Since the recent passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, with its requirement of reasonable workplace accommodation for persons having a range of physical and psychological disabilities, the complex situation of workers with... Read More
Blinded at the age of eight in a schoolyard accident, Jacques Lusseyran (b. 1924) nevertheless managed to attend university and become a prominent teacher in his native France. A brilliant student, gifted with political courage and... Read More
American transcendentalism, the nineteenth-century philosophical and literary movement made famous by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Margaret Fuller and A. Bronson Alcott, had at its heart the idea of intuition. The accepted... Read More
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