The Center holds monthly gatherings open to the general public at various breweries in Manchester. Each gathering features a presentation of no more than 15 minutes by a Saint Anselm College faculty member or expert from the community on an important moral controversy, followed by 45 minutes of guided discussion. The goal of these meetups is to introduce community members to a practice of reflection and deliberation on moral problems and dilemmas, and ultimately, to enrich the moral life of the greater Manchester, New Hampshire community.
- Lies, Fake News, and Conspiracies: Are We Living in a Post-Truth World and Does it Matter? September 16th with Dr. Josh Tepley (Location: To Share Brewing)
- Are Our Immigration Laws Just? October 21st with Executive Director Max Latona and Director Jason Sorens (Location: Stark Brewing Company)
- Should We Try to Defeat Death? November 18th with Dr. Kiki Berk, Philosophy Professor at Southern New Hampshire University (Location: XO Bistro)
Can Literature Improve or Corrupt Character? An Ethics in Our World Community Discussion Febuary 17th with Dr. Meg Cronin, English Professor at Saint Anselm College (Location: XO Bistro)
For information about our student Ethics in Our World discussions, see our Saint Anselm student resources.
For more information about Ethics in Our World, contact:
Hannah Beaudry, Program Coordinator
Center for Ethics in Society