The Roosevelt Center for the Study of Civil Society and Freemasonry
Article 2 of the Articles of Incorporation filed with the State of California.
This corporation is a nonprofit public benefit corporation and is not organized for the private gain of any person. It is organized under the Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law for charitable purposes. The specific purposes of this charitable organization are to support and promote scholarly research and inquiry, education and communication in general around the study of civil society and Freemasonry. It approaches Freemasonry as an association representative historically of civil society as it developed from the eighteenth century onwards. The approach at the Center is multi-dimensional. It concerns the meaning that Freemasonry could assume in private and public life, as well as it examines Masonic thought in a variety of historical and contemporary settings. Work at the Center is intended to address an array of questions in the arts, humanities and social sciences relevant to civil society, including in the areas of cultural studies, the study of symbolism, ritual and theater, comparative religion, moral and political philosophy, geography, and the 300 year history, and prehistory, of modern speculative Freemasonry.
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