Ethics

Turning 18 soon? | Right To Vote | Democracy | Voting Power (चुनाव)| Learning About Voting For Kids Turning 18 soon? | Right To Vote | Democracy | Voting Power (चुनाव)| Learning About Voting For Kids

Turning 18 soon? Great! 18 brings along some huge milestones like official adulthood, driving license and the right to vote. You know the right to vot is amazing think because its make you the king privilege in a democracy we choose the person who rules us. And that is only possible through this right to…

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Space capitalism: Is asteroid mining and space colonization legal? | Peter Ward Space capitalism: Is asteroid mining and space colonization legal? | Peter Ward

So the private space economy has emerged in the last several decades, I guess. But it’s really increased in speed over the past 10 years, I guess. SpaceX and Blue Origin are the ones that are really making this go faster. You know, Musk’s SpaceX is obviously launching rockets at cheaper prices than ever before,…

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Gayatri Spivak on An Aesthetic Education in the Era of Globalization Gayatri Spivak on An Aesthetic Education in the Era of Globalization

I don’t believe literature as such can open doors. I believe that literary reading is something that needs to be taught. And I believe that in the past, in different kinds of polities, cultural instruction of this sort perhaps was given not necessarily only through the university. But today, if it is taught as such,…

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Should You Watch the News? | Philosophy Tube ft. Peter Coffin Should You Watch the News? | Philosophy Tube ft. Peter Coffin

God the news these days is just so depressing What if instead of reading the news I just chill out for a while Oh go, am I being selfish? Is this how it starts? Am I gonna go down a rabbit hole and forget about everything and just become a mindless zombie drowning in a…

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Animal Rights vs. Anarchism, Marxism, Feminism, Postmodernism Animal Rights vs. Anarchism, Marxism, Feminism, Postmodernism

the teaching is an interesting mode of doing animal rights activism and it is the most revolutionary thing that I do as a college professor I teach a lot of things at the University I teach Marxism anarchism feminism post-modernism all of the radical philosophies of the day but none of these philosophies are radical…

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez dissects America’s ‘fundamentally broken’ campaign finance laws Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez dissects America’s ‘fundamentally broken’ campaign finance laws

Let’s play a game. Let’s play a lightning round game. I’m going to be the bad guy, which I’m sure half the room would agree with anyway and I want to get away with as much bad things as possible, ideally to enrich myself and advance my interests, even if that means putting my interests…

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The Business of Conscious Capitalism The Business of Conscious Capitalism

Hi, everyone. My name is Eva Agoulnik. And I’m this year’s VIP Distinguished Speaker Series Chair. And today we have John Mackey, the co-founder and co-CEO of Whole Foods. John has devoted most of his adult life to selling natural foods and building a better business model. A leading practitioner of empowerment management, the co-CEO…

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Ethics in Action & Democracy, with Ted Widmer, Carnegie-Uehiro Fellow Ethics in Action & Democracy, with Ted Widmer, Carnegie-Uehiro Fellow

– [Announcer] For Global Ethics Day 2018, Carnegie Council staff and affiliates discuss ethics in action. (thoughtful music) – There are a few kinds of policies I can think of that would help us get back to a healthy democracy. I would love to see the Senate take responsibility for democracy, and that’s where bipartisanship…

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