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Harvard Professor Michael Sandel Adds New Title: Seoulite

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Mayor Park Won-soon officially honored Professor Sandel as an honorary citizen of Seoul at a ceremony last Friday, reports the Wall Street Journal. Professor Sandel’s books have been widely popular in South Korea culminating in his 2012 book tour. Photo courtesy of Wall Street Journal (MiraeN)

The Guardian: Michael Sandel Webchat October 24, 2014

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Michael Sandel is joining The Guardian for a webchat on Friday, October 24, 2014, at 11:45am BST. If you’ve ever wanted to follow up on one of Professor Sandel’s points or philosophies or ask him a question in general, please submit your questions to The Guardian.   Photo Courtesy of The Guardian/Jared Leeds PR  

Radio Times: The Public Philosopher: Cultivating the Art of Listening

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BBC journalist, Justin Webb, recently sat down with Professor Sandel to talk moral dilemmas and Sandel’s new series of programs that will be available on Radio 4. The first program in the “The Public Philosopher” series will deal with the question of whether or not there are any actions or behaviors governments should step in [...]

Fife Today: “Is there anything that money can’t buy…?”

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At Michael Sandel’s 2014 Adam Smith Lecture in Kirkcaldy, he shared his views and philosophies based on his book What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets in front of a captivated audience. Photo Courtesy of Fife Photo Agency  

The Courier: Michael Sandel to Deliver 2014 Adam Smith Lecture in Kirkcaldy

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The Adam Smith Lecture is an event marked to celebrate the life and work of Scottish moralist and pioneer of political Economy, Adam Smith.  Revered as the “most relevant living philosopher” today, Michael Sandel is set to speak at the Adam Smith Theatre, Tuesday, April 29.  

The Guardian: This Much I Know

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Michael Sandel is featured in the The Guardian’s “This Much I Know” series, in which celebrities share the lessons that life has taught them.  Sandel discusses philosophy, Judaism, economics, income disparities, and technology, among other things in his profile. Photo Courtesy of The Guardian

Michael Sandel Interviewed on Australian Radio

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Michael Sandel argues in his latest book that just about every area of life—from family to work, and from education to law—is deemed to have a market value.  Ours is a world in which everything is for sale.  Listen to the interview here.

Project Syndicate: Year in Review 2012

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                              In Project Syndicate’s year end review, economists, philosophers, intellectual, public leaders, and more provided a reflection of the year 2012, and the state of society. Their writings and analyses not only provide a critical look into the world today, but [...]

PBS Newshour: Betting on Death [Video]

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    Death is a sensitive topic, especially when insurance money is taken into account. In a sense, the insurance game places bets on when people will die and tries to profit from these gambles. Michael Sandel discusses with PBS Newshour the morality of secondary markets for life insurance. What is your opinion? Watch the [...]

PBS Newshour: ‘What Money Can’t Buy’ and What it Shouldn’t Buy [Video]

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What is the difference between a market economy and a market society? PBS Newshour and Michael Sandel discuss these differences and why certain market interactions are wrong. In a democratic society, why is it wrong to have buy people to stand in line for you for seats at a congressional hearing? What do you think, [...]