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To think about the news (4): Ask, who is trying to get my attention, and why?

By JoAnn McAllister | April 16, 2019

I have described three strategies for listening, thinking, and responding to the news: asking if it is really news, identifying…

To think about the news (3): Ask, who benefits, who doesn’t?

By JoAnn McAllister | April 9, 2019

This is my third question about the unfolding Mueller report controversy. First I asked of the initial flurry if it…

To think about the news (2): Ask, what is the point of view?

By JoAnn McAllister | April 2, 2019

Last week the focus of the news and political commentary was all about the submission of the Mueller report on…

March Madness: An “Experiential Commodity” with Money for the Men, Only Fame for the Women, and an Illusion for the Fans

By Jim Smith | March 24, 2019

It’s time for March Madness again, the scrambling tournament to determine the number one men and women’s National Collegiate Athletic…

To think about the news first ask if it is news

By JoAnn McAllister | March 23, 2019

At every turn we face a complicated world of different perspectives, whether in our everyday or virtual worlds, where conflicting…

Human Science and Being an Intellectual

By Jim Smith | March 7, 2019

As human science’s project is to transform the world, so is it the task of persons who are engaged in…

What is Unique about Human Science?

By Jim Smith | March 7, 2019

 If you look at a testimony of love from 2,000 years ago it can still exactly speak to you, whereas…

What is the Possible Breadth and Scope of Human Science?

By Jim Smith | March 7, 2019

Human Sciences are embodied with multiple features that distinguish its approach and body of work from the natural sciences.  “We…

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