Simon Critchley/ Gerald Moore/ Emily Ryall
‘All that I know most surely about morality and obligations, I owe to football’, observed Albert Camus. And it is football, above all other sports, that so many philosophers revere. So there’s everything to play for in this panel discussion exploring the relationship between football and philosophy. We give it 110% in our exploration of what makes for a ‘good game’ and whether philosophical principles can be put into play on the pitch.
Simon Critchley, Han Jonas Professor of Philosophy, New School for Social Research, NY
Gerald Moore, Associate Professor of French, University of Durham
Emily Ryall, Reader in Applied Philosophy, University of Gloucestershire
Shahidha Bari, Fellow, the Forum; Senior Lecturer in Romanticism, Queen Mary University of London
Recorded on 4 June 2018 at the LSE