• 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 20.5    |    
  • 44.4    |    
    Experiences in Peace Corps in Thailand
  • 01:50.5    |    
    Book about relationship between happiness and the role of government
    • Scholarly understanding of the meaning of happiness
    • Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle
    • New vision of human happiness
  • 03:54    |    
    Relationship between both stories
  • 04:6.5    |    
    Filtering knowledge
    • Aristotle
    • Religion
    • King Lear, William Shakespeare
  • 05:38    |    
    Future influence as professionals
  • 06:54.5    |    
    Academic achievements
  • 07:49    |    
    Responsibility to being wise
  • 08:37    |    
    Final words
  • 09:29.5    |    
    Recognition to Charles Murray as honorary professor of Universidad Francisco Marroquín
  • 09:59    |    
    Final credits

Charles Murray’s Speech during the Academic Distinctions Ceremony

New Media  | 07 de noviembre de 2008  | Vistas: 629

Charles Murray, W. H. Brady Scholar of the American Enterprise Institute, addresses UFM honor graduates at a ceremony the day before graduation. In his remarks, he explains that their perspective on the knowledge they have acquired will change in the future as they gain new experiences in their professional lives. He also emphasizes the responsibility they have to being wise and worthy of the gift of intelligence. At the end of his address, Murray was named an honorary professor of Universidad Francisco Marroquín for his contributions to the social sciences.


Charles Murray is the W. H. Brady Scholar of the American…


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