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Noreen O’Carroll

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  • Assisted Suicide, Euthanasia and the Dying with Dignity Bill 2020

    Noreen O’Carroll

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    Dáil Éireann is currently debating the Dying with Dignity Bill 20202. Everyone would like to die with dignity. Debating this would therefore appear to be an uncontroversial thing to do. But the bill is of particular concern, because it proposes radical legislative, medical and social change in Ireland by making provision for assisted suicide and euthanasia.

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  • Autonomy within the European Union: A Relational Perspective

    Ray and Maurice Kinsella

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    The European Union (EU) has, over the decades, been scarred – and indeed its viability called into question – by a succession of interrelated crises. This period of instability dates, more or less, from the European banking crisis, including the resultant economic and socio-political instability across the eurozone and the wider EU.

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  • Autumn 2020: Transformations

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  • Bank Annual Reports: The Place of Sin, Relationships and Social Metrics

    Ray Kinsella

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    Bank Annual Reports: The Place of Sin, Relationships and Social Metrics

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  • Behold a Pale Horse- Horrors and Heritages of Famine

    Cormac Ó Gráda

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    In late January 1849, a woman in her sixties was bludgeoned to death in her own home in Rooskagh, not far from Athlone in the Irish midlands. Margaret Kelly, née Doran, was by all accounts an unpleasant woman.

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  • Brexit and Europe: a Political and Spiritual Challenge

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    Sébastien Maillard

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  • Brian Lenihan (1959-2011): A Note

    Finola Kennedy

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    It is just over ten years since the then Irish Minister of Finance, Brian Lenihan Jnr, died on 10 June 2011, at the early age of fifty-two. He belonged to a gifted, politically engaged family.

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  • Building the Archive of Stigmatic Women Religious

    Kristof Smeyers

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    Kristof Smeyers

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  • Calvinists and Lutherans: Contesting the European Reformation

    Graeme Murdock

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    Calvinists and Lutherans: Contesting the European Reformation

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  • Careful Thought Needed on Border Polls

    John Bruton

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    The history of Northern Ireland since 1920 demonstrates the danger of attempting to impose, by a simple majority, a constitutional settlement and an identity on a minority, who feel they have been overruled. Those pressing for an early border poll on Irish unity, which would have to take place in both parts of Ireland, should reflect on this. Such a poll could repeat the error of 1920 and add to divisions, rather than diminish them.

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  • Catholic Education – the International Context

    Paul Meany

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    The Irish education system, like others around the world, has evolved from a combination of religious, political, philosophical and economic factors.

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  • Catholic Reform in Ireland in a European Context

    Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin

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    Catholic Reform in Ireland in a European Context

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