Richard Baer on Religion, Education, and the Public Square
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Collected here are lectures from the Natural Resources 407 Seminar: "Religion, Ethics and the Environment".
The syllabus for this course, along with short descriptions with links to each lecture, are available at https://confluence.cornell.edu/x/ayo.
These recordings represent three entire semesters and parts of other semesters of NR 407. The content of the lectures is similar, but not identical, from semester to semester, and the student-participation discussions are, of course, different each semester.
The lectures are divided into 3 collections representing each of the semesters.
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Copyright (c) 2004 by Dr. Richard Baer, Dr. James Tantillo, Ms. Mical Smart, and Dr. Brian Richards. You may copy and use this document for non-commercial, personal use only if you agree to retain all copyright notices and other identifiers of the source of this work. You may not modify any of the text for any public or commercial purposes without written permission from Dr. Richard Baer, Dr. James Tantillo, Ms. Mical Smart, Dr. Brian Richards.
Animal rights, classical Liberalism, wilderness preservation, intergenerational justice, Derek Parfit, Peter Singer, Tom Regan, equality, speciesism, the image of God, religion in the public sphere, Robert Audi, Kramnick and Moore