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Meet Rui Moreira | A politician committed to culture | Leaders in Action Society
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Meet Rui Moreira | A politician committed to culture | Leaders in Action Society

We had a huge family with my father and mother, we were eight. And we lived with my grandmother, in a huge house near the sea. What marks me more was the sailing with my father. Because we lived near

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Johnson insists he opposed early release for terrorists long before London Bridge attack
Trump’s wild day at the NATO summit
PHILOSOPHY – Plato
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PHILOSOPHY – Plato

Athens, 2400 years ago. It’s a compact place: only about a quarter of a million people live here. There are fine baths, theatres, temples, shopping arcades and gymnasiums It’s warm for more than half the year. This is also home

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Meritocracy
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Meritocracy

Politicians from all walks of life nowadays agree on one thing: we need to build more meritocratic societies. That is, societies where everyone, no matter what their background is, has the chance to succeed on their own merits. This is

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SOCIOLOGY – Alexis De Tocqueville
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SOCIOLOGY – Alexis De Tocqueville

Democracy was achieved by such a long arduous and heroic struggle that it can feel embarrassing even shameful to be pretty Disappointed by it Perhaps the best guy to such feelings and to Modern democracy in general is a 19th

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Why electric scooters are illegal in New York and London
The (Secret) City of London, Part 1: History
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The (Secret) City of London, Part 1: History

# The (Secret) City of London — Part 1 The Great City of London, known for its historical landmarks, modern skyscrapers, ancient markets and famous bridges. It’s arguably the financial capital of the world and home to over eleven *thousand*

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President Obama Addresses the British Parliament
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President Obama Addresses the British Parliament

Speaker: Mr. President, ladies and gentlemen, history is more than the path left by the past. It influences the present and can shape the future. We meet today in Westminster Hall, a building begun 900 years ago when the Vikings

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PHILOSOPHY – Aristotle
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PHILOSOPHY – Aristotle

Aristotle was born around 384 BC in the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia where his father was the royal doctor. He grew up to be arguably the most influential philosopher ever, with modest nicknames like ‘the master’ and simply ‘the

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