The Moral-Practical Case for (Generally) Open Immigration, by Dr. Andrew Bernstein
November 22, 2017
Based on his latest novel, Dr. Bernstein will talk about the inalienable right of an honest man to live in the nation of his choice, and the responsibility of a free country’s government to uphold that right.
Andrew Bernsteinholds a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the Graduate School of the City University of New York and he has taught Philosophy at many prestigious universities. Dr. Bernstein was selected as “Teacher of the Year” at both SUNY Purchase and Marymount College. In 2016-17, he was a Visiting Professor at AUBG, where he taught Business Ethics.
Author to many books, Dr. Bernstein lectures regularly on college campuses, including at Harvard University, Stanford University, the University of Chicago, Yale University, and numerous others. His areas of expertise include Objectivism, Ayn Rand’s novels, the nature of heroism, the history of capitalism and its moral superiority to other systems, and application of the principle of individual rights to a broad array of topical issues, including health care, abortion, gun ownership, immigration, and the war on drugs.