Freedom of religion is taken to be a foundational kind of freedom. What role, if any, should the state play when it comes to religion? And how, if at all, should religion be incorporated in schools? Gwen Ngwenya and Mark Oppenheimer consider these questions by carefully examining the relationship between freedom and religion. Brought to you by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom.

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What does justice require in terms of wrongs committed in the past or in terms of inequality of opportunity? If justice demands compensatory or corrective measures, is there any tension at all between affirmative action and freedom? Gwen Ngwenya and Mark Oppenheimer explore different affirmative action models and how these stack up against each other, delving into the often glossed-over but very important nuances of the topic. Brought to you by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom

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Should there be any limits on free speech? If there should be restrictions, how do we determine where these ought to be placed? In this episode, Gwen Ngwenya and Mark Oppenheimer offer nuanced discussion around these questions. They also examine why we should value free speech in the first place. Brought to you by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom.

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