Saturday, February 8, 2020 4:00 PM to 5:45 PM
Buchanan Hall (formerly Mason Hall), D180
Led and organized by Daniel Klein (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This seminar serves the Adam Smith program community, and gives a forum for graduate students to develop and present their work. Contact Dr. Klein to receive the paper.
It is OK to attend without having read the paper.
We go to dinner afterward.
Select Saturdays 4:00 - 6:00 pm, Buchanan Hall D180
Funding provided in part by the Institute for Humane Studies.
Saturday Feb. 8: Gregory M. Collins, Yale University: The Limits of the Invisible Hand and Doux Commerce: What Edmund Burke Could Teach Adam Smith and All Classical Liberals About Market Economies
Saturday Feb. 22: Aaron Zubia, James Madison Program, Princeton University: Hume on Faction and the Necessity of Enlightenment
Saturday April 18: Dylan DelliSanti, GMU PhD,: The Dynamism of Liberalism: An Esoteric Interpretation of Adam Smith
Saturday April 25: Michael Seidler, Western Kentucky University: Samuel Pufendorf: Overview of His Political and Jurisprudential Theory