A discussion of literature and moral awareness.
Professors Johnson, Moore, and Goering read Johnson's story "Dr. King's Refrigerator" and discuss the role of imagination in literature and the contribution literature makes to the development of moral awareness. A talk made possible by the Friends of Philosophy at the University of Washington, Department of Philosophy.
Charles Johnson, celebrated author-philosopher, winner of the National Book Award, a MacArthur Genius Award, Cartoonist, and Professor Emeritus at the UW Department of English
Ron Moore, Professor of Philosophy, University of Washington
Sara Goering, Professor of Philosophy, University of Washington
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