University Professors Should Be Taught How to Teach

Nobody can deny that university professors are good academics or experienced professionals. However, even leading experts in a field can make poor teachers if they don’t know how to convey their detailed knowledge in a clear and engaging way.

Will online voting become the new norm?

Online voting has a lot of potential to make voting much more convenient. However, while it would significantly lower the individual cost of casting a ballot, this doesn’t necessarily mean that it would boost voter turnout or increase accessibility. There’s muddled evidence about whether turnout would increase or not, and we can only expect small gains.

Should art be socially responsible?

Adding messages that most people find reprehensible may make viewing, reading or listening to a piece of art less entertaining. This could also reduce the money its creators make from it. Whatever the case, this view suggests that art should be socially responsible only insofar as this helps the artist achieve the aims for which the piece was created.

Should We Treat Ageing Like a Disease?

Ageing has been considered a natural and inevitable process for most of human history. However, the idea of redefining it as a disease has gained traction in recent years.

Is It Time to Abandon Green Growth?

Discussions on sustainability still revolve around green growth, making it easy to assume that it is possible and desirable. However, this assumption is increasingly being challenged by the degrowth movement and even some economists. Is green growth a useful paradigm for the 21st century, or is it time to update our ideas about sustainable development?

Sabina Narvaez

Originally from Mexico, but mostly grew up abroad and has Spanish nationality. Studies Philosophy, Politics, Law and Economics and mostly writes about these topics. Also interested in sustainability.
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