Being. Thinking. Doing (or Not!): Ethics in Your Life (24.191)

February 2020

Our weekly seminar introduces students to the field of ethics, with a focus on the daily choices we can make to create a more just world. The seminar helps students build relationships, investigate ethical problems, share resources, and clarify their personal and vocational principles. The course also introduces students to the work of guest scholars representing a variety of disciplines, including philosophy, economics, environmental studies, and urban planning.  A delicious dinner is served each week!  

Offered in cooperation with the MIT Philosophy Department (Course 24.191 in Room 32-D461, Tuesdays 7:00-8:30pm).  
Led by Quinn White (Postdoctoral Associate in Philosophy) and Patricia-Maria Weinmann (Radius Associate Coordinator).