Here we have Graham Stride’s excellent paper given to ANVIL 11th July 17
The Legacy of Charles Darwin 1809- 1882
Introduction Everyone links Charles Darwin with his five weeks in the early 1830’s in the Galapagos archipelago, 600 miles off Ecuador, whilst travelling on board HMS Beagle (for five years) as the ships naturalist. Continue reading
In a well attended meeting on Tuesday 14th March and Dominic Lacey delivered his paper on Plato’s theory of political evolution. The value of most people having clearly read what he had written in advance has seldom been so obvious for it stimulated a really thoughtful and extended discussion as we reflected on populism, the rise of Trump and the unsolved problems that big data are raising as middle ranking jobs are lost. To see his paper again here it is. Continue reading
Derek’s paper on Trident provoked a lot of thought and a very good discussion and several of those who were there and of those who missed it, have asked for the whole paper to be placedon this site. to read it click on here.
This was another fascinating session following on from Graham Stride’s really thought provoking one which stirred up so much discussion. Continue reading
We have planned six meetings for the year at two monthly intervals, on Wednesdays 7.15 – 10-00pm, so put these dates in your diary. Continue reading