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True Costs: The Ethics of Consumption

March 24, 2010
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by Meredith Katz Ever had that discussion with a friend. You know, the one about if it really matters where you shop, how gas efficient your car is, and if energy efficient light bulbs are really going to save the world? In the past I’ve left those conversations feeling powerless, frustrated, and at times, judged.…

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Google in China

February 10, 2010
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by Zach Woods Google opened its Chinese offices in 2006 with an awareness of what Chinese censorship laws meant for its business operations. And Google agreed to the conditions imposed — reluctantly, some say, though of course most of us will never know the details. But when the search giant detected a large-scale attack on…

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Foreign aid: necessity versus risk

January 27, 2010
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by Zach Woods At what point is foreign aid for an impoverished and disaster-ravaged region not so positive? Perhaps the world would be a better place if we had no need to address such a question. But when nature strikes — when millions of Haitians are displaced, injured, or slain by an earthquake and its…

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The Right of Self-Defense

January 20, 2010
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by Eric Hodges Most people agree that in cases where someone intends to seriously harm or kill you, you are justified in using lethal force in self-defense. However, in order to discover the underlying rationale for self-defense, I’d like to consider two cases that are not as straightforward. In the first case, there is an…

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Moral Progress

January 14, 2010
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by Eric Hodges A recent article in The Economist, Onwards and Upwards, laments the lack of moral progress in the modern world. In the past century, the world has witnessed incredible breakthroughs technologically, economically, and legislatively. Yet with those advancements have come terrible tragedies: nuclear holocaust, financial corruption, and genocide. The Economist article suggests that…

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Killing vs. Letting Die

January 6, 2010
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by Eric Hodges Your grandfather is dying a slow, painful death. The doctor informs you that he only has a few months to live and those months will likely be painful. The doctor also mentions that she could end your grandfather’s pain and life with a quick, painless injection. Alternatively, as your grandfather relies on…

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A Framework for Ethical Questions

December 31, 2009
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by Eric Hodges We are confronted with ethical issues everyday. These issues range from large-scale questions concerning the legitimacy of U.S. involvement in the Middle East to more trivial matters, such as Tiger Woods’ indiscretions. Perhaps most important are the ethical questions we are confronted with on a daily basis. Is it appropriate for me…

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Choosing Between Policy Choices: The Ethical Questions on the Afghanistan War Effort Policy

December 11, 2009
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by Gautama Adi Kusuma President Obama has made it clear that there would be an increase in focus, troops, and resources in the Afghanistan war effort. The decision in itself presents ethical dilemma; should the United States recommit more troops and resources to a war that might not be winnable in this time of domestic…

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Democracy and Economic Prosperity Values as Ethics of Governing: Do they Collide?

December 3, 2009
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by Gautama Adi Kusuma The world’s remembrance to the “fall” of communism coincides with President Obama’s visit to China and other Asian nations. And as President Obama visits China, he would likely face the reality that China is a growing balance to the American dominant superpower. China, a country that holds much of the United…

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