Santos-Lang to discuss evaluative diversity with Madison Interfaith Dialogue group

Christopher Santos-Lang, the author of Moral Ecology Approaches, has been invited to discuss evaluative diversity with the Madison Interfaith Dialogue group at their next monthly meeting, 10:00am-noon on Wednesday, 2/12/2014, at the guest house of Holy Wisdom Monastery, 4200 County Road M, Middleton, WI.  He will request help editing the Famous arguments section of the evaluative diversity Wikipedia article  listing arguments from diverse faith/philosophical traditions.

The civil rights, women’s liberation, and gay rights movements were all accompanied by debates within faith/philosophical traditions.  The Wikipedia article offers an opportunity to accelerate this aspect of the GRIN movement by quickly bringing relevant arguments into such debates.  Contact us if you would like to host such a discussion within your tradition.