By Diana Hsieh
Every Saturday, I post the news of the week from my primary work, Philosophy in Action, where I apply rational principles to the challenges of real life. Here's this week's update.
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15 March 2015: Q&A on Philosophy, Confederate Flags, Abortion Funding, and More
I answered these questions on Sunday's Philosophy in Action Radio:
What are the major branches of philosophy? Is displaying the Confederate flag racist? Should taxpayer-funded abortions be opposed?
You can listen to or download the podcast below, and visit the episode's page for more, including audio files for individual questions.
- Duration: 1:01:12
- Download: Enhanced M4A File (22.0 MB) or Standard MP3 File (21.0 MB)
- Tags: Abortion, Academia, Aesthetics, America, Civil War, Culture, Epistemology, Ethics, Government, History, Laws, Medicine, Metaphysics, Moral Judgment, Objectivism, Philosophy, Politics, Pride, Slavery, Welfare
Recent Blog Posts
Here are last week's posts to Philosophy in Action's blog NoodleFood, ordered from oldest to newest. Don't miss a post: subscribe to NoodleFood's RSS Feed.
- March 16: Activism Recap
- March 16: NoodleCast #338: Philosophy, Confederate Flags, Abortion Funding, and More
- March 16: A Bit of Crazy for Your Amusement