Michael Sandel discusses issues of money and morality at St. Paul’s Institute. Although the discussion only lasted for 90 minutes, the debate does not cease. Join this important debate about the limits of markets and voice your opinion. Watch using the embedded video player above.
Should this generation of Germans take responsibility for addressing the evils perpetrated by their grandparents’ generation during the Holocaust? Should this generation of Americans take responsibility for remedying the injustice of slavery? This excerpt from the BBC documentary “Justice: A Citizen’s Guide to the 21st Century” asks whether moral responsibility can be collective as well [...]
Michael Sandel leads a video-linked global classroom, broadcast on NHK television (Japan) with students in Tokyo, Shanghai, and at Harvard. Sandel and the students discuss the ethical and global implications of the 2011 Japanese earthquake and nuclear disaster: What accounts for the strong communal response of the Japanese public to the crisis? Should nuclear power [...]