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Stephen Swecker

United Dragged Man

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The United Airlines incident in which a passenger was forcibly removed for refusing to give up his seat underscores a basic moral principle: ethical fitness is simple, but hard, writes Stephen Swecker, the Ethics Coach. Read more

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Compass

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This election, morally confusing as it seems right now, does not change the fact that the moral universe still exists, and a moral compass in good working order is still required, writes Stephen Swecker, the Ethics Coach. Read more

Perspectives 2 Comments

The choice in this U.S. presidential election comes both in two different candidates, but also in what kind of morality will govern America, writes Stephen Swecker, the Ethics Coach. Read more

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What do you do when someone smears your professional reputation with exaggerations and outright misstatements? Cynthia B. Astle responds to recent comments by the IRD. Read more

Views from a Ridge 4 Comments

Ethicist Stephen Swecker remembers the late President George H. W. Bush from a formal White House encounter and an informal almost-meeting. Read more

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United Dragged Man

UM Insight Screencap.

The United Airlines incident in which a passenger was forcibly removed for refusing to give up his seat underscores a basic moral principle: ethical fitness is simple, but hard, writes Stephen Swecker, the Ethics Coach. Read more

Perspectives

Compass

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This election, morally confusing as it seems right now, does not change the fact that the moral universe still exists, and a moral compass in good working order is still required, writes Stephen Swecker, the Ethics Coach. Read more

Perspectives 2 Comments

The choice in this U.S. presidential election comes both in two different candidates, but also in what kind of morality will govern America, writes Stephen Swecker, the Ethics Coach. Read more

Perspectives 2 Comments

Thomas Hobbes

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Faced with a world that seems rushing toward chaos, individuals and churches can do more to pull society back from the brink by reflecting more on what's good for all, writes Stephen Swecker, the Ethics Coach. Read more

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Humanity's search for meaning may be the most important value we have, and it's time to put it into practice, writes Stephen Swecker, the Ethics Coach. Read more

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