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How do we think about moral and ethical dilemmas in a global age? Are globalization and capitalism good for democracy and the common good?
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“I’ve always wanted to connect philosophy to the world, to use philosophy as a way of illuminating and making sense of the debates and dilemmas we confront — in politics and in our everyday lives.” – Michael Sandel There is, according to Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandel, “a tremendous hunger around the world to engage in reasoned public debate about moral and spiritual questions.” Known for his legendary course “Justice” and for his bestselling books, including Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?
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“A good society requires a stronger sense of community and mutual responsibility than we often find...a greater emphasis on citizenship, civic virtues, and the common good.” After an election filled with partisanship, political distortion, and high emotion, how can we come together and have a conversation?
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Like all Royce Carlton Speakers, Michael Sandel is exclusively represented by Royce Carlton, Inc. for lectures and speaking engagements.“A good society requires a stronger sense of community and mutual responsibility than we often find in such societies...a greater emphasis on citizenship, civic virtues and the common good.”In an election year, filled with partisanship, political distortion, and high emotion, how can we come together and have a conversation?
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Like all Royce Carlton Speakers, Michael Sandel is exclusively represented by Royce Carlton, Inc. for lectures and speaking engagements"Some 4,500 people packed the auditorium for Professor Sandel's public lecture. It was the biggest auditorium in Seoul, and I’m sure had we had a bigger one, we would have filled that, too.” - The ASAN Institute for Policy StudiesHarvard political philosopher and the bestselling author of What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets, Michael Sandel challenges audiences to confront the big ethical questions we face in business, politics, and our everyday lives.
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