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May 4 2017 | Sara Button
At some point or another, most people have played the game “Would You Rather?” It’s simple enough: think of two situations (usually neither is enticing), then force your fellow player to choose. As kids, the questions might be something like, “Would you rather eat a handful of live beetles or let...
May 2 2017 | Michael Taylor
Thou: Do you think you could marry someone who was religious? I: Yes. Thou: Really? That wouldn’t be a deal breaker for you? I: I don’t think so. Thou: It would be for me. I could never do it. Do you know all the things those people believe? I: You know I was raised Catholic, right? Thou: Oh, yeah...
Apr 27 2017 | McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society
We're pleased to introduce our incoming 2017-2018 postdoctoral fellows.  General Ethics Postdoctoral Fellows Since 2007, each small cohort of General Ethics Fellows has been involved in research, teaching, mentoring students in the Ethics in Society Undergraduate Program, and helping to develop an...
Apr 25 2017 | Tatiana Freiin von Rheinbaben
Wednesday, April 12, 2017. 7pm. Stanford Law School. Room 290.
Apr 20 2017 | Sara Button
On Wednesday, April 12, Philippe Van Parijs, the founder of the Basic Income Earth Network and Professor at the University of Louvain, presented on his latest book, co-written with Yannick Vanderborght, entitled Basic Income: A Radical Proposal for a Free Society and a Sane Economy.

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