Don't Shoot the Philosopher: Ethics and the…

This post is part of an ongoing series exploring ethics, the first of which was, “Being Good in 2022: Refusing to Leave Moral Goodness to Chance.” My first encounter with ethics was in community college. I was pursuing a two-year degree in film, and my advisor informed me that I had to take a humanities course. The advisor set me up with “Introduction to Ethics.” I had no idea what I was in for. By the time the semester was over, I had begun to fall in love with the humanities—philosophy in particular. At the time, I would go on to be a college professor teaching the very same class.

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