Feb. 9: WSU philosopher speaks on the ethics of punishment

Matt-StichterPULLMAN, Wash. – Criminal justice reform, punishment and ethics will be considered by Matt Stichter, Washington State University associate professor of philosophy, at a free, public common reading lecture at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 9, in CUE 203.

He will discuss several theories of punishment at the intersection of ethical theory and the philosophy of law. Despite the differences between these theories, all can provide support for radical reforms of our punitive practices, he said.

Learn more about the WSU common reading book and events at http://commonreading.wsu.edu.

 

Contacts:
Karen Weathermon, WSU common reading, 509-335-5488, weathermon@wsu.edu
Emma Epperly, WSU undergraduate education, 509-335-9458, emmaepperly@wsu.edu

 

 

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