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A minimally acceptable ethical life involves using a substantial part of one’s spare resources to make the world a better place.
This conversation is the tenth in the series, Trench Democracy: Participatory Innovation in Unlikely Places.
Albert W. Dzur
And its cure.
“What should be the starting point for twenty-first-century thought?”
On Larry Siedentrop's Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism.
Scientists have discarded the moral authority that previously accrued to their vocation.
When it comes to consent, feminists and Christians agree.
Fifty years later, One-Dimensional Man looks more prescient than its author could have imagined.
Can Israel be both Jewish and democratic?
In Thrown, Kerry Howley explores the fleeting ecstasy of a brutal sport.
A little surveillance can do us a lot of good.
William H. Simon
History has shown time and again that it is not possible to dehumanize an enemy while treating their cousins, aunts, and uncles with respect.
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Daniel Akihiro Iwama
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