In the 21st century, everything appears to revolve around rights – human rights, fundamental rights, constitutional rights. But is a social and international order desirable in which all claims and interests are dressed as subjective rights, and when judging things, all other considerations (morality, religion, rationality, efficiency, public interest or even nature) are subordinated to the imperative of fundamental rights and rights-based reasoning? This, then, is the central query presented by Oxford University Emeritus Professor Nigel Biggar's book What's wrong with rights?.
In this thought-provoking podcast episode, Ernst Roets, a prominent writer, filmmaker, and defender of the Afrikaner (Boer) community, explores the practices and prospects of securing the future of a community in South Africa.
The Islamic financial system is experiencing significant growth with Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Malaysia being the dominant countries in terms of the concentration of Islamic assets. London serves as the center of Islamic finance in the Western world. Islamic banking encompasses various activities such as banking, leasing, securities market, equity market, and investment funds.
In the following, I would like to take a closer look at the high comorbidity of ADHD, as the background of social impairments can often be related to the combined effect of several disorders, which complicates the work of both researchers and clinicians in getting a better grasp at the disorder’s characteristics and diagnosing it.