VIRTUES IN SOCIETY A SYMPOSIUM
Data: 30 sep. 2019, 10:30
Organizator: FTB@Unibuc
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Eveniment disponibil in Bucuresti

Loc: Rectoratul Universitatii din Bucuresti, Sos. Pandurilor nr.90 

Presenters 
Dr. David P. Gushee - Distinguised University Professor of Christian Etics
Dr. Daniel Vestal - Distinguised Professor of Baptist Leadership
Dr. Craig MacMahan - Assistant Professor/ Director of Mercer on Mission
Prof. Univ. Dr. Mircea Dumitru - Rector, Universitatea din Bucuresti 
Prof. Univ. Dr. Daniel Barbu - Facultatea de Teologie Catolica 
Prof. Univ. Dr. Otniel Bunaciu - Facultatea de Teologie Baptista 

Program
Prof. Univ. Dr. Mircea Dumitru
 - Virtues and Vices of the Mind

Prof. David P. Gushee
- Living in Truth: Christian Theological & Etical Reflections
 
Prof. Craig MacMahan
- Am I my Brother's keeper? The Moral Practice of Development

Prof. Daniel Vestal
- Virtues and Values in Business. A Case Study

Prof. Daniel Barbu
- Is Love a Virtue?

Prof. Otniel Bunaciu 
Moderator

Brief History ofthe relationship

In 2017 the University of Bucharest expressed an interest in building a relationship with Mercer University. In 2018 a delegation from Bucharest University, led by Rector Mircea Dumitru visited Mercer University Campuses in Macon and Atlanta and a Memorandum of Understanding was signed. 

The University of Bucharest is glad to be the host of this first joint symposium. As an initiative of the two universities, the hope is that it will further strengthen the cooperation between our academic communities, as part of an ongoing journey of partnership. 

The experessed desire for this cooperation is to open up discussions beyond the university through which the academic communities desire to engage more with the life of society and provide a space for debate and fruitful reflection.