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How can prejudice be explained in Social Psychological terms?

  Subsequently, if he looks towards the other side of the cafi?? and notices a group of people wearing Manchester United supporters, he will immediately categorize them as the in-group, and feel favourably towards them. He will probably also gravitate towards them and in all likelihood will be able to identify with them and will […]

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Can the historian be confident about his or her conclusions

  Because of the fact that every person has different perceptions, emotions, language and reasoning, its likely to have several different conclusions drawn from the same piece of evidence. This is why, unlike rigor, imagination refers more to the subjective part of history. Both rigor and imagination are necessary to history. While rigor allows the […]

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9/11 Attack

Enough Conspiracy Theories, Already The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions About the Bush Administration and 9/11 By David Ray Griffin. Second edition. Olive Branch Press. 254 pages. $15. The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions By David Ray Griffin Olive Branch Press. 339 pages. $18. Christian Faith and the Truth Behind 9/11: A Call to […]

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