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Health and Society

Identity Politics and the “American Awakening” with Joshua Mitchell

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Joshua Mitchell to discuss his new book, “American Awakening: Identity Politics and Other Afflictions of our Time,” where he...

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Global Affairs

After Brexit: The Future of Ireland’s Relationship with the US and UK

In this Keough School virtual event, a panel of experts shared insights on how Brexit may impact Ireland’s relationship with the US & the UK. Panelists included: – Anand...

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Law and Politics

Pete Buttigieg Town Hall on Trust

In the wake of the 2020 presidential election, Pete Buttigieg, Faculty Fellow at the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study, discusses the importance of trust in 2020 and beyond...

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Law and Politics

American Politics and the Pro-Life Movement with Charlie Comosy

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Charlie Camosy to discuss the future of American politics and the role that pro-life politics should take moving forward. Dr....

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Global Affairs

Kellogg Partners with Alumni, NYU to Host Virtual Panel on US-Asia Relations

In a turbulent election year, it’s a topic that has received far less attention than the coronavirus, race relations, or the makeup of the Supreme Court: How will the winner of...

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Law and Politics

Tona Boyd on the Justice in Policing Act

Featuring Erin Corcoran, Kroc Institute Executive Director, and Tona Boyd, a 2003 Notre Dame graduate and peace studies alum who is now working as chief counsel to Senator Cory...

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Health and Society

How Americans Understand Abortion with Dr. Tricia Bruce, Part 1

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Dr. Tricia Bruce to discuss her report, “How Americans Understand Abortion” and to offer some observations and insights on...

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Law and Politics

On Reporting and Politics

For this, our season 3 finale, we’re turning the virtual interview chair around on Notre Dame alum Robert Costa, national political reporter for The Washington Post and the...

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Religion and Philosophy

Lecture 4: Forming Beliefs In a Social World

In this lecture, Paul looks at how we should think about the fact that many more people disagree with us than we could ever engage in argument. Should such diversity of opinion...

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Religion and Philosophy

Applying the Concepts: How to Avoid an Echo Chamber

In this video, Paul draws on recent work by philosopher Thi Nguyen to explain how seeking out views from those we disagree with can help ensure that we do not get stuck in a...

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Religion and Philosophy

Activity: The Disagreement Test

When we find out that our beliefs are subject to strong disagreement, our initial reaction might be to lose confidence in those beliefs or it might be to dig in and defend them....

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Religion and Philosophy

Lecture 3: When Can You Believe “Beyond the Evidence”

Sometimes, it seems like we have to commit one way or another in our beliefs, even if we do not have perfect certainty. In this lecture, Paul asks about what makes such “leaps...

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