APA Lecture by Kenneth Taylor

The American Philosophical Association (APA), along with the University of Houston’s Philosophy Department, is pleased to announce the third annual APA Lecture, “Religion and Gay Marriage: Why
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The American Philosophical Association (APA), along with the University of Houston’s Philosophy Department, is pleased to announce the third annual APA Lecture, “Religion and Gay Marriage: Why Democracy is Good for Religion, even if Religion is Uncomfortable with Democracy,” to be presented by Kenneth Taylor (Stanford University). The APA Lecture will be held on the University of Houston campus on Friday, November 18, 2016, at 2:30 p.m. with a reception to follow. The lecture is free and open to the public. The American Philosophical Association is the leading philosophical learned society in North America, having been founded in 1900 and representing nearly 10,000 members. This November, the APA board of officers will hold its annual in-person meeting in Houston, TX, bringing more than 25 prominent philosophers to campus. In coordination with that meeting, Professor Taylor, president of the APA Pacific Division, will present the APA Lecture to benefit the University of Houston. . .

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