London Lectures restart 18 January
The Royal Institute of Philosophy’s London Lecture Series, “A Centenary Celebration: Anscombe, Foot, Midgley, and Murdoch”, starts again this week.
The first lecture of the year will be given by Justin Broackes this Friday, 18 January at 5.45 at 14 Gordon Square. His lecture is called, “Iris Murdoch and Simone Weil”. There is a full programme with abstracts here.
Time Change: A reading group which accompanies the series now meets just before each talk on Fridays, from 4.15 – 5.15 in the main lecture room. There are more details and a reading list here. All are welcome.
Videos of most lectures in this series appear on our YouTube Page, which you can find here. You can also watch lectures in previous series, as well as annual debates and annual lectures.
All meetings of the reading group and the lecture series are free and open to everyone. No reservations can be taken, so you are advised to arrive early for the lectures to be sure of a seat, as we have to close the doors when the hall fills up.