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Remembering Alfonso Lozano González

The Robert S. Hartman Institute remembers Professor Alfonso Lozano González, the first disciple of Hartman. He dedicated himself to spreading Formal Axiology in Mexico in all possible ways.  Professor Lozano was the main promoter of Formal Axiology in Mexico. He participated in the Board of Directors of the RSHI;  in the RSHI annual meetings of 1981, 1982, and 1985 he presented various works related to Education. One of his works was published in the book "Forms of Value and Valuation" edited by Rem Edwards and John Davis. He died on October 29, 2021, in Mexico City.

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Why We Published Wit & Wisdom

Clifford G. Hurst, PhD (Hartman Institute VP of Research) shares why and how we published Wit & Wisdom the most accessible, easy to read, and enjoyable collection of Robert Hartman's thought to date.

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Reflections about the Situation We Are In

Clifford G. Hurst (VP of Research at the Robert S. Hartman Institute) reflects on the current global situation with COVID-19 declared a pandemic and brings Robert S. Hartman's words to life from unpublished manuscript "A Revolution Against War."

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February Newsletter: Letter from the President

K.T. Connor, PhD, RSHI President, provides a letter sharing the spirit of Hartman’s insight into the evil of dividing—and the goodness of collaborating—to encourage us all to continue the work of bringing people together.

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January Newsletter: Letter from the President

K.T. Connor, PhD, RSHI President, provides a letter sharing updates from the Institute's work on an all-new website, recaps the 2019 Annual Conference, and shares thanks to all our members.

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