Special features: An excerpt from the book, Justice : what's the right thing to do? ; discussion guides ; access to the program Web site, JusticeHarvard.org
"[This] course aims to help viewers become more critically-minded thinkers about the moral decisions we all face in our everyday lives"--Container
Harvard University professor Michael Sandel presents students with ethical dilemmas on modern day issues -- such as affirmative action and same-sex marriage -- then conducts lively, engaging, and remarkably intimate debates that challenge students moral reasoning
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moral side of murder & The case for cannibalism ; Putting a price tag on life & How to measure pleasure ; Free to choose & Who owns me? ; This land is my land & / Consenting adults -- Hired guns & For sale: motherhood ; Mind your motive & The supreme principle of morality ; lesson in lying & A deal is a deal ; What's a fair start? & What do we deserve? -- Applying affirmative action & What's the purpose? ; good citizen & Freedom vs. fit ; claims of community & Where our loyalty lies ; Debating same-sex marriage & The good life Disc 1. The disc 2. A disc 3. The The
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