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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
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 ai
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Join your hosts Dagny and Beth as we speak with our special guest Marcy J Maslov. Marcy will be talking with us about trusting our intuition and get started on our own big ideas and her e-Factor!®, a business ethics educational tool, to help people practice solving ethics dilemmas in a fun, creative and engaging manner.
To learn more about Marcy go to www.e-factorgame.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
On the September 4, 2013 episode of Liberal Dan Radio I welcome Jack Marshall to the program. Jack is an ethicist and a lawyer. He is also the president of Pro Ethcis, Ltd and the author of the blog Ethics Alarms.
According to the website:
"Ethics Alarms are the feelings in your gut, the twinges in your conscience, and the sense of caution in your brain when situations involving choices of right and wrong are beginning to develop, fast approaching, or unavoidable. The better your alarms work and the sooner they start sounding, the more likely you are to do the right thing, or at least to use good ethical reasoning to decide what to do. This is a blog that aspires to help keep everyone’s ethics alarms in good working order."
Jack and I will discuss several of the topics that he has brought up on his blog and several others if time permits.
Of course I will also have headlines, tweet of the week, words of redneck wisdom, and more on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk From The Left, That's Right.
If you are listening after the live broadcast you may comment on the items discussed on the show at LiberalDan.com.
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