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Desmond Tutu’s Diversities

Posted by on Aug 9, 2011 in Ecology | 3 comments

Desmond Tutu’s Diversities

The 1984 Nobel prize winner, Bishop Desmond Tutu (1), published on the 21. June 2011 in the Huffpost an article called Our Glorious Diversity, Why We Should Celebrate Difference (2). It is difficult not to agree with Mr. Tutu and what he has written. He described the state of Diversity in a very elegant way. Our world, the whole universe is build on diversity. Let us start from the supposedly smallest parts of nature Atoms, which, as Physics tell us, are not anymore regarded as the smallest...

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Diversity or Monotony?

Posted by on Apr 17, 2010 in Ecology | 17 comments

Diversity or Monotony?

The era of Communism is, thanks god,  long over. And may it never come back! Millions of people have been murdered for the dream of a just society, for the paradise of the workers and many more millions have suffered. Why people have to die now for the happiness of a future generation can only be answered in a Dialectical manner, but it isn’t ethically. It doesn’t make sense. The morality of it is important but should not concern us here. The question which concerns us here is why...

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