A programme devised and introduced by Hugh Baillie
Rounds by John Lloyd and Thomas Farthing
Lute Songs by John Shepherd and John Heywood
The Ambrosian Singers
Conducted by John Stevens
Wilfred Brown (tenor) Desmond Dupr é (lute)
Readings from Cornyshe. Skelton and a boy-bishop's sermon by John Laurie
A discussion between
Reader in Sociology
In the University of London
D. F. Pears
Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford
G. J. Warnock
Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
J. W. N. Watkins
Lecturer in Political Science In the University of London
In two talks broadcast earlier this year Ernest Gellner criticised Oxford philosophy on the ground that it is purely linguistic, that its enquiries are limited to concepts already defined in language. What does this charge amount to and is it just?
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