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Aug 10, 2017 7:15am EDT
, professor, robbie george, brad wilson, and the indefatigable step of the medicine program for this wonderful conference. thank all of you for your presence here especially during this difficult hour before lunch. thank you, chris for the comments and charlie ribbon for your insights. for those of you want to learn more about the subjects discussed by this panel i commend to you charlie reubens book eclipse of man, a very smart exploration of transhumanism and what it means to be human. does it display copy outside the produce book on the table. and it's available for sale at an amazon near you. i want to take a moment before starting to say just a few words about peter and leon kass. peter was a teacher and a writer who did not shy away from difficult questions. in fact, like his hero de tocqueville, he relished paradox comparadox, he relished it. and helped us to understand how for example, we americans could be draconian and darwinian and religious, even puritan all at once. he was warm and funny and joyful and convivial southern gentleman. like many of you in this room i feel hi
CSPAN
Aug 31, 2017 3:13pm EDT
keiper. >> thank you very much, professor hassing, robby george, brad wilson, and the indefatigable extras for this with conference. thank you for your presence here especially during this difficult hour before lunch. thank you, chris toll live -- for the insight. i commend to you charlie rubin's book, eclipse of man, very smart explore asia of transhumannism and what it means to be human. there's a display copy outside. the prettiest book on the table. and it's available for sale at an amazon near you. i want to take a moment before starting to say just a few words at better lawler and leon cass. peter pass a teacher and a writer who did not shy away from difficult questions. in fact, like his hero, he relished paradox, he relished it. and he helped to us understand how, for example, we americans could be darwinian and religious, even puritan, all at once. he was a warm and funny and joyful and con vival southern gentleman. i feel his loss sharply and i am deeply grateful to have known him and worked with him. i am the editor of the new atlantis, a quarterly journal whose focus is
CSPAN
Aug 15, 2017 11:07am EDT
. [applause] >> adam kuyper. >> thank you very much, professor passing, george, brad wilson and in this article staff of the programs of this wonderful conference. thank you call for your presence here, especially during this difficult hour before lunch. thank you for those comments in charlie rubin for your insight. for those of you want to learn more about the subjects discussed by this panel, i commend to you, a very smart exploration of trans-humanism and what it means to be human. there is a display copy outside and it's available for sale at amazon near you. i want to take a moment before starting to say a few words about peter lawler. peter was a teacher, a writer who did not shy away fromestion. difficult questions. in fact, they can see what tocqueville, he relished it. he helped us understand how, for example, we americans could be troponin, darwinian and even. 10 all at once. he was warm and funny enjoy fuln southern gentleman. like many of you in this room i feel it sharply and am deeply grateful to have known him and worked with him. i am the editor of the new atlantis of t
CSPAN
Aug 10, 2017 1:08pm EDT
, george, brad wilson and the undecidable staff at this wonderful conference. i thank you all for your presence here, especially during this difficult hour before lunch. thank you, chris tollefsen for those bracing comments and charlie rubin for your insights. for those discussed by this panel i commenced to you charlie rubin's book, eclipse admin, trans-humanism and what it means to be human. there is a display copy outside, the prettiest book on the table. and it is available for sale at an amazon near you. i want to take a moment before starting to say just a few words about peter lawler. peter was a teacher and a writer who did not shy away from difficult questions. in fact, like in his hero, he relished paradox. he would help us understand how for example we americans could be kryptonian and darwinian and religious. even not one. he was a warm and funny and joyful and convivial southern gentleman. like many of you in this room, i feel applies sharply and i am deeply grateful. i am the editor of the new atlantis, a quarterly journal whose focus is the ethical, social, cultural
CSPAN
Aug 9, 2017 5:51pm EDT
are the dream come the extension and the work of robbie george, and he is a national treasure and the experience we've had you today -- [applause] >> thank you. >> i just paid you back. [laughing] >> well, i will get the final word then by saying leon, if any of what you just said is true, we have a small number of people, and you at the top of that list, to thank above all for the inspiration. thank you all. [applause] [inaudible conversations] >> more now from the recent conference at princeton university called a worthy life finding meaning in america. the next panel focuses on bioethics and the potential for technology to advance the physical and mental capabilities of human beings. this is about one hour 45 minutes. >> we turn rather abruptly from the prescientific to the scientific come from the human experience of a human to the scientific account of man, its implications and what we imagine to be its implications. in book seven chapter one of the metaphysics aristotle says quote, in fact, the thing that is been sought both anciently and now, and always, and is always perpl
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