Sit down with two leading scholars . . .
. . . Get an uncommon grasp of free speech—and get your questions answered in real time!
Free speech is under attack—on campus, in politics, in the media, even in business.
But to protect free speech, you need to think through a lot of questions. Such as . . .
- How do you even define free speech?
- What are its limits?
- When is it “hate speech”?
- Is it okay to take a knee during the national anthem? What about publicizing a Black Mass?
- If we can say whatever we want, whenever we want, are we exercising our freedom or hurtling toward relativism?
These are difficult questions. This unique conversation will help you gain some answers.
You’re invited to join us Wednesday, April 15, at 8 p.m. ET and explore what defines free speech, whether it has limits, and what those limits ought to be.
Your guides will be two leading authorities on free speech: Dr. Hadley Arkes, the great constitutional and natural law scholar of Amherst College, and Arthur Milikh, associate director of the Heritage Foundation’s B. Kenneth Simon Center for American Studies.
We’ll examine this controversial issue from multiple perspectives, and discuss the benefits or downfalls of each.
Bring your questions. They’ll be answered in real time by Hadley Arkes and Arthur Milikh.
This event is free but spots are limited, so reserve yours now.