In a time of climate crisis, the very definition of what it means to live an ethical life is in flux. That is why I am proud to have chosen the event below as the first time I will, in my role as "Convener for Ethical Life" at MIT's Office of Religious, Spiritual, and Ethical Life (ORSEL), be facilitating programming where anyone at MIT, of any background or belief, can join us in reflecting on what it means to live an ethical life in a technological world.
We'd love it if you'd pass this on to anyone who might be interested in a meaningful opportunity for reflection, discussion, and some expertly guided creative writing on a difficult but important topic—and consider attending yourself if you'd like!
Explore the search for purpose, ethics, and resilience in an unruly world at this book talk / discussion / mini writers' workshop, featuring journalist and author Madeline Stranger in conversation with MIT humanist chaplain and convener for ethical life Greg M. Epstein.
This program, sponsored by MIT's Office of Religious, Spiritual, and Ethical Life, MIT's Knight Science Journalism Fellowship, and Radius, is limited to MIT affiliates. The first 15 individuals to register will receive a complimentary copy of the book.
The event will be held on Tuesday, October 25 from 4:30 – 6:30 PM. Refreshments will be served beginning at 4:00 PM.
RSVP REQUIRED, and SPACE IS VERY LIMITED! REGISTER HERE:
Greg M. Epstein
Humanist Chaplain at Harvard and MIT
Convener for Ethical Life, MIT Office of Religious, Spiritual, and Ethical Life (ORSEL)