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Speaker: Dr. Peter Vickers, Associate Professor at Durham University
Peter says 'In the last 500 years there has been an extraordinary shift in scientific thinking, in every scientific field and in every respect imaginable. If we are aware of the history of science, how can we possibly suggest that our scientific ideas will last forever? How could that be reasonable?’ Come along to find out more!
This event is the 2019 Gordon Brown Memorial Lecture hosted by the Explore Lifelong Learning programme in collaboration with the Centre for Humanities Engaging Science and Society (CHESS) at Durham University and the Lit & Phil. It is open to all and there is no charge for attendance.
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