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December 04, 2006

What Would Plato Do?

Posted in: Faculty/Staff in the News, Announcements

Saint Anselm professors Elaine Rizzo and Edward McGushin were featured this morning on New Hampshire Public Radio's call-in program, The Exchange. You can listen to the show through the NHPR Web site at www.nhpr.org/node/11916. Provided below is NHPR's show description.

"Professors from Saint Anselm College are bringing the ancient Greek philosopher's lessons to the Goffstown Women's Prison. The goal: using philosophy to explain how we make choices. We'll explore how Plato's work can still apply to all areas of our lives, from politics to love. Laura Knoy's guests are Edward McGushin, assistant professor of philosophy at Saint Anselm College, and Elaine Rizzo, professor of criminal justice and co-director of the Consortium of Justice and Society at Saint Anselm College."


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