Please download, print off and distribute our new leaflet and petition protesting against Middlesex University’s outrageous decision to suspend staff and students for the ‘crime’ of campaigning to save their own jobs and courses.
- Not guilty verdict for Alfie and Zak
- Protest in support of Alfie Meadows on the first day of his re-trial, Monday 11 February
- Protest in support of Alfie Meadows on the first day of his re-trial, Monday 29th October
- Petition for Alfie Meadows
- Hegel Now? Workshop Thursday 5 May
- Police charge Alfie Meadows
Philosophy is about thinking as clearly and insightfully as human beings can.
Nothing demonstrates more forcefully the lack of philosophical formation of the leaders at Middlesex than their abolishing philosophy. Only people who do not appreciate the importance of thinking well, would come up with such a project.
Once they were tempted to abolish philosophy in their university, the leaders of Middlesex should have retreated, horrified that they could even consider such a move and made philosophy mandatory for all top mangers and trustees of the university. Obviously the thinking of Middlesex leaders is deplorably deficient.
Professor Emeritus, Brown University
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