April 14, 2022

Rethinking Work & Money

Moderator: Simone Gubler, Assistant Professor of Philosophy



Are you, have you ever been, or do you plan to become a worker? Do you daily “tumble outta bed and stumble to the kitchen” on your way to make a livin’? Well, pour yourself a cup of ambition, and join us on Zoom, at 5:30PM on April the 14th, for the latest installment of Thought on Tap, a lively public discussion series that brings expert attention to topics of pressing civic concern. 
This time, we’re taking on the subject of ‘Work and Money’.

Join Professors Cara Nine (UNR, Philosophy), Brian Berkey (The University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School) and Ned Dobos (International and Political Studies, University of New South Wales) for a live discussion moderated by Simone Gubler (UNR, Philosophy). The panelists, experts in economic and political thought, will tackle key contemporary questions concerning economic justice and the future of work.

Boss holding dollar bill out of reach
  • Should we raise the minimum wage?
  • What makes a job a good job?
  • Are there some jobs that we shouldn’t accept or offer wages for?
  • What is an employer entitled to from their employees?
  • And, what should employees expect from their employers?

Thought on Tap is brought to you by the Core Humanities program and the College of Liberal Arts.

Time: 5:30 p.m. PT
Location: http://thoughtontap.com/zoom