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THINK week events in Oxford

Posted by Stephen Law on February 20, 2011

THINK week events in Oxford this week (including myself vs Peter Atkins on the limits of science on thursday 24th)

==Monday 21st – “Think About Politics”==
19:45 – Corpus Christi auditorium, Corpus Christi College
‘Towards a Secular State’ – Panel debate with Tory, Lib Dem, and Labour parliamentarians

==Tuesday 22nd – “Think About Evidence”==
13:00 – Pusey Room, Keble College
Baroness Mary Warnock – ‘Religion, Morals and Politics’

==Wednesday 23rd – “Think About Heresy”==
20:00 – Copa of Oxford
Paula Kirby at Skeptics in the Pub

==Thursday 24th – “Think About Method”==
13:00 – Pusey Room, Keble College
‘But what do you do?’: The Point of Atheist Societies

20:00 – Friends Meeting House, 43 St. Giles
Peter Atkins and Stephen Law – ‘Can science alone can answer our questions?’

==Friday 25th – “Think About Thought”==
13:00 – Friends Meeting House, 43 St Giles
Colin Blakemore – ‘Is there something special about the human brain?’

19:00 – Friends Meeting House, 43 St Giles
Raymond Tallis and David Papineau – ‘Will science ever explain consciousness?’

==Saturday 26th – “Think About Education”==
14:00 – Friends Meeting House, 43 St Giles (Time TBC, please check www.thinkweek.co.uk for updates)
Samantha Stein (TBC)
Keith Porteous Wood, CEO, National Secular Society

==Sunday 27th – “Think About Sundays”==
15:30 – St Columba’s URC, Alfred St
The BHA Choir
(Performing, among other things, Tim Minchin’s ‘White Wine in the Sun’ and the immortal ‘Every Sperm is Sacred’!)

17:15 – Moser Theatre, Wadham College
Naomi Phillips (campaigner, BHA) and Dr Evan Harris (campaigner and former Oxford MP)

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