On Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 5 p.m., Gert will speak about “On Pain and Pleasure” at Golub House. On the following day, a bioethics breakfast will be held at 9:30 a.m. in the Bioethics Center at Union Graduate College. The event is titled “Honored Advance Directives: The Conscientious Clinician’s Dilemma.” The concluding event will be held from 12:50 to 1:50 p.m. in Everest Lounge. Gert will speak on “Darwin on Emotions in Animals and Man.”
Gert, a Dartmouth College faculty member, is widely known for speaking on profound issues in accessible language. He is also known for formulating a theory of common morality through 10 moral rules.
Faculty, administrators, staff and students are welcome at all three events, free of charge. For additional information, e-mail Amy Bloom at email@example.com.
The programs are sponsored by the Bioethics Program of Union Graduate College, Union’s Ethics Across the Curriculum Program and the Philosophy Department.