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Understanding the Process of Moralization: How Eating Meat Becomes a Moral Issue

Understanding the Process of Moralization: How Eating Meat Becomes a Moral Issue
15 Devonshire Place, Larkin Building, Room 200
Time: Mar 14th, 4:15 pm End: Mar 14th, 6:00 pm
Interest Categories: Food Studies, Ethics, 2000-
Talk by Matthew Feinberg

The Centre for Ethics presents

Understanding the Process of Moralization: How Eating Meat Becomes a Moral Issue

Understanding Ethics

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  • How does moral change occur?
  • How does something that’s morally neutral take on moral properties?
  • What role do emotions and cognition play?

Free!
Eventbrite - Understanding the Process of Moralization: How Eating Meat Becomes a Moral Issue

Presenter:
Matthew Feinberg, Assistant Professor, Rotman School of Management

 

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