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I can't make it but would be interested to hear New Labour's key ideologue
on this topic.
> From: Paul marsden
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> Is anybody interested in coming along to this lecture on memes, by these
> big hitters on social theory, and meeting up to talk after/before?
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> Dr Paul Marsden
> Research Fellow
> University of Sussex
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> Who needs Darwin? The relevance of evolutionary theory to the social
> Date: Wednesday 20 June 2001
> Time: 6:00-7:30 pm
> Venue: Old Theatre
> Speakers: Anthony Giddens in debate with W G Runciman
> Chair: Nicholas Humphrey, LSE
> Two of the world's leading sociologists square off about Darwin: Runciman
> arguing that to ignore evolutionary ideas is to relegate sociology to a
> scientific backwater, Giddens that these ideas are and will remain
> irrelevant to sociology's true concerns.
> Anthony Giddens is Director of LSE. He is the author of 34 books, which
> been translated into 35 languages.
> W G Runciman is Senior Research Fellow in Sociology at Trinity College,
> Cambridge and President-elect of the British Academy. He holds honorary
> degrees from Oxford, Edinburgh, and York. His publications include
> Deprivation and Social Justice (Ashgate, 1993), and A Treatise on Social
> Theory (Cambridge Uni Press, 1983).
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