UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS UND professor publishes textbook on philosophy and education
Samuel Rocha, an assistant professor in the University of North Dakotas Department of Educational Foundations and Research, has publishedA Primer for Philosophy & Education: an accessible introd... Posted on 5/9/13 at 9:10 AM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! The Hunger for Death
Would you pay to watch 24 children kill each other?
I did, this weekend, when I bought a ticket to "The Hunger Games," which is playing at our local theater in Jamestown. Now obviously no children we... Posted on 5/2/12 at 10:00 AM
NEW PLATEAUS The Divisive Creative
On one hand, we all like a creative person. We like their music and art and books and movies. We like their sense of humor and marvel at "how they came up with that" so-and-so invention or idea.
But ... Posted on 4/4/12 at 4:05 PM
THE NEW FORTY Miracle worker in a jar?
I have used facial products from the Philosophy line for years now. The primary product line I use is the Hope line - Hope in a Jar and When Hope Is Not Enough. When I started using When Hope Is Not E... Posted on 8/19/11 at 10:42 AM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Tracks
Sometimes I wonder... am I on the right track? Am I going into the woods or coming out? If I am coming out my feet are wet.
Am I on the edge of the road and going..right then left..and back o... Posted on 3/29/09 at 7:51 AM
Samuel Rocha, an assistant professor in the UND department of educational foundations and research, has published “A Primer for Philosophy & Education,” an accessible introduction for anyone interested in those subjects.
“There are some who can live without wild things and some who cannot. These essays are the delights and dilemmas of one who cannot.”
So writes Aldo Leopold in “A Sand County Almanac,” a collection of essays on conservation and the natural world that is widely considered one of the most important works of its kind ever written.
Grand Forks is a hockey town, but the question of whether it has a “hockey mentality” will be up for discussion when the UND Department of Philosophy offers a free viewing of the 1977 movie “Slap Shot” at 7 tonight in the Empire Arts Center.
Earthquakes in Haiti and Chili. Poverty in American cities, in rural areas and on Indian reservations. With a world full of suffering, why should be care? Are we morally obligated to help those from different cultures, ethnicities, religions?
After weeks crossing the high seas, Claude Levi-Strauss breathed in his first lungful of the New World, a perfume tinged with pepper or tobacco. The sensory awakening was the start of a journey that turned a young Parisian scholar into a founder of modern anthropology.
View your ad here! Cost effective targeted advertising. Contextual advertising starting as low as $79/month. This includes targeted ad delivery and search results! Add your business to the Marketplace »