Moral and religious beliefs rarely surface in political debates, but Harvard professor Michael Sandel avers that they should. If you’re seeking to hone your debating skills, philosophical acumen and higher reasoning, getAbstract suggests taking a seat for this Aristotelian lecture.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why Americans avoid or omit religious and moral beliefs in political debates,
- Why these convictions belong in the foreground, and
- What considerations apply when determining rightful distribution of a good or activity.
About the Speaker
Michael Sandel is a political philosophy professor at Harvard University.
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