Ray Tallis is an active member of Keep Our NHS Public and a strong defender of the NHS. This should be a very interesting lecture

Public Lecture: The Royal College of Physicians and the Politics of Healthcare 2018

8 November 2018
Liverpool Medical Institution, Mount Pleasant, L3 5SR

6pm: Welcoming drinks
6.30pm: Lecture

Raymond Tallis is a philosopher, poet, novelist and cultural critic and was until recently a physician and clinical scientist. In the Economist’s Intelligent Life Magazine (Autumn 2009) he was listed as one of the top living polymaths in the world.

Born in Liverpool in 1946, one of five children, he trained as a doctor at Oxford University and at St Thomas’ in London before going on to become profritic and was until recently a physician and clinical scientist. In the Economist’s Intelligent Life Magazine (Autumn 2009) he was listed as one of the top living polymaths in the world.
Born in Liverpool in 1946, one of five children, he trained as a doctor at Oxford University and at St Thomas’ in London before going on to become professor of geriatric medicine at the University of Manchester and a consultant physician in healthcare of the elderly in Salford. Professor Tallis retired from medicine in 2006 to become a full-time writer, though he remained visiting professor at St George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London until 2008. He was visiting professor of English at the University of Liverpool until 2013.
Over the last 20 years, Raymond Tallis has published fiction, three volumes of poetry, over two hundred articles and 23 books on the philosophy of mind, philosophical anthropology, literary theory, the nature of art and cultural criticism. Together, these works offer a critique of current predominant intellectual trends and an alternative understanding of human consciousness, the nature of language and of what it is to be a human being.

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  1. Mervyn Hyde says:

    I do wish I could have gone, I have the highest respect for this very eminent individual, I do hope it’s well attended and that a video recording is made.

    Hopefully SHA would promote it if it becomes available.

    This is just a taste of what he stands for:

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