Urban experts tackle Toronto’s most pressing ethical issues at U of T event series
When it comes to ethics, “everyone is an expert and no one is an expert,” says Markus Dubber, a professor in the Faculty of Law and director of the Centre for Ethics at the University of Toronto.
That’s what makes his approach to the centre so distinctive. He’s less interested in hearing from people who study ethics for a living, opting instead to get people to think about the ethical dilemmas in their own fields of expertise.
“You want people to think about the ethics of what they’re doing,” he says. read more