Nov 8


How the world thinks

5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Ever wondered how where you live might affect the way you think? British popular philosopher Julian Baggini has travelled the world to explore how what we call philosophy differs from East to West, and how this affects the way communities work around the world.

From the role of religion in societies to their understanding of justice, law, and politics, Julian journeys through the complex map of human thought around the world to explore how, and why, the world thinks.

Listen, chat and debate with philosopher Julian Baggini and other teens at this Full Circle TeenTalk.

5.00 – 6.30 PM   FULL CIRCLE TeenTalk

• Tickets: 5€
• Talk and debate in English
• For teenagers only
• Location: Full Circle House – Chaussée de Vleurgat 89, Ixelles 1050

BOOK HERE  [Registration is compulsory]


Julian Baggini is a British philosopher and author of several books about philosophy written for a general audience, which often link philosophy to the concerns of ordinary life. He is co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Philosophers’ Magazine, and also writes and broadcasts for The Guardian and the BBC. 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 was a founder-member of the Humanist Philosophers’ Group in 1999 and remains a patron of Humanists UK, in particular helping to promote secularism in schools.



  • How the World Thinks: A Global History of Philosophy (2018)
  • A History of Truth: Consolations for a post-truth world (2017)
  • Freedom Regained: The Possibility of Free Will (2015)
  • The Ego Trick (2012)
  • Should You Judge This Book by Its Cover? (2009)
  • Welcome to Everytown: A journey into the English mind (2007)
  • The Pig That Wants to be Eaten and 99 Other Thought Experiments (2005)
  • What’s It All About? Philosophy and the Meaning of Life (2004)
  • Atheism: A Very Short Introduction (2003)

Full Circle TeenTalks are an opportunity for young audiences (aged 14-18yrs) to interact – listen and talk – with inspiring and innovative thinkers and do-ers from around the world, on subjects relevant to you, in a relaxed context.