Intellectual Humility in Theory and Practice

Intellectual humility is a virtue for both individuals and institutional practices. With deep roots in religion and philosophy, intellectual humility is essential for both democratic cooperation and scholarly inquiry. Panelists Paul Franks, Rev. Kobi Little, Andrew Perrin, and Sara Rushing discussed the topic of intellectual humility from a variety of perspectives, exploring its role in historical and philosophical traditions, religious practice, and young people’s civic formation. This event was recorded and has been posted to YouTube.