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Corporate Governance, Business Ethics

The Golden Rule as Good Business

The Golden Rule as Good Business

The First International Conference of Humanist Economics, held in April in Madrid, encouraged businesses to get ‘Back to Basics,’ and apply the golden rule within the corporate environment for the benefit of all.

Jun, 05 '17
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Culture & Lifestyles, Andrew Briggs

Contemplating the Big Questions through Tiny Matter

Contemplating the Big Questions through Tiny Matter

Oxford nanophysicist and theologian Andrew Briggs explains how science and faith work together and alternate taking the lead, to further explore man’s penultimate curiosity.

May, 22 '17
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The Divine in Contemporary Legal Norms

The Divine in Contemporary Legal Norms

Is there a theological defense for obliging laws that protect us from unjust harm? Craig J. Iffland seeks one, delving into theological questions with interdisciplinary scope.

May, 15 '17
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Andrew Phillips, Christian Reus-Smit

Back to the Cultural Diversity and IR Drawing Board

Back to the Cultural Diversity and IR Drawing Board

Current discussion of the relationship between cultural diversity and International Relations is based on flawed perceptions of both. STI experts are rethinking the issue on new terms.

Apr, 30 '17
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Cohabitation: “Until Life Do Us Part”

Cohabitation: “Until Life Do Us Part”

Data do not support the claim that “marriage is just a piece of paper.” The paperless alternative – cohabitation - is measurably less stable, both for the adults who choose it and for their children, who don’t have the luxury of choice.

Mar, 23 '17
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Wolfgang Donsbach

Can Real News Be Rescued?

Can Real News Be Rescued?

With insidious fake news popping up all over, the late Wolfgang Donsbach’s reflections on the interaction of society and media bear reflection. Below is an excerpt from his chapter in What Society Needs from Media in the Age of Digital Media.

Mar, 10 '17
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Apt to Be Overlooked

Apt to Be Overlooked

If domestic tasks and direct care were assigned a monetary value, they would constitute between 10% and 39% of Gross Domestic Product, but it is generally unrecognized and undervalued by policymakers and legislators.

Feb, 28 '17
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