A play by Jerzy Broszkiewicz translated from the Polish by NICHOLAS BETHELL with and Produced by MARTIN ESSLIN
This play by the contemporary Polish playwright, which was first performed in 1961, throws new light on certain aspects of the life of the famous explorer, Lemuel
Gulliver, that were omitted from his celebrated memoirs.
from Manchester presented by the Third Programme
In association with the Manchester Institute of Contemporary Arts
VLADO PERLE MUTER (piano)
SYBIL MICHELOW (contralto)
JOHN SHIRLEY-QUIRK (baritone)
William Bennett (flute) Jack Brymer (clarinet) Herbert New (clarinet) Walter Lear
(alto and bass clarinet) Alan Civil (horn) Gwydion Brooke (bassoon) Jurgen Hess (violin) Kenneth Essex (viola) Bernard Richards (cello) Wilfrid Parry (piano)
by P. F. STRAWSON , F.B.A.
Fellow of University College, Oxford
No philosopher has ever made a more strenuous attempt than Kant to determine the general structure of any intelligible conception of experience. Mr. Strawson describes some features of that attempt and sets it in the general context of Kant's thought in the Critique of Pure Reason.
Second of three talks
Kant's Copernican Revolution, by Jaakko Hintikka : Oct. 19
Given before an invited audience in the Renold Theatre, Manchester College of Science and Technology. Sackville Street. Manchester 1. Applications for tickets, enclosing a stamped addressed envelope, should be sent to The Ticket Clerk[address removed]. Next Tuesday, from Southampton: Roberto Gerhard. Nonet and ('on-cert for eight (Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble and instrumentalists, conducted by Jacques-Louis Monod ); Mozart, Quartets in D minor and D major (K.421 and 499) (Netherlands String Quartet)
Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge speaks on the damage done, perhaps irreparably, to the German language by the Nazi regime
Tlte Life of Language by Beata Ruhm von Oppen: October 18
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