Knowing What’s True. Doing What’s Good.
February 3-4, 2020
Westlake Village, CA
You are invited to join with us for “Knowing What’s True; Doing What’s Good,” an academic symposium offered as part of the Moral Knowledge Initiative. With sessions focused on major aspects of our culture—business, diversity, education, philosophy, science and sports—our six distinguished speakers will address the disappearance of moral knowledge in our society and identify actionable steps for its recovery. The primary focus is on instilling character and virtue in young people. Day 1 focuses on knowing what’s true, Day 2 on doing what’s good.
A diverse panel of 20 interdisciplinary specialists will gather from 9:00-4:30 each day to present and discuss innovative ideas for the restoration and promotion of goodness, truth, and human flourishing in their respective fields. We invite you to come as part of our audience. Listen, learn, and share your own comments and questions with us in the closing Q&A each day. See speakers and topics.
The meetings are being hosted by Oaks Christian School in Westlake Village.
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The audience registration fee of $50 covers basic costs including lunch for both days.
To receive information about free live-streaming of the sessions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.