Wesley Weekly #41 – Generational Ethics

Hello Everyone, and welcome back to Wesley at MSU!

After a week off we are back to our weekly discussions focusing on the theme of progress, so stay posted to see what we’re up to this week.

What you may have missed…

Last week the students and staff were on break taking some much needed time to rest and relax.

As such, there was no discussion, so nothing missed!

This Week

This week Wesley will be discussion generational perspectives and ethical differences. Taking the time to examine what the major influences of each generation was, and how that shaped their view of society and the world.

It is important to note the progress involves fluid growth and change, it doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Meaning that the essential ethical and moral beliefs of one generation go on to influence the next, and neither occurs in isolation.

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