Moral Reasoning for DePauw Students

Developing moral reasoning skills

Moral reasoning is key to a well-rounded education. This workshop will teach DePauw students to develop their skills in ethical decision-making using a case-study approach. Students will walk away with tools designed to help them reason and talk through complicated moral dilemmas. The workshop will introduce students to six ethical frameworks. Using a combination of small-group discussion and personal reflection, students will learn how to better understand not only some of the major theories in the field of ethics but also, how consideration of multiple perspectives and viewpoints impacts one’s ability to make sound, ethical decisions.

Moral Reasoning Workshop for DePauw Students If you are interested in the possibility of having us host a Moral Reasoning Workshop for your DePauw students, please fill out this form and Emily Knuth will be in touch with you.

Moral Reasoning Workshop for DePauw Students

    Please note that for virtual workshops every student should attend on an individual device with access to Zoom.
  • We will begin offering workshops the week of October 4, 2021. Please list preferred dates for which you would like a workshop. We will be in contact with you shortly to determine a specific date and time.
  • If you would like the workshop to take place outside of your class meeting times, or if you are interested in this workshop for students in an extra-curricular program, please list your preferred meeting days and times.

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