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Thursday, April 24, 2003

NVUSA Update--New sections added on Anti-Fundamentalism and Anti-Racism. Old section taken down On Conspiracy.
nvusa 7:10 PM - [Link]
Philosophers Peace Project
To commemorate the importance of April as the month that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his famous peace talk,
A Time to Break Silence
, at New York's Riverside Church, we invite you to join us in hosting local discussions on the philosophy of peace.
Kant's Birthday & Perpetual Peace
Join us April 20-27 as we celebrate Kant's birthday by hosting local discussions of his classic treatise on Perpetual Peace.
Here is a link to the 1795 text, courtesy of Prof. Vincent Ferraro at Mt. Holyoke College:

Here are a few commentaries on the Kant text that might help prepare for discussion:
Wilson Institute: Democracies in Conflict Prevention

Ian Johnston's Lecture at Malaspina Univ.

Please send an email to with a notice of your local plans, to be listed below.
Dorothy Rogers
Everet Green
Greg Moses

nvusa 6:51 PM - [Link]
Tuesday, April 15, 2003

Help Marist College Celebrate the Birthday of
Immanuel Kant!

In a Discussion of his classic treatise:

Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch

Thursday, April 24, 5-6pm
Fontaine Hall, Hudson Rm.

(Text easily available on the Internet)

PHIL 392L-111 Nonviolence USA
Prof. Greg Moses x2217

nvusa 7:39 PM - [Link]
Wednesday, April 09, 2003
From Trudy Govier

Greg, A panel discussion is planned for April 23 from 12-2pm in room 278
of Scurfield Hall at the University of Calgary. Mark Migotti and I have
been organizing this. We will have 3 or 4 panelists, participation not
quite yet fixed. I'd be delighted to hear about other 'read-ins'. Best,
nvusa 3:47 PM - [Link]