Wim Wenders on Peace, Richard King on Taking Offence
Film director Wim Wenders and philosopher Mary Zournazi discuss the need for a new language of peace. Richard King debates the politics of taking offence. Presented by Philip Dodd.
Film director Wim Wenders and Australian philosopher Mary Zournazi explain why they believe we need a new visual and moral language for peace. Their book Inventing Peace explores a series of literary and cinematic examples of artworks which address war and peace.
Richard King outlines why he believes taking offence has become a political tactic and is on the rise around the world. His book is called On Offence: The Politics of Indignation.
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Presenter: Philip Dodd
Producer: Laura Thomas.