BRIGHTON BRAINWALK SERIES – NO 1.
SUNDAY 12TH OCTOBER 2008
GLYNDE TO BRIGHTON
Bob Brecher (Reader in Philosophy in the School of Historical and Critical Studies, University of Brighton)
"In the end, isn't morality just a matter of taste?
Or are there clear moral truths?"
This is the first of a series of peripatetic lectures, with Paul Bonett and Henry Butler, to exercise your body and your mind.
We leave Brighton Station on the 7.09 am to Glynde.
Please arrive by 6.55 a.m.
Glynde, south across the A27 and up onto the Downs, stop for refreshment, turn west on the South Downs Way to Southease. Follow path back up onto the Downs and walk to top of Castle Hill, pass Woodingdean, and return to Brighton for lunch at the Hanover.
Bring drinks, a flask, food, appropriate clothing and footwear.
The route is cross country and quite demanding with two long hills to go up and down and there are no easy alternative routes once we are walking. Be prepared.
You are liable for your own health and safety. Please consider your health before signing up for the walk.
We do not accept responsibility for your walk.
Maximum number of brainwalkers 10.
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