Barack Lets Bashir Walk

Featured Columnist – Meditations Martin LeFerveOmar al-Bashir, the President of Sudan who has been indicted by the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity, has been...
Presidential Candidates

Costa Rica Prepares to Elect New President

In the varied offer of the elections in Costa Rica, which are held next Sunday, 13 candidates contest the presidency, although four of them...

May 29th: National Day Of People With Disabilities

Since 2008, the legislative assembly of Costa Rica decreed this day so that as a society we take concrete measures to achieve the full...

Dialogue: We Aren’t Our Memories and Experiences

Upstream, a male mallard, its green, florescent head glinting and almost glowing in the bright, late afternoon sunlight, stands in the middle of a...

Regarding Guilt and Responsibility

Having been raised Catholic when the Mass was still in Latin, and before the Roman Catholic Church became linked with pedophilia, I learned a...

Growing Social Media Use in Costa Rica Presents Privacy Concerns

Social media has changed the way people communicate. It seems that each year of the past decade, a new social media platform emerges and...

Where There’s Will, There’s No Way

Featured Columnist – Meditations Martin LeFerveA neuroscientist named Benjamin Libet made a remarkable discovery at the University of California, San Francisco in the mid-1980’s. Placing electrodes...

Enlightenment Revisited

The question of enlightenment is so fraught with projection and tradition that it is almost impossible to use the word without getting caught in...
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