What Does “Conservatism” Mean Today?
Find out during this unique conversation featuring an ISI professor and two of our brightest students!
Pay attention long enough, and you’ll notice a recurring theme in conservative conversations:
No one can agree on what we ought to conserve—or on what “conservatism” means.
What does conservatism look like?
What are its principles?
And how do you defend—and advance—those principles?
We’re hosting a discussion to find out.
ISI students are known for being well-read and intelligent thinkers. So we’re doing something unusual in this installment of Conservative Conversations with ISI: We’re inviting two of our brightest students to cohost the conversation.
Featuring Jay Richards, New York Times bestselling author and Assistant Research Professor in the School of Business and Economics at the Catholic University of America, this discussion will explore these important questions.
Join the ISI community on Tuesday, May 26, at 4 p.m. ET for a lively conversation about what conservatism means and how we can advance its principles in today’s world.
Spots are limited, so reserve yours now.