C 5101: Ethics and Boundaries
Instructor: Anne Hill, Ph.D.
Class Description: As professional Pagan ministry, we are not only practitioners of our craft, we are its representatives in the wider world. In a society where freedom of religion is constitutionally guaranteed yet often under siege, the need for minority religions to have robust ethics and boundaries is more important than ever. Students in this class will develop an individual code of ethics and explore personal and organizational boundaries from a wide range of perspectives. Our class forums will explore a wide variety of real-life situations with a focus on both ethical action and achieving positive social outcomes. Pay to register now
Myers, Brendan, the Other Side of Virtue: Where Our Virtues Come From, What They Really Mean, and Where They Might Be Taking Us. Moon books, 2008
Pastin, Mark, Make an Ethical Difference: Tools for Better Action. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2013
Class Meeting: Thursday, 8:00 pm EST
Class Begins: January 20, 2020