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The Good Life Lecture Series

The Good Life lecture seeks to facilitate a meaningful exchange of ideas on how to lead the “good life,” based on Aristotle's concept of eudemonia. We aim to attract speakers whose experiences and knowledge provide distinctive and challenging understandings on how to lead such a life. Our goal in doing so is that an audience, comprised primarily of students, can benefit from their wisdom as they move forward constructing their own personal version of the good life.

All lectures are in the Center for Ethics, Room 102. Upcoming Good Life Lectures Include:

Please note: the Pam Hall lecture scheduled for April 16th has been postponed until the Fall semester. 

Stay tuned for the 2015-2016 line-up of speakers!

(co-sponsored by Vision to Action, Barkley Forum and the Center for Ethics)