Terror And Terrorism
The studied statement: "A terrorist is a military operative of a political movement that does not, at the moment of the operation, control any territory. Once a movement controls territory, it becomes the de facto sovereign of that land, and its acts, though indistinguishable in kind from those of a terrorist, must now be considered as the acts of armed forces, not terrorists."
Jacques Derrida about Terrorism
The terrorist act, which took place on September 11, 2001 in the U.S., was not unnoticed by the French thinker Jacques Derrida. A few days after the attack Derrida gave a speech. In his speech, he made it clear that the terrorist attacks in New York unusually sharply raised the question of traditional connection between metaphysics...
The World in 2030
The world is changing at an unprecedented intensity and rate. Policy makers, institutions and nations all over the world are finding themselves responding to these outcomes associated with these changes. Advances in science and technology have had profound impacts on society, which have played a crucial role...