About the Organisation
Students for Liberty is the largest pro-liberty movement of students in the world with a presence in more than 100 countries and every inhabited continent.
About the Colloquia
South Asia Students For Liberty is pleased to announce an Online Colloquium on ‘Class Struggles and Individual Liberty: A Market for Socialism?’ on 29th August 2020.
Class Struggle and Individual Liberty is a Socratic seminar on a reader exploring the compatibility of socialist values with free market means. State-socialism throughout history has failed miserably and alienated people to the value of equality and scepticism of corporate exploitation. Is it possible to achieve these without using the means of collective violent revolution?
About SFL Colloquia
How often have you watched a debate and felt, ‘both sides have some valid points if only they stopped trying to prove each other wrong and tried to listen’. The nature of a debate is competitive and oppositional with both sides trying to prove each other wrong.
An SFL Colloquium is a collaborative, cooperative dialogue in which multiple sides work toward a shared understanding.
Dialogue assumes that many people have pieces of answers and that cooperation can lead to a greater understanding. It creates an open-minded attitude; an openness to being wrong and an openness to change while respecting other participants.
Details of the event
- Time: 11 AM to 4 PM
- Venue: Zoom
- Registration is free and compulsory. They will select participants based on their application.
- Digital Certificate will be provided for the attendees.
- Application is open till 22nd August 2020.
Click here to apply for the Online Colloquium on Class Struggle and Individual Liberty: A Market for Socialism
Aradhana Pillai: apillai[at]studentsforliberty.org
Ritik Kumar: rikumar[at]studentsforliberty.org
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