CPP @ APA Central 2023

Concerned Philosophers for Peace Group Sessions

Co-sponsored by The Gandhi, King, Chavez, Addams Society


Thursday, February 23

7:00pm – 10:00pm

G4J. Concerned Philosophers for Peace

Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Moral Thought on Peace and Nonviolence

Co-sponsored by The Gandhi, King, Chavez, Addams Society


Gregory Bock (The University of Texas at Tyler) and Court Lewis (Pellissippi State Community College)
“Illuminating Bonhoeffer’s Conception of Forgiveness”

William Barnes (New Mexico Highlands University)
“Simone De Beauvoir: The Virtue of Un-Knowing”

Talhah Mustafa (University of Nebraska Lincoln)
“Racial Powers”

Joel Ballivian (UW-Madison)
“Reparations for Historic Racism: What Does Benefitting Have to Do With It?”

Solomon A Laleye (Adekunle Ajasin University)
“Advanced Cyber-Crime, Ritual Killings and Their Mutual Exclusiveness”

John Park (California State University, Sacramento)
“Why Regulations on Empirical Claims in the Media Are Justified”


Friday, February 24

7:00pm – 10:00pm

G5D. Concerned Philosophers for Peace

Visions of Peace and Nonviolence in Popular Culture

Co-sponsored by The Gandhi, King, Chavez, Addams Society


Kate C.S. Schmidt (Metropolitan State University of Denver)
“Batman Never Kills: Envisioning the Moral Costs of Violence in Popular Culture”

Katie Harster (Boston College)
““For Light and Life”: Peace in Thoreau and the Jedi of Star Wars: The High Republic”

Colin J. Lewis (University of Colorado, Colorado Springs)
“Hegemons, Peace-seeking, and The Godfather”

Jennifer Kling (University of Colorado, Colorado Springs)
“Nonviolent Activism in Lord of the Rings”

The meeting will be held February 22-25, 2023 at the Hilton Denver City Central in Denver, CO. 

By mopress

Writer, Editor, Social Democrat

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