Why Isn’t Old Philosophy Just History? Festival of Ideas, 13 May

We’re constantly told to look at the wisdom of the old philosophers. But shouldn’t they now be consigned to history? Julian Baggini, author of The Ego Trick: What it Means to be You, among many books, joins Natalie Haynes (The Ancient Guide to Modern Life) and Nigel Warburton, author of A Little History of Philosophy, to debate whether the old still offers something for today.

Why Isn’t Old Philosophy Just History?
13 May 2012
16.00-17.00
Watershed, Bristol

How to book

Price: £7.00 / £6.00, tel: 0117 927 5100, book online: http://www.ideasfestival.co.uk/, or visit in person.

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