Born shortly after World War II, in 1947, Dr. Georg Lind’s interest in morality goes back to his adolescence when he learned about the atrocities of the Nazi dictatorship. How can we prevent this from happening again? How can we develop morality, peace, and democracy? His work contains this answer.
Lind was professor of psychology and researcher at the University of Konstanz, Germany. He was guest professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, the Universidad de Monterrey, and the Humboldt University at Berlin. He has lectured in Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Mexico, Poland, Switzerland, Greece, Italy, and the United States.
Recently, Dr. Lind published "How to Teach Morality: Promoting Deliberation and Discussion, Reducing Violence and Deceit". The book provides his new approach to great questions:∙ What is morality?∙ How can it be measured?∙ How relevant is it for social (and anti-social) behaviors∙ What is its nature and origin?∙ How can it be taught?
The focus of Dr. Lind’s life’s work has been on:∙ the re-conceptualization of morality on the basis of Socrates' dual-aspect-model ∙ the objective and valid measurement of internal moral competence,∙ the empirical study of the relationship of internal moral competence to external social behavior, and∙ the creation of an effective and practical method for fostering moral competence. The Konstanz Method of Dilemma Discussion (KMDD)
You can visit Georg Lind's website at: https://www.uni-konstanz.de/ag-moral/
Dr. Lind's lectures will be digitally recorded and made available via the Internet in order to increase understanding of the meaning and measurement of moral competence, and the educational program associated with it.
Bigger picture: Dr. Lind's training and certification programThis workshop is one of the three parts of Dr. Lind's comprehensive training program for becoming a certified "KMDD-Teacher."
When: Friday, July 28th 10:00am-6:00pm &Saturday, July 29th 9:00am-5:00pm
Cost:FREE - Lunch and registration are covered for both days*parking is not covered**General parking permits are $10/day (carpooling is highly encouraged!)
This Two-Day Conference is capped at 50 attendees. You will be notified if your spot is reserved
After the attendee list is finalized additional information will be sent to you regarding parking and what to expect.