CALL FOR PAPERS – 2020

CALL FOR PAPERS – 2020

The theme for the 2020 TAFFD’s Magazine is HEALTHCARE, LONGEVITY, TECHNOLOGY, AND POST COVID 19 POLITICS, SOCIETY, AND ECONOMICS Sub-themes: 1. THE CHALLENGES OF MAINTAINING HEALTH IN THE MIDST OF POVERTY AND HUNGER. 2. SOCIAL AND PHYSICAL DISTANCING AND GLOBAL SOLIDARITY. 3. FEAR AS THE NEW WORLD ORDER. 4. DISPLACEMENT/ […]

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“State of Emergency” Prerogative Facing Public Health Threats

“State of Emergency” Prerogative Facing Public Health Threats

By Malak Trabelsi Loeb   Introduction Health has a fundamental impact on the very nature of human functioning, which represents the essence of every sphere of a state’s continuity. Without healthy communities, productivity would be disrupted, socioeconomic development would be hindered, and the drive to creativity would be faded. On […]

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Satellite Technologies’ Role in Healthcare

Satellite Technologies’ Role in Healthcare

By Malak Trabelsi Loeb Introduction Space technologies as Remote Observation and civil space-based Earth Observation and its applications capabilities have become indispensable. Their crucial role in improving humankind’s daily life could be evidenced in its importance to connect people via telecommunication satellites and to support their commercial transactions. In practice […]

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Literal Education in Contradistinction to the so-called Formal Education.

Literal Education in Contradistinction to the so-called Formal Education.

Literal Education in Contradistinction to the so-called Formal Education. A Philosophical Response to Ozioma Okey-Kalu’s How to make Education reduce Poverty in Africa.   General Introduction It is very pertinent to recall that the French hermeneutic phenomenologist, Jean Paul Gustave Ricoeur had surmised before his death in 2005, that “Nobody […]

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Coronavirus – Is it Really a Breaking News at This Stage?

Coronavirus – Is it Really a Breaking News at This Stage?

Despite the fact that we had prior warnings or knew that the issue of the coronavirus in the country is inevitable, some South Africans were still shocked by the news of its presence in the country. Instead of calmly discussing and agreeing on an action plan to deal with the […]

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