Extending the sample for the proposed book, GRIN Free – GRIN Together: How to let people be themselves (and why you should), a draft of the second chapter has been posted at GRINFree.com. Titled “Identify Yourself,” it explains the significance of the GRIN Self-Quiz and how to administer and score it manually. This book is written for a common audience—for the technical validation study, click here.
Christopher Santos-Lang, the author of Moral Ecology Approaches, has been invited to discuss evaluative diversity with the Madison Interfaith Dialogue group at their next monthly meeting, 10:00am-noon on Wednesday, 2/12/2014, at the guest house of Holy Wisdom Monastery, 4200 County Road M, Middleton, WI. He will request help editing the Famous arguments section of the evaluative diversity Wikipedia article listing arguments from diverse faith/philosophical traditions.
As a sample for the proposed book , GRIN Free – GRIN Together: How to let people be themselves (and why you should), a draft of the first chapter has been posted at GRINFree.com. Titled “Discovering How to Be More Free,” it tells the story of how evaluative diversity was (and is continuing to be) discovered.
The GRIN model has been accepted for publication in a chapter entitled “Moral Ecology Approaches” in Machine Medical Ethics, edited by Simon van Rysewyk and Matthijs Pontier, and published by Springer.