I want to remain open to growth and continue to challenge myself, whether I fail or succeed. Ethics Bowl helped to teach me that truth.
What is a city for? Why do we live together? Are we working towards something? How should we live together?
“Like this cup…you are full of your own opinions and speculations. How can I show you Zen unless you first empty your cup?”
All of the benefits of Ethics Bowl participation contribute to the type of future society that Social Work strives for when we advocate alongside those who are seeking our assistance in attaining the stability, opportunity, and growth that most people take for granted.
Click the link below for an interview with Alex Sager, presented by NW Boomer and Senior. Interview with Alex Sager
The benefit of the perplexed impasse is that students mapped out for themselves how they arrived at aporia and can retrace their steps. Instead of confusion before a problem, they find themselves concretely living in the problem.
The Philosophy for Children course caught my attention as I was browsing class entries to fulfill capstone requirements. Having spoken with a student at the end of their senior experience, I had a chance to glean some general insight that contributed to the final decision process. She mentioned finding a capstone that could add breadth … Continue reading Words from a PSU Philosophy Major
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I walked into my first Ethics Bowl meeting with a positive attitude, no knowledge of ethics, and no idea of what was going to happen there. Thankfully, I wasn’t alone in any of those things – it was the first year Ethics Bowl had been offered at our school, and no one was prepared, but … Continue reading A Student’s Story: The Ethics Bowl Experience