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The Class of Civil Discourse

The Class of Civil Discourse is a collaboration of students, community members, and faculty that have a love for knowledge and wish to articulate it. Fifteen gather weekly to read philosophers such as St. Thomas Aquinas, Socrates, Mill, and Locke and translate philosophic writings to current events and life issues. The class listens and engages in civil discourse between all sides of the spectrum. The crowd ranges in age, race, politics and religion; the variety of values and backgrounds create ideals each person holds true to the heart. Above are examples of articles written by a select panel of students that wish to share what they believe.

Updated October 9, 2008