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David Carr on Wisdom, Knowledge and Justice in Moral Virtue | Our Scholars at Oxford for Jubilee Centre Conference on Character, Wisdom, and Virtue, January 5-7, 2017

Last week, 4 of our scholars—Howard Nusbaum, David Carr, John Haldane, and Robert C. Roberts–and our 2 Principal Investigators, Jennifer Frey and Candace Vogler, all participated in a conference on Character, Wisdom, and Virtue held January 5, 6, and 7, 2017 at Oriel College, Oxford, UK, sponsored by the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues at the University of Birmingham, UK. 374 more words

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How to choose your Hellenistic school

The Hellenistic period, which is typically defined as going from the death of Alexander the Great (323 BCE) to the rise of the Roman Empire (marked by the battle of Actium, 31 BCE) saw the flourishing of a bewildering number of new philosophical schools, of which Stoicism was of course one. 1,020 more words

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The habits of virtue

Were you holier at the end of 2016 than at the beginning? And, if not, perhaps this is the time to think a little about the theology of good resolutions. 775 more words

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Video: What is Designed for Good about?

Kevin J. Brown’s Designed for Good is a study of classical virtue
ethics from a Christian perspective. This book shows Christians
that their faith contains resources to help them recover the… 238 more words

Hendrickson Publishers

No country for men

Dear God,

Dear Future self,

Prayer, could I have ever fathomed to consider you dangerous?

Lord, I pray, in the name of the Father and Son and Holy Ghost, to be near. 638 more words

Diminishing footprints: exploring the local and global challenges to place-based environmental education

Diminishing footprints: exploring the local and global challenges to place-based environmental education
– New EER Article Alert
David Chang
Pages: 1-11 | DOI: 10.1080/13504622.2016.1249458

Abstract… 169 more words

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The Aesthetics of Business

An aesthetic judgment, according to John Dobson, consists of five elements: disinterest, subjectivity, inclusivity, contemplativity, and internality. In his article “Aesthetics as a Foundation for Business Activity” 175 more words