A Conversation with Robert P. George

Published Date: August 31, 2020 | Source: Anchored | Topics: Philosophy, Politics and Current Affairs

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Influential scholar and Princeton University professor Robert P. George joins Jeremy for a discussion on the consequences of society’s abandonment of liberal arts education, the deeper streams of thought that informed the American Founding and what that means for building unity (to include discussion of the upcoming E Pluribus Unum lecture series jointly sponsored by AEI and the University of Dallas). He also provides an inside look at his famous friendship with Cornel West and how conversations on texts important to their intellectual journeys led to an enduring relationship that models civil discourse today.

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LISTEN to This Princeton Professor Explains What Human Rights Actually Are

Published Date: December 10, 2019 | Source: The Heritage Foundation | Media Type: Video | Topics: Civil Rights and Liberties, Natural Law

Freedom of thought, conscience and religion is not only an unalienable, fundamental right—it is essential to the protection of all human rights. It’s a phrase that gets tossed around pretty loosely — so what exactly does it mean?

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Robert P. George Keynote Remarks | 2019 John Paul II New Evangelization Award Dinner – YouTube

Published Date: October 28, 2019 | Source: CICWashingtonDC | Media Type: Video | Topics: Civil Rights and Liberties, Natural Law, Religion
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