Q&A with Emily Hagen: Wisdom and Ethical Decision Making

  Central Consideration for this Article: How can understanding the difference between knowledge and wisdom promote people to make more ethically sound decisions? Emily Hagen graduated from Cornell University in May 2017, with a degree in Human Development.  In college, she realized her passion for bioethics and conducted research on the topics of wisdom and […]

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Transcripts of Implications Interviews

Jen: Tamirra, thanks so much for joining us today! Tamirra: Yes, no problem, so happy to be here. J: Could you tell us a little bit about your background in health and education? T: Starting with my undergraduate degree, I went to University of Alabama and I majored in kinesiology and I liked it so […]

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What is Identity?

By Steven Romanello Identity is defined broadly. If one were to look up the definition of the word “Identity”, a single dictionary may contain more than five different definitions for the word. The Mariam-Webster dictionary for example, contains seven! Webster’s first definition defines the word to mean “sameness of essential or generic character”. It elaborates […]

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