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Robert Newman

Based on the hit BBC Radio 4 series ‘Rob Newman’s Total Eclipse of Descartes’, Rob’s whirlwind tour of philosophy explores 3000 years of good and bad ideas from Pythagoras to d driverless cars, by way of levitating Buddhist monks, Pavlov’s dogs, Jean-Paul Sartre’s mum, Fat Man On A Bridge, T. Rex, Morrissey and wire monkeys.  In a world gone crazy, can philosophy help?

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Location

Ashcroft Arts Centre

Address: Osborn Rd, Fareham, PO16 7DR

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