Founded in 2012, the Center for Ethics, Law, and Society addresses moral and legal issues that arise in the ever modernizing world. Philosopher Peter Singer, of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People, is just one of many distinguished speakers featured. The Forum aims to engage with the community on multiple issues, including artificial intelligence, water challenges, and more. The lectures conclude on Nov. 17 with a panel of experts discussing the future of the legal profession.
All lectures are on Tuesdays from noon to 12:50 p.m. in Stevenson 1002. This series of events is produced with the generous support of SSU Instructionally Related Activities and St. Joseph Health-Sonoma County. For more information call (707) 664 3280 or visit https://www.sonoma.edu/philosophy/cels/. Each event is free and open to the public, parking is $5-$8 on campus.
Global Poverty, and What We Should Be Doing About It
Peter Singer, Princeton University and the University of Melbourne
(Green Music Center, Weill Hall, 6:30pm)
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The Problems with Privatization
Debra Satz, Stanford University, Philosophy
Finding a Path to Beneficial A.I.
John Sullins, SSU, Philosophy
Racial Bias in Policing: Psychological Causes and Policy Implications
Jack Glaser, U.C. Berkeley, Goldman School of Public Policy
California's Water Challenges and Solutions
Caitrin Chappelle, Public Policy Institute of California
The Significance of a Guilty Mind
Tania Lombrozo, U.C. Berkeley, Psychology
Food, Our Biosphere, and You
Jeff Baldwin, SSU, Geography and Global Studies
Who Owns Your Stuff? Copyright, EULAs, and the Future of User Control
Corynne McSherry, Electronic Frontier Foundation
A Panel of Experts: The Future of the Legal Profession
Susan Hollander, K&L Gates
Judge Brad Seligman, Superior Court of Alameda County
Samorn Selim, Associate Director of Graduate Class Advising, UC Hastings Law School