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Reading Groups

August 16, 2013

cost-benefit analysis, as such analysis might be subject to rights-based limitations. The Cost-Benefit Revolution also includes discussions of particular issues, like the role of courts, mandatory labels, national security, personal…

PPE Courses

July 31, 2023

…competition, scarcity, opportunity cost, resource allocation, unemployment, inflation, and the determination of prices. Honors version available. Offered This Semester: Yes Section: 002 Credits: 3 Grading: Letter Gen Ed: FY-LAUNCH (only…

Congratulations, Professor Jen Morton!

November 1, 2020

Please join us in congratulating PPE Professor Jen Morton, whose book, Moving Up Without Losing Your Way: The Ethical Cost of Upward Mobility (Princeton University Press), has just been awarded…

PPE Salons

March 25, 2021

… Is Free Speech under Threat on College Campuses? Bitcoin: What Does the Future Hold? Afghanistan and American Foreign Policy: What Does the Future Hold? How Responsible…


November 10, 2017

…will be provided and the cost of dinner will be covered. Each group will meet eight times over the course of the semester for approximately an hour and a half…

Five New PPE Faculty in 2021!

September 16, 2021

…lecturer (assistant professor) at Monash University, and he studied at UT Austin (BA, 2014) and MIT (PhD, 2019). Daniel’s work mostly counts as “normative ethics,” which means it’s too concrete…

PPE Program in the News

February 15, 2018

…– Brenee Goforth and Malik Jabati – presented alongside program director Geoff Sayre-McCord at the February 1st meeting of the Board of Trustees. To read the article online, click here….

PPE in a Time of Pandemic

July 9, 2020

…RISK, FAIRNESS, AND CHALLENGE TRIALS May 29, 2020 Nir Eyal (Rutgers University) in conversation with Ryan Doody (UNC)  Social Media, Social Epistemology, and the Pandemic April 24, 2020 Regina…