A series of three talks and three discussions by philosophers 6: DECISIONS AND PREDICTIONS
A discussion by Stuart Hampshire Patrick Gardiner
In his book Thought and Action Stuart Hampshire shows that there is always an area in which a person cannot say, on scientific grounds, that he will act in a certain way. The speakers in this discussion examine his argument in order to see what bearing it has on the question whether the will is really free.
An Elemental Drama by MURIEL SPARK
The older generation think the Valley they live in is Wales, just as it always was, but their slit-eyed children think otherwise and traffic with the dangerous folk across the mountain.
Music of Jones's Ditty by Tristram Cary with Desmond Dupre (guitar)
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