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PRI's The World
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Host Marco Werman and his team of producers bring you the world's most interesting stories that remind us just how small our planet really is. PRI's The World, the radio program, is heard every weekday on over 300 public stations across North America.
 
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PRI's The World
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Host Marco Werman and his team of producers bring you the world's most interesting stories that remind us just how small our planet really is. PRI's The World, the radio program, is heard every weekday on over 300 public stations across North America.
 
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PRI's The World
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Host Marco Werman and his team of producers bring you the world's most interesting stories that remind us just how small our planet really is. PRI's The World, the radio program, is heard every weekday on over 300 public stations across North America.
 
Socrates said that talking about virtue and the good life is one of the most important things a human being can do. That's where "Ethics-Talk" fits in. Housed in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at Central Michigan University (CMU), The Center for Professional and Personal Ethics brings you discussions about ethical issues, both pure and applied. For us at EthicsTalk -- "ethics" is broad and encompasses things that affect a human being's flourishing. To that end, students working wi ...
 
Get the biggest scoops and best storytelling on television from 60 Minutes - on your schedule. Now you can listen to the show in its entirety every week. It's posted at 11pm EST on Sunday, the same night it airs on television. 60 Minutes is the most successful broadcast in television history with 82 Emmys under its belt. It won 4 Emmys this year for Ed Bradley's story on the Duke University rape case, Lesley Stahl's piece on ousted Hewlett-Packard chairwoman Patricia Dunn, Scott Pelley's rep ...
 
Get the biggest scoops and best storytelling on television from 60 Minutes - on your schedule. Now you can listen to the show in its entirety every week. It's posted at 11pm EST on Sunday, the same night it airs on television. 60 Minutes is the most successful broadcast in television history with 82 Emmys under its belt. It won 4 Emmys this year for Ed Bradley's story on the Duke University rape case, Lesley Stahl's piece on ousted Hewlett-Packard chairwoman Patricia Dunn, Scott Pelley's rep ...
 
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Now that the Mueller report is out, we're looking ahead to the next election and how prepared (or not) the US is to prevent Russian or other foreign interference, cybersecurity attacks and disinformation campaigns. Also, there are concerns about more trouble in Northern Ireland after a journalist was killed covering an outbreak of violence in t ...…
 
Drilling down the Mueller report and how Russians are viewing the redacted document. Plus, North Korea tested a new tactical guided weapon and it no longer wants to negotiate with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. And, we hear from the first person with albinism ever to appear on a Vogue cover.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
Drilling down the Mueller report and how Russians are viewing the redacted document. Plus, North Korea tested a new tactical guided weapon and it no longer wants to negotiate with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. And, we hear from the first person with albinism ever to appear on a Vogue cover.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
Drilling down the Mueller report and how Russians are viewing the redacted document. Plus, North Korea tested a new tactical guided weapon and it no longer wants to negotiate with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. And, we hear from the first person with albinism ever to appear on a Vogue cover.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
President Donald Trump has vetoed a bill that would have ended US involvement in Yemen's civil war. Also, a former president of Peru commits suicide rather than face arrest in a corruption scandal. Plus, exploring a new path to the top of Mount Everest.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
President Donald Trump has vetoed a bill that would have ended US involvement in Yemen's civil war. Also, a former president of Peru commits suicide rather than face arrest in a corruption scandal. Plus, exploring a new path to the top of Mount Everest.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
President Donald Trump has vetoed a bill that would have ended US involvement in Yemen's civil war. Also, a former president of Peru commits suicide rather than face arrest in a corruption scandal. Plus, exploring a new path to the top of Mount Everest.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
The feelings of loss from the fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris are resonant around the world, and millions of donations are pouring for reconstruction. We learn about several examples of the rebuilding of other world landmarks that have been destroyed. Also, Russians may soon be cut off from outside internet connections.…
 
The feelings of loss from the fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris are resonant around the world, and millions of donations are pouring for reconstruction. We learn about several examples of the rebuilding of other world landmarks that have been destroyed. Also, Russians may soon be cut off from outside internet connections.…
 
The feelings of loss from the fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris are resonant around the world, and millions of donations are pouring for reconstruction. We learn about several examples of the rebuilding of other world landmarks that have been destroyed. Also, Russians may soon be cut off from outside internet connections.…
 
Parisians watch in horror as the Notre-Dame Cathedral goes up in flames. Plus, President Donald Trump's new immigration plan offers migrant parents a choice: lose your children at the border or get locked up together. And, what the NBA is doing to attract more Latino talent and expand the league's Latino fan base.…
 
Parisians watch in horror as the Notre-Dame Cathedral goes up in flames. Plus, President Donald Trump's new immigration plan offers migrant parents a choice: lose your children at the border or get locked up together. And, what the NBA is doing to attract more Latino talent and expand the league's Latino fan base.…
 
Parisians watch in horror as the Notre-Dame Cathedral goes up in flames. Plus, President Donald Trump's new immigration plan offers migrant parents a choice: lose your children at the border or get locked up together. And, what the NBA is doing to attract more Latino talent and expand the league's Latino fan base.…
 
There's hope for Sudan and Algeria after their dictators were ousted after decades in power. Plus, Switzerland abolishes its emergency stockpile of coffee — it seems the Swiss no longer think coffee is vital to human survival. And, the ever-changing lexicon of Brexit terms.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
There's hope for Sudan and Algeria after their dictators were ousted after decades in power. Plus, Switzerland abolishes its emergency stockpile of coffee — it seems the Swiss no longer think coffee is vital to human survival. And, the ever-changing lexicon of Brexit terms.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
There's hope for Sudan and Algeria after their dictators were ousted after decades in power. Plus, Switzerland abolishes its emergency stockpile of coffee — it seems the Swiss no longer think coffee is vital to human survival. And, the ever-changing lexicon of Brexit terms.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
The founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, has been arrested in London. And, how Assange's arrest reopens the debate over press freedom and national security. Also, Brexit gets another extension, this time until Halloween. Plus, a real Jonah and the whale tale.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
The founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, has been arrested in London. And, how Assange's arrest reopens the debate over press freedom and national security. Also, Brexit gets another extension, this time until Halloween. Plus, a real Jonah and the whale tale.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
The founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, has been arrested in London. And, how Assange's arrest reopens the debate over press freedom and national security. Also, Brexit gets another extension, this time until Halloween. Plus, a real Jonah and the whale tale.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
The current measles outbreak in New York City has a Ukraine connection. Also, the divided stance toward Israel among American Jews. Plus, one family split between the US and Haiti dreads a potential loss of their temporary legal status under a Trump administration policy.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
The current measles outbreak in New York City has a Ukraine connection. Also, the divided stance toward Israel among American Jews. Plus, one family split between the US and Haiti dreads a potential loss of their temporary legal status under a Trump administration policy.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
The current measles outbreak in New York City has a Ukraine connection. Also, the divided stance toward Israel among American Jews. Plus, one family split between the US and Haiti dreads a potential loss of their temporary legal status under a Trump administration policy.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
Claudio Rojas was deported to his native Argentina after 19 years living in the US, and after appearing in a documentary critical of the Trump administration's immigration policies. Plus, Cuban baseball players get shut out of Major League Baseball. And, the true identity of a Polish American revolutionary war hero.…
 
Claudio Rojas was deported to his native Argentina after 19 years living in the US, and after appearing in a documentary critical of the Trump administration's immigration policies. Plus, Cuban baseball players get shut out of Major League Baseball. And, the true identity of a Polish American revolutionary war hero.…
 
Claudio Rojas was deported to his native Argentina after 19 years living in the US, and after appearing in a documentary critical of the Trump administration's immigration policies. Plus, Cuban baseball players get shut out of Major League Baseball. And, the true identity of a Polish American revolutionary war hero.…
 
A change in management at the Department of Homeland Security signals there may be tougher immigration policies coming from Washington. Plus, the "Brexodus" continues as the UK remains in political gridlock over exiting the European Union and some companies are relocating to mainland Europe, taking jobs with them. And climate refugees come to a ...…
 
A change in management at the Department of Homeland Security signals there may be tougher immigration policies coming from Washington. Plus, the "Brexodus" continues as the UK remains in political gridlock over exiting the European Union and some companies are relocating to mainland Europe, taking jobs with them. And climate refugees come to a ...…
 
A change in management at the Department of Homeland Security signals there may be tougher immigration policies coming from Washington. Plus, the "Brexodus" continues as the UK remains in political gridlock over exiting the European Union and some companies are relocating to mainland Europe, taking jobs with them. And climate refugees come to a ...…
 
The US and China continue to engage in a tit-for-tat tariff war and new research shows that the tariffs are taking a clear toll on American consumers. Plus, Brazilians here in the US supported far-right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro in large numbers last year. Now that Bolsonaro is Brazil's president, many are upset at his recent anti-i ...…
 
The US and China continue to engage in a tit-for-tat tariff war and new research shows that the tariffs are taking a clear toll on American consumers. Plus, Brazilians here in the US supported far-right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro in large numbers last year. Now that Bolsonaro is Brazil's president, many are upset at his recent anti-i ...…
 
We continue discussing Marcus Aurelius' Meditations, focusing on the relationship between the individual, rational being and the Commonwealth or "World City". This week we will be approaching the topic from the lens of self-interest. How does Marcus Aurelius' view of a Commonwealth of rational beings connect with notions of self-interest? Furth ...…
 
In his Meditations, Marcus Aurelius repeatedly affirms that human beings are both reasonable and social. And in Book X, Verse 2, he appears to identify a deep connection between aspects of human nature when he claims “what is reasonable is consequently also social”. In this show, we will explore the meaning of this connection. What is the natur ...…
 
In this show, we sit down with Caitlin Cheevers (President) and Randi Shaffer (Promotional Manager) of the Central Michigan University Chapter of Invisible Children. Caitlin and Randi will discuss the hugely successful KONY 2012 campaign from the inside. Our objective is to provide our listeners with a deeper understanding of the Kony 2012 camp ...…
 
In this show, we introduce the listener to 'Atrocity Law' - the legal framework which saw a growth spurt with the historic Nuremberg trials of Nazi Germany. But atrocities also occurred in World War 1 - including atrocities against the Armenian people - a Christian minority living within the then Ottoman Empire - which is currently Turkey. Whil ...…
 
On March 8-9, 2012, The International Criminal Court Student Network (ICCSN), with generous support from Central Michigan University, convened an historic conference in The Hague, Netherlands, on the eve of the The International Criminal Court's first verdict which will be delivered on March 14, 2012, in the case of The Prosecutor v. Thomas Lub ...…
 
In her 1892 address to the U.S. Judiciary, Elizabeth Cady Stanton developed a profound argument about the importance of educational development and political equality to solitude and the proper use of one's "birthright to self-sovereignty". In this show, we focus on Elizabeth Cady Stanton's "The Solitude of Self" and its connection to the devel ...…
 
We continue to discuss the “development clause” of Article 26(2) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) which states that "Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms". As we will discuss, the development clause should be ...…
 
Article 26(2) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that "Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms". In this show, we discuss this article, focusing on the "development" clause. What might "full development of the huma ...…
 
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly as both a response to World War 2 atrocities and a means to "reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person". In this show, we explore this document by focusing not only on some of its articles, but also by disc ...…
 
In tonight's show, we focus on society’s search for happiness through material objects. To what extent (if any) are material objects relevant to happiness? If material objects are irrelevant to happiness, then what are the non-material components of happiness? Our discussion will incorporate some recent concepts found within the domain of posit ...…
 
In his Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals, Kant famously claims that morality cannot be based on anything outside of the will. Rather, the source of morality is within the individual herself. In this show, we try to get clear on the inner resources that Kant believes are essential to moral action. To what extent is reason involved in mora ...…
 
The historic trials of high ranking Nazi officials after World War 2 introduced "crimes against humanity" to the list of international crimes. In this show, we focus on "crimes against humanity" and the debate surrounding this category of crime. At the heart of this debate is the philosophical question about the nature of morality, and its rela ...…
 
In November 1945 the victors of World War 2 commenced the historic "Nuremberg Trials" - in which a number of defendants including high ranking Nazi officials like Hermann Goering (commander of the German air force or "luftwaffe") and Rudolph Hess (the deputy fuhrer) were tried for crimes against the peace, crimes against humanity and war crimes ...…
 
In this week's show, we continue discussing Tolstoy’s views on alcohol, focusing on Tolstoy’s arguments for complete abstinence in his essay “ "Why do People Stupefy Themselves." Tolstoy claims that even moderate drinking is profoundly harmful. But why? Are there not occasions when having a drink is indeed the right thing to do? This week's epi ...…
 
In his "Why do People Stupefy Themselves," Leo Tolstoy writes "men drink and smoke, not to keep their spirits up, not for gayety's sake, not because it is pleasant, but in order to stifle conscience in themselves." Written at the time when the U.S. was awash in the temperance movement (but about 30 years before the passage of the 18th amendment ...…
 
This week we will continue our discussion of violence, focusing specifically on violence used for so called “humanitarian efforts”. We will consider whether or not there are circumstances in which violence is acceptable. We will also discuss a phenomenon known as the “silent majority” and its implications for international conflicts. Lastly, we ...…
 
In this week's show, we discuss the relationship between violence and power. To do so, we will focus on Hannah Arendt's work "On Violence." What is the nature of power? And is violence ever a legitimate means to obtain power? When is the state justified in using violence? We will explore these questions and Arendt's answers to them on this week ...…
 
Next Show: September 18, 2011, 7:00 pm NYC Time In this week's show, we discuss Andrew Carnegie's work "The Gospel of Wealth". In our own day, billionaires such as Warren Buffet and Bill & Melinda Gates have not only pledged to donate the majority of their wealth to charity, but also encourage their billionare colleagues to do the same. We will ...…
 
After a 3 month long hiatus, EthicsTalk is back with a new season. In our last show (broadcasted live from The Netherlands!), we discussed our emerging transformational experience with the International Criminal Court - that show was aptly titled "The Intellectual Criminal Court: Our Awakening". Back then, we were just beginning our journey. Af ...…
 
In this special show, broadcasted from both The Hague (Den Haag) Netherlands, as well as Leiden, Netherlands, five students from Central Michigan reflect on their experience with the International Criminal Court in Den Haag. These students are enrolled in a special course focused on the amazing and important work of the International Criminal C ...…
 
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