When I rush a topic, still get through only half my notes, and still run almost an hour over time, then we need a part two! Welcome to the continuation of The Neuroscience of Morality.
Each of us comes to the table with a morality influenced by our genes, our upbringing, and a cacophony of influences throughout our lives. The purpose of our time together is not to determine whether a particular set of moral rules is right or wrong, but to observe our own ethics with a critical eye, so that we may do better.
In this session, we will dive deeper into the neurological underpinnings of human ethics, the innate strengths and weaknesses of our morality, and what we can do to be more morally consistent in our day-to-day lives.
Please register at the ticket link to receive the virtual meeting information.
Each session includes time for questions. All sessions are free. I look forward to seeing you!