Global Ethics Conference at ICU

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Global Ethics Conference at ICU

Time: June 5, 2015 at 8:45am to June 6, 2015 at 4:30pm
Location: Tokyo
Street: 3-10-2 Osawa
City/Town: Mitaka, Tokyo
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Event Type: global, ethics, conference
Organized By: International Christian University
Latest Activity: Nov 30, 2015

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The main theme for the symposium is “Global Ethics: Nuclear Energy, Technology and Risk,” and yet other related themes will also be discussed. The symposium will serve as an ethical inquiry into the viability of a global ethic with a special focus on nuclear weapons, nuclear energy, and technological risks in the 21st century. Seats are limited. Prior registration is required. Registration Site

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