Traditional Britain Seminars 2014: Christopher Gillibrand on Human Dignity

by The Editor

We will consider the history of thought relating to human dignity and, from this, what is the basis for believing in human dignity. We will ask, how can human dignity be best defended and can she be defended in her own right or will she only be truly secured in a transformed ecclesiastical and political context? Who are the natural allies in the fight for human dignity?

On the 8th March the Traditional Britain Group will be hosting a half day event, titled 'Traditional Britain Seminars 2014' at a prestigious club in central London from 1pm until 6pm, followed by an evening social until late.

For more details, see here.

The Human Dignity track has been chosen given the assaults on human dignity by the government of left and right in our country and beyond in the last 100 years. We will identify the range of issues which can be considered to be human dignity issues, at the beginning of life, during life and at its end. We will then consider the history of thought relating to human dignity and, from this, what is the basis for believing in human dignity. How then can human dignity be best defended and can she be defended in her own right or will she only be truly secured in a transformed ecclesiastical and political context? Who are the natural allies in the fight for human dignity?

Christopher Gillibrand

Christopher Gillibrand, who holds a chemistry degree from Oxford and an MBA from Greenwich, is a leading Catholic intellectual and Vice-President of the Traditional Britain Group. Christopher believes a proper approach to issues related to human dignity are key to the reform of the modern decadent political system. He is presently engaged in writing a book on Pope Francis.

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