CTC 2 is “narrative ethics at its best”
In her 2014 review of Consider the Conversation 2: Stories about Cure, Relief, and Comfort, Myra Christopher – the Kathleen Foley Chair for Pain and Palliative Care at the Center for Practical Bioethics in Kansas City – said, “Consider the Conversation 2 reminds me of the power of stories and metaphors; it is narrative ethics at its best.”
Narrative ethics explores the intersections between the domain of stories and storytelling and that of moral values. Narrative ethics regards moral values as an integral part of stories and storytelling because narratives themselves implicitly or explicitly ask the question, “How should one think, judge, and act – as author, narrator, character, or audience – for the greater good?”
If you haven’t seen this amazing film yet – either on PBS or on DVD – it’s time to get your own copy.