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thumb|Theodore Zeldin at the [[Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery]]Theodore Zeldin (born 22 August 1933) is an Oxford scholar and thinker whose books have searched for answers to three questions.Acceptance Speech on being made professor honoris causa of HEC Business School https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K70h1ErH9tg</ref> Where can a person look to find more inspiring ways of spending each day and each year? What ambitions remain unexplored, beyond happiness, prosperity, faith, love, technology or therapy? What role could there be for individuals with independent minds, or who feel isolated or different, or misfits? Each of Zeldin's books illuminates from a different angle what people can do today that they could not in previous centuries.
Interview for the Danube Foundation of Istanbul

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