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The Future (of the) Social Contract

Erin Pellarin draws a comparison between Dawn and “Beggars in Spain” in her discussion of social contract and how they might affect human relationships in the future. In addition, she contemplates what the future of humanity itself may become; what responsibilities and privileges does a person have in regards to his fellow man? How defined […] Continue reading

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