In case you’re interested, DJ Grothe will be speaking at the Midwest Philosophy Colloquium on the University of Minnesota Morris campus next week. I can’t attend; it’s scheduled at the same time as one of our HHMI student research events.
He’s speaking on secular ethics.
By the way, of no possible relevance at all, I’m sure, Grothe is threatening legal action against Women Thinking, Inc., and is holding up publication of a survey on vaccination outreach, because he doesn’t like that someone reported a bad joke that he made. Which he denies.
Secular ethics in action!
Man, am I glad I have a good excuse to not attend that talk. I’m going to enjoy celebrating students’ summer research instead.
Oh, yay! More examples of secular ethics!