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The Strength to Love: MLK's Philosophical Contributions

The Strength to Love: MLK's Philosophical Contributions

Update: 2021-01-18
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In this inaugural episode of season two, Dr. Hettie V. Williams is in conversation with Dr. Manuel Chavez, Lecturer in the Department of World Languages and Culture at Monmouth University, about his course Love, Life and Liberty and the philosophical contributions of Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. Chavez is also the Director of the Philosophy Program at Monmouth. He uses King's important essay "Love Your Enemies" in his course, at Monmouth, discussed in this episode along with a broader discussion of King's ideas about the logic of love and the relationship between love, power and justice. 




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The Strength to Love: MLK's Philosophical Contributions

The Strength to Love: MLK's Philosophical Contributions

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