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Activties 2004
Youth, Education and Culture in the New Europe
Wisdom and Knowledge
The Existential Quest
Developing Economies with Human Capital
Basic Business Ethics: State and Subsidiarity
Frank S. Meyer: Speaking of Freedom
My Experience with Communism
Otto von Habsburg
Human Dignity and the Failure of Communism, Stephane Courtois
Human Dignity, Vaclav Havel
Europe of the 20th Century and Guidelines for the 21st
Wladyslaw Bartoszewski
Communism and the Human Person, Mart Laar
Solidarity Movement, Philosophy and Success, Lena Lipowicz
European Identity and the Free Movement of Persons
Dr. Roman Joch
Communism and Europe: Yesterday and Today
Jozsef Szajer
Law and Freedom in the Central EUropean Context
The Rule of Law and Free Society
Fifteen Years after the Velvet Revolution
New Perspectives On Free Society
Formulating a Foreign Policy for the West: a Conservative View
Population Implosion in Europe: Catastrophy or Challenge?
Arts and Sciences Program
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The Existential Quest
August 15-22, 2004
Dr. Matthew Cuddeback

Understanding our world, including ourselves - human beings demands answers to questions about being in general. What has the human mind discovered about the nature and origin of being, and how can reflection on this theme enrich the practical side of life?

For an intensive 6-day investigation of these questions, EICEE invited Dr. Matthew Cuddeback to join the Neuwaldegg Summer Seminar 2004. Dr. Cuddeback teaches philosophy at Providence College, in Providence, Rhode Island.

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