Required Readings

Required Readings, 18 August 2013

Bhutan’s changes through years of secular education and more in today’s Required Readings. Good morning everyone, enjoy your Sunday, I hope this will be interesting for you all!

83% of students believe abortion should be allowed in Ireland – could it be that religious conflict had a toll on religion’s credibility?

Monasteries make way – secular education changes Bhutan.

What’s Going on in Egypt? – information about Egypt’s turmoil.

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Mauricio Gago

Mauricio Gago

Mauricio Gago teaches chemistry at the University of Costa Rica. He is interested in the comprehension of science and how it helps you identify what's pseudoscience (or not science at all) and what actually lets us understand our world.

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