This is the second episode in my short series on The Ethics of Academia. In this episode I chat to Michael Cholbi, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh. We reflect on the value of applied ethical research and the right approach to teaching. Michael has thought quite a lot about the ethics of work, in general, and the ethics of teaching and grading in particular. So those become central themes in our conversation.
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Ethics is undeniably important in academic matters. What bothers me is its role, or deficit thereof, in our justice system. There seems little to be done for that, as we are moving forward on an ever-expanding agenda of states' rights vs. federal law applications. I have exercised my free speech, repeatedly, in letters and via other communications. Response(s):-------------------------silence-------------ReplyDelete