UNSW Scientia Fellow and Associate Professor Jessica Whyte discussed the topic "is capitalism inimical to ethics' originally recorded live at the 4th Australasian Political Theory and Political Philosophy Conference.
In this opinion piece, UNSW Scientia Fellow and Associate Professor Jessica Whyte, explores the work of Friedrich Hayek (1899–1992), where the social mechanism may no longer be guided by the invisible hand of God’s providence, but what it requires
Six decades ago, 'the brides’ plane' brought young, single, Catholic domestic workers under Plan Marta - a migration agreement between the governments of Australia and Spain, bolstered by the Catholic Church.
The UNSW Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences hosted two premier education and humanities conferences in the past month – the NSW Council of Deans of Education (NSWCDE) Conference from 29-30 August and the Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Soc
Research from UNSW Sydney is among the best in the world with the University receiving more top ratings in broad fields of research than any other Australian university in the 2018 Excellence in Research in Australia (ERA) analysis.