New York Times “The Ethicist“ columnist Kwame Anthony Appiah delivered the the inaugural Chancellor’s Lecture in Ethics on September 15th in the Kenan Theater at the Center for Dramatic Art. Appiah, a professor of law and philosophy at New York University, spoke about the importance of humanities as providing materials for moral reflection as well as sources of moral understanding and inspirations for moral action. This lecture corresponded with a new initiative to engage students in the humanities at the University of North Carolina at Chapel called Carolina’s Human Heart: Living the Arts and Humanities.

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