The 2017 Telos Conference
The 2017 Telos Conference was held on January 14–15, 2017, in New York, NY. Further details about the conference, including the conference program, are available here.
Keynote Presentation by Steven Metz:
Future Conflict and the Conceptual Prison of Asymmetry
Moderated by Joseph W. Bendersky
Keynote Presentation by Kenneth Anderson:
Situating Asymmetrical Warfare among Forms of Emerging Conflict in the Post–New World Order World
Moderated by David Pan
The 2016 Telos Conference
The 2016 Telos Conference was held on January 16–17, 2016, in New York, NY. Further details about the conference, including the conference program, are available here.
David Pan on Upcoming Telos-Paul Piccone Institute conferences
At the 2016 Telos Conference in New York, David Pan discussed the Institute's plans for upcoming conferences.
Ethical Solidarity in Political Difference
Moderated by David Pan, the plenary session included Adrian Pabst, Russell A. Berman, Wayne Hudson, and Joseph Bendersky.
What is the Global Dimension of Ethical Life
Moderated by Russell A. Berman, the roundtable included Wayne Hudson, Adrian Pabst, Jay Gupta, David Pan, and Marcia Pally.
Keynote Presentation by Samuel Tadros:
Islamism and the Crisis of Modernity
Moderated by Russell A. Berman
The Ethical State: Is Liberal Democracy the Only Game in Town?
Moderated by Adrian Pabst, the roundtable included Samuel Tadros, Russell Berman, Aryeh Botwinick, Greg Melleuish, Paul Gottfried, and Joseph Bendersky.
The 2015 Telos Conference
The 2015 Telos Conference was held on February 13–15, 2015, in New York, NY. Further details about the conference, including the conference program, are available here.
Universal History, the West, the East, and the Rest
Moderated by Marcia Pally, the roundtable included Russell A. Berman, Adrian Pabst, Ulrike Kistner, Jay Gupta, Christopher Coker, and Wayne Hudson.
Keynote Presentation by Jonathan Israel
The Enlightenment Reconsidered: A Contemporary Controversy
Keynote Presentation at the 2015 Telos Conference. The presentation was chaired by Wayne Hudson.
The Future of History: A New Universal Vision or Dissolving into Particularities?
Moderated by Adrian Pabst, the roundtable included Wayne Hudson, Joseph Bendersky, Greg Melleuish, Aryeh Botwinick, Jonathan Israel, and Tim Luke.