2255 - The Millennial Perspective: Ethics Across Generations
This class explores generational perspectives on today's ethical issues through an interactive approach; ten Duke undergraduates partner with “overgrads” in OLLI to lead discussions and to pursue and share perspectives on current issues. The emphasis of this course is to fine tune your ethical code, and to consider whence it is derived. Topics of social and political interest with ethical grounding will be explored with the guiding question from Socrates: “How, then, shall we live?” Each week we explore an ethical issue from one of the following fields: Health Care, Womb to Tomb, Food and Animals, Energy and Climate, Wealth and Responsibility, Technology and Privacy, Justice, Social Relationships, and Lessons Learned! Please note that because Spring Break for Duke differs from OLLI, the class will not meet on March 12 or 19, and will continue on April 2 and 9 for all OLLI members who can come. Facilitated Discussion.
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