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The Dark Matter of Cambridge Philosophy

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Alumni Weekend Talk The powerful intellectual attraction exerted by Russell, Wittgenstein and Moore upon their contemporaries and upon subsequent philosophy can hardly been underestimated. Nevertheless there were other parties involved in the Cambridge conversations where the distinctive features of their differing philosophical outlooks took shape – philosophers including A.N. Whitehead, W.E. Johnson and G.F. Stout amongst others. This talk we will recover and reanimate some of these conversations and listen to some of these now muted voices in order to come to an understanding of the influence that they undoubtedly bore upon the development of philosophy in Cambridge.

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