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The Death of Public Life?

"I want to talk about the decline of traditional forms of sociability and the possibility of new forms emerging. It's something that I think is very relevant to the development of a genuinely secular society. But it won't be as ponderous as it sounds."

Professor Laurie Taylor is a highly acclaimed social psychologist, writer and broadcaster, author of fourteen books on Motivation, Change and Communication. For the last twenty years he has been writing a weekly humerous column for the Times Higher Educational Supplement. He is the Commissioning Editor for the New Humanist. For the last six years he has been presenting and writing the weekly BBC Radio4 programme, Thinking Allowed.


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Date and Time:

22 February 2007 at 7:30 pm





Secular Hall
75 Humberstone Gate
0116 262 2250
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Leicester Secular Society
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