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Theories and Applications in Contemporary Ethics
CEED 6100

May 21 - 23, 2013


  DAY 1
Theology and Natural Science

DAY 2
Philosophy and Economics

DAY 3
Sociology and Social Work
 
Morning
Session

9:00 – 12:00
Determining Moral Status:  Foundations in Theology
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Determining Moral Status:  Foundations in Natural Science
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Questions

Foundations in Philosophy
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Foundations in Economics
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Questions

Foundations in Sociology
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Foundations in
Cultural Competence in Mental Health Services
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Questions
Lunch
(provided)

12:00 – 1:00
Lunch with Faculty Lunch with Faculty Lunch with Faculty
Afternoon
I
1:00 – 2:30
 Special Topic: 
What Can Science and Theology Tell Us about Personhood?
 Special Topic: 
Markets, Morals, and the Just Distribution of Resources: Ethical Perspectives from Economics and Philosophy
Special Topic: 
What's Cultural about Ethics? Case Discussions and Applications
Afternoon II
2:45 – 3:45
Breakout Session
Breakout Session
Breakout Session
Afternoon III
4:00 – 5:00
 Group Presentation
 Group Presentation
 Group Presentation

Breakout sessions are used to discuss cases and generate presentations for the group.
Group presentations are made and discussed among students and faculty.

Participating Faculty

The cross-disciplinary lectures and discussions will be facilitated by the following faculty members:

Michael Baur, Ph.D., J.D.
, Philosophy
Charles Camosy, Ph.D., Theology
Winnie Kung, Ph.D., Social Work
Doyle McCarthy, Ph.D., Sociology
Jason Morris, Ph.D., Natural Science
Troy Tassier, Ph.D., Economics


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