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Travelling by train still excites the imagination. The very mention of it quickly conjures up images of exotic and romantic distant destinations that can only be reached after a very long journey. This shows how our perception of time has changed. The train used to be a symbol of unparalleled speed and efficiency, but nowadays we see it more as a consciously slow form of travel.
Europalia and Concertgebouw Brugge asked Dutch philosopher Marli Huijer – Professor of Public Philosophy at Erasmus University, Rotterdam – to think about time in the context of travel. In this lecture, she reveals her thoughts on the matter, after which she enters into a discussion with the audience.
Marli Huijer: lecturer
In collaboration with Europalia