Freedom Center Colloquium Series, 2009-10

October 1, 2009
Kit Wellman, Washington University in St. Louis, "Taking Human Rights Seriously"

October 23, 2009
Paul Zak, Claremont Graduate University, "The Neurobiology of Trust" (with the Cognitive Science Program)

October 29, 2009
Ian Evans, Freedom Center Graduate Fellow, "The Problem of the Basing Relation"

November 17, 2009
Philip Cafaro, Colorado State University, "Economic Growth or the Flourishing of Life: The Ethical Choice Global Climate Change Puts to Humanity in the 21st Century"

December 1, 2009
Lynn Scarlett, Resources for the Future, "Effects of a Changing Climate on Lands, Water, Wildlife and Communities: Issues of Science, Law, and Policy"

February 04, 2010
Kyle Swan, Freedom Center Visiting Faculty, "Is Religion Special?"

February 12, 2010
Loren Lomasky, University of Virginia, "Is It Wrong to Eat Animals?"

February 26, 2010
John Phillips, Brown University, "The Principle of Permanent Sovereignty Revisited"

March 9, 2010
Matt Zwolinski, University of San Diego, "Exploitation and Neglect"

March 26, 2010
David Schmidtz, Freedom Center Faculty, "What Teachers Owe Students"

April 13, 2010
Ed Hartman, NYU (retired), "Virtuous Business: Aristotle and MacIntyre"

April 29, 2010
Michael McKenna, Freedom Center Faculty, "Holding Morally Responsible and the Moral Emotions"

April 30, 2010
Merten Reglitz, University of Warwick, "Why Nagel Has to Endorse Trans-National Distributive Justice"

May 7, 2010
Kevin Vallier, Freedom Center Graduate Fellow, "Reconciling Liberalism and Faith: Consensus or Convergence?"