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The Robert Kogod Lecture is a highlight of the International Philosophy Conference.

A distinguished speaker from the world of academia, philosophy or public leadership is invited to give this major lecture.

The public is invited to the program, which is the only time the Conference is open to the public. Some of these lectures are available for viewing online.

2016

Dr. Yehuda Kurtzer

American Jewish Engagement with Israel: Problematics and Opportunities

2014

Yossi Klein Halevi

After the Success and Failure of Zionism: The Future of Diaspora-Israeli Relations

2013

Tal Becker

Compromising for Peace: Hard Lessons from the Negotiating Table

2012

Prof. Suzanne Last Stone

Divided Loyalties: The Problem of 'Dual Sovereignty' and Constitutional Faith

2011

A. B. Yehoshua

Jewish Peoplehood and the Origin of Anti-Semitism

2010

Prof. Michael Walzer

The State of Israel - What It Means to be Sovereign

2009

Prof. William Galston

The Role of Religion in the Public Space: Israeli and American Perspectives

2008

Donniel Hartman

How Our Dead Define the Living: The Modern Israeli Narrative

2007

William Galston Shira Wolosky

Language of Politics: The Ethics Of Political Speech

2006

David Ellenson

The Significance of Theology in North American Jewish Life

2005

William Galston
 Yuli Tamir
Menachem Lorberbaum
David Hartman

Religion and Politics: A Troubled Relationship

2004

George Fletcher
Ruth Gavison
David Hartman

Reconciliation

   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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