The Disappearance of Moral Knowledge Symposium 2019

May 14-15, 2019
Moral Knowledge Initiative - Biola University’s Center for Christian Thought

The first key activity of the Moral Knowledge Initiative was an academic symposium held at Biola University’s Center for Christian Thought in La Mirada, California, on May 14-15, 2019. The aim of the symposium was to generate interdisciplinary conversation and actionable next steps that focus on the restoration of moral knowledge within our institutions and culture. Twenty-two participants discussed how to engage universities and institutions in a way that honored Dallas’s intentions when he was writing The Disappearance of Moral Knowledge. This series of videos includes each of the symposium presentations, but the discussion sessions were not recorded. The presentations were given with the expectation that the papers had been read prior to the meeting, so we encourage you to download the PDFs of the papers linked to each video before watching.

Resources

Aaron Preston on Moral Knowledge and Moral Psychology

Aaron Kheriaty on Moral Knowledge and Moral Psychology

Mary Poplin on Moral Knowledge and Education

Mike Austin on Moral Knowledge and Education

Steven D. Smith on Moral Knowledge and Legal History

Robert Cochran on Moral Knowledge and Legal Ethics

Scott Rae on Moral Knowledge, Legal History and Ethics