the continent with their own distinct trading routes and trade structures. Indigenous peoples […]

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Mill “On Liberty” – Freedom & Empire | Philosophy Tube
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Mill “On Liberty” – Freedom & Empire | Philosophy Tube

English philosopher John Stewart Mill’s essay “On Liberty” is one of the classic texts of modern liberalism: it’s been hugely influential in politics, even more so than you might realise, as we’ll be seeing shortly. The question he’s grappling with is, when can the government legitimately restrict your freedoms by imposing and enforcing laws? Always? […]

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