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This show will be simulcast on ModernRock 91.5. Listen in HD at http://ethicstalk.cmich.edu.
Join us tonight on Ethics Talk as we sit down with our friends from Campus Grow. We will discuss the current state of our global food system. We will take a look at the impacts of subsidies, GMOs (genetically modified organisms), and the global dependence on imports/exports. Consider: Where did your dinner come from? Where should it come from? Who is impacted in what way when I eat? Are the ethical dimensions of food so grave as to implicate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? These are just a few of the questions that will be addressed on this week's episode of Ethics Talk.
We will be discussing the importance of spiritual ethics in an ever-changing world. Please join your hosts Sheryl and Nick for our final show, which will be thought-provoking, relevant and insightful for those undergoing the difficult challenges of Ascension at this time. We invite you to paste and click on the following link to join the growing numbers dedicated to making gratitude a part of each day: http://www.worldgratitude.com/9agreements.html
Where did your dinner come from? Where should it come from? Who is impacted in what way when I eat? Are the ethical dimensions of food so grave as to implicate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? These are just a few of the questions that will be addressed on this week's episode of Ethics Talk.
In this show, we continue our conversation about the Ethics of Eating with special guests Campus Grow. In last week's show, we focused on some facts about the U.S. food system. This week, we aim to discuss the ethical dimension of those facts. This show will be simulcast on ModernRock 91.5. Listen in HD at http://ethicstalk.cmich.edu.
Dialogue between me and James Ellias. Tackling the fundamental questions of ethical theory in philosophy
Focus on Ayn Rand's attempt to establish an objective theory of morality, my concerns with that attempt, and the general major questions of ethics
James and I wanted to have a conversation about a long standing set of questions and making it publically available is great added value.
Promised early on podcast would include regular philosophical conversation, and here it is.
might end up running into second episode due to time constraints.
Meet Carma Spence, Founder of the Own Your Awesome In Business & Life Coaching.
Carma decided to test drive our FREE 12 week overview course.
Follow along as Carma shares her gut-level, frank reactions to the overview of each chapter of Pay Me What I'm Worth.
This tenth of twelve episodes focuses on chapter nine: Ethics and integrity. Carma unravels the difference between ethics and morals and why it's important to know these difference. These differences impact your integrity! How? Listen to learn how . . .
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on changing personality traits, debating Christian versus Objectivist ethics, conning jerks and blowhards, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Can I reclaim lost personality traits?
Question 2: Why is the Objectivist ethics superior to Christian ethics?
Question 3: Is it wrong to con jerks and blowhards?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
How should we think about alcohol? Can consumption of alcohol be a good thing, from an ethical perspective? Is there a ‘best’ alcohol? What interests are served by our minimum drinking age, and how should we think about exceptions? (i.e, Wisconsin) Contrary to popular belief, there’s more to beer than getting drunk, and we eve plan to consult Aristotle on the topic. Join special guests Dr. John Meixner, Dr. Joshua Smith, and the rest of the EthicsTalk team on this week’s 91.5 episode
Note: This show will be simulcast on 91.5. and the audio on BTR will be suboptimal. To listen to this show live in HD, go to:
The practice of mediation is largely unregulated throughout the United States. In contrast to more formalized professions, such as nursing, social work, law, medicine or accounting, mediators generally have a fraction of the training, have no required ethics code, and no minimum quality testing. Dr. Goetz will chronicle current efforts in voluntary mediator certification underway in California to raise the level of mediator education and training and require a binding ethics code to serve the public.
Dr. Goetz has trained hundreds of mediators during the last 7 years through the California State University system. Prior to developing the mediation program, he was the founding Dean and President of Concord Law School, the first nationally accredited online law school. Dr. Goetz advocates for a stronger sense of professionalism in the field of mediation, and recently co-authored with Dr. Jennifer Kalfsbeek the article “Serving the Public: The Case for Formally Professionalizing Court-Connected and Litigated Case Mediation.” He currently serves as the co-chair of a Southern California Mediation Association Ad Hoc Committee on Voluntary Mediator Certification.
Pattie Porter, LCSW, AAP is the President of Conflict Connections®, Inc. in San Antonio, TX.
Tracy Culbreath is currently a graduate student at the Univ. of Baltimore pursuing a Master’s in Negotiation and Conflict Management.