Please join us for the Gifford Lectures 2008, presented by Professor Alexander Nehamas of Princeton University.
Professor Nehamas will present a series of six lectures entitled “Because it was he, because it was I: Friendship and its place in life.”
Alexander Nehamas is Edmund N Carpenter II Class of 1943 Professor in Humanities, Professor of Philosophy, and Professor of Comparative Literature at Princeton University.
These events are FREE but ticketed. Places are limited so booking is essential. Please print and bring your confirmation email with you to the event. This is your e-ticket.
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For over a hundred years the Gifford Lectures have enabled a notable field of scholars to contribute to the advancement of philosophical and theological thought.
Full details of the Gifford Lectures are available on the the College of Humanities and Social Science website.
The Gifford Lectures were established under the will of Adam Lord Gifford, a Senator of the College of Justice, who died in 1887.
Past Gifford Lecture speakers at the University include Albert Schweitzer, Niels Bohr, Arnold Toynbee, Sir John Eccles, Iris Murdoch, Charles Taylor, Michael Ignatieff and Noam Chomsky.
All lectures will be held in the Playfair Library Hall, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh Edinburgh EH8 9YL.
Monday 10 March 2008, 5.30pm
Monday 10 March 2008, 6.30pm
Tuesday 11 March 2008, 5.30pm
Tuesday 11 March 2008, 6.30pm
Thursday 13 March 2008, 5.30pm
Thursday 13 March 2008, 6.30pm
Monday 17 March 2008, 5.30pm
Monday 17 March 2008, 6.30pm
Tuesday 18 March 2008, 5.30pm
Tuesday 18 March 2008, 6.30pm
Thursday 20 March 2008, 5.30pm
Thursday 20 March 2008, 6.30pm
For more information on this event, including any accessibility enquiries, please contact Patricia McClory.