Ting Cho Lau
The Reasons Management Framework
Spring 2022- Augustine Culture and Seminar: Moderns
This course aims to re-examine values and traditions from Augustine's world into the modern world (1400 to present). The course encourages students to develop their writing skills over the course of the sememster. Texts and content covered will include works by Kant, MLK, Lorde, Shakespeare, Nietzsche, and Hobbes along with contemporary philosophers including Sandel, Chalmers, Taylor, , Brennan, and Dembroff. Contemporary art and film will also be included music by Beyonce and Kendrick Lamar along with the movie Spotlight.
Here is syllabus for the Spring 2022 syllabus.
Fall 2021- Augustine Culture and Seminar: Ancients
This course aims to examine the cultural annd historical background for Augustine's confessions while also allowing students to develop their writing skills over the course of the sememster. Texts and content covered will include selections from Genesis, Sophocles's Oedipus Rex, Marvel's Loki, Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics, Confucius's Analects, Plato's Symposium, The Gospel of John, Augustine's Confessions, Dante's Divine Comedy, and Boccacio's Decameron
Here is the first page and the second page of the Fall 2021 syllabus.
Here is the syllabus for my course on medical ethics from Spring 2018.
Here is the syllabus for my course on love and friendship from Fall 2019.
Here is a syllabus for my course on business ethics from Spring 2020 that is also the basis for courses taught in Fall 2020 and Spring 2021.