Launched in October 2007, The Immanent Frame serves as a forum for ongoing exchanges among leading thinkers across the social sciences and humanities, featuring original essays by invitation as well as dialogue series, book discussions, and more. With an ever-expanding circle of over eight hundred contributors, The Immanent Frame is recognized as a source of vibrant political and intellectual criticism and has played host to timely debates about American politics, international affairs, law, religious freedom, cognitive science, sexuality and marriage, and numerous other topics.

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