Justin Champion considers the notion of friendship from life in antiquity to the present day.
|01||20070226||20070618||Cicero claimed 'When a man thinks of a true friend, he is looking at himself in the mirror'.|
|02||20070227||20070619||'Greater love hath no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends' (John 15:13).|
Professor Justin Champion considers what friendship meant to the early Christian scholars.
|03||20070228||20070620||Francis Bacon wrote 'Those that want friends to open themselves unto, are cannibals of their own hearts'.|
Professor Justin Champion assesses the writings of Michel de Montaigne and Francis Bacon, and the importance of friendship in political life.
|04 LAST||20070301||20070621||Justin Champion ponders the notion of friendship in the 21st century.|