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MAY 30 | Sloth – Too Tired To Care

Are you detached from life, depressed by isolation, distracted or restless? Do we live in an epidemic of Sloth or Acedia? Is the remedy to our perceived laziness and despair more discipline, restraint and will, or perhaps a little detachment might help? In the sixth installment of the Seven Deadly Sins series, Dr. John Plotz, Professor of English, Brandeis University, links our contemporary struggles to stay on the right path with the works of thinkers, writers, and artists of the past.

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MAY 30 | Roundtable: Building a Stronger Canada through Sport

The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs is pleased to host a Roundtable on ethics and sports with The Public Policy Forum, in collaboration with the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport.

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An arena for critical thinking, public discussion and research into current ethical challenges in society.

Our Last Seven Deadly Sins Event:

WRATH – Moral Grandstanding and Self-Righteous Anger

Dr. Justin Tosi – Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics, Georgetown University

Why is everyone so angry? Dr. Tosi explores the disappearance of the middle ground in social and political dialogue, moral grandstanding, and the emergence of the outrage industry on-line and in the media.

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