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Ideas - Beyond Fate - Part 2Oct 11, 2002 | 54:23Ideas Beyond Fate - Part 2 Audio
Ideas Beyond Fate - Part 2 Oct 11, 2002 | 54:23People today are often afflicted with a sense that they cannot change things for the better. They feel helpless, constrained, caught - in a word, fatalistic. Beyond Fate, Margaret Visser's 2002 CBC Massey Lectures, examines why. In her characteristic lively and highly engaging prose, Visser investigates what fate means to us, and where the propensity to believe in it and accept it comes from.
Ideas - Beyond Fate - Part 3Oct 11, 2002 | 54:23Ideas Beyond Fate - Part 3 Audio
Ideas Beyond Fate - Part 3 Oct 11, 2002 | 54:23People today are often afflicted with a sense that they cannot change things for the better. They feel helpless, constrained, caught - in a word, fatalistic. Beyond Fate, Margaret Visser's 2002 CBC Massey Lectures, examines why. In her characteristic lively and highly engaging prose, Visser investigates what fate means to us, and where the propensity to believe in it and accept it comes from.
Ideas - Beyond Fate - Part 4Oct 11, 2002 | 54:23Ideas Beyond Fate - Part 4 Audio
Ideas Beyond Fate - Part 4 Oct 11, 2002 | 54:23People today are often afflicted with a sense that they cannot change things for the better. They feel helpless, constrained, caught - in a word, fatalistic. Beyond Fate, Margaret Visser's 2002 CBC Massey Lectures, examines why. In her characteristic lively and highly engaging prose, Visser investigates what fate means to us, and where the propensity to believe in it and accept it comes from.
Ideas - The Cult of Efficiency - Part 1Oct 11, 2001 | 54:22Ideas The Cult of Efficiency - Part 1 Audio
Ideas The Cult of Efficiency - Part 1 Oct 11, 2001 | 54:22We live in an age dominated by the cult of efficiency. In the marketplace of society, efficiency is often used as a code word to advance political agendas. But efficiency alone is not enough to give us what we think we want. Schools are closed, hospitals are reorganized in the name of efficiency, but the results are far from what we desire. Janice Gross Stein argues that the public good demands that we go beyond the cult of efficiency to talk about accountability and choice
Ideas - The Cult of Efficiency - Part 2Oct 11, 2001 | 54:22Ideas The Cult of Efficiency - Part 2 Audio
Ideas The Cult of Efficiency - Part 2 Oct 11, 2001 | 54:22We live in an age dominated by the cult of efficiency. In the marketplace of society, efficiency is often used as a code word to advance political agendas. But efficiency alone is not enough to give us what we think we want. Schools are closed, hospitals are reorganized in the name of efficiency, but the results are far from what we desire. Janice Gross Stein argues that the public good demands that we go beyond the cult of efficiency to talk about accountability and choice
Ideas - The Cult of Efficiency - Part 3Oct 11, 2001 | 54:22Ideas The Cult of Efficiency - Part 3 Audio
Ideas The Cult of Efficiency - Part 3 Oct 11, 2001 | 54:22We live in an age dominated by the cult of efficiency. In the marketplace of society, efficiency is often used as a code word to advance political agendas. But efficiency alone is not enough to give us what we think we want. Schools are closed, hospitals are reorganized in the name of efficiency, but the results are far from what we desire. Janice Gross Stein argues that the public good demands that we go beyond the cult of efficiency to talk about accountability and choice
Ideas - The Cult of Efficiency - Part 4Oct 11, 2001 | 54:22Ideas The Cult of Efficiency - Part 4 Audio
Ideas The Cult of Efficiency - Part 4 Oct 11, 2001 | 54:22We live in an age dominated by the cult of efficiency. In the marketplace of society, efficiency is often used as a code word to advance political agendas. But efficiency alone is not enough to give us what we think we want. Schools are closed, hospitals are reorganized in the name of efficiency, but the results are far from what we desire. Janice Gross Stein argues that the public good demands that we go beyond the cult of efficiency to talk about accountability and choice
Ideas - The Cult of Efficiency - Part 5Oct 11, 2001 | 54:23Ideas The Cult of Efficiency - Part 5 Audio
Ideas The Cult of Efficiency - Part 5 Oct 11, 2001 | 54:23We live in an age dominated by the cult of efficiency. In the marketplace of society, efficiency is often used as a code word to advance political agendas. But efficiency alone is not enough to give us what we think we want. Schools are closed, hospitals are reorganized in the name of efficiency, but the results are far from what we desire. Janice Gross Stein argues that the public good demands that we go beyond the cult of efficiency to talk about accountability and choice.
Ideas - The Rights Revolution - Part 3Oct 11, 2000 | 54:23Ideas The Rights Revolution - Part 3 Audio
Ideas The Rights Revolution - Part 3 Oct 11, 2000 | 54:23Canada is in the middle of a rights revolution. Since the proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, rights have become the dominant language of the public good across the world. Canadian writer and historian Michael Ignatieff goes to the heart of what Canadians mean by community, country and commitment.
Ideas - The Rights Revolution - Part 4Oct 11, 2000 | 54:23Ideas The Rights Revolution - Part 4 Audio
Ideas The Rights Revolution - Part 4 Oct 11, 2000 | 54:23Canada is in the middle of a rights revolution. Since the proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, rights have become the dominant language of the public good across the world. Canadian writer and historian Michael Ignatieff goes to the heart of what Canadians mean by community, country and commitment.
Ideas - The Rights Revolution - Part 5Oct 11, 2000 | 54:22Ideas The Rights Revolution - Part 5 Audio
Ideas The Rights Revolution - Part 5 Oct 11, 2000 | 54:22Canada is in the middle of a rights revolution. Since the proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, rights have become the dominant language of the public good across the world. Canadian writer and historian Michael Ignatieff goes to the heart of what Canadians mean by community, country and commitment.
Ideas - The Rights Revolution - Part 1Oct 7, 2000 | 52:23Ideas The Rights Revolution - Part 1 Audio
Ideas The Rights Revolution - Part 1 Oct 7, 2000 | 52:23Canada is in the middle of a rights revolution. Since the proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, rights have become the dominant language of the public good across the world. Canadian writer and historian Michael Ignatieff goes to the heart of what Canadians mean by community, country and commitment.
Ideas - The Rights Revolution - Part 2Oct 7, 2000 | 54:22Ideas The Rights Revolution - Part 2 Audio
Ideas The Rights Revolution - Part 2 Oct 7, 2000 | 54:22Canada is in the middle of a rights revolution. Since the proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, rights have become the dominant language of the public good across the world. Canadian writer and historian Michael Ignatieff goes to the heart of what Canadians mean by community, country and commitment.
Ideas - The Triumph of Narrative - Part 1Oct 7, 1999 | 54:25Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 1 Audio
Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 1 Oct 7, 1999 | 54:25Of all the ways that people have learned to communicate with each other, the story is the most human, the most flexible, and perhaps the most dangerous. Journalist and critic Robert Fulford tells the story of how stories live and breathe at the heart of our culture.
Ideas - The Triumph of Narrative - Part 2Oct 7, 1999 | 54:30Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 2 Audio
Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 2 Oct 7, 1999 | 54:30Of all the ways that people have learned to communicate with each other, the story is the most human, the most flexible, and perhaps the most dangerous. Journalist and critic Robert Fulford tells the story of how stories live and breathe at the heart of our culture.

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