Aristotle’s Happiness vs. The 21st Century’s Happiness by Paulina Harwell

“Happiness” is the state that almost all humans hope to be in throughout their life. Happiness is an intriguing and controversial matter because no two people are exactly alike, therefore no two people find happiness the same way, meaning that there is no exact definition for happiness or exact steps to achieve it. People from … Continue reading

An Emphasis on Human Dignity: The Influence of Morality on Capitalism

An Emphasis on Human Dignity: The Influence of Morality on Capitalism

  Emma Odom Due to a dichotomy between work for self and work for others, contention presents itself in the evaluation of the principles of capitalism against the principles of Catholicism.  Advocates of capitalism, including Pope Leo XIII and Pope John Paul II, extol capitalism’s respect for the human right to personal enterprise and private property.  … Continue reading

From Neighborhoods to Dust

From Neighborhoods to Dust

Stephanie Woodward The modern city of Beijing was built on the backs of low paid migrant workers, mostly working in factories, sweatshops, and unsanitary working conditions for numerous years. On November 25, thousands of migrants had twenty four hours to evacuate their homes without consequences, as China’s municipal government demolished their homes and factories due … Continue reading