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A discussion by Thomas Gilby , O.P.
Blackfriars, Cambridge
R. M. Hare
Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford
H. C. Longuet-Higgins
Professor of Theoretical Chemistry in the University of Cambridge
0. L. Zangwill
Professor of Experimental Psychology in the University of Cambridge
What is a judgment, of value or of obligation, and how does it work?
The participants in this discussion probably start from different presuppositions and are unlikely to reach agreement. It is hoped and expected mat in any event the listener will discover his own different view-or his lack of onc-the more vividly.
Last of three discussions


Unknown: Thomas Gilby


Erich Gruenberg (violin)
Harry Danks (viola)
Goldsbrough Orchestra (Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz )
Conducted by Berthold Goldschmidt


Violin: Erich Gruenberg
Viola: Harry Danks
Leader: Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted By: Berthold Goldschmidt

: The Sailor's Wife and The Widower's Comedy

by Gil Vicente
Translated by Jill Booty
'The Sailor's Wife
'The Widower's Comedy
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
John Williams (guitar)
Production by Michael Bakewell


Unknown: Gil Vicente
Translated By: Jill Booty
Guitar: John Williams
Production By: Michael Bakewell
The Maid: Dorothy Holmes-Gore
The Mistress: Janette Richer
The Spaniard: Tony Church
Lemos: John Graham
The Master: Godfrey Kenton
The Widower: Kynaston Reeves
The Priest: Howieson Culff
Paula: Wendy Gifford
The Friend: Leigh Crutchley
Melicia: Jill Booty
Don Rosvel: Bernard Brown
Don Gilberto: John Bennett


Sonata in G, Op. 28 played by David Willcocks (organ)
From King's College Chapel.
(by permission of the Provost and Fellows)


Played By: David Willcocks

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