Professor A.C. Grayling visits Colfe’s

In the second John Glyn Society event of the term, eminent philosopher Professor A. C. Grayling spoke to pupils about the place humanities and philosophy has in the modern world.

Professor Grayling is Master of the New College of the Humanities and a Supernumerary Fellow of St Anne’s College, Oxford.

He has written over thirty books on philosophy, including The Good Book, Ideas That Matter, Liberty in the Age of Terror and The God Argument. This is Professor Grayling’s second address to the John Glyn Society, having spoken to pupils on the topic of morality and ethics last year.

The John Glyn Society is comprised of scholars from each year group and aims to enrich academic life through an annual programme of thought-provoking events.


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