Oxford Philosophy Festival, 16th–19th November 2017

Oxford University Press and Blackwell's are delighted to team up once again to host the Oxford Philosophy Festival to celebrate the quest for knowledge and ideas. This year, our theme centres around
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Oxford University Press and Blackwell’s are delighted to team up once again to host the Oxford Philosophy Festival to celebrate the quest for knowledge and ideas. This year, our theme centres around applying philosophy in politics. Come and join us as we discuss religious liberty and discrimination with John Corvino, the benefits of a marriage-free state with Clare Chambers, the true nature of the oil industry with Leif Wenar, and much more. If you’re not able to attend in person, please enjoy our online resources on these important issues, along with our content on World Philosophy Day. More information, along with registration links to these free events, are below. Clare Chambers’ Against Marriage book launch Thursday 16th November 2017, 19:00 – 20:00 GMT At our first event of the festival, Clare Chambers will be launching her new publication Against Marriage: An Egalitarian Defense of the Marriage-Free State. In Against Marriage Clare Chambers argues that. . .

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