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50 years ago Professor Glendinning gave an inaugural lecture arguing for the abolition of inaugural lectures. His failure allowed his son to return to this theme. This lecture explores whether philosophy’s distinctive and historic relation to something like an inaugural public pledge to speak publicly points towards a conception of the professor in general as someone who, working in the university, demands that such work not be exclusively enclosed within it.
Professor of European Philosophy, European Institute, LSE and Director of the Forum for European Philosophy
Lecturer in Philosophy, Royal Holloway, University of London and Forum for European Philosophy Fellow
This event was organized in conjunction with the European Institute, LSE
Recorded on 10 February 2015 at the LSE