Philosophers have pursued truth, and many have placed truth at the centre of their account of meaning. But might this be a mistake? Could error be at the heart of language, and adventure, rather than truth, be the matter in hand? In the first of three events on the theme, Hilary Lawson argues for a radical reappraisal of the importance of error.
Director, Institute of Art and Ideas
Simon Glendinning, Reader in European Philosophy, European Institute, LSE & Director of the Forum for European Philosophy
Recorded on 4 March 2013 at the LSE