That fall, in the run-up to the midterm elections, a group of Catholic nuns, Protestant ministers, and other faith leaders toured South Dakota in what they dubbed a “Love Your Neighbor Tour.” They stopped at grocery stores, restaurants, senior centers, libraries and other community gathering places to engage with peopleRead More →

Does the FTX debacle have lessons for moral philosophers? For those interested in public philosophy? 1. What is the connection? FTX leader, billionaire Samuel Bankman-Fried, has been an active member of the “effective altruism” movement, inspired by Peter Singer’s application of utilitarianism to the problems of world hunger (particularly theRead More →

When talking to friends and family, a topic is taboo almost everywhere. No, it doesn’t necessarily have to be sex or politics, although either could cause some uneasiness in some circles. The biggest problem, according to researchers, is money, specifically your finances or financial health. But failing to talk aboutRead More →

TUSTIN, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nov. 15, 2022– SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union has appointed four new vice presidents who will focus on improving service delivery in their respective areas of real estate, investing, retirement and insurance. This press release is multimedia. View the full press release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20221110006000/en/ Sean Bobbitt Vice President, HomeRead More →

An October article in the Journal of the American Medical Association corroborated previous research showing that food insecurity increased significantly after the January 15, 2022 expiry of the monthly federal tax credit for early childhood. The study examined the period between January and July this year in a series ofRead More →

Elon Musk is the richest person in human history because he changed the way we send money and drive cars. He aims to take humans to Mars and has just bought Twitter, one of the most powerful ideas exchange platforms in the world. He is loved by some, hated byRead More →

The Dominican opposition has no leader, no politics, no philosophy to participate in early general elections Roseau, Dominica: Following Prime Minister Dr. Roosevelt Skerrit’s announcement that Dominica will go to the polls on December 6, 2022, the opposition, United Workers Party, has decided not to contest the snap general election.Read More →

The University of Tokyo and South Korea‘The Chey Institute for Advanced Studies will host the Tokyo Forum 2022 from December 1 to 2, 2022. Under this year’s theme “Dialogue between Philosophy and Science”, the annual symposium will bring together philosophers, scientists and scholars from various fields around the world. worldRead More →

Nicole Hassoun reflects on political activism in her second book, “Global Health Impact: Extending Access to Essential Medicines.” A philosophy professor has examined ethical consumerism and its impacts in her new book, “Global Health Impact: Extending Access to Essential Medicines.” Nicole Hassoun, co-director of the Institut Justice et Bien-être andRead More →