Jurisprudence

Beating The Clash of Extremisms:  Civilizational Hybridity and Trust-Building in The Multicultural West
History, Jurisprudence, Politics

Beating The Clash of Extremisms: Civilizational Hybridity and Trust-Building in The Multicultural West

I would like to highlight how the concept of civilizational hybridity and efforts aiming at building trust along religious lines as exemplified by the event we are commemorating this evening can help counter the harmful effects of the two most prevalent and arguably most pernicious, but unfortunately not only, forms of extremism today namely ethno-nationalism associated with white supremacist groups and religious associated with violent Islamic radicalism. I will do so from a historically informed perspective of examining the historical nature of the civilizational interactions between the Arabo-Islamic civilization and that of the Latin Christian West.   The Clash of Extremisms In the 1990s in the aftermath of the Cold War, the concept of the Clash of Civilisations gained tracti...
Universe: Origin and Its Existence
Economy, Jurisprudence

Universe: Origin and Its Existence

The universe is ground to several or hundreds of thousands of species and objects. The learning of everything that exists on the planet or universe (the entire system of things) is called cosmology. This is a relatively new branch of physical science. Here we will be unable to answer some of the big questions such as “is the universe was spontaneously created out of nothing or created by an intelligent designer? Is the universe infinite? And how did it come into being? Will it ever come to an end? Humans have begun to find some kind of conceptual framework for answering questions about the planet or universe or world and their relationship to it. Here we could get numerous theories on the origin of the universe like the Big Bang, Steady State theory, and theory or belief of creation by th...