A lecture by Stephen Lowe. For "The distinguished lecture series" at Leicester University. October 20th. 2004. 

One thing I've learned from life is it's always good to apologise at the outset, because you never know what state you'll be in later. So, sorry if this turns out not to be quite the kind of lecture that you're used to. It may be less polemical and more personal, less didactic and more diversive, more anecdotal than argumentative. I like to get the alliteration out of the way at the beginning. There are no major conclusions here- it's more a monologue composed from some of the flotsam and jetsam that's washed up on the beach from a life-time of being submerged in the sea. And the sea is the imagination. 

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