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The Commons & Property

The Henry George Foundation of Great Britain is pleased to extend an invitation to a meeting to consider





In this talk David will explore the importance of private and public property in relation to the unifying influence of The Commons where he defines The Commons as things that need to be freely available to people if they are to fully participate in and contribute to their community. He will discuss natural and manmade commons and how the way that a community regards them both reflects and influences the values they hold and the extent to which the highest ends of a human life may be realised. He will illustrate how Henry George’s understanding of the need for societies to respect the Natural Laws corresponds with the teachings of His Holiness Shantanand Saraswati when he refers to Sanatan Dharma as being behaviour that is in harmony with the eternal unity and is not bound by space or time or divisions of the human race but is for the human race as a whole.

Friday 1st February 2013
2.30pm – 4.00 pm
11 Mandeville Place, London, W1U 3AJ (Courtesy of The School of Economic Science)
(Nearest tube: Bond Street – See map at station – 4 minutes walk)
All Welcome – Admission Free
The Henry George Foundation of Great Britain
PO Box 6408, London W1A 3GY Tel: 0800 048 8537
The Henry George Foundation of Great Britain is a company limited by guarantee registered in England no. 00956714
and a charity registered in England under the Charities Act 1960, no. 259194.



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