Freedom Center Colloquium Series, 2010-11

September 1, 2010
Michael McKenna, Freedom Center Faculty, "Freedom, Responsibility, and History"

September 15, 2010
Juan Comesaña, University of Arizona, "Can We Believe for Practical Reasons?"

October 13, 2010
Steve Wall, Freedom Center Faculty, "Rescuing Justice from Equality"

October 27, 2010
Guido Pincione, Freedom Center Faculty, "The Constitution of Non-Domination"

November 9, 2010
Keith Lehrer, University of Arizona, "Freedom, Stories, and Art"

January 19, 2011
Stewart Cohen, University of Arizona, "Why You Should Be Much Less Confident of Your Political and Philosophical Opinions"

February 02, 2011
Terry Horgan, University of Arizona, "The Phenomenology and Metaphysics of Free Agency: A Stroll in the Garden of Forking Paths"

February 23, 2011
Olga Bever, University of Arizona, "Linguistic Landscapes"

March 09, 2011
Debra Satz, Stanford University, "The Moral Limits of Markets"

March 23, 2011
Merten Reglitz, University of Warwick, "Legitimate Authority as a Moral Power (Not a Right) to Rule"

April 06, 2011
Mark LeBar, Freedom Center Visiting Faculty, "The Value of Character"

April 20, 2011
John Tomasi, Brown University, "Free Market Fairness"

May 06, 2011
Carmen Pavel, Freedom Center Visiting Faculty, "Affecting Interests, Making the Demos"