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How do we address sexual violence at Canadian universities?

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On January 9, the Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs responded to the developing crisis at the Dalhousie Dental School with a panel discussion about violence on Canadian campuses.

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Sexualized violence on our campuses

January 13, 2015
| On January 9, the Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs responded to the developing crisis at the Dalhousie Dental School with a panel discussion about violence on Canadian campuses.
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| January 8, 2015

Dalhousie dentistry crisis continues to escalate in 2015

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After new details in the Dalhouse dentistry crisis came to light yesterday, the university needs to launch a full public investigation.

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| January 6, 2015
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A pretty good year for progress

You have to be careful about declaring progress in history. Think of poor Hegel. In 1806 the matchless German philosopher was in the streets of Jena when the emperor Napoleon rode by. "I have seen the world spirit on horseback," he wrote. He meant that after millennia of lurching around, human history had come to its senses and reached its pinnacle — embodied in a leader who personified the spirit of the French Revolution: liberty, equality, solidarity. Above all: freedom. Our species had finally achieved its potential.

So how’d that work out for him and the rest of us?

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