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chomsky in the UK

Chomsky is in the UK in May

The 2004 Royal Institute of Philosophy Annual Lecture will be given by Professor Noam Chomsky and is called, ‘Simple Truths, Hard Choices: Some Thoughts on Terror, Justice and Self-defense’. Professor Ted Honderich will preside.

The lecture will take place on 19 May at 5.30 pm in Logan Hall, The Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1. The lecture is free and open to the public. There are no tickets, and no reservations can be made. We suggest you arrive early to be sure of a seat.

And, guess what, he also has a blog now!

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Wednesday, May 19
5:30 pm Annual lecture for the Royal Institute of Philosophy (OPEN TO
PUBL?) Title: “Simple truths, hard choices: Some thoughts on
Terror, Justice, and Self-defense” Location: University of London
Hall; Honderich

Thursday, May 20

Oxford
5:00 pm – Olof Palme Memorial Lecture; Title, “Doctrines and Visions:
7:00 pm Who is to Run the World, and How? One-hr. lecture followed by One-hour discussion. Location: Sheldonian Theatre

Friday, May 21
Oxford
1:00 pm – Talk for Jewish Society Richard Gold. Subj: Israel/Middle

~3:00 pm East
5:00 pm – Talk for the Jowett Philosophical Society 45-60 minute

Manchester
1:00 pm Time tbc Talk about Hegemony or Survival for Adrian Jarvis
Location: The Palace Theatre in central Manchester, quite close to
the two universities. Capacity is 2000

Liverpool
~early eve Talk for Festival; Cotterill

Yep, i think that’s all of them. I got this from his publisher’s press office.

I suspect he’s all packed up and jetting off to somewhere else now. Maybe check his blog (linked above)

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