Julian Baggini is the founding editor of The Philosophers’ Magazine. He has a PhD on the philosophy of personal identity and is the author, co-author or editor of over 20 books including The Virtues of the Table, The Ego Trick, Welcome to Everytown and Freedom Regained. He has written for numerous newspapers and magazines, as well as for the think tanks The Institute of Public Policy Research, Demos and Counterpoint. He has also appeared as a character in two Alexander McCall-Smith novels.
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What lessons can we take from the great cities of the past that can help us today and into the future?
How might immigration change after Brexit? What are the risks or opportunities? Can a common ground be found or will there be further polarisation?