An Unparalleled Philosophy Seminar

Ian Plimer is flying all the way from Australia to speak. If you haven’t heard him speak, look for some of his videos on Youtube. Dayna Martin is flying in from the east coast and so is Jan Narveson. Rakesh Wadhwa, who in my view seeded the modern liberty movement in India, is flying in from Dubai. Rick Rule, Doug Casey, Adrian Day, etc. are speaking. There are a total of 13 speakers.

If you haven’t yet registered, do consider it. You don’t want to miss this event. Cost: CAD140 (~US$105). There is also a discounted price for those under 25 years.

This link takes you to the program and at the bottom of it is the registration button. Please register before all seats are gone.

Saturday, 29th July 2017

7:30 to 7:55am: Registration and coffee

7:55 to 8am: Introduction by Jayant Bhandari

8 to 8:30am: “Why Punishments and Rewards Model a Hypocritical Morality to Children, and What to do Instead,” by Dayna Martin

8:30 to 9:30am: “Climate-change Activism: an Attack on Western Civilization,” by Prof. Ian Plimer

9:30 to 10:30am: “A Search for a Moral Theory,” by Jan Narveson

10:30 to 11am: Coffee

11 to 12noon: “My Experiences of Establishing and Losing Significant Businesses in Nepal, Sri Lanka and Kyrgyzstan: Why do these Countries Stay Perennially Poor?” by Rakesh Wadhwa

12 to 12:20am: “Drain the Swamp? You Bet!” by Bob Hoye

12:20 to 12:40pm: “Why I Don’t Recycle: the Economics of Guilt,” by Albert Lu

12:40 to 1pm: “The Drive to Understand How My Mind Works,” by Rajni Bala

1 to 2pm: Lunch

2 to 2:30pm: “How Images Educate or Manipulate You,” Jennifer Shanse

2:30 to 2:50 pm: “Robin Hood:  Libertarian Hero or Socialist Thug?” by Adrian Day

2:50 to 3:50pm: “Migrants, and the Future of the West,” by Doug Casey

3:50 to 4:00pm: Coffee

4:00 to 4:30pm: “America’s Unwinnable and Never-Ending Wars,” by Mickey Fulp

4:30 to 4:50pm: “How Emerging Really are Emerging Markets?” by Jayant Bhandari

4:50 to 5:40pm: “Water, the Coming Collective Catastrophe,” by Rick Rule

5:40 to 6pm: Closing

Venue:
Event Rooms 1300-1500
Segal Graduate School of Business
500 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC, Canada V6C 1W6
(This is an independent event, not affiliated with the School)

Host:
Jayant Bhandari

Price for a limited period:
C$140 for individuals; C$82 for those under 25 year old.

(If you are under 25 years old, please contact us for a link to pay C$82)

Linked here are video recordings of earlier year seminars.

Warm regards,

Jayant Bhandari
www.jayantbhandari.com

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