Based at Santa Clara University, the Center provides a forum for analyzing real-world ethical issues, particularly in the areas of bioethics, business ethics, campus ethics, character education, government ethics, and internet ethics. The Center sponsors publications, articles on ethics and ethical decision-making, case studies, blogs, podcasts, and an E-newsletter.
This journal was founded in 1984 for the purpose of publishing essays and poetry pertaining to the concept of Moksha, defined by Monier-Williams as "liberation, release." Moksha reflects a multiplicity of perspectives, including works pertaining to Yoga, various schools of Buddhism, Sufism, Eastern and Western philosophy, meditation, and mystical Christianity.
The purpose of the Society is to stimulate scholarship on ethics and the teaching of ethics in all academic disciplines and to afford an opportunity for the exchange of research. The Society publishes Teaching Ethics, sponsors conferences, and provides resources for ethics across the curriculum.