Category Archives: Murphy, Brenda

(1) Art and Ideas in Drama; (2) Philosophy and Public Policy, Part 5 of 7: Ethics and Education

Brenda Murphy speaks about art and ideas in drama, from George Bernard Shaw’s influence on twentieth-century drama to contemporary American theater. In the second episode [16:25], William Bennett, Steven Cahn,  James Rachels, and George Sher resume the series on philosophy and public … Continue reading

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Equal Rights Amendment and Society; Literacy in America; The American Theater

William Chafe discusses the possible effects of the Equal Rights Amendment on American society and how it might affect the role of women in the home. He comments on gender roles as seen from different cultural perspectives and in different … Continue reading

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