In my reply to Olivier’s article in the upcoming journal, I shared an exercise I use with my ethics classes. I do a bit of a riff on Kolhberg’s theory of moral development, but first I place it within sports. How can we enjoy a game. One can be a fan where the game is us vs them, it could be a time when one appreciates sportsmanship, and it could be a time where one simply enjoys the atmosphere of the day. (There are six stages; I’m just collapsing them a bit for now). Then I switch to music and ask students to find a piece of music that fits each of these stages. it’s a pretty interesting experience because it can cover a lot of different emotions, attitudes and even spiritualities.