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It must be understood not only as an academic discourse made by persons hidden in their ivory tower, but also as applied philosophy, lowered to the expectations and understanding of consumption societies.
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I think the most promising theme in the book is its encouragement for the reader to revise what she or he thinks of as the standard methodology in applied philosophy (within which Bufacchi includes much political philosophy).
Palmer describes his perspective on juvenile justice issues as "progressive conventional wisdom." In these volumes, he collects the lion's share of his juvenile justice columns, which reflect "an applied philosophy" that emphasizes limits on juvenile criminalization and institutionalization, strong defense attorney representation, reliance on community-based services over residential programs, restraining state interventions with modest violations, the elimination of minority overrepresentation and reliance on restorative justice.
In terms of disciplinary mix, since the journal was established by Alan Holland within the philosophy department at Lancaster University it has always had a strong applied philosophy aspect, and this was evident in membership of the Board in 2007.
The three articles in this section arose out of recent collaborative work initiated by the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, an Australian Research Council Special Research Centre.
This study, which may be called an example of applied philosophy, asks us to look again at the questions involved in the sale of organs.
This is a very challenging book to review, as it emerged from a workshop held in 2008 at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at Melbourne University, which brought together academics, military officers and the general public to discuss ethical issues in modern combat.
This book is a compilation of papers originally presented at a 2006 UK conference of the Society for Applied Philosophy. The theme was the philosophy of public health.
They aren't just about philosophy, but applied philosophy.
Peter Singer is a professor of bioethics at the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University and Laureate Professor in the Center for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at the University of Melbourne.
Peter Singer is Professor of Bioethics at the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University and Laureate Professor in the Center for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at the University of Melbourne.

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