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Blogging about the good life. Host of podcast, Sacred and Profane Love.

    Virtue Talk podcast: “Early learning about food is really learning about people” – Katherine Kinzler

    Virtue Talk podcast: “Early learning about food is really learning about people” – Katherine Kinzler

    Click the link below to hear our scholar and Associate Professor of Psychology and Human Development at Cornell University Katherine Kinzler discuss her work in child food preferences (with collaborators Zoe Liberman, University of California, Santa Barbara; and at the University of Chicago, Samantha Fan, Amanda Woodward, Boaz Keysar); and how working with scholars in our … Continue reading Virtue Talk podcast: “Early learning about food is really learning about people” – Katherine Kinzler →

    Virtue Talk podcast: “Universal human virtues” – Tahera Qutbuddin

    Virtue Talk podcast: “Universal human virtues” – Tahera Qutbuddin

    Click the link below to hear our scholar and Professor of Arabic Literature Tahera Qutbuddin discuss her research and recent books A Treasury of Virtues: Sayings, Sermons, and Teachings of ‘Ali, and Light in the Heavens: Sayings of the Prophet Muhammad, and how her research is impacted by working within our project. The text of … Continue reading Virtue Talk podcast: “Universal human virtues” – Tahera Qutbuddin →

    Virtue Talk Podcast: “Moral character of particular acts” – Fr. Kevin Flannery

    Virtue Talk Podcast: “Moral character of particular acts” – Fr. Kevin Flannery

    Click the link below to hear our scholar and philosopher Fr. Kevin Flannery discuss his research in action theory, how we analyze whether an act is good or not within its context, and how his research is impacted by working within our project. Kevin Flannery | Virtue Talk Rev. Kevin Flannery , S.J., is Professor of the History … Continue reading Virtue Talk Podcast: “Moral character of particular acts” – Fr. Kevin Flannery →

    “To Change the World Through Thought” – Virtue Talk Podcast: Philosopher Matthias Haase

    “To Change the World Through Thought” – Virtue Talk Podcast: Philosopher Matthias Haase

    Click the link below to hear our scholar and philosopher Matthias Haase discuss his research in philosophy of action, and the unexpected benefits of doing research with theologians and psychologists. Matthias Haase | Virtue Talk Matthias Haase is Lecturer at the University of Leipzig, and in January 2016, will be Assistant Professor of Philosophy at … Continue reading “To Change the World Through Thought” – Virtue Talk Podcast: Philosopher Matthias Haase →

    Virtue Talk Podcast: Philosopher Talbot Brewer

    Virtue Talk Podcast: Philosopher Talbot Brewer

    Click the link below to hear our scholar and philosopher Talbot Brewer discuss his research in looking at agency within ethical theory, and how his research is impacted by working within our project. Talbot Brewer | Virtue Talk Talbot Brewer is Professor and Chair of Philosophy at the University of Virginia. Read more here.   … Continue reading Virtue Talk Podcast: Philosopher Talbot Brewer →

    Virtue Talk Podcast: Michael Gorman on Listening to Others and Finding Meaning

    Virtue Talk Podcast: Michael Gorman on Listening to Others and Finding Meaning

    Click the link below to hear our scholar and philosopher Michael Gorman discuss his research in human fulfillment, and how his thinking about scholarship and research has been impacted in surprising ways by our collaborative project. Michael Gorman | Virtue Talk Micahel Gorman is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the School of Philosophy at The … Continue reading Virtue Talk Podcast: Michael Gorman on Listening to Others and Finding Meaning →

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