Is secularism or some faith-based worldview a superior public philosophy? Which provides a more robust foundation for respect of human rights and liberties, and other widespread public values and ideals? Would it be fairer or more neutral to have a secular public square—one free of appeals to religiously informed principles and arguments? Is this even possible?
Journalist and author Christopher Hitchens and philosopher John Haldane will discuss these and related issues in the third Veritas Forum at Oxford University.