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Selfish Systems: Hobbes and Locke

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, tonight’s talk by David Wootton has been moved to the Adrian House Seminar Room, Trinity College.

The Adrian House Seminar Room is located in the ‘Burrell’s Field’ part of Trinity College, over the river from the main body of the college. It can be reached either via the Burrell’s Field porters’ lodge on Grange Road, or through the Trinity College Fellows’ Garden.

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