Tag Archives: ecological sustainability

Why I voted for Bernie Sanders

I voted for Bernie Sanders because he is the only candidate who truly understands that we have entered the sixth great extinction on the planet and the only great extinction caused by one species. I voted for Bernie Sanders because … Continue reading

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The Unsustainable City – Maymester 2015

Maymester Class at Oklahoma City University – Full tuition scholarships available for the first 15 Oklahoma City University students to enroll  PHIL 3763 Topics in Ethics: The Unsustainable City SOC 4603 Special Topics: The Unsustainable City INDP 3963 The Unsustainable … Continue reading

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World House Scholars Program at Oklahoma City University

The World House Scholars program aspires to be a premier liberal arts program for preparing students to engage in lives of social and ecological responsibility. All World House scholars participate in service learning projects; complete courses addressing issues of peace, justice, … Continue reading

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Our Endowment

When one receives an endowment, sound fiscal policy dictates that only the interest from the principal be used. A prudent manager of the endowment would invest at least a portion of the interest back into the endowment principal in order … Continue reading

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Cooperative Flourishing

The field of evolutionary biology provides evidence that collaboration is even more important than competition in the evolution of diverse and healthy ecosystems. It is not just about survival of the fittest; it is more importantly about the flourishing of … Continue reading

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Systemic Approaches

Martin Luther King, Jr. understood that racism was not only a problem of individual attitudes and practices in society. He knew that is was also and more fundamentally a systemic problem. A whole network of systems, structures, laws, customs, and … Continue reading

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