Posts Tagged ‘discourse’

‘Justice is Indivisible’: Placing Palestine Back at the Center of Muslim Discourse in the West

Source May 4, 2020 Times Square, New York in July 2014, during Israeli brutal military attack on Gaza. (Photo: via AMP) By Ramzy Baroud It was nearly twenty years ago at a Muslim conference in Washington D.C. that I heard the distressing argument that Palestine should not be made a central topic in the American Muslim […]

Report: Mark Zuckerberg Requests Government Rules On “What Discourse Should Be Allowed”

February 17, 2020 By Chris Menahan Have you ever heard of this thing called the “First Amendment,” Mr. Zuckerberg? From Washington Examiner, “‘More guidance and regulation’: Zuckerberg requests government rules on ‘what discourse should be allowed’”: Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg called on Western governments to provide regulatory guidance for how social media companies can […]

Religion and the Posthuman Discourse — Traversing Tradition

The proliferation of transhumanist thought beyond science fiction and into the public space seems, at first, a minor ideological and physical threat. Numerous concerns about the implications of transhumanism have been raised, but few regarding religious implications. Cultural anthropologist Chris Toumey notes in his article in Nature Nanotechnology the small body of literature grounded explicitly […] […]