Academic Programs 

Life Together: Ethics in a Religiously Plural World*   (ET-661) 
January Interession and Winter/Spring 2009

This course focuses on ethical issues provoked by the life we lead together. It will examine such questions as how one goes about building bridges from one set of ethical assumptions to another; what must be agreed upon between religious communities in order to live in the same ethical universe, and what they can agree to disagree on; the different conceptions of what the moral responsibility is of one religious community for those within it who are physically distant, and how it views its responsibility for those outside its boundaries. The course will also look at the ethical resources in several religious communities related to central moral issues of our day such as global warming.


Meeting Day, Time and Dates: 
Tuesdays, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., on Jan. 27, Feb. 10, March 3, March 31 and April 28

Heidi Hadsell

Professor of Social Ethics and President of Hartford Seminary

Contact Information:
(860) 509-9502


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