Our worry about fake news is more corrosive to our trust in media and in institutions than actual fake content has been. We wonder if we can trust anything we see.
We must increase our capacity for and interest in virtues and their formation, especially in this time of climate crisis, not succumb to a belief that “Oh well, there is little interest in being just or courageous, so I guess this business of virtue ethics…
Debra RienstraFebruary 22, 2020
Macfarlane’s journeys, remarkable as much for the philosophical and emotional strain as for the physical rigors they demanded, uncover what underlands mean to us: in these hidden worlds, we shelter what we treasure, dispose of what we fear, and coax the earth to yield what…
Debra RienstraJanuary 11, 2020
We've aired 12 episodes over the last few months, so it's time to figure out what we've learned. I guess we could call this a final exam day.
Debra RienstraDecember 6, 2019
The thing that I learned from my time working at the Justice Department is that good policy and making good policy takes time. It takes thoughtfulness. It takes deliberation. It's not crafted in late-night tweets.
Debra RienstraNovember 29, 2019