- Ethics at Noon is the Ethics in Society Program's weekly brownbag seminar. Our class is open to the public and meets Fridays from 12-1pm in Room 112 of Building 110 on the Main Quad. Each week, we invite a faculty or staff member from around the university to speak on the ethical issues at play in their work. Contact Albert Pak (email@example.com) with questions.
Monthly Archives: September 2010
Jennifer Rosner is author of If a Tree Falls: One Family’s Quest to Hear and Be Heard. Her talk is titled, “Parenting and Politics in Deafness”. Continue reading
All undergraduates are invited to attend the first yearly meeting of The Dualist, Stanford’s undergraduate philosophy journal. The first meeting will be this Thursday, September 30th, at 12:15pm in room 90-92Q (in the Philosophy Department.) Continue reading
Post responses to Jim Steyer’s talk on media ethics in the comments section.
Jim Steyer, CEO of Common Sense Media and our first speaker for the year, will be giving a talk on media ethics. Continue reading
Ethics@noon is a 1-unit course (ETHICSOC 10, “Ethics in Theory and Practice”) in which Stanford faculty members come in each week to tackle important questions of ethics that arise in private and public life. We’ll be using this blog to keep you updated on the talks and facilitate a class discussion on them. Continue reading