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NATO: Hobbes to Trump - Motion and Emotion - Can Mathematicians help?
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Commander James Bergeron, Chief Political Advisor, Allied Maritime Command, NATO will be giving a lecture at 5.30pm in MR2 on Thursday 23rd February 2017.
In his lecture, “NATO: Hobbes to Trump – Motion and Emotion – Can Mathematicians help?”, Jim Bergeron confronts challenges that two ‘masters’ of emotion – Putin and Trump – present for the NATO Alliance, with reference to key debates on the relation between science and political theory from Aristotle to Hobbes.
Tickets are now available on a ‘first come first served’ basis. Commander Bergeron will deliver his seminar in MR2 where the first block of 140 seats are available at the following link:
The remainder of the tickets will be for MR3 /MR4 and B1.19 where the seminar will be live streamed. A wine reception will follow in Central Core for ticketed guests.
This talk is part of the CMS Colloquia series.
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