Michael Sandel: Mind your motive / The supreme principle of morality

In this lecture, Michael Sandel introduces the students to the works of Immanuel Kant.

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Michael Sandel: Hired Guns? / Motherhood: For sale?

In this lecture, Michael Sandel raises the questions: “Should you be allowed to hire substitutes to fight in your place?” and “Who owns a baby?”

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Michael Sandel: This land is my land / Consenting adults

Since I consider this lecture series "The right thing to do" to be an exceptional example of education and engaging an audience in a debate, I decided to continue posting those lectures. In this lecture he asks: "What happens to our natural rights once we enter society?"

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Michael Sandel: Free to choose / Who owns me?

This is the third part of Michael Sandel’s lecture series “The right thing to do”. In this part, Michael Sandel sparks a debate about libertarianism.

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Michael Sandel: Putting a price tag on life / How to measure pleasure

This is the second lecture of Michael Sandel’s great lecture series “Justice: What’s the right thing to do”.

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The subsequent lectures are available at justiceharvard.org

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