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Decades Later, Still Asking: Would I Pull That Switch?
Author: Benedict Carey
Stanley Milgram’s Shock Experiments Still Provide Insight.

Just think: it’s important
Author: Laura Parker - The Sydney Morning Herald; August 25, 2008
Why is philosophy as a subject such a fizzer in schools?

The Thinker
Author: Jonathan Mahler - The New York Times; September 19, 2008
How did Auburn University become a hotbed of philosophical talent? Read this essay from the Sunday Magazine’s College Issue.

White-collar ex-con: Jail looms for mortgage execs
Author: Mike Celizic - TODAYShow.com; October 8, 2008
Walter Pavlo, a former MCI manager who served time in a federal prison for concealing business improprieties now lectures on ethics.

Digging Out Roots of Cheating in High School
Author: Maura Casey - The New York Times; October 12, 2008
Surveys show that cheating in school has soared since researchers first measured the phenomenon in the 1960s.

Why How Matters
Author: Thomas Friedman - The New York Times; October 14, 2008
To heal our economic wounds, we must repair the broken moral balance that let this chaos loose

A Matter of Life and Debt
Author: Margaret Atwood - The New York Times; October 22, 2008
To heal our economic wounds, we must repair the broken moral balance that let this chaos loose.

Learn Philosophy
Author: Diane Cole - US News, Dec 18, 2008
The importance of logic and ethics skills is getting national attention. Squire grantee Dr. Thomas Wartenberg is featured in this article in U.S. News & World Report

Why Health Care Will Never Be Equal
Author: N. Gregory Mankiw - The New York Times; September 19, 2009
Are the benefits and costs of the American health care system ethical?

At Landover Middle School, Philosophy Is Part of the Lunch Menu
Author: Nelson Hernandez - Washington Post; January 4, 2010
During lunchtime at Kenmoor Middle School in Landover, MD, the youngsters sitting in a small circle were tackling the really deep questions: Ethics. Fairness. How to split dessert.


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