This paper offers a fundamental account of marriage as a basic human good and institution, with some reflections on the moral and social implications of the good’s exigencie. Click here for article.
In 2007, the Ethics and Public Policy Institute co-sponsored an event with the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute entitled “Modest Proposals”, featuring speakers Wendy Shalit and Dawn Eden. Click here for article.
From Dorm Room to Classroom: Effectively Responding to Critiques from Friends, Peers, and Professors
Cassandra L. Hough, Love and Fidelity Network Sherif Girgis, Ph.D. candidate at Princeton; J.D. candidate at Yale Law School On most campuses, traditional moral views on sex and marriage are met with indifference or hostility, and their proponents are deemed … Continue reading
Miriam Grossman, M.D., Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute The sex education provided by most campus health centers encourages “safe sex” and using “protection”. Yet students following these means of sexual conduct continue to find themselves un-protected when it comes to … Continue reading
Hooking In, Not Hooking Up: Friendship and Intimacy as the Foundation for Fidelity and Strong Marriages
Dr. Linda Malone-Colon, speaks about the harmful effects of the hook up culture, specifically upon friendship. Continue reading