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Ethics and the Public Sphere: A Genealogy

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Public Ethics Panel: Immigration Reform

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Public Ethics Panel: Climate Change

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Book Discussion, Coming of Age in Mississippi

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Sex Trafficking Panel

By Megan Sam, CAIRES Intern What is this Panel About? This panel was an opportunity for students to become more informed about gender violence and its relationship to sex trafficking, especially in the context of Gainesville. Speakers The speakers present at the sex trafficking panel included Maddy Coy, Alexandria Wilson, Alison Ungaro, and Sendona Huffty. […]

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An Open Discussion About Free Speech: The First Ethics Café of the Semester

by Melanie Halem, CAIRES Intern Last week, Ethics in the Public Sphere hosted an Ethics Café focused on the topic of free speech and hate speech. Students were able to enjoy coffee and snacks as they dove into this really difficult topic, and they found that although most people had the same positive views on […]

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Ethics in the Public Sphere is an interdisciplinary, collaborative project at the University of Florida to explore ways we can engage the moral dimensions of contemporary social and political issues. Our members come from the UF libraries, journalism, philosophy, religion, and the Brown Center for Service and Leadership. We are always interested in expanding our […]