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UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS

conscience: a brief history

A Conversation with Jose A. Bufill

Natural LAW: why it still matters

A Conversation with Santiago Legarre

how states thinK

A Conversation with Sebastian Rosato

co-hosted with the Alexander Hamilton Society, University of Michigan

Fall 2023 Program

XAVIEr symons

Why conscience matters:

A defense of conscientious objection

in healthcare

Winter 2023 Program

Zena Hitz

The life of the mind and the human good

Fall 2022 Programs

The rights & duties of citizenship

Luke foster / loren reinoso

He was more interested in late night philosophy discussions about the meaning of life.
"I was really hungry for that," he says, "because until then I had no friends I could
talk to about these things."

~Elon Musk, referring to his time as a college student,
quoted by Walter Isaacson

Summer 2022 Cultural Program

Margaret Chisolm

promoting clinical excellence through

arts-based education

Winter 2022 Seminar Series

Carter SneaD

Bioethics & what it means to be human

We are all endlessly looking for reality even when we try not to, or think we are not.

This applies particularly , of course, to poets, artists, mystics - even, in their own way,

to philosophers and scientists.

Though we pursue fantasy, never more so than today,

the soul's only true sustenance is reality,

which even in the most adverse circumstance it somehow finds,

just as a seed falling on a rock face somehow finds the tiny crack where it can grow.

 

   ~ Malcolm Muggeridge, The Third Testament  

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