Special webinar: Moral foundations, moral conflict & moral injury

Special webinar: Moral foundations, moral conflict & moral injury

Wednesday November 4 2020, 12 noon to 1:30 pm EST

As a follow-on to our 2020 CMM Institute Virtual Learning Exchange, we are pleased to present a special topic webinar on the ways that CMM concepts and heuristics can help to better understand the conflict among competing and conflicting moral frameworks, and potential impact on social justice, mental health, and the enactment of democracy in our social systems and institutions.

The format we envision is to provide several short introductory presentations covering various forms of moral conflict.  These may include: moral foundations theory; moral conflict and conflict resolution; metaphors of war and combat in new media (and alternative metaphors to these, such as jazz improvisation); and impact of “moral injuries” of military and veterans caused by failures to prevent harm and episodes of perceived betrayal.

We will follow this with a guided open discussion of ways that CMM theory and heuristics may be applied to identify, analyze and, where possible, re-imagine these and similar conflicts of meaning.

There is no need to pre-register, but we welcome email RSVP’s to:
bartonbuechner@gmail.com

Zoom teleconference details

The ZOOM Meeting link for this webinar is: https://zoom.us/j/91136896791

Meeting ID: 911 3689 6791

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