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Is it sometimes wrong to tell the truth? How much value does society place on a single human life? These are truly the "big questions" of human existence, and they (along with many others) are discussed at length by Professor Michael Sandel of Harvard over the course of his popular "Justice" class. Now anyone around the world can sit in Sanders Theater to partake in the course, courtesy of Harvard and WGBH. Visitors can view the 12-part lecture series in its entirety, and they will by privy to a wide-ranging set of conversations and dialogues between Professor Sandel and his students. On the homepage, visitors will find the link to the lectures, along with information about the course readings, several helpful discussion guides, and a place for visitors to join the conversation in an online discussion forum.

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