A Review of "The Constitution of Knowledge: A Defense of Truth," by Jonathan Rauch
Jonathan Rauch on the Constitution of KnowledgeListen now (43 min) | Rob Tracinski talks to Jonathan Rauch of the Brookings Institution about his new book The Constitution of Knowledge and the princ…
Robert Tracinski
Check out the first Symposium podcast where we get a group of our contributors together to talk out a big important issue—the first of many in this for…
Robert Tracinski
What Is the "Culture of Free Speech"?Listen now (64 min) | This is the first Symposium podcast where we get a group of our contributors together to talk out a big important issue—the first…
Robert Tracinski
In addition to our own contributions to the intellectual defense of liberalism here in Symposium, I will occasionally round up interesting commentary o…
Robert Tracinski
Conflicting ideas about freedom are a mainstay of politics today. To name just a few: In certain sectors of the right, COVID restrictions and mask mand…
Robert Garmong
Should We Be "Getting to Denmark"?Listen now (52 min) | Rob Tracinski talks to Samuel Hammond of the Niskanen Center about his case for a "free-market welfare state" and whether that is…
Robert Tracinski
This is a contribution to Symposium No. 1, our invitation to explore and explain the basic principles of a liberal outlook. “The perennial gale of crea…
Samuel Hammond
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