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in Self Help
Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on the justice of defamation laws, pursuing justice at great personal cost, the cultural effects of superhero movies, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Do libel and slander laws violate or protect rights?
Question 2: Should I pursue justice against a wrongdoer at great personal expense?
Question 3: Do good ideas in superhero movies and television change people's philosophy?
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For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
in Pop Culture
There have been a ton of speculation and announcements when it comes to the comic book world as it meets television and movies. Let us take a good look at some of these things and try to flip the rumor mill on its side. Video games aren't exempt either just think of this as a reimagining of whe weekly nerd news!
Good bad or indifferent our opinions may differ but please feel free to call in as I touch different subjects or your favorite topic.
INTERTWINED touches on that breaking point; that moment where you decide, I'm going to do this because I need to, even if it means going on that journey alone. I want the world to know that great things come from when you take control of your own life and that real happiness comes from looking inside yourself and deciding what's best for you. Nobody can tell you how to live.
Join us as we speak with Director Joshua Curtis and Producer Amber Shane to discuss their new film.
In the meantime, check out thier Kickstarter campaign for this project.
Hosted by William Battle
So, what happens to a 50 year old widow Maggie who needs some money for her grandson who is ill. Would you do the same thing that Maggie does? She searches the street of London in search of employment. Oh the things Maggie gets into a serious situation. Maggie eventually spills it to her trusted friends. Want to know what her friends think? Tune in Sunday at 6 pm for Movies to Love Indie films. I'll be you want to know what she does on her new job. Hey, anything can happen at 50. Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do! This is not a movie for youngsters.
In Part 3 of our series we run through the evidence that suggest that people have been fed the mythology of Alien Invasions in order to program the modern populace into believing that an actual alien invasion could take place in the near future. This propaganda that is continually dump on us could lead to a worldwide deception that could bring the world under one order or explain away a major event of the Bible.
Welcome to the the Wacko in the Morning radio show. Come join us weekdays mornings from Monday - Friday 8 A.M. - 10 A.M. Feel free to call in and chat about current events, sports, politics, everyday life or anything else on your mind.
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Since taking a few weeks off I've done my research :) Tune in tonight to find out my thoughts on #ted2 #insideout #jurassicworld #terminatorgenisys #pixels #trainwreck #antman. If you've seen any of these movies call in and share your thoughts. If you haven't, let me be your guide to deciding if you should.
Beyond the Cover is hosted by John Raab and Jeff Ayers. On the show you will hear book reviews, author interviews, industry news, publishing tips, new releases and so much more.
We conducted a dozen interviews at Thriller Fest 2015 this year and will play three of them tonight. Last show we had David Morrell, Sandra Brown and Mark Alpert. On this show we will have NY Times Bestselling author Joseph Finder, along with all world author Jon Land and Joseph Badal (who's last two books won for best novel at the New Mexico Book Festival).
You can check out www.suspenseradionetwork.com for more information. All the radio shows are brought to you by Suspense Magazine, www.suspensemagazine.com
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