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tags: How to Combat Modern Slavery, philosophy, morality, ethics, behavior, poverty, culture, slavery, human rights, human values, Kevin Bales, TEDTalks, streaming video In this moving yet pragmatic talk, Kevin Bales explains the business of modern slavery, a multibillion-dollar economy that underpins some of the worst industries on earth. He shares stats and personal stories from…

tags: Science CAN Answer Moral Questions, philosophy, morality, ethics, behavior, brain, neurobiology, religion, culture, well-being, human rights, human values, Sam Harris, TEDTalks, streaming video Questions of good and evil, right and wrong are commonly thought unanswerable by science. But Sam Harris argues that science can — and should — be an authority on moral issues,…

Who: Dr. Jeff Schweitzer What: free public presentation, “Moral Life in a Random World” Where: SLC Conference Center, 352 7th avenue (between 29th and 30th streets), 16th floor. When: 700pm, Thursday, 9 July

Who: Dr. Jeff Schweitzer What: free public presentation, “Moral Life in a Random World” Where: SLC Conference Center, 352 7th avenue (between 29th and 30th streets), 16th floor. When: 700pm, Thursday, 9 July

Who: Dr. Jeff Schweitzer What: free public presentation, “Moral Life in a Random World” Where: SLC Conference Center, 352 7th avenue (between 29th and 30th streets), 16th floor. When: 700pm, Thursday, 9 July

Who: Dr. Jeff Schweitzer What: free public presentation, “Moral Life in a Random World” Where: SLC Conference Center, 352 7th avenue (between 29th and 30th streets), 16th floor. When: 700pm, Thursday, 9 July

tags: religion, morality, godlessness, atheism, occam’s razor, aesop’s fables, streaming video This video is an interesting testament to why one man is an atheist, and what forms the root of human morals. My opinion? Let’s just say that I prefer Aesop’s fables to the bible [7:06]