Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Announcing the 2013-2014 season of WHY? Radio!

Why? Philosophical Discussions about Everyday Life
2013-2014 Season

All episodes are broadcast at 5 p.m. central time.
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First episode this Sunday!

September 8:
“Should there be national standards fo­­­r education?”
Guest: Michael Apple

October 13:
“The Unity of the Sciences: Is all knowledge connected?”
Guest: Joseph Margolis

November 10:
“Civic Renewal in America”
Guest: Peter Levine

December 8:
“What is happiness?”
Guest: Sissela Bok

January 12:
“How to tell the story of art”
Guest: Ross King

February 9:
“Is there an ethics for the developing world?”
Guest: Fonna Forman & Teddy Cruz

March 9:
“Can American politics be directed by a philosopher?
The case of F.A. Hayek”
Guest: Bruce Caldwell

April 13
“Can there be a world without borders?”
Guest: Seyla Benhabib

May 11
“Are Indian tribes sovereign nations?”
Guest: George Tinker

June 8
“Are there too many people for our environment?”
Guest: Phil Cafaro & Charmayne Palomba

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This season of WHY? Radio is funded, in part, by a grant from the Knight Foundation/Community Foundation of Grand Forks and East Grand Forks.

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