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The Map of Tiny Perfect Things is a film adaptation of a short story by fantasy writer Lev Grossman. The plot is not entirely original: people trapped in a time loop are forced to relive the same day over and over again. The film, directed by Ian Samuels and featuring two teenagers, Margaret (Kathryn Newton)… Read the full article

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“Russia needs to be frozen”: these words, which are attributed to a 19th century thinker and also to a government official, best express the current intentions of those wielding power and of conservative ideologues in Russia. During the inauguration of a monument dedicated to Czar Alexander III – who on March 13, 1881, had succeeded… Read the full article

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The silent spread of Covid-19 took local and international authorities by surprise. Its arrival highlighted the scandalous absence of effective policies for the prevention and management of contagious diseases, the enormous inequalities that exist in the world, and the lack of coordination of health strategies on a global scale.[1] The threat of the invisible and… Read the full article

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“We cannot fully know ourselves without first knowing the nature of all living creatures,” wrote Ambrose of Milan in the fourth century.[1] Three centuries earlier, Paul had drawn a line from creation to the Creator: “Ever since the creation of the world his eternal power and divine nature, invisible though they are, have been understood… Read the full article

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The 21st century is no longer a child. However young it may still seem to us, the global events that we have lived through have already made this century as dramatic as the last one. Probably in the annals of history its beginnings will be remembered for the global challenges that characterized them, such as… Read the full article

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Since the February 1 coup, the Tatmadaw – the official name of Myanmar’s armed forces – has escalated its crackdown on citizens protesting against the military takeover that ousted Myanmar’s democratically elected government. Unfortunately, this brutal reaction is only the latest in a series of repressive moves across Southeast Asia in recent years as political groups, backed by powerful… Read the full article

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In an address to a group of scientists who were then dealing with the “new physics,” Albert Einstein[1] said: “The quantum problem is so extraordinarily important and difficult that we should all give it our undivided attention.”[2] Quantum mechanics is currently the most complete physics theory to describe matter, radiation and mutual interactions, especially in… Read the full article

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This previously unpublished text is a set of notes intended for further study. It can be dated between the end of 1987 and the middle of 1988, when Fr. Bergoglio was working on his thesis on Romano Guardini and was examining the use of Marxist analysis in the interpretation of reality, which he saw as… Read the full article

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