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Time: 1.10pm - 1.00pm
Venue: All Saints Church, Marketplace, Kingston
Why do we disagree? Why do some disagreements hurt us so much whereas others don't? What exactly is a disagreement and how does it affect us? How can we learn to disagree well, perhaps even productively, even when the disagreement is within our families, religious community, political sphere?
This Lent we shall be holding a series of talks that explore from a psychological point of view what it is to disagree and how to do it well. The talks will use case studies drawn from the religious sphere, the legal sphere and within families.
All the talks are free, non-ticketed, and open to students, staff and members of the general public. Please just come on the day(s).
For further information about this event:
Contact: Louise Walton / Faith and Spirituality, Student Wellbeing
Directions to All Saints Church, Marketplace, Kingston:
Louise Walton / Faith and Spirituality, Student Wellbeing