In his new book, Talisse emphasizes that “citizens have adequate moral reasons to extend the kind of regard that’s appropriate among political equals, even when one is inclined to see their political opponents as fundamentally mistaken.”
“The real promise of higher education has to be about critical thinking and about evaluating the past and what is good from it. Putting forward ideas, modifying them, and creating a future based on the best that has been said and thought – that is learning.” – Nick Gillespie.
Late-night philosophical debates at Summer Seminars with his peers and professors, passionate about dissecting classical liberal topics, were a recipe for developing a deeper interest in sociology for Fabio Rojas.
“I think Adam Smith is really crucial just to getting the true character of the heart of liberalism right in this big conversation that’s going on.” – Daniel Klein
Community has always been a central building block for Daniel Klein and his students as they discuss Adam Smith and the intellectual history and theory of liberalism.
“I’ve seen this war from the beginning to its end,” says Professor Jennifer Murtazashvili, who has conducted research in Afghanistan for nearly a quarter-century.
The colloquium readings and discussants highlighted the shared concerns and sharply different methods of achieving racial equality in America.
“The goal here is to give people a gut-level understanding of emergent order, and how it might apply both in public policy but also in your personal life as a leader in your community and even your family.” – Neil Chilson, Author.
Todd Zywicki has run the full gamut of IHS programs, starting out as an intern and student and eventually becoming a faculty partner and board member.
For over twenty years, James Stacey Taylor has been an active participant in the IHS scholarly community, participating in numerous programs from all angles of classical liberal thought.