What is the Common Good? A Conversation with Edward Hadas

Event date
17 May 2021
Event time
17:00 - 18:00
Oxford week
TT 4
General Public
Members of the University
Online via Zoom
Edward Hadas, Blackfriars Hall, Oxford

Edward Hadas will discuss 'What is the Common Good?' as the tenth event of The Common Good Project's Conversation Series.

The Common Good Project seeks to foster a discussion on the relationship between law and the common good. The Project begins its efforts by exploring the common good from an array of perspectives. The Project hosts a weekly conversation series with legal theorists, philosophers, theologians, policy makers, economists, and others. 

Our tenth Conversation with Edward Hadas will discuss social philosophy and economic themes in the common good and the challenge in defining the common good. The Conversation will explore the moral foundations of civic and economic life.  

Edward Hadas, BA, MA (Oxon), MBA, is a Research Fellow of Blackfriars Hall, Oxford, focusing on philosophy, economics, and finance. He is the author of Counsels of Imperfection: Thinking Through Catholic Social Teaching and Human Goods, Ecomonic Evils. He is former Economics Editor for Reuters, where he continues as a columnist. 

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