Brister: “Democracy and the Promise of the Future”

San Marcos Public Library 625 E Hopkins St., San Marcos, TX

This dialogue spans the generations to consider how democratic action is both boosted and challenged by social media, and how biotechnology and information technology can address environmental problems and increase social connection when used responsibly.

Free

Saturday: Session 1 – Waks, Kramer, Striano, Pezzano, Spadafora

Virtual Zoom Event

Saturday, Session 1 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM USA-CENTRAL Free Zoom Registration for Saturday All-Day Access Available Here: https://www.txstate.edu/philosophy/dialogue-series/Dialogue-Schedule.html "Bibliometrics and Qualitative Assessment: A Pragmatist Approach" Leonard Waks, Temple University (Emeritus) Dr. Eli Kramer, Institute of Philosophy, University of Wrocław "The Productive Professor" Maura Striano, University of Naples "The Inclusive Model of School Based on… Continue reading Saturday: Session 1 – Waks, Kramer, Striano, Pezzano, Spadafora

Free

Saturday: Session 2 – Solymosi, Capps, Brister, Edelman, Collins, Thompson

Virtual Zoom Event

Saturday, Session 2 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM USA-CENTRAL Free Zoom Registration for Saturday All-Day Access Available Here: https://www.txstate.edu/philosophy/dialogue-series/Dialogue-Schedule.html "Neuropragmatic Tools for Neurotechnological Culture" Tibor Solymosi, Westminster University "The ‘Eclipse’… Continue reading Saturday: Session 2 – Solymosi, Capps, Brister, Edelman, Collins, Thompson

Free