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Justice with Michael Sandel

Welcome to Justice!

Justice is one of the most popular courses in Harvard's history, and has captivated more than 14,000 students.

Now it's your turn to hone your critical-thinking skills and explore the moral decisions we all face in our lives. Check out this short introduction video and begin your journey.

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Harvard Gazette: A Class Open to the World

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                    With today’s evolving technology, many things are now possible that weren’t a few years ago. Michael Sandel brings his live classes to the international community through the power of video chat. His moral and political philosophy course Justice, taught within the walls of Sander’s Theatre [...]

The Guardian: Master of Life’s Big Question

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  The Guardian’s Andrew Anthony writes about Michael Sandel and the progression of his philosophy. Learn more about Michael and his works on The Guardian.         Photograph: Felix Clay for the Guardian

What Money Can’t Buy [Tour Schedule]

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Michael Sandel poses many questions in his upcoming book, What Money Can’t Buy. Should prisoners to be able to pay for different, better cells than non-paying prisoners? Should companies be able to buy and sell the right to pollute? “There are some things money can’t buy; these days, not many. Today, almost everything is up [...]

Al Jazeera: Arab Spring [video]

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  Michael Sandel talks to Tony Harris of Talk to Al Jazeera about justice, its meaning and its context within the Arab Spring demonstrations and protest. What is justice? From Tunisia to Egypt to Irag, youth are particularly active in this revolution, but what is it that they want? Democracy? Employment? Rights? Sandel discusses these [...]