Professor Sandel discusses the moral limits of financial markets with Bloomberg’s Haslinda Amin on “Trending Business.”
Recently Professor Sandel had the opportunity to speak at George Washington University, lecturing on the dilemma of ethics in a market economy.
At British Parliament this week, Professor Sandel presented a special edition of his program “The Public Philosopher” in the Palace of Westminster for BBC Democracy Day asking the question ‘why democracy?’
Professor Sandel led a spirited discussion on the nature and importance of democracy with members of the United Kingdom’s House of Commons and House of Lords, along with students and members of the public.
Professor Michael Sandel will debate the meaning of democracy at an address to the British Parliament, which is celebrating its 750th anniversary. Sandel will present a special edition of his ongoing “Public Philosopher” as part of the BBC’s Democracy Day. Photo by Justin Ide, Harvard Gazette
Mayor Park Won-soon officially honored Professor Sandel as an honorary citizen of Seoul at a ceremony last Friday, reports the Wall Street Journal. Professor Sandel’s books have been widely popular in South Korea culminating in his 2012 book tour. Photo courtesy of Wall Street Journal (MiraeN)
Michael Sandel is joining The Guardian for a webchat on Friday, October 24, 2014, at 11:45am BST. If you’ve ever wanted to follow up on one of Professor Sandel’s points or philosophies or ask him a question in general, please submit your questions to The Guardian. Photo Courtesy of The Guardian/Jared Leeds PR
Education disparities between socioeconomic classes are apparent in any country. From underfunded public school programs to extravagant boarding and private schools for the wealthy, money can be used to buy a better education. Michael Sandel brings up issues of education opportunities at Yonsei Universtiy in South Korea. Read about his interactions with students [...]