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What should our relationship be with animals?

It seemed an unlikely spot to bring up a philosophical question of such importance. This was essentially the set of Tiger King, after all. The ring, the cage and the unnatural animal combinations with clever portmanteaus, like Liger and Tigon, gave the impression of one of those side circuses of a bygone era.   We were

What if Carthage had won the Punic Wars?

Written by Lydia Serrant, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Ancient Rome was unquestionably the major influencer of European culture that still resonates to this day. If you are a European, living in Europe, or from a country that is highly influenced by European culture like America, then you would be hard-pressed to go a day without

Carthage: Always the bridesmaid

By Ben Potter What do Spain, Portugal, Malta, Gibraltar, Libya, Morocco, Italy and France have in common? Weather… perhaps. Food… some. Sea? Ah! Now we’re warming up! What if we throw into the mix the names Bomilcar, Hasdrabul, Hamilcar and Terrence? If you’ve got the answer, well done! If you haven’t, then it’s probably because