The Dalai Lama center for ethics- programs

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MIT
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English
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In this website you can find out about a series of secular ethics-based programs being run by MIT.

http://thecenter.mit.edu/about/programs

You can also see some related videos here: http://thecenter.mit.edu/media/videos/

The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values at MIT is dedicated to inquiry, to dialogue, and to the creation of programs that affect the ethical and humane dimensions of life. This nonpartisan center is a collaborative think tank focused on the development of interdisciplinary research and programs in various fields of knowledge from science and technology, to education and international relations.

The Center is founded to honor the vision of the Fourteenth Dalai Lama and his call for a holistic education that includes the development of human and global ethics. It will emphasize responsibility as well as examine meaningfulness and moral purpose between individuals, organizations, and societies.

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