PREVIOUS: The ‘Art of Thinking’ about Bad Taste, Leicester Secular Hall, 11th November, 7.30pm
By Dr Greg Scorzo
Leicester Secular Hall,
75 Humberstone Gate, City Centre, Leicester LE1 1WB
Having “good taste” can arguably give you a bad reputation, bearing connotations of rank snobbery. Judgments of what is in good or bad taste are often viewed as a masquerade for class privilege and wealth. But could such judgements also be ways in which we find communities that make us feel like we fit in?
Join the enigmatic Everyday Philosopher Dr Greg Scorzo for a thought provoking talk, followed by a discussion.
£3.00 minimum on door. Give what you can.