We are live! Join us for the Festival of Arguments between 13th and 18th June 2022.
Each day during the week a variety of events are taking place that delve deeply into specific issues, as well as taking a step back to explore what practical ethics really is, and how important it is to all of us as we navigate the modern world. We ask how we should respond to our local environment, explore deep-seated ethical responses in individuals and also think more widely about how we can work as communities to achieve the ethical outcomes we want. You can see the programme and book your place on events in the tab to the right ‘Festival 2022’.
Lunchtime events include a repeat of the popular programme of ‘Bitesize ethics’ – short classes with lots of opportunities for discussion which explore a variety of topics, and Uncomfortable Oxford’s walking tours are also back due to popular demand. New events include an exploration of two thought experiments by Dave Edmonds, and a magical family-friendly day at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History exploring Animal Ethics.
More events will be added as the details are finalised so please do check in again to see more activities. You can keep in touch by joining the Festival's mailing list and following us on Facebook and Twitter.
We do hope that you will join us for these events, which can be booked online from this web page. If you’re interested in putting on an event as part of the festival next year, or would like to suggest an event please email us.