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Seinfeldian Ethics: Learning Something from the Show About Nothing 

When: Sun., Oct. 2, 7-8:30 p.m. 2016
Price: $5 suggested donation
Though it billed itself as the "show about nothing," in reality, Seinfeld dealt with complex ethical issues throughout the show's 9-season run, including end-of-life care, reproductive justice and bodily autonomy. Through classic clips and a panel discussion, we'll examine how Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer can be used as case studies in the ethical decision-making process. Following a sold-out show in New York, join Dr. Elizabeth Yuko ("Everything I Know About Bioethics I Learned from The Golden Girls") on Sunday, Oct. 2nd to learn about ethical issues using case examples from the beloved ‘90s sitcom.


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