Rowan Jaines The concept of evil is often understood to be the polar opposite of being morally good. Marcus Singer referred to the term “evil” as the worst possible term of criticism imaginable. He argued that evil is a human phenomenon since evil deeds must flow from the will to do something evil. In other … Continue reading On Good and Evil
Rowan Jaines What is memory and can we trust it? These questions have plagued philosophers since the dawn modern thought. The competing beliefs about the answers to these questions have formed the skeleton of research design, theory, analysis and ethics in social, political and psychological scholarship as well providing rich material for literature and the … Continue reading How Far Can You Trust Your Memory?