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2007/5/04
Ethics Colloquium: Samuel Freeman
Samuel Freeman
University of Pennsylvania

2007/5/03
Ohio University Lectures in Ethics: Samuel Freeman
Samuel Freeman
University of Pennsylvania

2007/3/08
Business Ethics in a Global World: China, India, and Beyond

2007/1/12
What Lurks Beneath the Integrity Objection
Paul Hurley
Claremont McKenna College

2007/1/11
The Good, the Bad, and the Profitable: The Complex Interaction Between Morality and the Marketplace
Paul Hurley,
Claremont McKenna College

2006/12/07
Building Ethics Modules into Classes

2006/11/17
HEIDi: Preview of NSF grant proposals

2006/11/01
Lectures in Environmental Ethics Series #2: “Of Mosquitoes & Ethics”
Elizabeth Willott
University of Arizona

2006/10/27
The Concept of a Person’s Good
John Skorupski
University of Saint Andrews, Scotland

2006/10/26
Liberalism as Free Thought: John Stuart Mill
John Skorupski,
University of Saint Andrews, Scotland

2006/10/20
Goal Creation System for Machine Intelligence
Janusz Starzyk

2006/10/04
Lectures in Environmental Ethics #1:
The Re-Birth of Environmentalism as Pragmatic, Adaptive Management

Bryan Norton,
School of Public Policy
Georgia Institute of Technology

2006/5/19
Public Colloquim: “Kantian Ethics and Moral Particularist Themes”
Thomas Hill

2006/5/18

2006/5/18
Torture: Is it ever Justified?
Thomas Hill
University of North Carolina

2006/5/11
How Good is Too Good? The Ethics of Saints and Radicals
Elliot Ratzman,
OU ’92, Student Senate President 90-92.

Elliot Ratzman, OU Student Senate President 90-92, has studied at Harvard Divinity School, Hebrew University, and Princeton. He will receive his doctorate from Princeton’s Religion Department in the subfield of religion, ethics, and politics. He has taught at Vassar College, Temple University and will begin at Swarthmore in Fall 06. Besides writing about Jewish thought, social ethics, and Christian theology, Ratzman is also active in politics, having worked with various labor groups, the Israeli peace movement, and the campaign for justice in Darfur. He is also contributing editor to Heeb Magazine, a stand-up comic, and a professional breakdancer.

2006/5/10
Varieties of Overconsumption
Elizabeth Willott
Arizona State University

2006/4/07
Blogging from a War Zone
Robert Bateman

2006/4/07
BLOGGING AND ONLINE JOURNALISM: NEW MEDIA, NEW CHALLENGES, NEW ETHICS

Keynote presentations:

  • Dan Gillmor, author of We the Media
  • Clifford Christians, University of Illinois at Urbana-Campaign

2006/3/31
Do climate experts have special moral responsibilities?
Wendy Parker, Science Studies Program, University of California at San Diego

2006/3/29
Whose Rules? Doing Business Ethically Abroad

2006/1/20
The moral soul of a soldier

Nancy Sherman
Georgetown University

2006/1/19
Stoic Warriors: The Blessings and Curses of Being Stoic in War
Nancy Sherman
Georgetown University

2005/11/18

HEIDi, the Human-Environment Interaction Dynamics initiative, is a cross-disciplinary forum for research on the function and development of the human mind. The group meets monthly.

2005/11/04

HEIDi, the Human-Environment Interaction Dynamics initiative, is a cross-disciplinary forum for research on the function and development of the human mind. The group meets monthly.

2005/10/07

HEIDi, the Human-Environment Interaction Dynamics initiative, is a cross-disciplinary forum for research on the function and development of the human mind. The group meets monthly.

2005/9/08
What Sport Is and Is Not
Martin Bertman

2005/6/03
HEIDi meeting

HEIDi, the Human-Environment Interaction Dynamics initiative, is a cross-disciplinary forum for research on the function and development of the human mind. The group meets monthly.

2005/5/20
HEIDi meeting

HEIDi, the Human-Environment Interaction Dynamics initiative, is a cross-disciplinary forum for research on the function and development of the human mind. The group meets monthly.

Today’s meeting is an informal gathering of HEIDi members in focus groups.

2005/5/06
HEIDi meeting

HEIDi, the Human-Environment Interaction Dynamics initiative, is a cross-disciplinary forum for research on the function and development of the human mind. The group meets monthly.

May’s presenter is Jim Zhu, with “Dynamic Psychological Systems — An Engineering View”

2005/5/01
Support: University of Montana Summer Ethics Courses
Practical Ethics Center

2005/4/01
Three Theories of Self-Governance
Michael Bratman
Durfee Professor in the School of Humanities & Sciences and Professor of Philosophy
Stanford University

2005/4/01
HEIDi meeting: Mathematical Psychology: Interpretation of Parameters as Psychological Processes

2005/3/31
Intending a means, expecting a side-effect: what is the difference?
Michael Bratman
Durfee Professor in the School of Humanities & Sciences and Professor of Philosophy
Stanford University

2005/3/04
HEIDi meeting

2005/2/24
Travel grants available for Ohio undergrads

2005/2/04
HEIDi meeting

2005/1/14
Nanotechnology and Journalism
Hosted by the School of Journalism, with the participation of the Institute for Applied and Professional Ethics and the Nanoscale and Quantum Phenomena Institute

2005/1/12
Who’s Your Daddy?
Donald Hubin
The Ohio State University

2004/12/02
Building Ethics Modules into Courses

2004/10/22
Why Didn’t Nietzsche Get His Act Together?
Elijah Millgram
E.E. Ericksen Professor of Philosophy
University of Utah

2004/10/15
Science, Women, and Feminist Theory: Public Interest Implications
Cassandra Pinnick
Western Kentucky University

2004/10/14
PROOF IN SCIENCE AND LAW: Gatekeeping Expert Testimony
Cassandra Pinnick
Western Kentucky University

2004/5/28
An Egalitarian Foundation for Liberal Rights
Thomas Christiano
University of Arizona

2004/5/27
On Religious Toleration
Thomas Christiano
University of Arizona

2004/5/06
Is Honesty the Best Policy?
Jon Dorbolo
Oregon State University

2004/5/04
21st Century Plagiarism
Jon Dorbolo
Oregon State University

2004/5/03
Computer Assisted Cheating
Jon Dorbolo
Oregon State University

2004/4/22
Business Ethics Fortnight

2004/4/21
Emissions Markets: Rescuing Environmental Law from a Crisis of Legitimacy
Douglas A. McWilliams
Squire, Sanders, and Dempsey L.L.P.

2004/3/19
Travel to Bioethics Conference

2004/2/26
Grants for OU undergrads presenting at 2004 meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics
Association for Practical and Professional Ethics

2004/2/26
Grants for OU grads participating in 2004 grad seminar on Association for Practical and Professional Ethics
Association for Practical and Professional Ethics

2004/1/16
What is Moral Realism?
James Dreier, Brown University

2004/1/15
Legal Reasoning and the Ethics of Statistics
James Dreier, Brown University

2003/12/03
Building Ethics Modules into Courses

2003/10/17
Moral Naturalism and Three Grades of Normativity
David Copp, University of Florida

2003/10/16
Cultural Relativism, Toleration, and the Problem of Intolerant Cultures
David Copp
University of Florida

2003/10/03
History and Pattern
David Schmidtz, University of Arizona

2003/10/02
Africa’s Elephant Problem: Probably Not What You Think
Elizabeth Willott
University of Arizona

2003/10/01
“South Africa’s Private Parks: How They Plan To Save the Wildlife”
David Schmidtz, University of Arizona

2003/5/15
What’s Wrong with Lying?
Christine Korsgaard

2003/5/04
Mini Grants for OU Faculty and Students

2003/4/26
THIRD OHIO STUDENT CONFERENCE ON APPLIED ETHICS
Keynote: Bernard Gert, Dartmouth College

2003/4/26
2003 Student Conference Schedule

2003/3/03
Why Good People Make Unethical Decisions: Requisite Skills to Defend Against Pressures to be Unethical
Ann Whelehan-Smego

2003/2/25
The European Union: for Good or for Ill?
Ohio University Faculty panel

2003/2/21
Confronting Unreasonable People
Steve Scalet
Binghamton University

2003/2/20
Why do people contribute to public goods?
Steve Scalet
Binghamton University

2003/2/07
Travel Grants for Bioethics Conference

2002/11/01
Stock Fraud and the End of Contractarianism
James Sallah

2002/10/25
Sentencing, Science, & Philosophy:
Philosophical Issues in the Use of Expert Testimony During Federal Sentencing.

Mark Allenbaugh

2002/5/15
Engineering Ethics followup session
Charles Fleddermann, Associate Dean, Electrical/Computer Engineering, University of New Mexico

2002/5/14
The Effect of Technological Advancement: Just Because Something Can Be Done, Should It Be Done?
Charles Fleddermann, Associate Dean, Electrical/Computer Engineering, University of New Mexico

2002/5/09
Hitler, the Spanish Civil War, and World War II in Popular Culture
Robert Whealey (Ohio U., history, emeritus)

2002/5/09
Trying juveniles as adults: how (not) to punish minors for major crimes
David Brink
University of California of San Diego

2002/5/07
Ethics, technology, and distributed learning
Jon Dorbolo, Oregon State University

2002/5/06
Cheating in cyberspace:
how to do it
(and why not to)

Jon Dorbolo, Oregon State University

2002/5/06
Pedagogy-appropriate design with Blackboard
Jon Dorbolo, Oregon State University

2002/4/09
Who Owns this Language?
Ethical Issues in Putting Language on the Web

Doug Whalen
Vice President for Research
Haskins Laboratories, Yale University
Endangered Languages Fund

2001/12/04
Building Ethics Modules into Courses
Arthur Zucker et al.

2001/11/05
America at a Crossroads:
Morality & American Foreign Policy in the 21st Century

Part Four: Pedagogy, Press, & Propaganda: The Role of Education

2001/11/03
Grief & Loss, reading & discussion for children
Thomas Lynch & Appalachian Community Hospice

2001/11/02
Public Reading: Thomas Lynch

2001/11/01
America at a Crossroads:
Morality & American Foreign Policy in the 21st Century

Part Three: American Involvement in the Global Community in the 21st Century

2001/10/29
America at a Crossroads:
Morality & American Foreign Policy in the 21st Century

Part Two: Moral and Political Reform and Stability: Militarism, Pacifism, or Nonviolence?

2001/10/22
America at a Crossroads:
Morality & American Foreign Policy in the 21st Century

Part One: Terrorism: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

2001/10/09
The Ethics of Tolerance
Michael Bugeja, Professor of Journalism, and
Erek Perry, Special Presidential Assistant for Diversity

2001/6/26
Teachers’ Institute: Making Science Right

2001/4/28
Biennial Student Conference on Applied Ethics

2001/4/26
Community Arts & Activism Downunder
Elisabeth Burke

2001/3/29
Unfinished Business
Second Chance Foundation

2001/2/20
Privacy & Security in the Age of The Net
panel discussion

2001/1/16
Debating Sports Doping
Miller Brown & Mark Holowchak

2000/11/02
The Competitive Advantage of Virtue
Arthur Schwartz

2000/10/30
Better Sports Through Chemistry?
panel discussion

2000/10/10
Values at the Workplace
Michael Bugeja & Glenn Corlett

2000/4/26
Gender and Equity in Sports
panel

2000/4/13
Competitive College Sports: Corrupting Character or Cultivating Character?
panel discussion

1999/11/06
Student Conference on Applied Ethics
various

1999/10/14
What You Need to Know About ETHICS Before You Get Your First Job
Michael Bugeja & Glenn Corlett

1999/10/12
Power Plays: diversity, ethics, and the workplace
Bridging the Diversity Gap project

1999/5/25
Just How Free Should Free Speech Be? A Candid Discussion of Freedom & Intolerance

1999/5/10
What You Need to Know About ETHICS Before You Get Your First Job
Michael Bugeja & Glenn Corlett

1999/5/03
Scientific Fraud in American Political Culture: Reflections on the Baltimore Case
Daniel Kevles

1999/4/20
Focus on Kosovo
panel discussion

1999/4/07
Gifts from Patients: Source of Suspicion or Privilege of the Calling?
Martin Kohn

1999/4/06
Where’s ‘Safe’?
Safe Communities & Schools Coalition

1999/2/24
Winona LaDuke
Winona LaDuke

1999/2/24
Freedom & Funding in the Arts
panel discussion

1998/11/18
Philosophy and Race
Charles Mills

1998/11/02
US Sponsorship of Repressive Military Regimes in Indonesia, Guatemala, and
Allan Nairn

1998/10/23
The Professionalization of Science Studies
David Hull

1998/10/14
Feminism, Animals, and Ethics: The Sexual Politics of Meat
Carol Adamms

1998/5/07
Injustice and Animals: A Wittgensteinian Approach
Cora Diamond, William Kenan

1998/4/22
Affirmative Action in the University: Right or Wrong?
David Wilhelm & OU faculty

1998/3/13
Persons & Pronouns
H. Rom Harré (Oxford University, Georgetown University)

1998/3/12
Mentality and Mechanism
H. Rom Harré (Oxford University, Georgetown University)

1998/3/11
Science as a Moral Community
H. Rom Harré (Oxford University, Georgetown University)

1998/2/27
Development, Human Rights, and US Trade Policy
Father Joseph La Mar, Mya Maung, & OU faculty

1998/2/26
Is Bombing Iraq Justified?
OU faculty & John Petrik (USAR)

1998/2/19
Shattering the Silences: The Case for Minority Faculty
film: Shattering the Silences

1998/2/10
Sex, Lies, and Secret Tapes
Daniel Schorr & OU faculty

1997/12/01
Building Ethics Modules into Courses
Arthur Zucker, Don Borchard, Rick Milter (Ohio University)

1997/11/23
Legacies of the 1960′s and the Politics of Reform Today
Ohio University faculty

1997/11/14
One Hundred Years of Psychoanalytic Theory
Adolf Grünbaum (University of Pittsburgh)

1997/11/12
How to rebuild our country so the politics aren’t broken and the politicians aren’t fixed
Sam Smith

1997/10/24
Addiction: Unreasonable Wants and the Taste of Pleasure
Kent Berridge

1997/10/08
Press and the Paparazzi
Ohio University faculty

1997/5/28
Ethics and Animal Agriculture
Gene Bauston & David White

1997/5/27
Political Ethics
Ohio University faculty

1997/5/10
Ethics and Entertainment-Education
William Baker & OU faculty

1997/5/05
The Ethics of Cloning
Ohio University faculty panel

1997/4/22
Democracy and Environmental Justice in Nigeria
Owens Wiwa (human rights activist)

1997/4/11
Human Experimentation in 20th Cent. Am. Med. Science: Myths & Realities
Jon Erlen (University of Pittsburgh)

1997/4/09
Global Human Rights Panel
Kevin Danaher, Zar Ni, Asma Abdelhalim

1997/3/14
Media & Democracy
Virginia Held

1997/3/07
Left-Wing Conservatism: The Legacy of Christopher Lasch
Ronald Beiner

1997/2/17
Making Gender Visible in the Construction of Scientific Knowledge
Helen Longino

1997/2/05
Corporate Social Responsibility: The Whys and Hows
Father Joseph La Mar

1997/1/17
The Concept of Nature in Critical Theory
Steve Vogel

1996/11/08
Science Meets Art: Geological Investigations in the Royal Library, Windsor
Andrew Scott (University of London)

1996/5/12
Making Ethics Part of the Fabric
Bill Giffin

1996/5/07
Putting Values into Action
Ann Whelehan

1996/5/03
Abortion & Birth Control in the U.S.: 1800-1965
Jon Erlen

1996/4/24
All the Religion that’s Fit to Print
Columbia School of Journalism

1996/4/16
Shaping Cyberspace into Social Space: Building a Virtual University
Linda Harasim

1996/4/05
Beyond Beijing: Human Rights and Political/Economic Crisis in Our Times
Charlotte Bunch

1996/4/02
Ethics in the Information Age
Patrick Sullivan

1995/10/27
Bioethics: Agroforestry in Belize
Vera Norwood

1995/10/05
Vera Norwood
Vera Norwood

1995/5/12
When to Stop Covering the Chase: O.J., Media Circus and the Ethics of It All
Ralph Barney

1994/10/04
Ethical Issues and Information Management: Matters of Privacy and Free
Deborah Johnson, Steve Sidlo, Kent Stuckey, Robert Smith

1994/5/23
John Black & Ralph Barney
John Jay Black & Ralph Barney

1994/5/23
Conversation on New Age Information Ethics
John Jay Black & Ralph Barney

1993/11/02
Classical Ethical Theories, Relativism, & the Challenges of the ’90s
Robert Audi

1993/5/21
Integrating Moral Reasoning in Organizations: Discrimination, Harassment,
Robbin Derry

1993/5/07
The Roots of American Unhappiness: Must Enterprise be the Enemy of
William Sullivan

1993/4/23
Capitalism at its Best
Marjorie Kelly

1993/4/16
Ethics and Values of Free Enterprise
Gerald Cavanagh

1992/10/23
Law, Ethics, and Capital Punishment
Brian Stevenson

1992/10/06
Conference on Privacy and the Professions

1992/10/03
The place of Religious Arguments in a Free and Democratic Society
Robert Audi

1991/1/30
Waste Management: Shifting the Focus to the Front End
Paul Connett

1990/4/12
Moral Dilemmas in Prolonging Life
Charles Culver

1990/3/29
Moral Dilemmas in Assisted Reproduction
Howard Jones & Georgeanna Jones

1989/10/17
Ethics and the Public Service

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