Human rights are almost universally accepted, at least in name. But how come the UN’s council of philosophers could not agree on the grounds of those rights? How do we sustain our commitment to a costly stance when we can’t even agree on the rationale? Or is there still hope for ultimate consensus? Join a panel discussion moderated by Emory Vice President Gary Hauk, featuring Vinoth Ramachandra, Dabney Evans, and Jonathan Crane.