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2014 Stanford Anscombe Society Communicating Values – West Coast Conference

Videos

What is Marriage (Highlights)

Ryan T. Anderson, The Heritage Foundation Ryan T. Anderson talks about the definition of marriage and why the state should care about it at the policy level.




The Meaning of the Sexual Powers (Highlights)

Dr. J. Budziszewski, Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin Dr. Budziszewski discusses the holistic purpose and meaning of sex, taking into account both the physical and emotional aspects.




The Art of One-on-One Conversation (Highlights)

Shirif Girgis, Co-Author of What is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense In this video, Shirif Girgis talks about how to use conversation to change people’s hearts and minds (over time).




Where Has Foucault Gone (Highlights)

Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez, California State University at Northridge Dr. Lopez discusses Queer theory and the rights of children in the context of his own personal story.




How Instagram is Changing the Marriage Conversation

Brian L. Brown, Principal and CEO of Narrator In this full-length talk, Brian L. Brown talks about the importance of using narratives in the marriage debate to influence and shape the conversation.




How Instagram Is Changing the Marriage Conversation (Q&A)

Brian L. Brown, Principal and CEO of Narrator Following his talk about social media and how it can help shape the marriage culture, Brian L. Brown opens up the floor for a question and answer session.




Conference Testimonials

Communicating Values: Marriage, Family, and the Media A few conference participants, organizers, and speakers reflect on the conference and the things that inspired or encouraged them throughout the day.




Closing Remarks: The Way Forward

Sherif Girgis, Co-Author of What is Marriage? Man and Women: A Defense Sherif Girgis concludes the conference by summarizing how the ideas discussed during the course of the day are capable of  shaping and influencing culture.




The Art of One-on-One Conversation

Sherif Girgis, Co-Author of What is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense In this full-length lecture, Sherif Girgis discusses what actually persuades people to change their minds when it comes to arguments, debates, and conversations.




Where Has Foucault Gone (Q&A)

Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez, California State University at Northridge The discussion continues after Dr. Lopez’s talk during the question and answer session.




Where Has Foucault Gone? An Archaeology of the Family in the 1950s and 2010s

Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez, California State University at Northridge In this full-length lecture on the archaeology of the family, Dr. Lopez discusses Queer theory and its relationship to the shift of the family form the 1950s to now.




What is Marriage (Q&A)

Ryan T. Anderson, The Heritage Foundation After Ryan T. Anderson’s lecture on the definition of marriage, he engages in discussion with several conference attendees during ‘Question and Answer.’




What is Marriage

Ryan T. Anderson, What is Marriage In his lecture on the definition of marriage, Ryan T. Anderson discusses the issue from a policy perspective and explains why the government should be invested in defining marriage as the relationship between one … Continue reading »




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