Critical Thinking For The Preservation of Our Democracy

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Name: Critical Thinking For The Preservation of Our Democracy
Date: July 11, 2019 - August 15, 2019
Event Description:
Speaker: Owen Fiss Professor of Law, Yale Law School Speaker: Akhil Reed Amar Professor of Law, Yale College and Yale Law School Moderator: David Bisno Constitutional law scholar Recently there has been a sharp decline in critical thinking – listening thoughtfully and evaluating different points of view objectively on an issue. Rather, partisan and often uncivil tribal loyalty is dominating the discourse, and Americans are more and more getting their information and opinions from media vehicles that already agree and reinforce their going-in opinions. Other points of view are ignored. We are planning to structure the sessions as debates where both sides of each issue are covered, thus demonstrating critical thinking in action. For each debate there will be a moderator and two speakers representing different points of view on the issue.
Location:
Spaulding Auditorium 12 Lebanon Street Hanover, NH
Date/Time Information:
Thursdays, July 11 – August 15 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Contact Information:
osher@dartmouth.edu 603-646-0154
Fees/Admission:
Member Series Ticket: $95 Non-Member Series Ticket: $120 Single Session Ticket: $25 (Click on the specific date below to register or pay at the door) Dartmouth College Students, Staff, Faculty: Present your Dartmouth College ID at the ticket table on the day of a lecture to receive a complimentary ticket.
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