The Student Ethics Symposium is one of the events held during Parent's Weekend.
Subcommittee for the Ethics Symposium:
Peter Wicks (Chair)
Charles D. Bates
“A Critique of Milton Friedman's 'The Social Responsibility of Business Is to Make a Profit'”
Samuel S. Chung
"An Overlooked Ethical Issue: Abstinence"
Nicholas R. Di Paola
"The Value of Suffering"
Mary C. Finnegan
"The Case for Moral Education Reform"
"The Integrity of Utilitarianism"
"Lance Armstrong: A Modern Platontian Experiment"
Mary Catherine Hickey
"Groarke on Freedom"
"War and Christianity"
"The Fallacy of the Facebook Friendship"
"Synthesizing a Complete War Ethic: Obama's Consideration of Humanity's Faults and Hopes"
"Can Aristotle's Ethics Be Vindicated? A Discussion of MacIntyre"
"The Essence of Equality to the Good Education"
"Veterns and Homelessness: On the Lack of Extra Moral Obligation to Former Soldiers"
Here are some of our past and upcoming events. Visit this section often to keep up-to-date on all of the exciting things happening in the program.