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Senate House

Malet Street

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A series of mini-talks by Shahrar Ali, Jane O’Grady and Mark Fielding from the London School of Philosophy.

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This event will showcase influential ideas and philosophical theories from the Enlightenment period - from metaphysics to political theory and ethics. No prior philosophical background required. Plenty of opportunity will be given for questions and discussion.

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