The editors of Public Discourse invite conservatives of various schools to participate in the debates that will best advance our common cause. We believe that disagreement is not something to avoid. In fact, a real and productive disagreement is an accomplishment. As John Courtney Murray put it, civilization depends on our becoming “locked together in argument.” Read the letter here.
The Witherspoon Institute is pleased to offer new online seminars for high school students. During this unprecedented time, many young people are finding their education disrupted. We are offering opportunities for students to enhance their education this year by exploring deep questions on love, the political order, death, and more with the help of great thinkers.
Currently, we are offering the following seminars:
- C. S. Lewis’ The Four Loves
- The Tocqueville Project
- On Corrupting the Youth: The Trial and Death of Socrates
To learn more about each seminar and how to apply, please visit this page.