Making Moral Arguments About Divestment
Hans Oberdiek, Professor Emeritus
Krista Thomason, Assistant Professor
Department of Philosophy
Monday, April 6, 2015
Science Center 199
In conversations about divestment, economic arguments often take center stage. What about the moral arguments? Is divesting the right thing to do? Could there be moral arguments against divestment? Moral philosophers have been making moral arguments since the earliest days of philosophy, so the tools and skills they use can be helpful in thinking about the moral issues surrounding divestment. Join us for a conversation about the moral arguments for and against divestment.
This event is presented by the Philosophy Department and the Peace & Conflict Studies Program