Ethics Videos on the Web
January 12, 2005 2:09 PM   Subscribe

The University of San Diego maintains an archive of Ethics Videos on the Web, with RealMedia streams of thinkers such as Martha Nussbaum [Wikipedia] (on "Shame, Stigma, and Punishment"), Richard Rorty, and many others. Check out the full catalogue or browse by topics such as End of Life Decisions or Bioethics. [RealPlayer required to watch videos.]
posted by ori (4 comments total)
Good to see what the secular and academic world is talking about these days, ethics is so commonly framed in religion.

Heres some of the more ''interesting'' looking discussions:

Can Prozac Help Us Become More Virtuous?

An Evaluation of the Merits of Noncommercial Software Piracy.

Ferengi "Rules of Acquisition": A Case Study toward a Global Ethic.
posted by stbalbach at 4:41 PM on January 12, 2005

of course, great posts often acquire few commnets. here's my two cents for an excellent collection.
posted by moonbird at 6:10 PM on January 12, 2005

thanks, moonbird :)
posted by ori at 7:02 PM on January 12, 2005

Wow! As someone that's interested in ethics and always on the lookout for educational stuff on video finding 369 lectures is simply...amazing. Thanks.
posted by nTeleKy at 2:17 PM on January 14, 2005

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