Moral questions and ethical challenges reside at the center of the «EthicsImpulse» series, which aims to promote a public discussion on ethical questions and moral themes. Regularly, the Institute of Social Ethics ISE at the Faculty of Theology of the University of Lucerne, by «EthicsImpulse», extends the invitation to a public lecture or panel discussion and subsequently to an exchange. The «EthicsImpulse» can also focus on special themes, which for Switzerland are politically, economically, and socially of particular timeliness and of central relevance.
EthicsImpuls-Series at the LSUE: June 10, 2021, 6:30-7:30 p.m. and June 14, 2021, 6:30-7:30 p.m. (more information can be found here)
01/23/2020: Kai Strittmatter, Author and Correspondent, among others for Sueddeutsche Zeitung and Tages Anzeiger: China – Digital Dictatorship? (Flyer)
Due to the still ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we were forced to postpone this year’s EthicsImpulses. We hope in your understanding.
10/30/2019: Prof. Dr. Wilfried Stadler (economist and publicist): Nice to have - thoughts on ethics and responsibility in the financial sector (Flyer)
04.06.2019: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hemel, theologian, founder of the Institute for Social Strategy and director of the Global Ethic Institute at the University of Tübingen: universal norms and religious diversity (Flyer)
06/05/2019: Dr. Stephan Rothlin SJ, director of the Macau Ricci Institute, founder & CEO of International Rothlin Management Consulting Ltd., Beijing & Hong Kong: China's «New Silk Road» - promoting sustainable development
06/05/2018: Prof. Dr. Manfred Nowak: How can the absolute prohibition of torture be justified? Arguments against softening (Flyer)