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What could go right?
Proposed by Stormy Sweitzer. We are often used to anticipating the negatives, i.e., what could go wrong, when we act. How might we think about what could go right? In this group exercise session, we will discuss situations where we tend to think pessimistically that something will go wrong and ask together of each, "what could go right?" Please bring a situation where you tend to think of what could go wrong.

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The Moral Inquiries began as a community-based spin-off of CWRU's Ethics Table lunches, (http://philosophy.case.edu/beamer-schneider-professorship/ethics-table/) organized through the Beamer-Schneider Professorship in Ethics. Since that beginning, it has developed a life of its own. This is in line with its philosophy of collective, emergent dialogue.

Years ago, one of its organizers (JDBK) worked on an approach to early childhood education in Chicago (http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/5157822-we-are-all-explorers) that, to his mind, was even better than the University of Chicago education he was pursuing at the time. This approach taught him that when people dialogue together and figure out what they collectively want to learn, the world changes in the learning space -- and beyond it.

We do a variety of things in our meetings. Most are discussions around a topic determined in advance. Some involve presentations by interested residents or by trained scholars. Some are very hands-on, involving writing, reflective work, even drawing. The group is broad-minded and open to input from anyone serious about reflecting together.

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