Michael Sandel is a famous professor at Harvard Univ.
Now he has become famous in Japan due to the TV shows
of 12 of his classes about "Justice" by NHK in last spring.
Today I happened to see the last class of "Justice" and it reminded me of
the classes I went through at Duke MBA program.
There I have learned lessons which I can apply to a daily life.
1. It is important to understand types of rationale behind his or her argument before any judgement. Moral values and virtue, utilitarianism, purpose and goods, or past experience
2. Judging itself may lead to discrimination without any clear intention.