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T.S. Eliot: Culture and Anarchy

Speaker(s) from 'T.S. Eliot: Culture and Anarchy' Event

It Takes a Family to Raise a Village: The Social Significance of the Family for the Free Society

Speaker(s) from 'It Takes a Family to Raise a Village: The Social Significance of the Family for the Free Society' Event

Jennifer Roback Morse
Senior Research Fellow, Acton Institute

UCLA School of Law, LosAngeles, CA
1/30/2008


The Limits of American Utopian Imagination: Reflections on David Brooks, Poet of Our Middle Class

Speaker(s) from 'The Limits of American Utopian Imagination: Reflections on David Brooks, Poet of Our Middle Class' Event

Peter Augustine Lawler
Professor of Government, Berry College

Belmont Abbey College, Belmont, North Carolina
10/15/2004

Given at Ingersoll Symposium on "The Importance of Culture"


Culture: High, Low, Middlebrow and Popular

Speaker(s) from 'Culture: High, Low, Middlebrow and Popular' Event

Mark C. Henrie
Editor, The Intercollegiate Review

Belmont Abbey College, Belmont, North Carolina
10/15/2004

Given at Ingersoll Symposium on "The Importance of Culture"


Culture Matters

Speaker(s) from 'Culture Matters' Event

Roger Scruton
British Author, Philosopher, and Columnist

Belmont Abbey College, Belmont, North Carolina
10/15/2004

Given at Ingersoll Symposium on "The Importance of Culture"


Culture is Never Neutral

Speaker(s) from 'Culture is Never Neutral' Event

American Catholicism

Speaker(s) from 'American Catholicism' Event

Robert A. Preston

Belmont Abby College, Belmont, NC
10/15/2004

Given at Ingersoll Symposium on "The Importance of Culture"


The Problem of Technology

Speaker(s) from 'The Problem of Technology' Event

Peter Augustine Lawler
Professor of Government, Berry College

ISI Honors Program, Oxford, England
8/6/2004


Manners and Morals; Or, Why You Should Not Eat the Person Sitting Next to You

Speaker(s) from 'Manners and Morals; Or, Why You Should Not Eat the Person Sitting Next to You' Event

Patrick Deneen
Markos and Eleni Tsakopoulos-Kounalakis Associate Professor of Government, Georgetown University

ISI Honors Program, Oxford, England
8/2/2004


Memory and Love: Literature and Liberal Learning

Speaker(s) from 'Memory and Love: Literature and Liberal Learning' Event

Roger Lundin
Blanchard Professor of English, Wheaton College

ISI Honors Program, Oxford, England
7/31/2004


Hayek and the American Conservative Movement

Speaker(s) from 'Hayek and the American Conservative Movement' Event

George H. Nash
Author and Lecturer

ISI Indianapolis Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana
4/3/2004

The theme for the conference was "The Twisted Tree of Liberty: F.A. Hayek and The Road to Serfdom."


Icarus Fallen: The Search for Meaning in an Uncertain World

Speaker(s) from 'Icarus Fallen: The Search for Meaning in an Uncertain World' Event

Chantal Delsol
Professor of Philosophy, University of Marne-La-Vallée

ISI F. M. Kirby Campus
3/10/2004


Natural Law and Liberalism: Can this Marriage be Saved?

Speaker(s) from 'Natural Law and Liberalism: Can this Marriage be Saved?' Event

Christopher Wolfe
Emeritus Professor of Political Science, Marquette University

Regent University
11/1/2001


Does Human Nature Have a Future?

Speaker(s) from 'Does Human Nature Have a Future?' Event

Peter Augustine Lawler
Professor of Government, Berry College

Fordham University
10/26/2001


A Harmonious and Consistent Whole: The Framing of the Constitution and the Common Law

Speaker(s) from 'A Harmonious and Consistent Whole: The Framing of the Constitution and the Common Law' Event

James R. Stoner, Jr.
Professor of Political Science, Louisiana State University

United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado
10/18/2001


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