The Value of [Not] Being Diverse  – University of Copenhagen

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The Value of [Not] Being Diverse 

“Social Cohesion”, “Diversity” and “Pluralism” have become normative central guiding principles in democratic societies. However, the practical implementation of how to define social cohesion, deal with diversity and act in pluralistic societies is rather contested. Not least in the light of the alarming shifts to non-democratic populism in Europe and the USA there is an urgent need to re-debate those concepts. Following the spirit of the “Tübingen approach” of an application-oriented ethics, this conference aims to encourage a broad interdisciplinary discussion on “social cohesion”, “diversity” and “moral pluralism” in contemporary societies.

See the home website and programme here.