Free Download : Philosophy Plays as performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe
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Adam Smith - Making Poverty History
"Excellent Dramatisation of Adam Smith and his Views..."
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Why did you want to see David Hume - Citizen of the world the philosophy play at the 2005 & / or 2006 Edinburgh Festival Fringe?
Wisdom - Justice - Compassion - Integrity
Why did you go to the philosophy play "Jeremy Bentham - the Pursuit of Happiness" at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2007?
Because Jeremy Bentham acknowledged Hume as providing the foundation for his Utilitarian "Greatest Happiness Principle".
Because he is the Father of International Law. (Indeed, the next time we use the words "international" and "multicultural", perhaps we should thank Bentham for coining them.)
Because he laid the legal foundation for the National Health Service, the abolition of corporal punishment, the state pension, and "the Pursuit of Happiness" found in numerous constitutions, the United Nations Security Council and the International Court at The Hague.
Because you believe in living by Wisdom - Justice - Compassion - Integrity
Indeed, you want to read the script that you can join with hundreds of others insisting that nations go to court, not to war.
Why did you see the philosophy play "Socrates - Last Days and Legacy" at the 2006 Edinburgh Festival Fringe? Any why do you want to buy the script?
Because David Hume is in classical dress for his statue on the Royal Mile depicting that he knew Socrates and practised his dialectic, rather than the Sophists militant confrontations and the world needs dialogue and not conforntation.
2012 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.