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Fri, Apr 20 | The University of Texas Club

Freedom of Conscience: The Ethics of Free Thought and Association

Have the first amendment’s tenets of free speech and civil discourse become flexible based on the current college climate at American universities? How valid is our reasoning to associate or disassociate with people based on their country of birth? A workshop for undergraduate and graduate students.
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Time & Location

Apr 20, 2018, 9:30 AM – 5:15 PM
The University of Texas Club , 2108 Robert Dedman Dr, Austin, TX 78712, USA

About The Event

Friday, April 20th, 2018. 9:30 AM - 5:15 PM, The University of Texas at Austin, University of Texas Club (6th Floor), The Presidents Room (Football Stadium, East Side Entrance)

Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to register at www.TheIHS.org/UTAustin

Have the first amendment’s tenets of free speech and civil discourse become flexible based on the current college climate at American universities? How valid is our reasoning to associate or disassociate with people based on their country of birth? Join the Institute for Humane Studies and the Austin Institute as we explore the values and restraints of free speech, open inquiry, and voluntary association on American college campuses, and beyond.

FEATURING:

Professor Chris W. Surprenant, University of New Orleans;

Professor Peter Jaworski, Georgetown University ;

Ms. Elizabeth Nolan Brown, Reason Magazine;

Professor Daniel A Bonevac, University of Texas at Austin

Questions? Please contact Dr. Kevin Stuart at kes@austin-institute.org

Registration is Closed

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