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Speak Freely: Why Universities Must Defend Free Speech

Speak Freely: Why Universities Must Defend Free Speech Speaker: Keith E. Whittington, William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics, Princeton University Princeton University April 9, 2018

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How Shall We Think about American Patriotism?

How Shall We Think about American Patriotism?

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The Dependency Agenda

George F. Will *68, Syndicated Columnist

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Higher Education and the Intellectual Culture: Is Reform Possible?

George F. Will *68, Columnist, Washington Post; Author; and Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence; Director, James Madison Program, Princeton University | Cosponsored by the James…

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Quantum Mechanics and the Paradoxes of Enlightenment

Lecture 4 | Free Will Lecture Series | Frightening people off. The story so far; restating the theorem. Sending your friend and his particle to Mars. The meaning of “free.”…

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Proof of the Free Will Theorem

Lecture 5 | Free Will Lecture Series | Old news to physicists. Descartes and Leibniz disproved. The Janus universe. Left/right symmetry. Satisfying Curie. Hidden variable theories. Random vs.…

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Free Will and Determinism in Science and Philosophy

Lecture 1 | Free Will Lecture Series | Meet John Conway; hear about Simon Kochen and how the theorem came about. Thoughts on senility. Free will and determinism in science and philosophy over the…

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The Paradoxes of Relativity

Lecture 3 | Free Will Lecture Series | Review of SPIN and TWIN, which can be operationally demonstrated, and FIN, which can’t. Why the speed of light is independent of the observer. The way…

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The Theorem's Implications for Science and Philosophy

Lecture 6 | Free Will Lecture Series | Consistency proofs and truth. Godel and truth. Determinism in philosophy and science departments. Scientific experiments and free will. Surprise and…

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The Paradox of Kochen and Specker

Lecture 2 | Free Will Lecture Series | Measuring a particle’s spin: It tells you. The SPIN axiom, 101 property, and M.C. Escher. Demonstrating the paradox, clarifying Heisenberg’s…

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Hooding Ceremony 2012

Advanced-degree candidates heard from columnist George Will, who earned his Ph.D. from Princeton in 1968 and was the first guest speaker in the history of the Hooding ceremony.

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