In Democratic Individuality, I argued that at a high level of abstraction, modern conservatives, liberals and radicals believe that the best economic, social and political institutions foster each person’s individuality. Their differences are largely empirical or social theoretical. All clash with modern authoritarians. I will take up practical issues such as torture and the lineage of the neocons and link them to larger issues in how we conceive a decent regime, locally and internationally.
A conflict resolution panel on Sand Creek today noon at the University of Denver
Transgenerational trauma, conflict resolution and restorative justice (to the extent possible) will be the subjects of a program sponsored by the Conflict Resolution program today (February 18) at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, cybercafe at 12. Karen Feste will moderate and Tamra Destree, Ramona Beltran and Alan Gilbert, all members of the DU committee on John Evans and Sand Creek, will speak followed by questions and discussion.