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Restoring the common good with Rabbi Lord Sacks and Robert P. George


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Sept. 9 2020

Despite immense technological and material progress, we live in an era dominated by anxiety, isolation, and fear. In “Morality: Restoring the Common Good in Divided Times” (Basic Books, 2020), philosopher Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks posits that we need to think beyond appeals to either government or economics to find our way out of this acrimonious age. Instead, studying how previous generations grappled with the nature of “the good life” and the relationships among liberty, morality, and responsibility can offer the best path forward in our own time.

Please join us for a conversation with Rabbi Lord Sacks, Princeton’s Robert P. George, and AEI’s Yuval Levin on this important work.

This event is part of the “E Pluribus Unum: Sources of Our Unity” lecture series, cosponsored by AEI, the University of Dallas, and the Robert P. George Initiative on Faith, Ethics, and Public Policy.

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