- 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: May 2012
Hi E@N! So today’s talk was a little different from the others. It was a lot more like a standard political philosophy lecture than the applied ethics discussions that we normally get. As I have strong interests in political philosophy, … Continue reading
Hi E@N! Hope you enjoyed today’s talk. I think our discussion topic for this week is pretty clear, given the talk. I want to know what you think about these settlement-mills! On the one hand, they aren’t at all honest … Continue reading
Hey E@N, Thank you for your patience today in waiting for Prof. Banks. I hope you enjoyed the talk nonetheless. I thought Prof. Banks’s talk was quite approachable. He talked about the decline in marriage and the changing roles of … Continue reading
Hi E@N, I hope you enjoyed today’s talk. Ambassador Eikenberry, drawing upon his own experiences in Afghanistan, talked about the tough ethical decisions that a military and diplomatic leader has to make. I think there are at least two ethical … Continue reading