Debt, service, and the origins of capitalism

Debt, service, and the origins of capitalism

I’m actually gonna read some of this I don’t usually read the papers that that I’m supposed to read up but I finished writing this at about 4:00 a.m. last night and and I haven’t actually read it yet I think it makes sense but I wanted to say something new having this whole conference Read more about Debt, service, and the origins of capitalism[…]

Academic freedom: What it is, what it isn’t and why there’s confusion | Robert Quinn

Academic freedom: What it is, what it isn’t and why there’s confusion | Robert Quinn

Academic freedom is an often misunderstood and often contested concept. But at its essence, its the freedom of research professionals, educators to seek the truth, to follow their research, their teaching, their ideas, and to share them in an order to pursue that truth however it leads, assuming they’re doing it according to professional and Read more about Academic freedom: What it is, what it isn’t and why there’s confusion | Robert Quinn[…]

University of Lincoln Research Showcase: Academic Freedom

University of Lincoln Research Showcase: Academic Freedom

University of Lincoln Research Showcase: Academic Freedom Academics, through their knowledge, keep governments, as it were, on their mettle. Academics can question government policy directly. And in that sense academic freedom is a freedom not of the few but for the many, in so far as it encompasses everyone. Professor Terence Karran, Professor of Higher Read more about University of Lincoln Research Showcase: Academic Freedom[…]

Leadership for all students, corporate partnerships highlight 2017 State of the University address

Leadership for all students, corporate partnerships highlight 2017 State of the University address

And I want to assure you that the state of Central Michigan University in 2017, on our 125th anniversary is great. We are vibrant, major, national university. Leadership is something that all CMU students should acquire. This is who we are. This is who we’ve always been, although today, today we are poised to take Read more about Leadership for all students, corporate partnerships highlight 2017 State of the University address[…]

Wellbeing and freedom of expression in a Prevent culture

Wellbeing and freedom of expression in a Prevent culture

I’m Lisa Downing and I’m here at an event called ‘Wellbeing and freedom of expression in a Prevent culture’. I’m at The Showroom in London where the exhibition by Navine G Khan-Dossos ‘There Is No Alternative’ is currently on show. The art on the walls is based on the logos of the Prevent strategy which Read more about Wellbeing and freedom of expression in a Prevent culture[…]

Exploring careers in the heart of Motown

Exploring careers in the heart of Motown

Interns are looked at as full time individuals here at Quicken Loans. We are not ones to categorize by any means, we’re ones to, say this is an individual who is really contributing to our business and we are excited to have them here. So there’s nothing that I was doing that was really kind Read more about Exploring careers in the heart of Motown[…]

Mill “On Liberty” – Freedom & Empire | Philosophy Tube

Mill “On Liberty” – Freedom & Empire | Philosophy Tube

English philosopher John Stewart Mill’s essay “On Liberty” is one of the classic texts of modern liberalism: it’s been hugely influential in politics, even more so than you might realise, as we’ll be seeing shortly. The question he’s grappling with is, when can the government legitimately restrict your freedoms by imposing and enforcing laws? Always? Read more about Mill “On Liberty” – Freedom & Empire | Philosophy Tube[…]

Robert Solow, Suzanne Berger, Joshua Cohen, Kenneth Arrow at MIT – SHASS 50th Anniv. Colloquium 2000

Robert Solow, Suzanne Berger, Joshua Cohen, Kenneth Arrow at MIT – SHASS 50th Anniv. Colloquium 2000

[MUSIC PLAYING] JOSHUA COHEN: I think we can get started. I’d like to welcome you all to this last session of this two-day colloquium– just to make sure you’re in the right room– this is the 50th anniversary celebration session for. And our question for this final session is, is capitalism good for democracy? Or Read more about Robert Solow, Suzanne Berger, Joshua Cohen, Kenneth Arrow at MIT – SHASS 50th Anniv. Colloquium 2000[…]

The Perilous State of the University: Jonathan Haidt & Jordan B Peterson

The Perilous State of the University: Jonathan Haidt & Jordan B Peterson

I’m here today in Manhattan talking to you Dr. Jonathan Haidt Who’s a professor at NYU and I have him here for a bunch of reasons Jonathan is an extremely interesting researcher. I’ve been following his work on disgust and political belief for Literally for decades he was one of the first people who started Read more about The Perilous State of the University: Jonathan Haidt & Jordan B Peterson[…]

2017/03/11: Strengthen the Individual: A counterpoint to Post Modern Political Correctness

2017/03/11: Strengthen the Individual: A counterpoint to Post Modern Political Correctness

[Music] would be nice and well directed to – Tammy Jorgen I’ve known each other were afternoon sixteen nearly 30 years nearly 50 years he’ll that hold up a we come from northern Alberta he lived up the street I mean I only movie with the a fascinating person so in my late twenties he Read more about 2017/03/11: Strengthen the Individual: A counterpoint to Post Modern Political Correctness[…]