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Health and Society

Integral Human Development: From Paternalism to Accompaniment

To what extent can ordinary people, and especially underserved and marginalized people, hope to determine the direction of their own lives and the shape of their own communities?...

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Health and Society

The Populorum Progressio Roots of Present Day Catholic Social Teaching: Pope Paul VI

Populorum Progressio is widely regarded as the magna carta of development, providing the basis for many of the Catholic Church’s policies on integral human development. Stefano...

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Law and Politics

Is it Time to Try Socialism?

Bhaskar Sunkara of Jacobin Magazine, and Jay Richards, professor at The Catholic University of America, debate the merits of socialism.

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Science and Technology

Ten Years Hence 2017: Professor Frank Incopera

Professor Frank Incropera, H. Clifford and Evelyn A. Brosey Professor Emeritus and Matthew H. McCloskey Dean Emeritus of the College of Engineering at the University of Notre...

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Law and Politics

Brexit, the WTO, and the Future of UK Trade: Session 3 of 3

This video is part of the Notre Dame Student-Alumni Lecture Series 2016; this is the last of three roundtable discussions regarding the trade implications of Brexit. The sessions...

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Law and Politics

Brexit and Trade Negotiations outside the EU: Session 2 of 3

This video is part of the Notre Dame Student-Alumni Lecture Series 2016; this is the second of three roundtable discussions regarding the trade implications of Brexit. The...

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Law and Politics

Brexit and Trade Negotiations with the EU: Session 1 of 3

This video is part of the Notre Dame Student-Alumni Lecture Series 2016; this is the first of three roundtable discussions regarding the trade implications of Brexit. The sessions...

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Law and Politics

Impacts of the Presidential Election on the Supreme Court

Leading constitutional law expert Amy Coney Barrett, a former clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, came to the Public Policy Institute of Jacksonville University...

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Law and Politics

Tension City: The Televised Presidential Debates

As part of the 2016-17 ND Forum, Janet Brown, executive director of the Commission for Public Debates, Dorothy Ridings, former president of the League of Women Voters, and past...

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Law and Politics

What Judges Want: Goals and Personalities on the U.S. Supreme Court

U.S. Supreme Court justices are often viewed as rational actors who strategically pursue multiple goals, including policy influence, collegiality, and leisure. Yet these models...

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Health and Society

Catholic Health Care’s Role in Integral Human Development

What role can Catholic health care play in the moral development of the United States? Sr. Carol Keehan, DC, RN, MS, claims it has the ability and obligation to go beyond...

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Health and Society

A Conversation with Cardinal Rodríguez: Thoughts on Laudato Si and the Synod

The Center for Social Concerns’ annual theme for 2015–16 was the “Care of All Creation,” connecting to the publication of Laudato Si. In January 2016, Cardinal Oscar...

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