Sir Karl Popper Memorial Lecture

• Mar 15th, 2012 • Category: News

Sir Karl Popper Memorial Lecture

Date: Thursday 15 March 2012
Time: 6-7.30pm
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker: Professor Abdulkarim Soroush
Chair: Professor John Worrall

Update, Monday 19 December: Please note, this event will be ticketed. For further details see ‘Ticket Information’ below.

Professor Soroush will discuss the role of philosophy – and Popper’s thought in particular – in Iranian religious and political reform.

Abdulkarim Soroush is a leading intellectual in Iran and has held visiting positions at, amongst other institutions, Harvard and Princeton.

This event is supported by The Sir Karl Popper Memorial Fund|.

The Popper Memorial Fund would like to thank the Austrian Cultural Forum |for the generous support they have offered toward the 2012 Lecture

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