Indian Problem What Was the

It is hard to conclude whether the solution to the “Indian problem” pursued by the U.S. government in the nineteenth century was successful or not because in this case the definition of “success” is problematic. The exterminationist camp would view killing all Indians as a “success,” while for the other Continue Reading

Business Using Gelso (2006), Harlow

Researchers have an occasion to further organizational science and to make research practical by producing information that can impact changing organizational forms and circumstances. Pragmatically, academic researchers are not likely to get access to a company that is going through change unless the practitioners believe the research will be helpful Continue Reading

Pakistan ISI

Pakistans ISI: A Kingdom Within a Kingdom? Pakistan is one of the indispensable allies of the United States in the war on terror, especially in the current struggle against Taliban and other extremist movements in Central Asia. But the American relationship with Pakistan has remained precarious, partly because of the Continue Reading

Theistic Response to the Atheism

Philosophy professor Alvin Plantinga explains that the argument — “If God is omniscient, omnipotent, and all-good, He would have created the best of all possible worlds” — is not satisfactory at all. “How, indeed, could one argue, from the existence of evil that it is unlikely God exists?” (Plantinga, 1974, Continue Reading