Stanford Ethics


The McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society at Stanford University

Stanford, CA
Joined March 2011


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  1. Sep 8

    Where is the line between free speech and hate speech? Your Friday listen from Everyday Ethics explores:

  2. Sep 8

    Why cultivating purpose in students is important, with William Damon of :

  3. Sep 7

    Work by prof Shanto Iyengar finds that affiliation to political party surpasses that of race or religion.

  4. Sep 7

    Stanford alum Dan Halliday, now a prof , launched a TV series on practical ethics. Watch it online:

  5. Sep 6

    What ethical issues arise when public school teachers are courted by corporate tech? reports:

  6. Sep 6

    Hey, Bay Area: Kepler's hosting a conversation on human trafficking with defenders of human rights. Tickets here:

  7. Sep 5

    Congrats to , whose book CUZ hits shelves today. She'll be w/ us 12/5! Til then, read her in :

  8. Sep 5

    Our friends at have launched a bioethics journal! Check out their inaugural issue:

  9. Sep 1

    To help or not to help--that is the question in this afternoon's listen from the Everyday Ethics podcast:

  10. Sep 1

    Taxes, tutoring quandaries, and time spent working last week in The Ethicist from

  11. Aug 31

    Eliza Griswold visited us in March to present her work on resource extraction. Check out her latest in

  12. Aug 31

    In Germany, driverless cars will have to obey recently implemented ethics guidelines:

  13. Aug 30

    Choosing the road less traveled can make all the difference. But can we make life-changing decisions rationally?

  14. Aug 30

    How does the banning of neo-Nazi websites impact everyone's free speech? Quotes prof via

  15. Aug 28

    EiS is sponsoring a screening of An Inconvenient Sequel on 10/24 at 7 p.m. in CEMEX. Check out the trailer:

  16. Aug 28

    EiS board member Alison McQueen's article on Toqueville & Andrew Jackson in Vol15 of

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    Aug 23

    Great line-up for the fall Political Theory Workshop, including Gina Schouten, Jon Elster, Josiah Ober, Joseph Heath, Sahar Ahktar

  18. Aug 25

    The latest big question Everyday Ethics tackles: What do we do when medical science can't help our suffering infants?

  19. Aug 25

    Last week's Ethicist column dealt with matters of inheritance and health:

  20. Aug 24

    to Hank Greely's lecture at EiS on the end of sex and the future of reproduction in the 21st century:

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