PHL200: “THE BIG QUESTIONS: FOOD, FRIENDS & PHILOSOPHY”Course
This continuing and evolving discussion group in our ongoing Philosophy series examines life’s big questions and encourages participants to share their thoughts on a wide variety of topics and subjects chosen by group participants.
HIS303: “A CULTURAL HISTORY OF DEATH”Course
HIS303: “A Cultural History of Death”: This series of 8 talks, from our Selected Topics in History series, explores, historically, the subject of death from the perspective of several different disciplines.
PHL210: “BEING GOOD: A HISTORY OF MORALITY FROM BABYLON TO BIOETHICS”Course
This course will take a look back at the history of ethics in order to gain some perspective. It will examine how the ideas of what it has meant to be moral have shifted and morphed over the centuries and are still in the throes of change today
PHL310: “ROBOTS, CLONING, ARTIFICIAL LIFE: THE ETHICS OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES”Course
This course will address the ethical and social implications of emerging technologies. Participants will contemplate genome editing, reproductive cloning, human enhancement, life-extension, and assistive robotics, among other topics.