LEO

Home » Posts tagged 'Violence'

Tag Archives: Violence

La Crise des Réfugiés: Une Comparaison

By Jenny Deveaux, VI Form
La Crise des Réfugiés: Une Comparaison
Editor’s Note: The assignment in Advanced French–Francophone World:“Create an infographic screenshot-2016-11-08-00-55-47that makes a comparison between the refugee crisis during and after the second world war and the current crisis in 2016. You may identify some guiding questions of your own.”

(more…)

1946 et 2016: Deux Crises des Réfugiés

By Lucy Cao, Keely Dion, Nick Hadlock, and Michael Nantais, VI Form; Summer Hornbostel, V Form; Selina Wu, IV Form

1946 et 2016: Deux Crises des Réfugiés

Editor’s Note: The assignment in Advanced French–Francophone World:“Workingscreenshot-2016-10-24-21-53-50 together you are going to create an infographic that makes a comparison between the refugee crisis during and after the second world war and the current crisis in 2016. You may identify some guiding questions of your own. (more…)

Anarchism 101

By Claudia Chung, VI Form

Anarchism 101

First and foremost, I feel the need to clarify the definition and etymology of the word Anarchism. Etymology traces the word back to its Greek roots of an (without) and arkhos (leader, chief). From the two parts, comes the words anarkhia and anarkhos and, eventually, anarchy and anarchism. All the words have one identical meaning: without rulers. It is due to the common misuse of the word in literature and entertainment media that anarchy has now become synonymous with anomie. Anomie, despite also having its roots in Greek, comes from the word anomia and carries the definition of “lawless.” Now that we have differentiated between anarchy and anomie, we can move on to the true meaning of anarchism. (more…)