Interview with Julian Baggini, Best Selling Author & Philosopher
Do historical philosophers still impact our thinking today? Is this the basis for international culture and communication differences?
On March 24, 2021, at 6:00 pm CET, Dr. Julian Baggini will share his ideas on global philosophy and how they affect our thinking today. Julian is a best selling author, with over 25 books, and the Academic Director at the Royal Institute of Philosophy. He is also a regular columnist for The Guardian newspaper, Prospect magazine, Financial Times and a columnist, and a book reviewer for The Wall Street Journal. He founded The Philosophers’ Magazine and the Humanist Philosophers’ Group. And these are just a few of his notorieties!
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I became interested in Julian’s ideas after picking up his book, How the World Thinks, from the bestseller’s shelf at the airport. As an international communication trainer, I’m always looking for new insight into cultural and communication differences, and this book didn’t let me down. Using his adventures abroad, he takes the reader on a journey through the history of philosophy and around the world. As he compared philosophy and religion, I couldn’t help but question the origin of my own ideas.
Join us on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, at 18:00 CET for a discussion with Dr. Baggini. Bring your questions to become involved in the interview process. REGISTER HERE for this free event, sponsored by SIETAR Switzerland.
Dr. Julian Baggini
Academic Director at Royal Institute of Philosophy
Philosopher, Speaker & Bestselling Author
For more of Julian’s books, blogs, and more, follow this link – Books – Julian Baggini.
Kimberly VanLandingham is the CEO, trainer and strategies for European Market Link Sarl, including Presentation Training Switzerland. She facilitates live and online training courses in cross-cultural communications, international public speaking, and cross-border growth. Kimberly has over 20 years experience leading business growth at the DuPont company, has a masters in Cross-Cultural Communications, and is on the board of SIETAR Switzerland (Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research).
This event is sponsored by SIETAR Switzerland.