WE wish especially to call the attention of the college to the course of lectures which Professor Peabody is to begin tonight on the Ethics of the Social Questions. The study of ethics is growing to be one of great importance, and its application to social questions has become today a matter of serious consideration. Professor Peabody has spent a good portion of his year abroad in studying the question and inquiring into its character in European countries, Germany especially. Many of us may remember his interesting contributions on this subject to the Forum and other magazines of last year. From the title of his lectures he apparently intends to make a practical treatment of the subject, and to those who are interested in the study of these questions, Professor Peabody's lectures will be of interest and instruction.
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