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EC Study Group: Ethics of Halloween

  • Oct 6, 2013 · 4:00 PM
  • BJ & Lawrence's Home

Shifting from documents to holidays to explore how fall holidays and ethics intersect. Is there anything about Halloween that creates ethical dilemmas? Is it all harmless fun we can freely engage in as a celebration of fall?

Join the discussion. Bring your own Halloween history (pranks? candy overload?) to the discussion.

Light and yummy refreshments served before the discussion at 3:45.

Y'all come! 

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  • Paula

    This light hearted topic led to deeper conversation. Is it OK to depict torture in a Halloween Haunted House if torture is always unethical and against basic human rights?

    October 7, 2013

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