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  • 02:00

    Spiritual Ethics

    in Culture

    We will be discussing the importance of spiritual ethics in an ever-changing world.

  • 02:00

    Spiritual Ethics

    in Culture

    We will be discussing the importance of spiritual ethics in an ever-changing world.

  • 00:56

    The Ethics of Eating

    in Education

    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.

  • 02:00

    Spiritual Ethics

    in Culture

    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

  • 00:55

    The Ethics of Eating: Part 2

    in Education

    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.

  • Psychic Ethics

    in Lifestyle

    We welcome special guest Marion Julia Hedger for a discussion on psychic ethics. What is expected of a psychic, stereotypes, and how to get the most information out of your next reading.

  • 01:47

    Show Me The Money: Ethics and Money

    in Politics Progressive

    Last Sunday we started a conversation about money in politics and we want to continue it and add some voices to the dialog. So William Perry of GA Watchdogs will be joining us as well as some other guest to talk about ethics in the process. You know this will be a interesting conversation so please join us as we ask the politicans to SHOW ME THE MONEY!!! Also tune in for our Bern Treatment as we talk about organizing grassroots for Bernie and We have a very bad Dirty List this week so Tune in!! It's Down South and Dirty Baby!!! So call in and join us on Facebook and Twitter!

  • 01:15

    Ethics of the Aquarium Trade

    in Environment

    Join Ray Owczarzak in welcoming an old friend Doug Ludemann.  Doug and I worked together a long time ago in a galaxy far far away.  (Sorry for the reference). Doug has years of experience in the public and private aquarium fields and currently owns and operates Fish Geeks. 


    I’ve wanted to do a show on the ethical issues involved in the aquarium hobby and field for some time.  When I first began my pet trade career at the age of 16 at a small mom and pop shop in Illinois, I was wide eyed and ignorant to the dark side of the trade.  I sold snake head after snake head destined for home tanks without any thought about the possible impacts.  Now that I live in Maryland, where the snake head makes advances year after year in waterways, I wonder about my past actions.


    What other dark secrets are there in the aquarium hobby?  I think, in retrospect, that any financial endeavor that requires the sale of live animals inherently has a few dark secrets.  In fact, they are too numerous to mention in an hour show, but we will give it a shot. 


    Don’t get me wrong, I believe that the industry and hobby have many ethical companies and the preponderance of hobbyists are top notch.  But as the saying goes, a few bad apples…  Hopefully the discussion will provide some food for thought on the businesses that listeners use.  Making ethical choices are up to the end consumer.  We as a people have the best chance at guiding the future.  So don’t just sit back be a Witness, but make a change for the better.  As always, I hope that people join in the conversation and call in with thoughts and stories.  

  • 00:15

    The Ethics of being an Author (or how NOT to behave badly!)

    in Books

    Kathryn Le Veque explores the ethics of the author, in particuarly the Indie author, and how their behavior can affect career and reader's perception, very important if an author intends to have longevity. Don't miss this discussion!

  • 02:00

    INFIGHTING: AGAINST ORUNMILA'S CODE OF ETHICS

    in Spirituality

    Do call 347-850-1533 tonight 11/1/2015 at 8:pm EST to listen live and comment on the program entitled, INFIGHTING: ORUNMILA'S CODE OF ETHICS on. TRUE TALKS WITH OFAE OFAE.


     


     


     


    WHAT IS IFA/ORISA INFIGHTING?


    WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS OF INFIGHTING ON THE IFA/ORISA COMMUNITIES?


    WHAT DOES ÒRÙNMÌLÀ'S CODE OF ETHICS SAY ABOUT INFIGHTING?


    WHAT DOES ODU IFA IKAFUN HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE CONDUCT OF IFA/ORISA INITIATES?


    WHEN  DO YOU THINK THAT YOU ARE JUSTIFIED IN TAKING MATTERS INTO YOUR OWN HANDS AND OUT OF THE HANDS OF THE ORISA?


     

  • 00:56

    Ethics & Alcohol

    in Education

    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:
    http://www.bca.cmich.edu/wmhw/WMHW-HD1.mov