HGF Programme Spring 2018

PROGRAMME: FRIDAY EVENING STUDY GROUP- Fridays 6:40 to 8:10pm
Meetings at 11 Mandeville Place, London W1U 3AJ
       
Courtesy of School of Economic Science
       
Spring 2018
Date Wk No Presenter Topic / Study
19/01/2018   Wk 1 David Triggs Exploration of George's Progress and Poverty - see Note below.
26/01/2018   Wk 2 David Triggs Continuing Exploration as Wk 1
02/02/2018   Wk 3 David Triggs Continuing Exploration as Wk 1
09/02/2018   Wk 4 David Triggs Continuing Exploration as Wk 1
16/02/2018   Wk 5 HALF  TERM No meeting
23/02/2018   Wk 6 David Triggs Continuing Exploration as Wk 1
02/03/2018   Wk 7 David Triggs Continuing Exploration as Wk 1
09/03/2018   Wk 8 David Triggs Continuing Exploration as Wk 1
16/03/2018   Wk 9 TBA  
23/03/2018 Wk11 David Triggs Continuing Exploration as Wk 1
30/03/2018 Wk12 Good Friday No meeting
       
  Exploration of Progress and Poverty
The Foundation celebrated the launch of the new Annotated Edition of Progress and Poverty in September 2017 and the book has been the subject of study throughout the Autumn Term.  Students have found that George’s clear definitions and reasoned arguments have revealed many insights into understanding much of the confusion surrounding current economic thinking.
David Triggs will continue to lead this study during the Spring Term and invite challenges that  test the propositions put forward.
NB: Real time access to this Group Study is available via Internet Connection - see Newletter for details
       
       
PROGRAMME: FRIDAY AFTERNOON  STUDY GROUP   2.30pm to 4pm
       
The Group is engaged in regular study and occasional talks presented by members of the Group and others.  The study continues to examine The Science of Political Economy by Henry George, and will embark on Book 3 during the Spring Term. 
A special poetry event is scheduled for 23rd February 2018 with Alan Roberts presenting "George Herbert and the Service Economy"
       
 ALL WELCOME
You may attend one session or as many as you wish
ADMISSION FREE - voluntary donations optional
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