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Ethics Talk

Ethics Talk: Philosophy, Flourishing and The Good Life

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Socrates said that talking about virtue and the good life is one of the most important things a human being can do. That's where "Ethics-Talk" fits in. Born in 2009 in the Department of Philosophy & at Central Michigan University (Mt. Pleasant, Michigan), the Ethics-Talk network now spans 3 continents. To learn more , visit us at http://www.virtuesofpeace.com, http://www.ethicstalk.org and on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/ethicstalk.

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Universities Allied for Essential Medicine: Global Health as a Responsibility of Universities In this show, special guests Pratik Chhetri and Samik Upadhaya will discuss mission of Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM) and most... more

This special episode of Ethics Talk will be airing from The Hague, Netherlands, home to many international courts of law. The International Criminal Court (ICC), a relatively new court, has officially decided to investigate the situation in... more

Note: This show is simulcast on an old fashioned radio station - for the best listening experience - go to: http://www.wmhw.org/modernrock/home.html (or click on the link for Modern Rock under our "links" section to the right) We... more

Note: This show is simulcast on an old fashioned radio station - for the best listening experience - go to: http://www.wmhw.org/modernrock/home.html (or click on the link for Modern Rock under our "links" section to the right) We begin... more

At a time in which Lady Gaga is seen as an agent who awakens the "True Self" of her fans, we go back in time to 1841, when Ralph Waldo Emerson penned "Imitation is Suicide" and "Trust Thyself," and "Nothing can bring you peace but... more

In this show, we continue discussing Ralph Waldo Emerson's 1837 essay "The American Scholar." Last week, members of Ethics Talk decided to all read "The American Scholar" and we began to discuss the lessons we learned from "The... more

Ralph Waldo Emerson's: The American Scholar In 1837, Ralph Waldo Emerson gave a famous lecture entitled "The American Scholar". In the essay, Emerson notes (among many other things) that there is "creative reading" as well as... more

Philosophers have a developed a number of arguments which pertain not only to the existence of God, but also to the question of whether, even if God's existence cannot be proven with logical methods, we should believe in God nonetheless. In... more

Can every citizen of a free society community have access to health care, education, or capital for investment? How much can truth and knowledge offer to political theory? Can certain positive freedoms be considered inalienable human... more

In this show, we discuss the connection between human nature and the "political ecosystem" in which a human being finds itself. Views of human nature have political consequences. In addition to exploring the political consequences of... more
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