(This class has different price options for those affected by the pandemic, click the register button above and see the different options).
What’s it all about?
Equipping you with the essential ethics toolbox.
Sometimes attempting to be a good person can leave you worn out and exhausted. Perhaps you have wondered what you, personally, should feel responsible for in life? Come along to this class and learn the principles and methods you need to answer every question, and overcome problems that life can throw at you.
What will we cover?
- Four practical tools and two methods
- How to find time for your ideals in day-to-day life
- How to take control of your life from the foundations, upwards
- How to avoid being paralysed by uncertainty
- How to draw the line for personal responsibility
- Is watching something bad happen is any different to actually doing it yourself?
What will you need?
- Paper and pen if you’d like to take notes
Who will be teaching?
Gordon is an ethicist, environmentalist, Principal at Ethilogical Consulting, lecturer at RMIT’s School of Design, and author of Power and the Professional published by McFarland Press. He is also a blacksmith, coppersmith and ongoing member of the Victorian Scout Association. You can reach him at ethilogical.com to talk more about ethics, power, conflict resolution or crafty stuff of any kind.
Attend his other Laneway Learning classes including:
- How to “Wrestle A Pig”: Better Arguments with Unreasonable People
- Knots You Gotta Know
- Take the Power Back: Power Dynamics at Home and Work
- Creating Men and Gods: The Rise of Artificial Intelligence