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The full autumn events programme is now online with highlights including talks by equality champion Laura Bates; Director of Liberty Martha Spurrier; Innocent founder Richard Reed; and neuroscientist Susan Greenfield. Browse the events online or download the events leaflet (pdf).

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How Philosophy Drives Discovery: A scientist's view of Popper
Sir Karl Popper Memorial Lecture

Speaker: Sir Paul Nurse
Date: Wednesday 28 September, 6.30-8pm

 
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The World's First Intensive Growth: geopolitics, the market and state in 10-12th century China
Department of Economic History Inaugural Lecture

Speaker: Professor Kent Deng
Date: Monday 3 October, 6.30-8pm

 
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Museums in a Global Age
LSE Arts and ArtReview public discussion

Speakers: Richard Armstrong, Adrian Ellis, Tiffany Jenkins
Date: Tuesday 4 October, 6.30-8pm

Tickets available from Tuesday 27 September

 
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The Worst Form of Government?
Forum for European Philosophy public discussion

Speakers: Beatrix Campbell, Professor Peter Hallward, Dr Edward Kanterian
Date: Wednesday 5 October, 6.30-8pm

 
 

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