The nearly 40 events in 'Philosophy Now' magazine's second festival are designed to entertain as much as to educate. Find out why zombie movies are popular, follow themed talks on the Seven Deadly Sins, debate the proliferation of CCTV in London, and discuss the pros and cons of getting up in the morning.
There are also games and fancy dress, as well as sessions for Aristotles aged 4 and over on subjects such as 'Aliens and Underpants' and 'Tricks of the Mind'. The magazine will present its annual Award for Contributions in the Fight Against Stupidity to doctor, philosopher and public intellectual Professor Raymond Tallis, who will lecture on the subject 'Has physics killed philosophy?'.
The full programme is available to download at http://philosophynow.org/festival.
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