Double portion of fame for me tonight.

I’ll be on the radio tonight, talking about political ethics as applied to recent headlines.

I’ll be on the Dr. Howard Gluss radio show tonight, talking about political ethics (in the broadest sense: questions of how politicians should act, not just scandal) as applied to recent headlines: DADT, the oil spill, immigration, and whatever else comes up.

My part of the show will air from 8 to 8:30 p.m. on KFNX 1100 in Phoenix—which also streams live—and the podcast will be available on the show’s website about 36 hours later.  A blurb for the show and a link to where it will stream are here.

One oddity: while Arizona is on Mountain time, the part that includes Phoenix doesn’t observe daylight savings.  So unless I’m mistaken, 8-8:30 Phoenix time, at this time of year, is also 8-8:30 Pacific time.

Author: Andrew Sabl

Andrew Sabl, a political theorist, is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto. He is the author of Ruling Passions: Political Offices and Democratic Ethics and Hume’s Politics: Coordination and Crisis in the History of England, both from Princeton University Press. His research interests include political ethics, liberal and democratic theory, toleration, the work of David Hume, and the realist school of contemporary political thought. He is currently finishing a book for Harvard University Press titled The Uses of Hypocrisy: An Essay on Toleration. He divides his time between Toronto and Brooklyn.

2 thoughts on “Double portion of fame for me tonight.”

  1. None of Arizona observes Daylight Saving (there's no final S) Time. So when the Pacific time zone observes DST (7.5 months out of 12), Arizona is on the same time. The rest of the year, it's an hour later.

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