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Legal Character Evidence Prohibitions and the Opacity of Character

Legal Character Evidence Prohibitions and the Opacity of Character

Posted on 14 June 2021 by

We tend to think another person’s character helps explain why she acts as she does. When we observe patterns in how others act, we take this to be evidence of […]

Places of formation: Cultivating open-mindedness amongst university students

Places of formation: Cultivating open-mindedness amongst university students

Posted on 30 December 2019 by

Bethan Willis                             Ed Brooks In the ongoing discussions around Brexit our relationship to place, near and far, […]

Can Exposure to “Fake News” Damage Our Intellectual Character?

Can Exposure to “Fake News” Damage Our Intellectual Character?

Posted on 15 January 2018 by

There is no denying the current widespread interest in the phenomenon of “fake news”. Reflection on the quality of recent political debates has fuelled concerns about the use of inaccurate […]

Arguing Virtuously

Arguing Virtuously

Posted on 14 August 2017 by

I recently found out that I had been collecting books by accident. Rearranging some shelves, I discovered I had several books with similar titles, all acquired at different times, and […]