‘Happiness’ – A Public Day Conference

The Open University Ethics Centre and The Royal Institute of Philosophy are delighted to present

A Public Day Conference on Happiness

Saturday 14 April 2012, 09.30 – 18.30

Dr Williams’ Library, Gordon Square, London

Speakers:

Julian Baggini, title TBA

Dr Alex Barber, Hedonism’s dead cat bounce

Dr Chris Belshaw, Pleasure, happiness and the evil of death

Professor Timothy Chappell, Can doing philosophy make us happy? Should it?

Professor John Cottingham, Happiness and the meaning of life

Admission free

To register for this conference please email Heather Scott, h.scott@open.ac.uk

All welcome

Further inquiries to: t.chappell@open.ac.uk

For further information about the Ethics Centre, click here.

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