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Courage Applied: An On-The-Court Discussion at NCLS

February 20, 2013

I offering the following entirely unsolicited advice: check out the Scholar’s Panel entitled Courage Applied: An On-The-Court Discussion at NCLS. Here’s the blurb:

The discussion of courage is one that both informs about the meaning and implications of courage while simultaneously invites us to explore how it might operate in both our personal and professional lives. This is a forum that both seeks your participation and requires your engagement. This session challenges us to see the operation of courage as something we should aspire to while realistically acknowledging the challenges offered by the world. A distinguished panel of scholars will provide informative and enlightening insights which may be useful to each of us who seeks to understand the use of courage in our own everyday lives. Note this is a double-session.

The panel will consist of three very fine philosophers – Martin Cook, Richard Schoonhoven, and Dan Zupan. (Indeed, there might be even more good speakers as well. I’m a bit out of the loop.) Anyway, check it out; a link to the schedule is here.


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