Tomer Gardi: without limits, without rules

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The American Friend | Opinion

Thomas Kuhn (1922-1996) was an American physicist, historian and philosopher of science whose book published in 1962, The structure of scientific revolutions, had a profound influence in academic circles. For Kuhn (1962), the development of science is not linear. In the periods the author calls normal science, a specific scientific point of view, theory or … Read more

Why a Berliner emigrated to the south of France

written book Why a Berliner emigrated to the south of France Updated: 05/18/2022 05:56 | Reading time: 6 minutes Journalist and author Brenda Strohmaier emigrated to Marseille, in the south of France, after many years in Berlin. Photo: Rebecca Marshall Journalist and author Brenda Strohmaier has moved from Berlin to Marseille. Your book on starting … Read more

The cost of college studies in the United States, a major problem in the Democratic primaries – Liberation

The scene dates from May 19. And she’s been all over the world. That Sunday, students from the private Morehouse College in Atlanta gathered under a blazing sun to receive their degrees. An illustrious speaker, businessman Robert F. Smith, the richest African American in the United States according to forbes, was invited to speak to … Read more