Monday, July 26th at 7pm ET
In recent years, colleges and universities have seen a rise of campus orthodoxies, which exclude or stigmatize some questions and ideas in favor of others. Jonathan Haidt has written that the proper telos of the university is truth, and that other commitments must be subordinated to the free pursuit of knowledge and the exposure of falsehoods. However, hundreds of accredited colleges and universities have an explicit religious identity, sometimes including a statement of faith.
This panel – moderated by Elizabeth Corey and featuring George Harne, Ilana Horwitz, and Omar Qureshi – explored the relationship between religious beliefs and truth-seeking at both secular and religious institutions.
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