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Architecture and Happiness


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Speaker(s): Ben Rogers, Professor Roger Scruton
Chair: Dr Simon Glendinning

Recorded on 6 October 2011 in Old Theatre, Old Building.

Architecture is the most public of art-forms and has borne political, religious and moral meanings throughout history. Can architecture promote human well-being? and if so, how?

Ben Rogers is director of the Centre for London think tank.

Roger Scruton is a writer and philosopher, who holds visiting positions at St Andrews University, the University of Oxford and the American Enterprise Institute in Washington.

With an introduction from William Arthurs.

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