Middlesex university trent park campus bramley road london n14 4yz
Event page for solidarity demonstration at Alfie’s trial: https:// Society is divided, and the social order is riddled with contradictions. Or is it impossible to be a Hegelian, especially now? This workshop will assess the ongoing relevance of Hegelian thought for the 21st century. The IPCC are also examining the decision making process by the Metropolitan Police Service which led to Alfie and other young people being placed at risk of significant harm.
Does Hegelian philosophy provide the basic method for understanding the way societies are structured by their own contradictions? It is anticipated that the IPCC investigation will conclude shortly.
Set between the towns of Enfield, Southgate and Barnet, the campus is surrounded by a landscape of lakes, woods and country walks.
The house itself until 2012 formed the Trent Park campus of Middlesex University.
There is a sports ground in the park, Southgate Hockey Centre.
There used to be an indoor tennis court that was attended by royalty.
Although Alfie’s trial began on the 26 March 2012, the jurors failed to reach a verdict in his case, while three of his co-defendants were cleared of violent disorder. Ian Jakobi, ‘The Lacerated Dialectic: On Madness and Subjectivity in Hegel’s’ Place: Room M004 (Saloon), Mansion Building, Middlesex University, Trent Park campus, Bramley Road, London N14 4YZ. The charge gives every appearance of being an attempt to discredit a victim of police violence in advance of the IPCC findings.
The outcome of the trial means that Alfie’s struggle for justice is not over. Tube: Piccadilly line to Oakwood station, free bus to campus. The official response of the police is disturbing enough.
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