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

From: Jon R.
Sent on: Monday, November 12, 2012 10:39 AM
It was announced in advance that I would be recording it and putting it online, which is convenient for members to view who were not able to attend, or who might want to review it. I have done this for other lectures of mine, such as the one I gave, "Introduction to Ethics" a while back.

While I do have positions on what were the original meanings of constitutional clauses, that mainly came up in Q&A. I tried to keep the main lecture neutral.

For future lectures I request that attendees hold their questions for the Q&A segment where opinions are likely to be freewheeling, so they can be kept separate.

On 11/12/[masked]:29 AM, Annine 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

-- Jon

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