There is something precious in our being mysteries to ourselves, in our being unable ever to see through even the person who is closest to our heart and to reckon with him as though he were a logical proposition or a problem in accounting.
— Rudolf Bultmann, born in 1884
Fact-checkers need more staff, more resources, and help against incredible odds fighting malignant falsehoods
The remains of Josephine Baker will be reinterred at the Pantheon in Paris, the final resting place of many French luminaries. She'll be the first Black woman to be so honored.
ATO wants to establish a cloud-based data and analytics platform A new data and analytics platform would allow the ATO to boast near real-time data storage, processing, consumption, insights, and analytics, it said.
Shakespeare’s quote from Twelfth Night speaks to the station of individuals and its relation to leadership in the political sphere is easy to make: monarchs are born into their rule; warlords and dictators seize power by force and maintain it through intimidation; and democratically appointed leaders are given their positions by the voice of the people.