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The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization, Episode 4: The Galileo Case The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization, Episode 4: The Galileo Case

Thomas: The Galileo case, does it really prove that the Church was an enemy of science? What really happened in the Galileo incident? Let’s look at it today on The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. (music) Thomas: Welcome to The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. I’m Thomas Woods. Today we’r e taking on the difficult…

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Is Cuba modern enough for young people? | VPRO World Stories Is Cuba modern enough for young people? | VPRO World Stories

Cuba after Castro At 19 years old, Yuri left Cuba, preferably to never return. He started a new life in the Netherlands and we stayed behind. Now, 15 years later, Fidel and Raúl are gone and Yuri returns. The question is: Has Cuba changed enough for Yuri to pick up his life here? episode 4…

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How Powerful Is The Philippines? How Powerful Is The Philippines?

Since 2012, the Philippines and China have gone head to head over the ownerships of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. These islands are important stopover points along nautical shipping lines, and both countries have bolstered their navies in preparation for a fight over these territories. Recently, a Chinese coast guard vessel even…

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Wendy Brown lectures at Holy Cross on “Cultures of Capital Enhancement” Wendy Brown lectures at Holy Cross on “Cultures of Capital Enhancement”

– So good afternoon everyone, welcome to the Rehm Library. My name is Tom Landy, I’m the director of the McFarland Center for Religion, Ethics, and Culture. And we sponsor conferences, lectures, all sorts of special events on campus that touch on questions of issues of meaning, morality, and mutual obligation. You can find most…

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What exactly is the Common Good? What exactly is the Common Good?

(VOICEOVER): The common good has historical roots that stretch back to ancient philosophy and early Christianity. But it’s also an idea that has contemporary relevance. So what exactly is the common good? The common good can be helpfully understood as an ideal and a moral measure. As an ideal, the common good points to a…

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