Sunday, April 17, 2011

"Darwinian Liberal Conservatism" at George Mason University

This Wednesday, April 20, I will be lecturing on "Darwinian Liberal Conservatism" at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.

I will be sketching some of my reasoning for how Darwinian science supports a fusion of classical liberalism and traditionalist conservatism, which brings together a Lockean politics of individual liberty and an Aristotelian ethics of social virtue.

This is part of the Center for the Study of Public Choice Seminar Series. The seminar will meet in Carow Hall, 4:00 pm to 5:15 pm.


Troy Camplin said...

Wish I could be there to hear it. It is, alas, a long way from Dallas, TX

w said...

Will there be video available?


Larry Arnhart said...

As far as I know, there will be no video.

Much of what I will say will be drawn from what I have posted on this blog.

Kent Guida said...

I would be interested in hearing about the reaction at Mason -- the questions and comments, the sticking points, the general reception. I know a number of public choice types and economists there and they should be a challenging audience for you.