The political implications of Brexit. [ dur: 29mins. ] Paul P. Craig is currently Professor of English Law at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of St John’s College. Professor Craig is a specialist in […]
First, we explore eliminationism and genocide in the twentieth and twenty-first century. And address how to prevent and hold those responsible, accountable. We are joined by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen, author of Worse Than War: Genocide, Elimination-ism, […]
With unprecedented global warming, wealth disparities and peak everything, we need to act now to meet the power, heating and transportation needs of growing populations, and to do so sustainably, equitably and democratically. What are the […]
We start with getting insight into organ trafficking with scholars monitoring it’s movement. Then we discuss a human effort at de-extinction. This scientific tool at re-generating animals. How scientists are deciding what to de-extinct, how will it affect conservation biology.
Why were CIA agents reading French philosophy? [ dur: 22mins. ] Gabriel Rockhill is a philosopher, cultural critic and political theorist. He is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Villanova University and Founding Director of the Critical […]