Contents: This first podcast introduces the idea of ethics as a daily practice and philosophical enquiry, exploring what participants think the broad concept of ethics covers. Subscribe on itunes
Who is speaking and when:
00:00 Introduction (Melissa Laing) | 01:39 Craig Cooper | 01:53 Louise Tu’u | 02:15 Val Smith | 02:58 Tru Paraha | 04:12 Becca Wood | 04:33 Alexa Wilson | 05:08 Alison East | 05:24 Sally Barnett | 06:22 David Cross | 06:58 Stephen Bain | 07:10 Moana Nepia | 07:56 Mark Harvey | 08:47 Sean Curham | 12:13 Brent Harris | 12:37 Chris Braddock | 14:04 Carol Brown | 14:38 Sally J. Morgan | 16:25 Carol Brown | 17:02 David Cross | 18:20 Craig Cooper | 19:31 Carol Brown | 20:00 Alys Longley | 21:17 Mark Jackson | 22:05 Rose Martin | 23:06 Sally J. Morgan | 23:45 Rose Wartin | 24:00 Sean Curham | 25:09 Mark Jackson | 25:52 Alys Longley | 26:31 Louise Tu’u | 27:04 Chris Braddock | 27:14 Mark Jackson | 30:18 End
In discussing ethics Moana Nepia draws on a Māori concept – tikanga – which translates to correct procedure, custom, method, practice, or convention. Māori are the tangata whenua, the indigenous people of Aotearoa, New Zealand.
How to cite this podcast: University Without Conditions. 2014. Episode 1: What is Ethics? Performance Ethics Working Group. (podcast) 22 March. Available at: http://universitywithoutconditions.ac.nz/?page_id=492 [Accessed: Date].