Category: Philosophy

Shared Sacrifice Nightly: The Truth About “Secularism.”, March 4, 2010

Tonight on the podcast: Matt argues that Stanley Fish, in his NYT editorial last week, missed the point: It’s not about “public” versus “private” reasons. It’s about deliberative versus nondeliberative reasoning, and that’s why theocrats are wrong. 9-10PM mt, blogtalkradio.com/shared_sacrifice…

Shared Sacrifice Nightly: The Truth About “Secularism.”, March 1, 2010

Tonight on the podcast: Matt argues that Stanley Fish, in his NYT editorial last week, missed the point: It’s not about “public” versus “private” reasons. It’s about deliberative versus nondeliberative reasoning, and that’s why theocrats are wrong. 9-10PM mt, blogtalkradio.com/shared_sacrifice…

Shared Sacrifice–Dr. Jeffrey Miron, Harvard University economist, on the economic cost of the War: May 9, 2009

Jeffrey A. Miron is Senior Lecturer on Economics at Harvard University. Dr. Miron received a B.A., magna cum laude, from Swarthmore College in 1979 and a Ph.D. in economics from M.I.T. in 1984. He has served on the faculties of…

Shared Sacrifice–Dr. Marsha B. Cohen: March 14, 2009

Dr. Marsha B. Cohen, MiGlobE Fellow, is our guest today. Dr. Cohen earned her PhD in International Relations from Florida International University. Her research focuses on the role of religion in international affairs, particularly in political discourse. Her doctoral dissertation,…

Shared Sacrifice–Dr. Marsha B. Cohen: March 7, 2009

Dr. Marsha B. Cohen, MiGlobE Fellow, is our guest today. Dr. Cohen earned her PhD in International Relations from Florida International University. Her research focuses on the role of religion in international affairs, particularly in political discourse. Her doctoral dissertation,…