LeFrak Forum :: Symposium on Science, Reason and Modern Democracy

THE PURPOSE OF THE SYMPOSIUM

Founded in 1989 in the Department of Political Science at Michigan State University, the Symposium on Science, Reason, and Modern Democracy and the LeFrak Forum are centers for research and debate on the theory and practice of modern democracy.

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SYMPOSIUM ON SCIENCE, REASON, AND MODERN DEMOCRACY AWARDED NEH GRANT

MSU earns NEH award to fund Symposium, Reason, and Modern Democracy by Tom Oswald (from MSU Today)

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Announcements

  Mark Menaldo, Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Affairs and Social Research at Texas A&M International University, was interviewed by Michael A. Genovese for the International...

  Werner Dannhauser, who taught political philosophy with great distinction as an adjunct in our department for a number of years, died on April 26 in Frederick, PA.   He was 85. Born in...

  The LeFrak Forum and the Symposium on Science, Reason, and Modern Democracy present a lecture titled "Philosophy and Secrecy: The Forgotten Practice of Esoteric Writing" by Professor Arthur...