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Hutton Honors College

 — Indiana University


September 9, 2014

Students gathered for a friendly debate of provocative ethical questions that came from current, real-world situations, e.g. self-driving cars, a state's right to deny burial to terrorists, a professor who provides answers to philosophy questsions online for profit, and consumers' ethical responsibilities.

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Students formulated their arguments before presenting their case to the judges and other students.

A student argued her team's stance.

The students formed two teams to debate cases about a self-driving car and a professor who sold answers to philosophy questions online.

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