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October 27, 2010

Henry George Foundation Library Group
Programme of Meetings – Autumn 2010 – 2nd edition

Fridays 2.30 pm – 4.00 pm

11 Mandeville Place, London, W1U 3AJ.
Courtesy of the School of Economic Science
(Nearest tube: Bond Street – See Map at Station – 4 Minutes walk)

All Welcome

Some of us lunch at 1.00pm at the Pizza Express, Thayer St. prior to the talk in the afternoon. Please advise David Triggs (07753 618558) if joining us for lunch.

Library Group – Programme

Friday 8th October 2010
Canon Peter Challen
The Commons of Mind, Life and Matter: Toward a Non-Polar Framework for Global Negotiations – The Market State and the Liquidation of Biophysical Capital

Friday 15th October 2010
Ross and Megan Ashcroft and Jason Whitemore
Using modern communication techniques and strategies to get George’s message heard (and seen) by a younger generation.

Friday 22nd October 2010
Dr Joseph Milne
From Aquinas to Hobbes: the Loss of the Ethical Vision of Nature.
The Western understanding of Nature underwent a radical change in the 17th century, and this had a profound effect on the conceptions of society, natural law and the common good. This talk will explore this change in the light of the ancient understanding of natural law and Henry George.

Friday 29th October 2010
Roy Douglas
Coping with economic crises – Learning from the experiences of David Lloyd George and Philip Snowdon

Friday 5th November 2010
Haydon Bradshaw
Matters Pertaining to Market Equilibrium

Friday 12th November 2010
John Cormack
A Tirade on Revolution and Economic and Social Justice in the 21st Century!

Friday 19th November 2010
David Mills
Considerations Affecting the Transition to LVT

Friday 26th November 2010
Brian Hodgkinson
Out of Recession and Towards a New Beginning

Friday 3rd December 2010
Helen Allingham
The Body Human and The Body Politic!

Friday 10th December 2010
John DeVal
Cambridge’s Contribution to Economics!

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