Governmental Secularity and Religious Citizenship

Dr. Robert Audi, from University of Notre Dame, presents, "Governmental Secularity and Religious Citizenship." Religious citizens naturally want to be guided by their religious ideals in structuring their society; but given that they live with others of different religions (or none), should their political conduct be guided only by secular standards? This talk will present a partial resolution of this problem and bring it to bear on contemporary life—including healthcare—in pluralistic democratic societies. Part of Drexel Philosophy Week, sponsored by the Departments of English & Philosophy, Culture & Communication, Psychology, and the Drexel Philosophy Club. For further information contact Dr. Peter Amato at peterama@drexel.edu .

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WHEN
Thursday, March 07, 2013
Recurring: ONCE

TIME & PRICE
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Free

WHERE
33rd and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA
One time only on 03/07/2013. .

FOR MORE INFO
RM 120 Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building, Drexel University

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