1 of 2 View 2 Items Photo courtesy of USU College of Humanities and Social Sciences Rachel Robison-Greene, a postdoctoral fellow in philosophy at Utah State University, is helping to organize an April 3 “ethics slam” on public shaming in Logan, Utah. Related Links Admissions scandal unfolds amid cynicism about moral values House OKs election overhaul, but Senate likely to slam door SALT LAKE CITY — Public shaming in politics can be a “tribal dog whistle” that attracts like-minded people and pumps up the self-esteem of the person doing the shaming, says the organizer of an upcoming “ethics slam” on the topic. But shaming also can be an effective tool of justice, and feeling shame can cause people to behave better. There’s no easy answer to the question, “Is shaming ethical?” And that makes the topic perfect for an ethics slam, said Rachel Robison-Greene, co-organizer of the April 3 event in Logan and a postdoctoral fellow in philosophy at Utah State University. “We want the community to have conversations about tricky issues; to practice in a public setting having civil, rational discussions about these issues because it really can be done. It doesn’t have to devolve into what it becomes… Read full this story
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