Re: [philosophy-31] Constitutional Philosophy: Jon Roland, Lecture 1, 2012/11/10

From: Peter
Sent on: Monday, November 12, 2012 10:20 AM
Mr. Roland explicitly announced at the onset of the lecture that it would be posted on the WWW and youtube, with no objections raised. The idea that he is using the APDG for political purposes is unsubstantiated. I appreciate him having made the lecture available to those members that did not attend and, for one, found it very informative.

Peter  

On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 9:29 AM, Annine <[address removed]> wrote:

I feel very strongly that it is inappropriate to use our group for political purposes.   At the  very least Mr. Roland's intentions to recored and place his presentation on the internet should have been announced. I am respecfully requesting that  the video be removed from the internet.  Annine

On Nov 11, 2012 3:49 PM, "Jon Roland" <[address removed]> wrote:
Constitutional Philosophy: Jon Roland, Lecture 1, 2012/11/10

http://youtu.be/43mKmNZCT3E

Jon Roland discusses political philosophy with a focus on discovery of the principles of constitutional design as the key problem in that field. Lecture 1. 2012/11/10. Austin Philosophy Discussion Group

Constitutional Philosophy: Jon Roland, Q&A 1, 2012/11/10

http://youtu.be/bFumfosBDxg

Q&A for preceding Lecture 1

Powerpoint for lecture is attached.

-- Jon

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