Why Does Life Matter?

When: Thu., Nov. 5, 7 p.m. 2015

The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs has a cumbersome name—its acronym is CCEPA, which is said “sahh-SEPP-ahh”—but a straightforward mission. This local tank of thinkers turns ethical quandaries of the day into engaging public discussions. Tonight’s example features Acadia University’s Dr. Anna Frammartino Wilks on the question of why life itself matters, a topic she thinks is highly relevant as continued space exploration increases the chances humans will encounter something out there.

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