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How do we know our beliefs are not, in fact, our prejudices?

Friday 24 November 2006 21:30-22:15 (Radio 3)

More highlights from the Free Thinking Festival of Ideas for the Future. A debate considers the question: How do we know our beliefs are not, in fact, our prejudices? Plus Out of the Bubble, a soundscape created by artists who worked with young people from Liverpool to explore the city's public face and how they will fit into its future.

The edition of Nightwaves above includes a 15 minute edited version of the debate 'How do we know our beliefs are not, in fact, our prejudices?'.  To hear the whole unedited debate click on 'Listen to the whole debate', below.
 
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