The next Gurteen Bristol Knowledge Cafe is going to be held in the exceptionally ethical Pervasive Media Studio, Bristol, on Thursday February 11th, from 18:30. The cafe proper will begin at 19:00 prompt as usual.
It will be introduced by Andy Wistreich from Essential Education, who has kindly offered to raise the topic of ‘Ethics’. This is an important, complex and often problematic issue for the individual and society. By sharing our perspectives we can all learn something to help us in our ethical challenges.
Here’s the blurb:
It looks like ethics is about right and wrong, but it is never black and white. For me the fundamental issue is motivation – why do or not do something? I am also interested in the fact that laws and ethical codes seem to come from out there in society whereas our choices about how to behave seem to be made in here in our minds. Again, this is not a simple division. I’ll try to introduce these general points in the intro and then people can take it where they want with examples from their own work and practice.
As usual, please come along and enjoy while meeting and deepening your understanding of this topic, and book yourself in using the event booking page below.
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