Susan Dwyer
University of Maryland
Public and Personal Morality in a Democracy

A hallmark of liberal democracies is that government ought not legislate morality. But while genuine liberty requires that each of us determine our own conception of the good in accordance with our values, democracy itself cannot flourish without all of us — state and private actors alike — taking part in an active and lively conversation about what is morally good and bad and why.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016
3:30pm - 5:00pm

Tawes Hall, Ulrich Recital Hall