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Love your children. That’s it. That’s my 60-second solution to changing the world.
I am in no way what I think of as a feminist (ask Alyssa if you don’t believe me).
“An American company going into Indonesia and working with regime that killed almost 200,000 people…I know that that’s got to bother you…I don’t know you personally, but I know you have a conscience” – Michael Moore to Phil Knight (Nike’s CEO) … Continue reading
1) Which exhibit in the Kiva Case added most to your understanding of the reading? 2) How does Nozick’s consideration of history/past experiences tie into the Campaigns and Movements article by Richard Rorty? 3) How would Donatella de Porta, et … Continue reading
Last year, around this time, I woke up to the news that Bucknell University was buying the Campus Theater. Now I must explain to you that I have been going to the campus theater since my freshman year. I have … Continue reading
Can a country reverse its growth? Because it seems that the United States of America has been. While globalization is helping many countries worldwide develop, America itself is suffering. As a whole, the US is massively in debt to other … Continue reading
I found our discussion in class last Thursday, regarding whether or not a business can be ethical in its actions, extremely disturbing. To me, this isn’t a question. Correct me if I am wrong, but don’t we as people – … Continue reading
Can we really blame Nike entirely for their exploitation of overseas workers? Can we blame Shell for their exploitation of Nigerian resources? Ethically, I still firmly believe that these companies have a responsibility to the community affected by their actions. … Continue reading
(This was posted two weeks ago but in the wrong blog…) I have been thinking about something that was mentioned in the “utilitarian” article since I read it yesterday, and again more intensely since class today. I am not convinced … Continue reading