We are what we choose and cooperation in evil or wrongdoing is a problem for all of us, affecting many areas of our lives. From the spheres of business to medicine it may be desirable and even a duty to save our jobs and careers if we can. But there are certain things we simply cannot choose as they make us genuinely complicit in evil. Join us as Dr Watt explores the moral dilemmas of the everyday as we ask ourselves “How do Good People Contribute to a Culture of Death?”
You are cordially invited to the second Speakers Forum for 2016 hosted by the Dawson Society for Philosophy and Culture. The evening will feature a presentation titled ‘Complicity and Coopoeration in Evil: How Good People Contribute to a Culture of Death’ by Dr Helen Watt, Senior Research Fellow at the Anscombe Bioethics Centre, Oxford UK. Time: Arrive at 6:30pm, dinner will be at 7:00 followed by presentation of paper and discussion
Cost: $30 (+ booking fee) online at http://www.trybooking.com/
or $35 on the door. Limited seating/dinner spaces available.
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