|CCLE Welcomes |
sous rature as
the Summer Fellow, 2002
The Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics is happy to
announce that me:me sous rature (aka Mark Bryan) will be serving as our
me:me recently completed his studies in
Philosophy and Anthropology at the University of British Columbia.
Under the name Mark Bryan, he successfully developed a student-led course entitled Cognitive Liberty: Psychedelic Perspectives. To read
more about his class, please visit: Cognitive
Liberty in the Classroom.
As a Summer Fellow at the Center
for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics, me:me will be organizing
curriculum and developing teaching modules for cognitive liberty
courses. He will also be preparing the way for these courses to be
introduced in universities across the US, and eventually in other
countries as well.
If you are a member of the
academic community and could provide information on how your
university incorporates new courses, please contact me:me.
Additionally, if you are a professor or student who would like to
teach this course in your department or as a student-led elective
(or would like to see it offered at your university, as such),
me:me would like to hear from you. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To read a transcript of me:me's
acceptance remarks, click here.
More information about the Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics Summer Fellows
Program is available here.
About the Center
for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics
The Center for Cognitive Liberty &
Ethics is a nonpartisan, nonprofit, law and policy center working in
the public interest to protect fundamental civil liberties. The
Center seeks to foster cognitive liberty - the basic human right to
unrestrained independent thinking, including the right to control
one's own mental processes and to experience the full spectrum of