Topic: Universal vs. Situational Ethics

"Universal vs. Situational Ethics" won the vote at our 2/27 meeting.

All members are encouraged to RSVP, but please do so as soon as possible since spots fill up quickly. 

If all spots have been taken, please put yourself on the waiting list.

We will meet on the second level of the Barnes & Noble store, to the right of the cafe counter area in the back of the store (but not in the cafe itself). You will see a circle of folding chairs (and possibly a folding table) if you walk up to the cafe counter and then look to your right to the back wall of the store.

Please make sure to RSVP only if you are able to attend since RSVPs are limited. If you RSVP, but need to change your plans, please make sure to come back to the meetup site to change your RSVP (at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting) to provide others with an opportunity to RSVP for this meetup.

I look forward to seeing you!

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  • Candace W.

    Great discussion!

    1 · March 28, 2014

  • Vivian

    Hi Lawrence,
    Unfortunately, today will be another 14 hr day at work and so I need to cancel for tonight. This will be a great topic and I'm sorry I must miss the discussion. Larry, it looks like you are first on the wait list, and will be able to take my spot. Enjoy!

    March 27, 2014

    • Lawrence

      Thanks Vivian. We will miss you. Good luck at work today.

      March 27, 2014

  • donna

    Situations do appear to have a great includence on how people behavior towards one anpother. But if ethic were strong in a culture, the way people react to situation might be different. It seem like the "law of the jungle" "survival of the criminal mind" and the "everyman for himself/herself" . I posit that an ethical society cannot exist in a world where there is inequality and fear.

    2 · March 21, 2014

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