24.191 | Spring 2015 | Undergraduate
Ethics in Your Life: Being, Thinking, Doing (or Not?)
Course Description
This seminar is made possible through a collaboration between Radius and the Philosophy section of MIT. This course provides an opportunity to explore a wide range of ethical issues through guided discussions that are geared to equip students for ongoing …

This seminar is made possible through a collaboration between Radius and the Philosophy section of MIT. This course provides an opportunity to explore a wide range of ethical issues through guided discussions that are geared to equip students for ongoing reflection and action. Lectures and discussions with guest faculty, as well as attendance at on-and off-campus events, expose students to ethical problems and resources for addressing them. The course also encourages students to work collaboratively as they clarify their personal and vocational principles.

Topics vary each term and reflect the interests of those enrolled.

Learning Resource Types
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In the midst of other marchers, a black woman holds a sign reading: "March to End Racial Profiling."
On June 17, 2012, thousands participated in a silent march to end racial profiling in NYC. (Image courtesy of longislandwins on flickr. License CC BY.)