A seminar in Pasadena discussed the global significance of the Tai Ji Men case and the proposal of an International Day Against Judicial and Tax Persecution by State Power.
One of the fathers of sociology presented solidarity as the necessary cement of societies. Tai Ji Men tells us it should be based on conscience.
Conscience expresses the peculiar, irreducible, and intangible human nature, which makes all persons both similar and diverse. Human rights derive from it.
On United Nations Human Rights Day, international scholars and human rights activists called for a solution of the Tai Ji Men case.
Tai Ji Men dizi both relentlessly promote human rights and are victims of their violation in Taiwan.
Those who claim that human rights are not universal usually are those who do not respect them.
The problem of gender-based violence continues to plague all continents. Tai Ji Men’s proposal of a World Prayer Day may help solving it.
A world in peace is a world without violence—and without violence against women. Tai Ji Men dizi know this by experience.
Rembrandt painted Aristotle contemplating a bust of the Greek poet Homer and wearing the “golden chain of Homer,” a metaphor of unity and a fit symbol for the World Prayer Day.