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Philosophy Talk: J.S. Mill and the Good Life

Jun 25, 2019

Is it better to choose a life of suffering or live happily in somebody else's vision?


Philosophy Talk: The Limits of Tolerance

Jun 11, 2019

What do we do with people with people with whom we radically disagree: tolerate, shun, or persuade?


Philosophy Talk: One Child Too Many

Jan 11, 2019

In a world that's rapidly becoming overpopulated, can we at least talk about population control?


Philosophy Talk: Gun Control

Nov 2, 2018

What kind of right is the right to bear arms, if it is a right at all? 

    

Philosophy Talk: White Privilege and Racial Injustice

Oct 5, 2018

Is it a privilege or a right to be treated as you deserve to be?


Philosophy Talk: Food Justice

Oct 6, 2017

With the amount of food we produce and consume, why do so many people still go hungry?


Philosophy Talk: Racial Profiling and Implicit Bias

Jun 27, 2017

Is it human nature to react to new objects on the basis of visible traits and past experiences?


California Landlord/Tenant Laws, Issues, & Disputes. Guests: Landlord/Tenant attorneys: Jessica Chylik and Sal Timpano. Questions for Jessica &/or Sal? Please call toll-free 1-866-798-8255.  

Philosophy Talk asks about life and death in prison

Jan 12, 2016

What rights should convicted felons be expected to forfeit before prison becomes cruel and unusual punishment?


Philosophy Talk asks: Are some people better than others?

Aug 21, 2015

Should he most gifted among us be held back by the morality of ordinary folk?


Chuck Finney is joined by a panel from the San Francisco Bar Association to discuss the Americans with Disabilities Act protections for persons with disabilities.