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The sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic Church has entered a new phase of transparency – whether volunteered or demanded. Listen to two leading national figures on the abuse crisis, NY Times journalist Peter Steinfels and canon lawyer Jennifer Haselberger, who came together earlier this Spring to address the challenge of this new moment in a charge…
 
Host Owen Huelsbeck delves into the relationship between drinking and hookups. He explores how drinking influences consent and how events that include a lot of drinking can make people feel pressured to hook up. The podcast begins with an interview with Law Professor Michelle Oberman about the legal issues. Owen goes on to talk to a variety of Sant…
 
From controversial fliers to demands to punish language considered oppressive, freedom of speech in the last years has been a contested topic at Santa Clara University. Should the university’s campus speech policy be changed in response to these controversies at SCU and in American society? Professor Lawrence Nelson, Philosophy Department, Santa Cl…
 
Beverly Daniel Tatum, author of "Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria: And Other Conversations About Race", and former president, Spelman College, explores the power of dialogue in this Regan Lecture.저자 Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
 
Erwin Chemerinsky is co-author of Free Speech on Campus (Yale University Press, 2017) and Jesse H. Choper Distinguished Professor of Law and dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law. He presents a lecture about free speech controversies based on concepts in his book, followed by Q/A.저자 Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
 
The concept of the rule of law developed in the early modern period in the West as a response to kings invoking divine right to set themselves above the obligations of civil law. According to the rule of law, everyone – including the king – is subject to the law. Brian Buckley, senior lecturer, SCU Department of Philosophy, unpacks the history and …
 
It has become clear: North Korea not only has nuclear weapons but is also developing intercontinental missiles with the capacity to strike the continental United States. What are the latest facts about North Korea’s weapons and the political situation? How does this crisis affect South Korea, Japan and other countries throughout Asia? How does it a…
 
During his tenure as chancellor at University of California, Berkeley, Nicholas Dirks navigated some of the most challenging free speech controversies in the contemporary United States. In one of the most telling episodes, a February 2017 speech by the right wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos was shut down amid a riot by left wing “antifa” proteste…
 
When business and national interests conflict: A presentation by David Yosifon, Santa Clara Law Professor, exploring how corporations consider the impact of their business decisions on their home country and its interests. Commentary response from Dick Levy, Sutter Health director and former CEO & Chair of Varian Medical Systems.…
 
The recent overturning of ASG’s ruling on Turning Point USA’s status as an RSO and the University’s censoring of The Santa Clara newspaper have called into question the morality of certain decisions made by the university, particularly when it comes to respecting the rights of students and showing commitment to the common good. In this episode host…
 
This week Father Jeffrey Baerwald and host Miranda Bartosz attempt to define responsibility and outline how it should be implemented in everyday life– which turns out to be trickier than it seems, particularly when it comes to alcohol behaviors. They also talk about how responsibility works when it's an institution– like Santa Clara University– inv…
 
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