Talk by A. Clark Smith
David Hume began his challenge to religion by questioning the arguments that were used in the eighteenth century to prove the existence of God. Hume does not deny the existence of God, but shows that the arguments for his existence are invalid. Mr. Clark Smith examines the Dialogues, The Natural History of Religion, and other studies, showing how Hume makes his case against religion — case that has never been finally answered.
Louis Kaufman (violin)
The Leighton Lucas Orchestra
(Leader, Ronald Good)
Conductor, Leighton Lucas
(Continued in next column)
Leighton Lucas began to write his Concert champêtre some six years ago for Ginette Neveu ; but after her death he laid it aside. It was due to the encouragement of Louis Kaufman that he took up the work again and recently completed it. It is now dedicated to Kaufman. It consists of one continuous movement divided into three sections, a quick and gay middle section being framed by two slower ones.
Talk by T. T. Paterson , Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer in Industrial
Relations, University of Glasgow
Dr. Paterson believes that the cause common to most present-day strikes is frustration and that arguments about wages are, in the main, rationalisations of more deep-seated grievances.
Strikes and the Law, by Professor Otto Kahn-Freund: Saturday at 10.0 followed by an interlude at 7.60
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