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Philosophy festivals

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Baron Sep 9, 2013. 1 Reply

One way in which we can get philosophy out into the public sphere is to hold festivals that offer several events, spread over one or more days. Such events are a lot of work, but they can get big…Continue


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I am involved in running Philosophy for All in London ( ) and put on lectures and debates for them, as well as lecturing in adult education and to other philosophy groups for the public.

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