Acts of rebellion discussed at Bishopsgate Institute

PUBLISHED: 18:00 21 September 2012

Acts of civil rebellion are being discussed at a Saturday public forum at the Bishopsgate Institute in the City of London tomorrow (Sept 22).

A discussion on the ideas of philosophers who posed the question of when expressions of dissent were justified and to what degree is the subject of the forum. It looks at the Classical Age, the 19th century and especially the 1980s—a period described as “abundant with such acts of rebellion.”

The free talk at the Institute at 230 Bishopsgate, near Liverpool Street station, starts at 2.30pm.

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