America’s Global Future: A Conversation With Alexander Ward

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POLITICO National Security Reporter and Pulitzer Prize finalist Alexander Ward joins veteran writer and technologist Sean Patrick Hughes for a conversation on America's global future based on rigorous reporting and sources from within Biden's White House as they worked to reposition America's international reputation. In the wake of the Trump administration's turn away from America's…

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Choose Your Own Reality with Renee diResta and Jonathan Askonas

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In this SuperSalon, Renée diResta and Jonathan Askonas—both experts in (mis)information in our digital age—will join researcher Nastasia Griffioen to discuss questions like as "What does 'reality' mean nowadays?" and "Can everyone choose their own?" Following years of discussion of disinformation, advances in AI technology can make splits in perceived reality wider—with it growing faster and…

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The Guarantee – Author Talk with Natalie Foster | New Labor Book Series #17

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Join Siena Chiang and movement leader Natalie Foster to discuss her new book, The Guarantee, which asks us to imagine an America where housing, health care, a college education, dignified work, family care, an inheritance, and an income floor are not only attainable by all but guaranteed, by our government, for everyone. As it stands,…

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The Soulcraft of Political Depolarization: Learning from the greats of philosophy and literature

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NEW: The Philosophy of Depolarization series! Join Braver Angels' Director of Debates Jessie Mannisto, BA's Publius Fellow for Public Discourse Luke Nathan Phillips, and Interintellect founder Anna Gát in this inaugural event in the partnership between Interintellect and Braver Angels to explore how political depolarization could succeed and what we can learn from philosophy, literature,…

The Philosophy of Political Beliefs – With Oliver Traldi

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Anyone who’s had an argument about politics with a friend may walk away wondering how this friend could possibly hold the beliefs they do. A few self-reflective people might even wonder about their own political beliefs after such an argument. Join Oliver Traldi in conversation with Bronwyn Williams for a discussion of Oliver's new book,…

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Western Canon Book Club: Shakespeare’s inadequate kings: Prospero, Hamlet, Richard III.

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Writer Henry Oliver joins the Western Canon Book Club series for a salon about three unusual Shakespearean kings. What do Hamlet, Prospero, and Richard III have in common? They are all inadequate rulers. Prospero abandoned his dukedom for his library, Richard III is a criminal tyrant, and Hamlet is impolitic. Taken from three different stages…

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