Our Own Identity’s website is dedicated to promoting the new scientific approach to understanding identity. Tips on how to use the site to maximum benefit are provided in this short guide.
“Halloween Reflections on a Peculiar Graveyard Incident” recounts an incident which took place in Glasnevin Graveyard in 1967 at the tomb of Irish Volunteer Cyril Keogh, who fought in the 1916 Rising in Dublin and was involved in the War of Independence.
A comparison of three definitions of identity are offered; which one will you pick?
The intellectual capacity of mankind gives us the potential to break the natural trajectory of evolution; but what does it mean for human identity?
The third Letter to America which has been uploaded to Thinkspot website is called Roots of Colonial Racism.
It traces the roots of racial tensions in North America that began in Ireland.
There is no way to bring all the disparate perspectives of Irish identity together and come up with a unified concept