Exploration of the intersection of the mind and society with a focus on how we think, learn, and live. Topics of discussion are designed to investigate the role of ambiguity in the gray spaces of human endeavor. Specific areas of focus include: genocide; race and ethnicity; law and criminality; leadership; and emotional and social justice. This course (ID 1010 / ID 3010) is only for students accepted into the University and Mountain Lion Honors Programs.
- Meeting the Ethical Challenges of Leadership (4th edition) by Craig E. Johnson
- The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot
- Into that Darkness: An Examination of Conscience by Gitta Sereny