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The Moral Imperative of Fitness
Several lifetimes ago, in a smelly storage closet adjacent to the basketball court in a Midwestern high school, a goateed civics teacher looked over a dozen or so sweaty teenage boys kneeling ... read more
Back to Gaza
“Please,” Sister Nabila finally says, using the word in the imperative ... with next to no losses,” the fitness freak assured him. “We’ve got the Israel Defense Forces. Best army in the world. And the ... read more
How to Turn Your Commute Into a Workout
He's an elite athlete, yes, but his orginal reason for mixing getting-to-business with fitness is relatable ... Then, there's the "moral imperative" of exercising your way to work, since doing so redu... read more
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Chris Hedges: Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt
For Hedges, resistance is carried out not simply for its success, but as a moral imperative that affirms life. From South African activists who dedicated their lives to ending apartheid, to contempora... read more
Rudd and the failed promise of climate security
Rudd attempted to justify climate action in Australia in a range of ways. He pointed to the economic cost of climate change and the moral imperative of Australia doing its part to confront a global an... read more
George Will / Is economic equality a moral imperative?
But Frankfurt's alternative to economic egalitarianism is the "doctrine of sufficiency," which is that the moral imperative should be that everyone have enough. The pursuit of increased economic equal... read more
World urgently needs a moral compass
Because inclusivity is not only a sound statecraft, it also fulfils the function of a moral imperative and together, they deliver stability and dignity to the human race. This moral imperative also en... read more
Has putting up a paywall at The Guardian become a moral imperative rather than a choice?
“They have a kind of semi-socialist state, in that they are run by the Scott Trust. They lost 31 million pounds last year, and 44 million the year before — they’ve lost money for nine straight years. ... read more
Traveling through time, with and without, the Nature Directives
Let’s do a little mental experiment to better grasp the challenge that the European Commission has thrown against European nature conservation through its “fitness check ... is not just about the mora... read more
The rise of the Fitbit kids: a good move or a step too far?
The concept of tracking your fitness with wearable technology is not new but ... That individuals have a moral and ethical imperative to take up practices that help them achieve happiness, healthiness ... read more
The moral hazard of letting money off the leash
That’s perhaps unavoidable in a world where social conditions and political imperatives dilute and clash with economic ... Not dissimilarly, Fitch Ratings has identified the moral hazard that may resu... read more
Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt with Chris Hedges
Popular uprisings in the United States and around the world are inevitable in the face of environmental destruction and wealth polarization. From South African activists who dedicated their lives to e... read more