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June 25, 2021

Summer High School Ethics Bowl

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Even good people can be better at ethics

The study of ethics is not about telling you what the rules are. Ethics is an exploration of questions about the nature of right and wrong. It’s about developing a thoughtful framework to help you decide what you should do when the answers aren’t clear. The Prindle Institute for Ethics is one of the largest collegiate ethics institutes in the country and is dedicated to encouraging and fostering the study of ethics - in all its facets.

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Getting Ethics to Work

Racial Resentment at Work

Political scientists Clarissa Peterson and Emmitt Y. Riley, III join Andy on today's show to discuss racial resentment at work. They explain that racial resentment is an especially pervasive issue and a form of racism that makes its way into nearly every corner of modern life in America--even the workplace.

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We examine key ethical issues behind current events and culture.

PRINDLE POST

May 06, 2021

On the Art of Evildoers

Is there any separating art from artist? Are publishers complicit? Cases continue to mount, but answers are hard to come by.

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EXAMINING ETHICS

APR 28, 2021

A Spirit of Care with Maurice Hamington

Care impacts all of our lives intimately. Whether you’re the recipient of care, a caregiver, or both, you know that the practice of care can be fraught with ethical and moral questions. On today’s episode of Examining Ethics, we’re going to discuss the basics of care ethics with Maurice Hamington, a professor at Portland State University whose work on care spans decades. He explains that unlike utilitarianism or virtue ethics, care ethics can be difficult to reduce to a simple set of guidelines.

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Jul 23, 2020

Newest Prindle Post print edition published!

Another print version of The Prindle Post is out now. This time, editor of The Prindle Post Tucker Sechrest has selected articles around the topic of democracy. Each hand-picked piece is designed t read this

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