6 March 2013

Staff House, Hull Campus

Royal Institute of Philosophy Lecture:
Belief, choice and responsibility

Presented by Professor Peter Jones, University of Newcastle.

The lecture takes as its point of departure the current law on indirect religious discrimination and examines how far people’s religious (or similar) beliefs should entitle them to make demands upon others. It pursues the issue whether we should hold people responsible for believing what they do and, if we should, what the practical implications of that are. The Philosophy Unit at the University of Hull is a branch of the Royal Institute of Philosophy. The Royal Institute of Philosophy is a charity dedicated to the advancement of philosophy in all its branches through the organisation and promotion of teaching, discussion and research of all things philosophical.

Sponsored by the Royal Institute of Philosophy.

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Dr Antony Hatzistavrou
T. 01482 465662

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