In many of the most visible and contested ethical issues of modern societies, the deepest and richest moral commitments of real people and communities are at stake; for example: the meaning of a life well-lived, the nature of the moral order, the appropriate role of government, the appropriate place for tradition and religious beliefs, and the scope and limits of science all derive out of thick metaphysical and moral commitments.
Yet, when these issues are addressed in mainstream scientific, legal, and ethical literature, the debate becomes flattened. The Bare Life and Moral Life Symposium hopes to enrich the conversation around our understandings of the relationships between life, biology, and the moral order.
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