26 February, 2015
“It is difficult to see how democracy, which is based on the principle of the will of the majority of the citizens, establishes the validity of principles and moral values, without being supported by the convictions of the majority, and without entering or imposing a dogmatism that is essentially strange to democracy as a form of government” (Card. Joseph Ratzinger, Benedict XVI).
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29 September, 2014
A study published by BioMed Central Neurology has urgently arisen to qualify among the patient in persistent vegetative state and the patient in minimally conscious state. Read the rest of this entry »
17 September, 2014
Citizens and workers in most European countries (Greece, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Italy, and so on) that suffer the consequences of the current economic depression (unemployment increase, wages and salaries reduction, freezing pensions, and so on) are being forced by present governments to finance the losses of banks and savings banks that embarked on reckless financial adventures with our taxes through appropriate aids, guarantees, soft loans and even deliveries of capital sunk. Everything needs to avoid the bankruptcy and the negative consequences of saving loss by depositors. Read the rest of this entry »