Robert P. George to Deliver Lecture: The Hinckley Center, Brigham Young University

Professor George argues that while constitutional constraints are crucial for maintaining republican government, they’re insufficient without certain civic virtues in the people. He emphasizes the role of “little platoons” in civil society, like family and private associations, in nurturing these virtues. Robert P. George, holder of Princeton’s McCormick Professorship of Jurisprudence, stresses the importance of […]


Constitutional Structures and Civic Virtues with Robert P. George

Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University, has accepted an invitation coordinated by the Wabash College Republicans and to be sponsored by The Stephenson Institute for Classical Liberalism. The Institute will further facilitate a series of reading and discussion groups […]


Difficult Conversations: The University’s Role in Restoring Civic Dialogue with Dr. Robert George and Dr. Cornel West

Please join Dr. Robert George and Dr. Cornel West in a conversation focused on the role of higher education in restoring civic dialogue. This timely lecture addresses the urgent need for universities to lead the way in reviving the art of civil discourse in a society increasingly characterized by division and confrontation. As bastions of […]