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Freedom Regained interview

How much personal responsibility do we have for our actions? Does free will truly exist? Drawing on conclusions from his new book, 'Freedom Regained', writer Julian Baggini considers these questions with Ali Millar, at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

News and Events

  • THE WORLD TONIGHT – BBC RADIO FOUR. Talked about destruction of temple at Palmyra on last night's programme. Listen again here at 21:15. #
  • NEWSDAY – BBC WORLD SERVICE. Talking about  destruction of temple at Palmyra on today's programme. Listen again here at 25:15. #
  • BBC RADIO FOUR – THE WORLD TONIGHT. I popped up in Paul Moss's report on alternative funerals (fortunately not my own) on 3 August. You can listen to it here at 22:19. #
  • WILDERNESS FESTIVAL - CORNBURY PARK, OXON, 9 AUGUST. Talking in the Fiction tent at 1pm on Freedom Regained. More details here. #
  • BACK TO SCHOOL – LONDON, 14 SEPTEMBER. "Come back to philosophy class for the evening with the teacher you wish you’d had – bestselling author and philosopher Julian Baggini". At Guardian HQ, 6.30pm-8.30pm. Full details and booking here. #

What is Microphilosophy?

Small thoughts about big subjects; big thoughts about small things; seeds of thought, scatttered to either take root or not; plus short links to longer work. Microphilosophy is the website of the writer Julian Baggini.

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