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Michael Harrington. The importance of solidarity [Address in the Chancellor Dunning Trust Lecture Series, Queen's University] Feb.9, 1982

A discussion of socialist thought. From a philosophical perspective, Mr. Harrington addresses the concepts of solidarity and compassion in the social context. Side One: Introduction by Mr. Gerald Hodge. Address by Michael Harrington. Side Two: Continuation of Address and Question and Answer period.

Amartya Kumar Sen. Address in Chancellor Dunning Trust - Paradoxes of Liberty Nov. 7, 1981

Sen, an economist and Professor, Oxford University, England, Theoretically discusses the meaning of Liberty and problems inherent in its definition. Side One: Introduction of Sen by Professor McLeod. Sen notes the many paradoxes within the concept of liberty and outlines the incompatibility of liberty with the pareto principle. Dr. sen challenges the adequacy of the control and power views of liberty, preferring a social choice theory. Side Two: Continuation of lecture (first 1/2) Second 1/2 Sen alswers questions from audience.

"The History of Post Modernism" by Frank Kermode March 28, 1897

Frank Kermode lectures about the history of postmodernism. Side One: Introduction to the Chancellor Dunning Trust Lecture introduction of Frank Kermode by Prof. A.C. Hamilton. Lecture by Frank Kermode who discusses modernism and postmodernism, its sociological aspects and its affect on art and literature. Side Two: continuation of Frank kermode's lecture. Prof Bob Bader of Queen's theological college thanks the speaker. finish.

Kingston Writers' Guild fonds

  • CA ON00239 F02856
  • Fonds
  • 1985-1994

Fonds consists of newsletters produced by the Guild.

Kingston Writers' Guild

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