Civility in America: On Campus

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 | 7 p.m.

Princeton Professors Robert P. George and Cornel West discuss the importance of freedom of speech in the search for truth, both on campus and in wider society, in a conversation moderated by Fr. Matt Malone, S.J., editor in chief of America magazine. 
 

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Location:

The Sheen Center for Thought & Culture
18 Bleecker Street
New York, N.Y. 10012

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J Cosgrove
5 months 2 weeks ago

Civility in America: On Campus

It is rare. Google Amy Wax. Maybe Fr. Malone should ask about her.

Gay Timothy O'Dreary
5 months 2 weeks ago

says the most uncivil of them all on these forums, "J. Cosgrove" who doesn't comply with commenting guidelines by using a fake incomplete name

J Cosgrove
5 months 2 weeks ago

Thank you for your comment. Maybe you should point out uncivil comments and ask for a re-phrasing.

The name is not fake. I am registered as JR Cosgrove and a software fluke removed the "R." jrcosgrove is part of the email address I use for registration on this site. I have been signing my name as JR Cosgrove since grade school. Ultimate irony is using a fake name to accuse another of using a fake name when their name is real.

J Cosgrove
5 months 2 weeks ago

says the most uncivil of them all on these forums

Is that a civil comment?

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5 months 2 weeks ago

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Stephen Hawking
5 months 1 week ago

The mission of the CIVITAS crusade was to uplift our familiarity with the connection between our own direct and the nature of grounds life. What we do and say dependably affects others, regardless of whether we see it or not. Respectfulness implies something other than holding the entryway open for somebody or regarding grounds offices and grounds.
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5 months 1 week ago

Both personalities did great job in their field. Hope, they like this short event where they shared their life experiences and some tips to students to make the future bright. I also hope students will follow their guidelines. I have read their interview at uk bestessays and i got a lot of points which i will start to act upon.

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