Stanford Mandatory Reading: “Is There Anything Good About Men?”

Stanford Mandatory Reading: “Is There Anything Good About Men?”

A new class is being offered at Stanford University called “The Ethical Gangster”. The class counts towards an English credit and describes itself as a “study of recent developments understanding human moral psychology using mafia movies to explore the differences between Kantian and Utilitarian moral theory.”

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“The Ethical Gangster” at Stanford University. PC Turning Point USA

 

While the class may sound interesting enough, it’s the mandatory reading the class requires that makes you question it’s true intentions.

“The Origins of Good and Evil” sounds like a book that should be discussed in that class, but how does “Is there Anything Good About Men? How Cultures Flourish by Exploiting Men” have anything to do with “The Ethical Gangster”?

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Mandatory Reading at Stanford University

“The Origins of Good and Evil” sounds like a book that should be discussed in that class, but how does “Is there Anything Good About Men? How Cultures Flourish by Exploiting Men” have anything to do with “The Ethical Gangster”?

The course is being instructed by a Professor Blakey Vermeule whose credentials are currently being investigated.

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