Ethics is a subject with a long history, but history is problematic. The history we have is told by a very select group of people, and the history we are able to access is limited to what each generation before ours decided was worthy of keeping. In early history, documentation could only be done by the wealthy and/or famous because the cost of resources was so high. In part due to systemic racism and sexism, it is also hard to find a diverse and equitable perspective on ethics in history. At the same time, it is important to demonstrate diversity and equitable representation in the authors and resources used in a class because students should see themselves in the work. What should an Ethics Professor do in this situation? How? Why? What makes you think so?
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