Dr. Arsalan Memon

Assistant Professor, Philosophy

Ph.D., University of Memphis, 2012
M.A., Suny Stony Brook University, 2007
B.A., DePaul University, 2005

Celebration of Scholarship:
Challenging Neuroscience on Mereological Grounds: Toward Understanding the Mereological Fallacy Faculty Project in Humanities Dr. Arsalan Memon


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    February 12, 2021 at 12:10 pm

    Risk Assessment Experiences Innovative Management of Prevention Promoting Learning through Online Technology. The grant helped in the research project through the Colonel Stephen S. and Lyla Doherty Center for Aviation.

    1. Dr. Kubilay Yado Arin
      February 12, 2021 at 12:11 pm

      As government employees in various countries struggle to cope with the ideology of the leaders or political parties in power, the profession of diplomacy faces the same challenges. Unlike other advisers, who offer policy options through reports, diplomatic staff observe political crises on the ground and analyze the political circumstances around a potential decision based on their experience as well as observations in the country they serve.

      Due to the politicization of foreign policy and the popular appeal of criticizing bureaucratic systems as inefficient, slow, and ineffective, the old methods of communication between civil servants and elected representatives are not working anymore. Diplomats are becoming more and more invisible in international crises, despite their potential to contribute to solutions. Moreover, this tension between the two pillars of the state — elected representatives and appointed government workers — does nothing to help solve serious international problems, from mass migration to climate change.

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