The common good, the self and human action under capitalism and beyond

This presentation briefly examines how the good and the self are reduced and misunderstood in modern capitalism Drawing from Professor Akrivou’s and wider research in personalist and Virtue Ethics and organisational studies, she will summarise how capitalism arose, its roots in economic history terms and its impact in economic, social and political organisation. Deeper Causes […]

October Meet Up: The ethics of digital well being

Digital technologies are changing the way we understand and manage our health and well-being. Many of us already share health-related information on social media platforms or use smart devices and wearables to track details about our fitness and overall well-being. However, the use of digital technologies may also impact our well-being in more subtle ways. […]