Bass Connections Faculty Team Leader. Cheating, Gaming and Rule Fixing: Challenges for Ethics across the Adversarial Professions. 2018 - 2019
Primary Theme: Brain & Society
Distinct approaches to ethics scholarship, ethics education and the regulation of ethics have evolved independently in a number of institutions designed to harness competition for social benefits, such as in markets, law, democratic politics, sports and scientific research. They all identify a range of overlapping ethical problems that inevitably arise in competitive domains (such as cheating or gaming the rules), but they do it in different ways, with different concepts and principles, and they use different models for promoting compliance with rules and norms of fair play, including different approaches to professional ethics education.
Service Performed By
Norman, Wayne John Mike and Ruth Mackowski Distinguished Professor of Ethics in Trinity College of Arts and Sciences
Bass Connections Faculty Team Leader
Service or Event Name
Cheating, Gaming and Rule Fixing: Challenges for Ethics across the Adversarial Professions