German philosopher Immanuel Kant divided humans based on the color of their skin. He said that as we scroll down the list, races become less and less intellectually enriched. No doubt, a finer distinction can be drawn between the groups based on this aspect. […]
Although the divisions may be good or bad, we sometimes fragment our community living into social living where the boundaries are created arbitrarily. In fact, this is something that is not actually the part of a real-world itself, but a fiction created by us. […]
Over the decades, the social thinkers have presented different views about the nature of social reality. Some see society as intrinsically competitive, while others think society thrives on the rules of cooperation. […]
The conventional perception of social reality underwent a change during the Industrial Revolution in the mid-19th century. A study of what constitutes an ideal society gives an idea about how society has evolved over the years. […]
The Industrial Revolution brought about a profound change in the society in the 19th century. The new reality was shocking for some, and pleasant for others. The social thinkers presented their different views on studying this new reality. […]
In this episode of The Torch, an expert in the Arthurian Legend and a screenwriter discuss the intersection of page and screen as well as the amazing narrative and cathartic possibilities a good story has to offer.