Acting ethically during a pandemic, in a time of uncertainty, calls for responsibility and forgiveness, Associate Professor Alice MacLachlan says in an interview with CBC’s Tapestry

It is a challenge to ethically navigate the pandemic’s new normal as restrictions lift, Alice MacLachlan, associate professor in the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, says in a CBC online article. MacLachlan also spoke with CBC Tapestry’s Mary Hynes about five qualities of character – or virtues – that will be helpful as we navigate this time of uncertainty: moral attention, compassion, responsibility, sacrifice and grace. Their conversation begins at 19:45 minutes into the program: Listen here.