100 episodes

Everyday Ethics is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran broadcaster Craig Kopp, featuring media ethicist Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute, and medical ethicist Art Caplan of NYU's Langone Medical Center. Each week we take a look at many of the common situations we all find ourselves in, and break them down to better understand the ethical considerations surrounding them. Know the difference between what you have a right to do and what's right to do.

Everyday Ethics Craig Kopp, Kelly McBride & Art Caplan

    • News & Politics
    • 4.0, 75 Ratings

Everyday Ethics is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran broadcaster Craig Kopp, featuring media ethicist Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute, and medical ethicist Art Caplan of NYU's Langone Medical Center. Each week we take a look at many of the common situations we all find ourselves in, and break them down to better understand the ethical considerations surrounding them. Know the difference between what you have a right to do and what's right to do.

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
75 Ratings

75 Ratings

ersmed ,

Exellent Ethics Discussions,

Obviously one could spend a semester in college discussing some of the topics that come up on this show, but many people don't have lots of time to spend listening to podcasts. This is the podcast for you with less time. The topics on this show are so current and so important, I think that they do a great job at what they are trying to do on this podcast. The tagline "what you have the Right to do and what is Right to do" is so appropriate for this show. Love it.

LarryDarrell12 ,

Shallow, Disorganized

I love the idea for this podcast, but I hope the producers will make some improvements. I’ve listened to a few episodes and would like to keep giving it a try; however, one of the hosts continually talks over the others, often dominating the conversation with useless interjections, making it about him instead of the issues. His style of banter (which is not characterizable as discourse) draws conversations away from deeper insights and into dead-ends with everyone kind of shrugging off where he has led them, which is often simply the insertion of a punchline instead of a salient point. Also, the homework episode was maddening: toward the end, one of the other hosts admits to helping a little too much on his step-daughter’s grad school letter. No one points out that they’re discussing ethics. Then, the next speaker launches into a critique of a culture of cheating among students...no one points out the irony of the moment, and no one mentions that the students who cheat must get it from somewhere. Overall, this podcast needs so much work—more adept facilitation, and more rigor in analysis for starters.

Promoooter ,

This show should be called opinions not ethics

Trash

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