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EDITORIAL: A Fragile Tapestry

EDITORIAL: A Fragile Tapestry

Constitutions represent the aspirations of a nation, delineating the basic legal principles that ought to guide it. But what happens when a political [...]
The Cubist Othello

The Cubist Othello

A noted film critic writes about one of Shakespeare’s best known abusers of power. The play, Yacowar argues, is based upon the collision of multiple p [...]
Power makes the world go round

Power makes the world go round

“O, it is excellent to have a giant's strength, but it is tyrannous to use it like a giant.” ― William Shakespeare, Measure for Measure [...]
Do Dogs Have Souls?

Do Dogs Have Souls?

Originally printed in HP #150: Mike Matthews takes a light-hearted look at an issue that seems to vex some non-humanists. The subject is raised again [...]
The Somalia Affair

The Somalia Affair

An inside look at a dark episode in the history of the Canadian military, and the Canadian government. Power was abused actively by our troops in Soma [...]
Believing Women

Believing Women

We want to believe women who make claims about being abused by more powerful men, but the notion of always doing so is philosophically problematic. [...]
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