We are pleased to invite you to the launch of
by Prof. Andrew Briggs and Michael J. Reiss
on Tuesday 26 October 2021 (3rd Week)
at 5.30pm in the Mary Ogilvie Lecture Theatre
Speakers at the launch will include Professor Roger Crisp; Professor Sir Paul Collier CBE FBA; Professor Uta Balbier; Bishop Steven Croft; Professor Bill Wood; and Professor Colin Mayer CBE FBA; who will discuss the key themes of the book as part of a panel.
Copies of the book will be available for purchase from OUP at the event.
Drinks will follow the launch at around 6.30pm (Foyer).
Please register your place here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/book-launch-human-flourishing-andrew-briggs-tickets-177843313137
For thousands of years, humans have asked ‘Why we are here?’ and ‘What makes for a good life?’ At different times, different answers have held sway. Nowadays, there are more answers proposed than ever. Much of humanity still finds the ultimate answers to such questions in religion. But in countries across the globe, secular views are widely held. In any event, whether religious or secular, individuals, communities and governments still have to make decisions about what people get from life.
This book therefore examines what is meant by human flourishing and see what it has to offer for those seeking after truth, meaning and purpose. This is a book written for anyone who wants a future for themselves, their children, and their fellow humans – a future that enables flourishing, pays due consideration to issues of truth and helps us find meaning and purpose in our lives.