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Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 10: “THE GOOD CITIZEN”

funding for this program is provided by additional funding provided by we turn to Aristotle after examining theories modern theories of Justice that tried to detach considerations of justice and rights from questions of moral desert and virtue Aristotle disagrees with Kant and Rawls Aristotle argues that justice is a matter of giving people what…

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Economic Update: Injustice, Race and Class

Welcome, friends, to another edition of EconomicUpdate, a weekly program devoted to the financial magnitudes of our lives those of “their childrens”, those tower ahead of all of us. I’m your host, Richard Wolff. I want to start today by telling you threelittle short narrations about corporate capitalism. They’re storeys about the failures of capitalism,…

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Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 03: “FREE TO CHOOSE”

Funding for this program provided by Additional funding provided by When we finished last-place season, we were looking at John Stuart Mill’s and his attempt to reply to the reviewers of Bentham’s utilitarianism in his volume Utilitarianism, Mill tries to show that analysts to the contrary, it is feasible within utilitarian framework to distinguishbetween higher…

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Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do? Episode 01 “THE MORAL SIDE OF MURDER”

Funding for this program was guaranteed by: Additional funding provided by This is a course about Justice and we beginwith a fib suppose you’re the move of a trolley car, and your trolley car is obstruction downthe trail at sixty miles per hour and at the end of the racetrack you noticefive works “workin on”…

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Freedom of Speech: Why We NEED Academic Freedom – Learn Liberty

Last-place time, a scribe at Harvardstudent newspaper penned a article with the subtitle, let’s give up onacademic freedom in favor of justice. She asked, if our universitycommunity resists racism, sexism, and heterosexism, why should we put upwith research that counters our aims? As a prof, I find this attitude actually appalling, extremely since thiscolumnist is…

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What Is Justice?: Crash Course Philosophy #40

Justice is one of those things that people talk about all the time, without being truly specific about what they mean. Partisan speak out on Economic Justice Police and Lawyers Talk about Criminal Justice Parents, teachers and students talk a lot about justice too, although they may never use that term. When there’s a fight…

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