Clemson: On a Certain Human Passion: Regulating Hatred on Campus and Beyond

On March 10, 2022, the Lyceum Program at Clemson University hosted Robert C. Bartlett for a lecture on human passions and hate speech: Philosophers ancient and modern have agreed that we must understand the human passions if we are going to understand ourselves. Lately, one among these passions has received a lot of attention, on […]

University of Nebraska-Omaha: Politics, Philosophy, and the Origins of Modern Science

On March 30, 2023, the Constitutional Studies Forum at the University of Nebraska-Omaha will be hosting a seminar presented by Arthur Milikh on "Politics, Philosophy, and the Origins of Modern Science." Science used to be the preserve of a tiny handful of scholars, but it has risen to become one of the dominant authorities in […]