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- Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics Peter Singer in conversation about his most recent book, philosophy and teaching at Princeton"If you can contribute to showing people how it's possible to have reasoned discussion of ethical issues, I think it's a valuable thing to do. A lot of people think ethics is all just subjective, a matter of taste. They think you can't really say anything, therefore you might as well just abuse your opponents. I think there are other possibilities...
- Are you interested in Ethics? Equality? Would you like to incorporate a critical perspective into your studies?
- Interested in film? Consider submitting a digital video by February 24 for the Center's Short Movie Prize. Each year, the Center accepts videos that bear on a specific theme, which this year is "Fanatacism."
- UCHV reaffirms its strong commitment to cherished values of fairness, humanitarianism, and non-discrimination, and rejects the view that security can be gained by undermining the very ideals on which our democracy is built.
- In case you missed it, the recording of the event and a story in "The Daily Princetonian" is now available.
- In the first week of the Trump presidency, scientists from the US Department of Agriculture were briefly forbidden from speaking to the public, although the ban was reversed a few days later.
- Melissa Lane contributed the first essay in the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity's (CUSP) new essay series on the Ethics of Sustainable Prosperity.