Mistakes People Make in Thinking about Ethics


I’ll be a guest on Diana Hsieh’s Philosophy in Action Talk Radio show tomorrow, Wednesday, October 10, at 6pm Pacific Time. The subject is common mistakes people make in thinking about ethics or morality. We’ll discuss religious ethics, duty ethics, social and subjective ethics, pragmatism, and more.

From the Philosophy in Action website:

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I hope you’ll join us!


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