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Although the first six letters of “professor” makes it clear, the central duty of a professor is often misunderstood or forgotten. Professors are those with a distinctive point of view which, as experts in the field, are qualified to advocate for, argue, and teach. In other words, a professor is one who professes. In this blog, we openly express our own positions on issues in ethics, religious studies, and philosophy—our areas of expertise.

Posted on March 4, 2024 by Joel Heim1 comments 

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Civility is the foundation of a harmonious society. It is the glue that holds communities together and fosters a sense of mutual respect and understanding. In today's fast-paced world, where social media has made it easier to express our opinions and thoughts, it is more important than ever to practice civility in our interactions.

We all need to be mindful of our language, tone, and engagement with others. It also means being open to diverse perspectives and engaging in healthy discussions rather than resorting to personal attacks.

Civility goes beyond being polite; it is about actively listening to others and showing empathy towards their views. It is about recognizing that everyone has experiences and beliefs that shape their opinions. By being civil, we create a safe space for open dialogue and a more inclusive environment.

Remember the importance of civility the next time you post or comment on social media.

Let us all be the change we want to see in the online world and spread kindness and empathy wherever we go.

#Civility #RespectfulCommunication #Kindness #SpreadLove #BeKind

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