Arthur Dobrin

Arthur Dobrin


Applying Philosophy to Your Life (V&E-14)

applying philosophy November 16th, 2017

What is applied philosophy? How should we live? What is the right thing to do? Are we really free? What ancient ideas and teachings are still applicable to modern life? What can professional philosophers offer us that we can use in a practical way? These are important questions from the realm of applied philosophy, which is an ideal discipline to identify astute questions and provide insight into potential answers. In this excerpt from chapter 14 in the book Values & Ethics: From Living Room to Boardroom, I interview Tom Morris, Ph.D. and Arthur Dobrin, Ph.D., both philosophers, authors, and former professors at major universities to achieve some insight into applying philosophy to your life.

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Applying Philosophy to Your Life

January 22nd, 2017

Jason is happy about having the chance to speak with two extraordinary ethicists. Philosopher Arthur Dobrin, Professor at Hofstra University, is active in Amnesty International and was a leader at the Ethical Humanist society of Long Island. He also is the author of wonderful books such as Love Your Neighbor: Stories of Values and Virtues,

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