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Engaging Ethics: A Campus Quality Enhancement Plan

Introductory Resources

Pedagogical Resources

Does Teaching Ethics do any Good?

On May 1, 2014, the Center for Ethics in Society at Stanford University hosted a panel discussion as part of its 25th Anniversary celebrations. The discussion was moderated by Debra Satz, the faculty director of the Center for Ethics in Society. Panelists Barbara H. Fried (law), Benoît Monin (psychology, organizational behavior), and Tamar Schapiro (philosophy) explored the question of whether teaching ethics does any good. You can watch the approximately 1.5 hour long event below: