Scott Bullock had just finished law school when Clint Bolick and Chip Mellor invited him to join IJ as its first attorney. In 2005 his role thrust him onto the national stage in the Kelo v. City of New London Supreme Court case.
IHS has awarded another round of major faculty awards and spoke with recent winners about their project plans, contributions to the classical liberal tradition, and history with IHS.
Vallier is an associate professor of philosophy at Bowling Green State University, where he also directs the Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law program. “In Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, what you’re essentially doing is applying the formal and empirical methods of the social sciences to make advances in value theory,” Vallier explains.
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The Declaration is a statement of both principle and action. The people are free to exercise their emancipated judgement in their own and collective interest through self-governance. For this to work, citizens must lay a foundation of shared principles and collectively organize the powers of government to promote their safety and happiness.
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Juarez-Garcia credits IHS for its focus on epistemic humility, offering programs like HSF and Discussion Colloquia that inspire graduate students to continue to discover new ways of thinking, even if it takes them outside of their own discipline.
As an IHS Distinguished Fellow, Allen is no stranger to discussions on the future of liberalism in America. As a facet of the IHS Discourse Initiative, distinguished fellows convene for a series of conversations among scholars from across the ideological spectrum with the goal to respond to illiberal and authoritarian top-down solutions through open dialogue within the academy.
The Institute for Humane Studies has awarded its spring 2021 round of major grants, Discourse Initiative Research Grants and Free Speech and Open Inquiry Grants, to fifteen faculty members in the humanities and social sciences.
Free speech has become a major sore spot in our public discourse. Limits on free speech are gaining support, especially on college campuses, where it’s reported that most academic institutions restrict free speech in at least one way.