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4: Individuals vs. Groups
4: Individuals vs. Groups
by Prindle Institute for Ethics

In this episode of our ethics podcast, director of the Prindle Institute Andy Cullison interviews Lori Gruen and Martin Wilkinson.
 
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3: Right Side of History
3: Right Side of History
by Prindle Institute for Ethics

Andy Cullison joins the cultural historian Chris Hager to discuss the phrase, “the right side of history” that people sometimes use in political arguments. Is it legitimate?
 
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2: Systems in Sheep's Clothing
2: Systems in Sheep's Clothing
by Prindle Institute for Ethics

In this episode of our ethics podcast we hear from producers Sandra and Christiane about their voices. Andrew Cullison interviews Rebecca Gordon and Robin Zheng.
 
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1: Food for Thought
1: Food for Thought
by Prindle Institute for Ethics

In this episode of our ethics podcast, we hear from Paul B. Thompson on food ethics and Marcia McKelligan about ethics bowl.
 
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Capital Punishment
Capital Punishment
by Sherwin T. Wine
Format: Audio Download

Evaluating capital punishment in the context of the Oklahoma City bombing. Is vengeance always immoral or unjust? Recorded October 1997.
 
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The Basis of Our Victory!
The Basis of Our Victory!
by Dr. Roshan Sing

"O Lord, give victory; let the King answer us when we call." Psalms 20vs9
 
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Ethics in a Democracy Podcast #9
Ethics in a Democracy Podcast #9
by Albert Anderson
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This series of podcasts concludes, focusing on Mill’s view of liberty that leads to a minimal view of ethics. Following Plato and Kant, he urges us to reduce moral demands to what is truly essential.
 
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Ethics in a Democracy Podcast #8
Ethics in a Democracy Podcast #8
by Albert Anderson
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The ethical philosophy of Kant is presented as a way of understanding the moral principle on which modern democracy is grounded, showing us not what to think but how to think about any moral issue.
 
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Ethics in a Democracy Podcast #7
Ethics in a Democracy Podcast #7
by Albert Anderson
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This episode places special emphasis on the idea of freedom. Socrates opposes the Sophist Gorgias, who defends the art of “ruling over others,” and introduces the idea of “ruling over ourselves.”
 
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Ethics in a Democracy Podcast #6
Ethics in a Democracy Podcast #6
by Albert Anderson
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In Plato's Crito, the laws of Athens emerge as a character that espouses a view of law based on the authority of the republic. In this podcast, law turns out to be neither absolute nor relative.

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