Monday, 30 November 2009

Visiting speaker session 2

Good to see (and hear) so many of you at last week's guest speaker session. Below are details for next week's session which again promises to be an interesting and lively affair.
(NB this is a similar lecture to last year's which some of you may have attended)

I look forward to seeing you there!
Ruth Griffin

Is there anything that could not count as a moral issue?
Wednesday 9th December from 2-4pm
George Eliot 089 (GEE 089; LT3 Clifton Campus)
Trevor Curnow, University of Cumbria

In this lecture, Trevor will consider why he became interested in ancient philosophy, his experiences of moral philosophy before he did, and why he thinks ancient philosophy is in many ways superior to modern philosophy in its approach to life.

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