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Philosophy: Hard Questions for Hard Times

By Jim Selman | Bio

One of the things I appreciate most about the Internet is
being ‘surprised’ when I stumble onto something or someone that I didn’t know
existed. This weekend a friend mentioned a new PBS series called “Justice
presented by a Harvard professor Michael J Sandel.
A few minutes

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Public Opinion

I have been reading seniorjournal.com, a news and information site on a variety of seniors’ and Boomers’ concerns—health, politics, leisure. Seems like there are more and more of these kinds of sites appearing, highlighting the demographic weight of the aging population. It’s looking like a bandwagon of marketing, services and commentary. The fact is that most of the conversation looks to me like the same kind of consumer-oriented

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