Will Good Triumph Over Evil?

Wednesday 25. October 2023 at 19:00 - 23:00

The Theater of the Royal Institution • 21 Albemarle Street, London, United Kingdom

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Tamara Nathanovna Eydelman, historian, lecturer, writer, teacher, and author of a popular YouTube channel with an audience of over 1 million subscribers, will give a new lecture on the topic "Will Good Triumph Over Evil?" in London on October 25th.

How many times have people in different countries and eras asked this question, how many times have they given an affirmative answer, how many times have they doubted to answer negatively. And with what persistence faith in good and hope for humanity has flared up in people again and again.

Zoroastrianism, the Book of Job, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism - almost all religions have ideas about two higher forces fighting in the world - good and evil. For many centuries theologians and philosophers have insisted on the triumph of Good, humanists of the Renaissance exalted man, and the 20th century demonstrated the incredible power of Evil - nationalism, fascism, weapons, the Holocaust, the atomic bomb...

Of course, there is no single answer to this question, just as there is no single correct view of man. In her lecture, Tamara Eydelman will try to look at how man has changed over the centuries, how his position in the world has changed, how differently he has imagined the forces of Good and Evil, and how, despite everything, he has kept Hope in his soul.

The lecture "Will Good Triumph Over Evil?" will take place in London on October 25th at 7:00 pm in The Theater of the Royal Institution, 21 Albemarle Street.

The lecture will be given in Russian and will last for 2 hours without a break.

There will be a discussion after the lecture.

The Theater of the Royal Institution • 21 Albemarle Street, London, United Kingdom

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