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Ethics Brunch Series 2017/18

Location
Law Building G16
Dates
Wednesday 25 October 2017 (11:00-12:45)
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Ethics Brunch Series 2017/18

  • Speakers: Professor Karen Rowlingson and Dr Simon Pemberton
  • Titles: Would a ‘moral economy’ framework help us both to understand attitudes to inequality and design social policies to reduce it? (Karen Rowlingson)
    Harmful societies: Understanding the production of capitalist harms (Simon Pemberton)

The Centre for the Study of Global Ethics at the University of Birmingham is delighted to welcome you to its first Ethics Brunch, a monthly, informal discussion on topical ethical issues. 

Professor Karen Rowlingson and Dr Simon Pemberton (both from the University of Birmingham's Department of Social Policy, Sociology and Criminology) have generously agreed to kick off our academic year in this double feature. Karen’s talk will be on the question, Would a ‘moral economy’ framework help us both to understand attitudes to inequality and design social policies to reduce it? Simon’s talk will be on the topic of Harmful societies: Understanding the production of capitalist harms.

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