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Criminal Justice Reform: Americans Aren't Ready.

I’m not good at remembering things. So keep that in mind.

But I was watching Bettany Hughes discuss Socrates on Genius of the Ancient World… 1,205 more words

Book fest highlights #1

I meant to blog regularly about the Book Festival, but I was so involved attending and taking part in events that it didn’t work out quite as I had hoped. 130 more words


Removing our Blinkers (1/3): leaving the market behind?

Last year about this time I posted this sequence which again seems relevant in the light of my current exploration of consciousness in the context of climate change. 1,721 more words

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O.P. Recommends: The Ideas That Make Us, with Bettany Hughes

Bettany Hughes is one of my very favorite public intellectuals; from one talk to the next, one documentary series to another, I think, now this… 234 more words

Written By Amy Cools

O.P. Recommends: Bettany Hughes At 5x15 - Socrates And The Good Life

One of my favorite historians, broadcasters, and speakers, Bettany Hughes, gives a wonderful talk here on Socrates. Enjoy!

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Written By Amy Cools

Bettany Hughes’s ‘Ten Places, Europe & Us’

A new podcast series from the National Trust unravels Europe’s influence on our nation through the ages revealing the continental roots that lie buried in locations from Neolithic Avebury ring to modernist Hampstead. 654 more words

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