The journal is happy to present an audio interview between Shefa Siegel, author of The Missing Ethics of Mining, an essay featured in our Spring 2013 issue, and John Tessitore, editor of Ethics International Affairs. The interview expands upon Siegels many insights in his essay on the nature, shortcomings, history, and future of mining.
THE MISSING ETHICS OF MINING. There is a maddening futility about speaking of mining, as if it were singular or coherent. It is like talking about Africa or addressing the international community in the fashion of humanitarians, as if it is all one big thing.
14/02/2013· More than ever, humanity relies on minerals to sustain its existence. The growth of population, speed of transportation, proliferation of electronic gadgets and games, and delivery of electricity all depend on the expansion of mining. And yet we are ready to discuss almost any other ethics before the ethics of mining.
The editors of Ethics International Affairs are pleased to present the Spring 2022 issue of the journal! The highlight of this issue is a roundtable organized by Jesse Kirkpatrick on moral injury, trauma, and war, featuring contributions by Jesse Kirkpatrick; Daniel
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designed to spur growth, eliminate all tariffs and establish the single largest free market in the world, based on democracies that respect the rule of law. This should include Canada and Mexico from the outset, and later be open to all democracies that adopt the same rules. A key part of this process would be.
14/02/2013· The Missing Ethics of Mining Ethics International Affairs, Volume 27.1 February 14, 2013
J. Bryan Hehir focuses on the continuing moral challenge of nuclear weapons, recalls the intellectual and moral lessons of the last century and identifies three leading issues in nuclear ethics today: post cold war challenges to nonproliferation and deterrence, the new challenges posed by the terrorist threat, and recent proposals for Going to Zero.
The aim of Ethics International Affairs, the journal of the Carnegie Council, is to help close the gap between theory and practice by publishing original essays that integrate rigorous thinking about principles of justice and morality into discussions of practical dilemmas related to current policy developments, global institutional
20/02/2013· Once again, we have been speaking with Shefa Siegel, whose essay, "The Missing Ethics of Mining" appears in the Spring 2013 issue of Ethics International Affairs. That essay, as well as much more, is available online at .ethicsandinternationalaffairs . Thank you, Shefa, for joining us, and the best to you in your very important good work.
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