Philosophy

Florida needs more philosophy majors. here is the proof

[ad_1] A question of philosophy Promotion majors and salutatorians | June 2 As a university professor, I would like to congratulate this year’s high school graduates, including the Classes and Salutatorians of Pinellas County. It was fascinating to see their incoming majors, but I noticed that no one was planning …

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Saint of the day: Justin Martyr

[ad_1] Saint Justin was born around the year 100, in the Palestinian province of Samaria. His parents followed the pagan Greek religion and raised Justin to do the same, but Justin’s father also provided him with an excellent education in literature and history. Justin was a fervent lover of the …

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Another approach to teaching ethics

[ad_1] Anthony F. LoPresti Anthony F. LoPresti is Associate Professor of Religious and Theological Studies at Salve Regina University. In a recent essay titled “Welcome to My First Class Reunion” (Commentary, April 28), Professor Felicia Nimue Ackerman described how she runs her philosophy classes and concluded her column with a …

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THE FOOTBALL AND MONEY PHILOSOPHY

[ad_1] European football – or football – is the most popular team sport in the world. Others were far behind. Two reasons for this effect are apparent, namely numbers and simplicity. American football (and rugby), baseball, and cricket can draw as many spectators to stadiums as football, but the rules …

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Diversity Institute marks milestones – SUNY Cortland

[ad_1] 05/28/2021 Over 25 years ago, when SUNY Cortland enrolled single-digit color-dialing students, a small cohort of faculty set out to prepare the rest of the faculty and professional staff for a very different future. Today, around a quarter of the student body identifies as non-white / non-latinx and over …

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Company of the week: Olson Tire & Auto

[ad_1] Pilot and Wausau Review Editor’s Note: Company of the week is a sponsored feature that shares the stories of locally owned and managed businesses in the Wausau area, highlighting the products and services they offer and how they contribute to the unique flavor of the metro area. Learn how …

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Can a non-sensitive robot pass the Turing test?

[ad_1] By David K. Johnson, Ph.D., King’s College The Turing test was introduced by one of the first computer scientists; his computer genius even helped crack the Nazi codes that enabled the Allies to win World War II. Back then, the big question was whether computers would ever mentally grasp …

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Opinion | The traps of the narrative self

[ad_1] As a graduate doctoral student, I find myself facing many transitions ahead. At times like these, we often use a metaphor from the book: The Stanford chapter is coming to an end and a new chapter is about to begin. This book with different chapters, of course, is my …

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Can quantum mechanics help decipher consciousness? Free will?

[ad_1] In Walter Bradley Center Director Robert J. Marks’ second podcast with philosopher Angus Menuge, the big topic is the perennial “difficult problem of consciousness and various proposed solutions.” One of the questions often raised is quantum consciousness. Previously, they had discussed Integrated Information Theory (IIT) and panpsychism. But now, …

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Hand Lotions and Hand Creams Market Outlook 2021, Analysis and Forecast to 2028 by Manufacturers | Beiersdorf, Coty, Jahwa, Johnson & Johnson, LYNX, Philosophy, Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Whealthfields Lohmann

[ad_1] Request a sample download Request a discount Company Profile Hand Lotions and Hand Creams Market (2021-2028) Current Status and Development of Research Opportunities to Change Sharp Elements and Future Perspective of Variables ?? or limit the development of the industry. The Hand Lotion and Hand Cream market offers an …

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What does a people-centered philosophy mean for China?

[ad_1] China’s people-centered philosophy is not a superficial slogan, but a principle that has guided the fight against COVID-19 in the country and guided efforts to save every life at all costs. More than 39 million Chinese Communist Party (CCP) members have fought the epidemic on the front lines, and …

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Hopefully nothing matters | Michigan Daily

[ad_1] As a kid I assumed I would be a much more interesting student than I really am. I thought life would be filled with wacky adventures and huge declarations of love – with a few musical numbers added, of course. Now I see existence differently: I have fallen in …

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When the UPS driver sees a need, his group takes action

[ad_1] BATON ROUGE, La. – UPS Driver James Joseph’s philosophy is very much like a slogan his company once had: What can ‘Big Brown’ do for you? In the case of Joseph-created philanthropy, the answer seems to be “whatever it takes.” When not delivering packages, Joseph has helped deliver air …

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Organic Garage Partners with Leading Specialty Food Supplier to Expand Successful Handpicked Partner Program

[ad_1] TORONTO – Organic Garage Ltd. (“Organic garage“or the”Company”) (TSXV: OG, OTCQX: OGGFF, FRA: 9CW1), one of Canada’s leading independent organic grocers, is pleased to announce Toronto’s renowned Cheese Boutique as the newest addition to its hand-picked partner list, immediately launching at the company’s Junction store, followed by all other …

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COVID-19 overturned Americans’ sense of individualism and invited us to embrace interconnection – an idea by Greek philosopher Epicurus | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Eds: This story was provided by The Conversation for AP customers. The Associated Press does not guarantee the content. Kristin Girten, University of Nebraska Omaha (THE CONVERSATION) The ability to stand up on one’s own boots has long been celebrated in the United States. This admiration for autonomy stems …

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Agora: a marketplace for ideas

[ad_1] Agora is a space where academics can draw on their training and experience to approach contemporary social, political and cultural issues from a philosophical point of view. The series is hosted by Aaron James Wendland, Principal Philosophy Fellow at Massey College, Toronto and Co-Editor of Heidegger on technology and …

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Runnels County Judge Barry Hilliard retires

[ad_1] Barry Hilliard, the Runnels County judge for ten years, hangs up his robe on May 31. Hilliard sums up his philosophy on his tenure in one sentence: “If you’re transparent and honest, you never have to worry about trying. to remember what you said or did. “ Hilliard’s life …

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Putnam Investments TargetDateVisualizer to help advisors get a better perspective on investing in retirement

[ad_1] BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE) – Today, Putnam Investments officially launched TargetDateVisualizer®, designed to help advisors better guide plan sponsors in choosing the appropriate target date mutual funds and collective investment trusts (CITs) to include in workplace savings plans, based on specific risk tolerance and investment philosophy preferences. The dynamic valuation tool …

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David Harold Tribe Postdoctoral Fellowship

[ad_1] Terms and conditions 1. Origins a. Funded by a donation made in 2016 by David Harold Tribe, these scholarships support students who undertake research in symphony, sculpture, poetry, fiction and philosophy. 2. Eligibility a. Applicants must be currently enrolled to study for a Research Masters or PhD within the …

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How to delve into political philosophy

[ad_1] Under the polarized political gaiters that characterize the national conversation, there is a surprising degree of consensus between the left and the right on what is wrong with society. Selfishness, corruption, tribalism and long-term construction failure – these are universally maligned. We can all see the same glitch devices, …

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