Right, Wrong and in Between
Mar05

Right, Wrong and in Between

The gray areas of ethics underline the complexity of applying it to real life. By Robyn Rime The first thing David Levy ’94, associate professor and chair of Geneseo’s philosophy department, wants you to know is that people face ethical issues every day. “I can’t think of a domain in the real world in which there’s no space for ethical concern whatsoever,” he says. Not sure? Consider the internet and the privacy issues it raises. As...

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It’s Complicated
Mar05

It’s Complicated

Geneseo’s liberal education prepares students to simplify complex problems. By President Denise A. Battles “Aaah, the good ol’ days!” While that expression harkens back to a supposedly less complicated time, it’s largely an illusion. Our society has always presented us with complex problems — and throughout Geneseo’s history, the College has striven to provide a liberal education essential to solving them. Today...

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