Love, sex and marriage in liberal societies

The Iona Institute


When: Friday, September 28

Where: Davenport Hotel, Dublin 2

Time: 8pm

Admission: Free

WE ARE very pleased to announce that our next talk will be given by Professor John Haldane of St Andrew’s University in Scotland.

The title of the talk is self-explanatory. Professor Haldane will explore what happens to love, sex and marriage in societies that place a huge premium on personal freedom.

Professor Haldane is one of the leading philosophers working in Britain today. He is director of the Centre for Ethics, Philosophy and Public Affairs at St Andrew’s University.

He is author of a number of publications, and is a regular newspaper columnist and broadcaster. He was elected Chairman of the Royal Institute of Philosophy in 2010.

He is also a popular communicator and broadcaster often engaging in controversial issues.

He has held a number of prestigious lectureships and fellowships at institutions including Georgetown University, Cambridge University and the Gregorian University in Rome. He has published some 200 academic papers covering areas such as the history of philosophy, philosophy of the mind, metaphysics, and moral and social philosophy.

He is a member of the Pontifical Council for Culture 

If you would like to attend please email [email protected]  or phone 01 6619 204.