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A curated collection of philosophy-related podcasts. Also see the SciPhi-Adjacent Podcast Collection.

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Updated: 2024-Jun-19 15:14 UTC. Podcasts listed: 211. Ordered by date of most recent episode (newest to oldest). AI-generated content is based on podcaster-provided show and episode descriptions.


Collection summary covering past 30 days of combined episodes (AI-generated):

These podcasts provide a broad array of intellectual and philosophical discussions, examining complex topics from different historical, theoretical, and practical perspectives. Episodes often delve into specific philosophical ideas, debates, and figures, such as the works and thoughts of Aristotle, Epicurus, Plato, and Marcus Aurelius. They explore classical questions about the nature of happiness, determinism, free will, courage, and virtues, frequently referencing and analyzing ancient texts like the "Nicomachean Ethics," "Letter to Menoeceus," and various dialogues from Plato.

The content consistently addresses the application of philosophical concepts to contemporary issues. This includes the ethics of artificial intelligence, the role of emotions in moral decision-making, and the implications of nihilism. Discussions frequently touch on political philosophy, scrutinizing topics like democracy, political legitimacy, and modern challenges to liberal democratic systems. There is significant attention given to socio-political issues, including censorship, self-censorship in academia, gender equality, and the history and impact of different social movements such as feminism and environmentalism.

Other recurring themes include explorations of cognitive science and philosophy of mind, examining consciousness, mental constructs, and the mind-body relationship. Some episodes focus on specific psychological phenomena, such as ADHD, trauma, and the psychological impacts of relationships and societal norms.

The podcasts also offer reflective discussions on literary and cultural works, from the analysis of films like “Oldboy” and “Dune” adaptations to the philosophical underpinnings in various genres like science fiction and horror. Episodes often feature interviews with experts and authors, providing in-depth insights into specialized topics, such as evolutionary biology, the philosophy of education, and the intersections of philosophy with other disciplines such as history, literature, and cognitive science.


Podcasts:
Overthink Image Overthink
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106 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 56 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Accessible philosophy • Civil disobedience • Mixed-race identity • AI safety • Overthinking • Zombies • Fatphobia • Biohacking • Debt • Emotional labor • Animal justice • Gender relations • Five senses • Influencers • Film • Feminism

Description (podcaster-provided): The best of all possible podcasts, Leibniz would say. Putting big ideas in dialogue with the everyday, Overthink offers accessible and fresh takes on philosophy from enthusiastic experts. Hosted by professors Ellie Anderson (Pomona College) and David M. Peña-Guzmán (San Francisco State University).

Latest episode (2024-Jun-18 12:00 UTC): Fun

Stoa Conversations: Stoicism Applied Image Stoa Conversations: Stoicism Applied
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136 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 53 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Stoic philosophy • resilience • virtue • moderation • courage • mindfulness • journaling • Epictetus and Marcus Aurelius • role ethics • social anxiety • transhumanism • anger and forgiveness • ancient and modern applications

Description (podcaster-provided): Caleb Ontiveros and Michael Tremblay discuss how to build resilience, develop virtue, and make sense of the world through Stoic philosophy.
One episode a week.
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Latest episode (2024-Jun-18 10:01 UTC): Essential Stoic Concepts: Indifferents (Episode 136)

Practical Stoicism Image Practical Stoicism
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230 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 12 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Stoic philosophy • Virtue and character development • Practical applications of Stoicism • Addressing emotions like anger and regret • Daily Stoic practices • Guest interviews • Life challenges • Ethical decision-making • Personal growth • Ancient Stoic teachings

Description (podcaster-provided): Stoicism is the pursuit of Virtue (Aretê), which was defined by the Ancient Greeks as "the knowledge of how to live excellently," Stoicism is a holistic life philosophy meant to guide us towards the attainment of this knowledge through the development of our character. While many other Stoicism podcasts focus on explaining Ancient Stoicism in an academic or historical context, Practical Stoicism strives to port the ancient wisdom of this 2300-plus-year-old Greek Philosophy into contemporary times to provide practical advice for living today, not two millennia ago. Join American philosopher of Stoicism Tanner Campbell, every Monday and Friday, for new episodes.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-18 05:17 UTC): Fate Is Not Yet Written

Micro-Digressions: A Philosophy Podcast Image Micro-Digressions: A Philosophy Podcast
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
56 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 78 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Ethics • Death and Immortality • Political Beliefs • Social Issues • Critical Race Theory • Marxism • Religion • Technology • Scientific Authority • Gun Ownership • Controversial Ideas

Description (podcaster-provided): Philosophical excursions into interesting, and often controversial, topics. Hosted by Spencer Case.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-18 05:00 UTC): Consciousness and the self

Plato's Pod: Dialogues on the works of Plato Image Plato's Pod: Dialogues on the works of Plato
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62 episodes
2021 to 2024
Median: 113 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Discussions on Plato's dialogues • Examination of philosophical ideas • Analysis of ancient texts in modern context • Focus on Plato’s works: The Republic, The Laws, Timaeus, Protagoras, Phaedo, and more • Meetup group dialogues

Description (podcaster-provided): Welcome to Plato's Pod, a bi-weekly podcast of group discussions on the dialogues of Plato held through Meetup.com. Anyone interested in participating, whether to learn about Plato or to contribute to the dialogue, is welcome to join with no experience required! The podcast is hosted by amateur philosopher James Myers and inquiries can be e-mailed to [email protected]. Wherever we go in our discussions we gain knowledge from each other’s perspectives, and for the increase in knowledge we invite everyone to add their voice to the dialogue. Plato, without a doubt, would have imagined no better way than in dialogue for knowledge – the account of the reasons why – to find its home.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-18 00:25 UTC): Plato’s Laws – Book V: The Soul in Communal Harmony

Embrace The Void Image Embrace The Void
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295 episodes
2017 to 2024
Median: 65 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Atheism • Secularism • Conspiracism • Social justice • AI ethics • Meritocracy • Moral realism • Consciousness • Skepticism • Digital media • Gender issues • Historical ideas • Free will

Description (podcaster-provided): Welcome friends, to a podcast for a darker timeline. Maybe the darkest of all timelines. Definitely not one of the good timelines. Maybe it’s always been a dark timeline, maybe the Hadron collider screwed us over. Science may never know. What we do know is that we live in the void. The void, a place where a chittering mass of void crabs can infest a person suit and win the presidency. The void, a place where we're just clever enough to know that climate change is happening, but not quite clever enough to do anything about it. The void seems terrible and cruel, but it loves you, in its own ironic way.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 22:55 UTC): Moral Antirealism with Lance Bush

Philosophers In Space Image Philosophers In Space
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275 episodes
2018 to 2024
Median: 52 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Sci-fi hypotheticals • Ethics discussions • Social dynamics • Cultural and political critique • Philosophy of identity • Psychology experiments • Transhumanism • Space adventures • Media analysis • Existential questions

Description (podcaster-provided): Welcome to Philosophers In Space, where the intrepid trekker captain Callie Wright and their questionable Chief Ethics Officer Aaron Rabinowitz explore the weird, gooey world of sci-fi, searching for tantalizing hypotheticals and gear-stripping questions in a space odyssey of meaning and amusement.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 21:26 UTC): Highlander and Male Meaning-Making

Sadler's Lectures Image Sadler's Lectures
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500 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 13 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy lectures • Key ideas from philosophers • Ethics • Friendship and flattery • Absurdism • Alienation • Theological concepts • Metaphysics and epistemology • Analysis of classic texts • Socratic dialogues

Description (podcaster-provided): I'm that YouTube Philosophy Guy! Find more than 2,500 videos in my main channel. Support my video and podcast work! https://www.patreon.com/sadler or https://www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM
Learn more about this podcast channel - https://youtu.be/qRvL0gqlyrw and https://medium.com/gregory-b-sadler-ph-d/the-sadlers-lectures-podcast-56e18619c5aa
Due to popular demand - and with the work underwritten by my Patreon supporters - I have started converting my videos into MP3 files listeners can listen to anywhere they want!
Once I reach a higher level of support on Patreon, I plan to start creating original episodes in a new podcast series. Want to help me get that started? Become a supporter!

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 20:09 UTC): Albert Camus, The Myth Of Sisyphus - A Sketch: Conquest and the Conquerer - Sadler's Lectures

The Dissenter Image The Dissenter
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981 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 61 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Expert interviews and academic discussions • Philosophy and social sciences • Evolution and biology • Political and historical analysis • Human behavior and cognition • Ethical and moral issues • Technology and society • Linguistics and language acquisition

Description (podcaster-provided): My name is Ricardo Lopes, and I’m from Portugal. Thank you for visiting my podcast.
Over the past few years, I have conducted and released more than 900 interviews and talks with experts and academics from a variety of areas and disciplines, ranging from the Arts and Philosophy to the Social Sciences and Biology. You will certainly find a subject of your interest covered here.
New interviews are released on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 18:00 UTC): #955 Elizabeth Pillsworth: The Anthropology of Partner Choice, Mating Systems, and Gender

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas Image Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
329 episodes
2018 to 2024
Median: 81 minutes
Collections: PhilosophyPhysics, Math, and AstronomyScience

Themes (AI-generated): Science • Sociology • Philosophy • Technology • Artificial Intelligence • Quantum Physics • Climate Change • Metaphysics • Astrophysics • Complex Systems • History • Biology • Psychology

Description (podcaster-provided): Ever wanted to know how music affects your brain, what quantum mechanics really is, or how black holes work? Do you wonder why you get emotional each time you see a certain movie, or how on earth video games are designed? Then you’ve come to the right place. Each week, Sean Carroll will host conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, philosophy, culture and much more.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 11:46 UTC): 279 | Ellen Langer on Mindfulness and the Body

Moral Maze Image Moral Maze
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218 episodes
2015 to 2024
Median: 42 minutes
Collections: PhilosophySciPhi-Adjacent

Themes (AI-generated): Live debates • Moral issues • Current events • Forgiveness • Work ethics • Immigration • Marriage • Veganism • Punishment • War and peace • Assisted dying • Identity • Politics • Memory • Prisons • Enemies • Impartiality • Freedom • Youth power • Idleness • Climate activism • Warfare ethics • Privatisation • News coverage • Scientific ethics • National borders • Football ethics • Cancel culture • Suicide • AI • Economic growth • Pacifism • Trust • Leadership faith • Colonial reparations • Natural disasters • Money ethics • Evil • Maturity • Personal debt • Family ethics • Kindness • Work value • Religion and ethics • Human rights • Social class • NHS future • Abortion • Strikes • Inequality • Monarchy

Description (podcaster-provided): Combative, provocative and engaging live debate examining the moral issues behind one of the week's news stories. #moralmaze

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 09:57 UTC): Democracy - is our system morally superior?

Žižek And So On Image Žižek And So On
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122 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 46 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Slavoj Žižek's work • Psychoanalysis • Philosophy • Cultural theory • Political commentary • Interviews with scholars • Book discussions • Lacanian-Hegelian analysis • Pop culture references • Žižek's events and projects

Description (podcaster-provided): The podcast exploring the work of Slavoj Žižek

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 09:30 UTC): PREVIEW - Nightmare on Alenka Street

The Gray Area with Sean Illing Image The Gray Area with Sean Illing
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661 episodes
2016 to 2024
Median: 66 minutes
Collections: PhilosophySciPhi-Adjacent

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Technology • Politics • Culture • Mental health • Identity • Science • Religion • Social issues • Historical context • Personal stories

Description (podcaster-provided): The Gray Area with Sean Illing takes a philosophy-minded look at culture, technology, politics, and the world of ideas. Each week, we invite a guest to explore a question or topic that matters. From the the state of democracy, to the struggle with depression and anxiety, to the nature of identity in the digital age, each episode looks for nuance and honesty in the most important conversations of our time. New episodes drop every Monday.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 09:30 UTC): The world after nuclear war

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast Image The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
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665 episodes
2009 to 2024
Median: 49 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy texts and analysis • Guests' insights • Daoism and metaphysics • Aristotle's works • Plotinus and Neo-Platonism • Kierkegaard's existentialism • Cultural and identity politics • Improv discussions • Music interviews

Description (podcaster-provided): The Partially Examined Life is a podcast by some guys who were at one point set on doing philosophy for a living but then thought better of it. Each episode, we pick a short text and chat about it with some balance between insight and flippancy. You don't have to know any philosophy, or even to have read the text we're talking about to (mostly) follow and (hopefully) enjoy the discussion. For links to the texts we discuss and other info, check out www.partiallyexaminedlife.com.
We also feature episodes from other podcasts by our hosts to round out your partially examined life, including Pretty Much Pop (prettymuchpop.com, covering all media), Nakedly Examined Music (nakedlyexaminedmusic.com, deconstructing songs), Philosophy vs. Improv (philosophyimprov.com, fun with performance skills and philosophical ideas), and (sub)Text (subtextpodcast.com, looking deeply at lit and film). Learn about more network podcasts at partiallyexaminedlife.com.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 02:48 UTC): Ep. 343: Plotinus the Neo-Platonist (Part Two)

Philosophize This! Image Philosophize This!
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203 episodes
2013 to 2024
Median: 28 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Capitalism and neoliberalism • Slavoj Zizek • Postmodernism • Anarchism • Human rights • Artificial intelligence • Consciousness • Ethics • Simone Weil • Guy Debord • Ralph Waldo Emerson • Meaning creation

Description (podcaster-provided): Beginner friendly if listened to in order! For anyone interested in an educational podcast about philosophy where you don't need to be a graduate-level philosopher to understand it. In chronological order, the thinkers and ideas that forged the world we live in are broken down and explained.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 01:38 UTC): Episode #203 ... Why the future is being slowly cancelled. - Postmodernism (Mark Fisher, Capitalist Realism)

Within Reason Image Within Reason
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72 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 73 minutes
Collections: PhilosophySciPhi-Adjacent

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Religion • Ethics • Science • Politics • Nihilism • Consciousness • Free speech • Historical debates • Utilitarianism • God and Christianity • Atheism • Cultural criticism • Existential questions

Description (podcaster-provided): For the curious.
A philosophy podcast that sometimes flirts with other disciplines, Within Reason has featured guests including Richard Dawkins, Douglas Murray, William Lane Craig, Peter Singer, Konstantin Kisin, and Neil deGrasse Tyson.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-16 19:26 UTC): #72 John Nelson - What Did Jesus Really Look Like?

Brain in a Vat Image Brain in a Vat
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207 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 57 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Ethics • Thought experiments • Social issues • Morality • Gender • Politics • Psychology • Technology • Immigration • Animal rights • War • Free speech • Death • Identity

Description (podcaster-provided): Thought experiments and conversations with philosophers. Hosted by Dr Jason Werbeloff and Mark Oppenheimer.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-16 17:00 UTC): Gaming and Friendship | Nicholas Baima

Robinson's Podcast Image Robinson's Podcast
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212 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 92 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Neuroscience • Quantum mechanics • History • Economics • Physics • Ethics • Mathematics • Behavioral genetics • Music • Cognitive science • Consciousness • Cosmology • Climate change • Sociopolitical issues

Description (podcaster-provided): Robinson Erhardt researches symbolic logic and the foundations of mathematics at Stanford University. Join him in conversations with philosophers, scientists, weightlifters, artists, and everyone in-between.
https://linktr.ee/robinsonerhardt Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robinson-erhardt/support

Latest episode (2024-Jun-16 16:00 UTC): 212 - Deborah Gordon: Ants, Myrmecology, and Collective Behavior

The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast Image The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
325 episodes
2016 to 2024
Median: 48 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical investigations • Ethics and morality • Existential questions • Religious discourse • Cultural critiques • Intellectual debates • Analysis of historical and contemporary philosophers • Intersections of Western and non-Western thought

Description (podcaster-provided): An 'informal and informative' philosophy podcast inspiring and supporting students, teachers, academics and free-thinkers worldwide. All episodes are available at www.thepanpsycast.com.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-16 05:00 UTC): Episode 131, 'In Defence of God's Goodness' with Jack Symes (Part I - Defeating the Evil-God Challenge)

History of Philosophy: India, Africana, China Image History of Philosophy: India, Africana, China
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
213 episodes
2015 to 2024
Median: 24 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ancient Indian, Africana, and Chinese philosophies • Historical contexts • Key philosophical texts • Influential thinkers • Social, political, and cultural themes • Interdisciplinary approaches • Insights from co-hosts and scholars

Description (podcaster-provided): Peter Adamson teams up with Jonardon Ganeri, Chike Jeffers, and Karyn Lai to represent the philosophical traditions of ancient India, Africa and the African diaspora, and classical China. Website: www.historyofphilosophy.net.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-16 04:00 UTC): HPC 08. Confucius Says: Reading the Analects

Select Episodes Image Select Episodes
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
70 episodes
2007 to 2024
Median: 50 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Ethics • Politics • Science • Literature • History • Feminism • Technology • Virtual Reality • Artificial Intelligence • Antisemitism • Cognitive Bias • Cosmology • Theology • Free Enterprise • Immortality

Description (podcaster-provided): A selection of episodes from the program that questions everything... except your intelligence. Learn more and access the complete archive at www.philosophytalk.org.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-16 00:00 UTC): This Week: Righteous Rage

Philosophy Talk Starters Image Philosophy Talk Starters
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500 episodes
2015 to 2024
Median: 10 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy discussion • Authors and their works • Historical figures • Ethical and moral questions • Science and technology • Social justice issues • Cultural analysis • Existential and metaphysical themes

Description (podcaster-provided): Bite-size episodes from the program that questions everything... except your intelligence. Learn more and access complete episodes at www.philosophytalk.org.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-16 00:00 UTC): 540: Righteous Rage

Theory & Philosophy Image Theory & Philosophy
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418 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 39 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Theory • Palestine-Israel conflict • Zionism • Social Contract • Utilitarianism • Feminism • Gender Theory • Psychoanalysis • Marxism • John Locke • Hobbes • Heidegger

Description (podcaster-provided): New Episodes Every Saturday at 4AM ET! This channel is dedicated to the distribution of ideas so that they be made accessible to anyone. Some key theoretical domains that this channel explores, but that is not limited to, include Feminism, Gender and Queer theory, Post-Structuralism, Structuralism, Psychoanalysis, Marxism, Rhetoric, Epistemology, Ontology, and Phenomenology. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphilosophy Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIq2xNjGAof0cCUaKbco6HQ

Latest episode (2024-Jun-15 08:00 UTC): Noura Erakat's "Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine" (Part 1/3)

Lucretius Today -  Epicurus and Epicurean Philosophy Image Lucretius Today - Epicurus and Epicurean Philosophy
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232 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 51 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Epicurean philosophy • Lucretius' "On The Nature of Things" • Study of Cicero's objections to Epicureanism • Norman DeWitt's "Epicurus and His Philosophy" • Ancient Greek philosophy • Interviews with scholars • Special readings

Description (podcaster-provided): Lucretius Today is a podcast dedicated to learning Epicurean philosophy through study of the poet Lucretius, who lived in the age of Julius Caesar and wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurus' ideas left to us from the ancient world. We'll walk you line by line through the six books of Lucretius' poem, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. In this podcast we won't be talking about modern political issues. How you apply Epicurus in your own life is entirely up to you. Over at the Epicureanfriends.com web forum, we apply this approach by following a set of ground rules we call "Not Neo-Epicurean, But Epicurean." Epicurean philosophy is not a religion, it''s not Stoicism, it's not Humanism, it's not Libertarianism, it's not Atheism, and it's not Marxism or any other philosophy - it is unique in the history of Western Civilization, and as we explore Lucretius's poem you'll quickly see how that is the case. The home page of this podcast is LucretiusToday.com, and there you can find a free copy of the version of the poem from which we are reading, and links to where you can discuss the poem between episodes at Epicureanfriends.com.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-15 00:18 UTC): Episode 232 - Cicero's OTNOTG - 07 - Velleius Attacks The Platonist And Aristotelian Views Of Gods

Reading Hannah Arendt with Roger Berkowitz Image Reading Hannah Arendt with Roger Berkowitz
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43 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 58 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Hannah Arendt's works • Totalitarianism • Banality of evil • Friendship • Political theory • Virtual Reading Group • Democratic revitalization • Historical analysis • Anti-political language • Fascism and Communism

Description (podcaster-provided): The Hannah Arendt Center presents the Amor Mundi Podcast. This episode, Roger Berkowitz talks with Martin Gurri, author of The Revolt of the Public and the Crisis of Authority in the New Millennium.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-14 18:31 UTC): Eichmann in Jerusalem: (Evidence And Witnesses, Ep. 11)

Stoic Coffee Break Image Stoic Coffee Break
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302 episodes
2018 to 2024
Median: 9 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Stoic principles • Personal growth • Handling challenges • Leadership • Interviews • Friendship • Overcoming fears • Self-discipline • Managing emotions • Humor • Relationships • Resilience • Philosophical insights

Description (podcaster-provided): "Act on your principles, not your moods." A weekly meditation on how Stoic principles can help you be a better human.
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Latest episode (2024-Jun-14 14:00 UTC): 301- Q&A Episode: Morning Routines, Mantras, and Quarter Life Crisis.

Philosophy Bites Image Philosophy Bites
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376 episodes
2007 to 2024
Median: 16 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): AI and ethics • Political philosophy • Historical philosophers' life and work • Morality and ethics • Feminism • Digital ethics • Transformative experiences • Free will • Consequentialism • Identity politics • Spying ethics

Description (podcaster-provided): David Edmonds (Uehiro Centre, Oxford University) and Nigel Warburton (freelance philosopher/writer) interview top philosophers on a wide range of topics. Two books based on the series have been published by Oxford University Press. We are currently self-funding - donations very welcome via our website http://www.philosophybites.com

Latest episode (2024-Jun-14 10:23 UTC): Walter Sinnott Armstrong on AI and Morality

Hotel Bar Sessions Image Hotel Bar Sessions
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153 episodes
2021 to 2024
Median: 57 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy discussions • Friendship analysis • Personhood debates • Originality exploration • Existentialist films • Contemporary issues • Radicalization • Psychoanalysis • Anthropocene critique • Academic freedom • Fun topics like hobbies and boredom

Description (podcaster-provided): where the real philosophy happens

Latest episode (2024-Jun-14 10:00 UTC): Reality TV

Plato's Cave Image Plato's Cave
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78 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 83 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy discussions • Anger and forgiveness • Moral responsibility • Free will • Existentialism • Political philosophy • Notable philosophical works • Contemporary philosophical debates • Interviews with philosophers

Description (podcaster-provided): I'm Jordan Myers and I'm a Master's student studying philosophy at the University of Houston. Plato's Cave is my attempt to exit... well, the cave. It's a philosophy podcast meant to help me guide my ascent to the real world, the truth, the place where life is worth living; and apparently that means giving up a regular job with good pay to pursue the security of the academic job market - the philosophy job market nonetheless. Join me on my journey as I cover philosophical works and speak with the best philosophical minds I can convince to come on the show!

Latest episode (2024-Jun-14 10:00 UTC): Ep. 73 - Chris Franklin: Valuing (Angry) Blame

Philosopher's Zone Image Philosopher's Zone
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
241 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 28 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Emotions • Political engagement and civil disobedience • Time perception • Philosophical traditions in tough times • Women philosophers • Neofeudalism • Obedience • Academic scandals • Friendship • Transgender experience • Race and identity • Libertarianism • Free speech • AI and technology • Moral philosophy • Ancient and modern philosophy • Freedom and liberty concepts

Description (podcaster-provided): The simplest questions often have the most complex answers. The Philosopher's Zone is your guide through the strange thickets of logic, metaphysics and ethics.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-14 06:45 UTC): The philosophy of emotions

Cows in the field Image Cows in the field
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118 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 80 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Movie discussions • Philosophical themes • Film analysis • Art and culture • Celebrity guests • Thoughtful commentary • Film theory • Pop culture references • Fan perspectives

Description (podcaster-provided): A movie podcast inspired by a Werner Herzog quote, “We have to articulate ourselves, otherwise we would be cows in the field.” Hosted by Justin Khoo (professor of philosophy at MIT) and Laura Khoo (art historian turned fundraiser).

Latest episode (2024-Jun-14 04:00 UTC): 117. Bull Durham (w/ Noah Gittell)

The Academic Imperfectionist Image The Academic Imperfectionist
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88 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 18 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Perfectionism pitfalls and solutions • Self-compassion strategies • Productivity and writing tips • Overcoming guilt and fear • Balancing life and work • Personal growth insights • Managing emotions and stress

Description (podcaster-provided): The Academic Imperfectionist combines philosophical analysis and coaching insights to help you dump perfectionism and flourish on your own terms. Your host is Dr Rebecca Roache, a coach and Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of London.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-14 04:00 UTC): #88: How to be a quitter

Parker's Pensées Image Parker's Pensées
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265 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 74 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): philosophy • theology • artificial intelligence • ethics • consciousness • theism • science fiction • classic literature • stoicism • political philosophy • metaphysics

Description (podcaster-provided): Become a Paid Subscriber to listen to ad free episodes: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/parkers-pensees/subscribe
Exploring the deepest ideas in philosophy, theology, nature, and life with the experts. Come think with me!

Latest episode (2024-Jun-14 02:02 UTC): Ep. 260 - Was Jesus a Philosopher? w/Dr. Daniel Napier

Weird Studies Image Weird Studies
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182 episodes
2018 to 2024
Median: 78 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Art and philosophy discussions • Exploration of beauty and horror • Film and literature analyses • Unique storytelling techniques • Philosophical concepts in modern culture • Occult and paranormal topics • Interdisciplinary examinations

Description (podcaster-provided): Professor Phil Ford and writer J. F. Martel host a series of conversations on art and philosophy, dwelling on ideas that are hard to think and art that opens up rifts in what we are pleased to call "reality."

Latest episode (2024-Jun-14 01:00 UTC): Episode 171: The Beauty and the Horror

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187 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 73 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Critical theory • Philosophy • Culture • Politics • Zizek • Simone DeBeauvoir • Existentialism • Ecomarxism • Schopenhauer • Christianity • Democracy • Walter Benjamin • Art • Fanon • Systems Theory • Rousseau

Description (podcaster-provided): The Pill Pod is hosted by a group of PhDs offering their irreverent (and unsolicited) takes on critical theory, philosophy, culture, and politics.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-13 13:00 UTC): Pill Pod 171 - Zizek Goes Monarchist

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155 episodes
1998 to 2024
Median: 42 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical theories and themes • Influential philosophers • Ethical dilemmas • Historical context of ideas • Intellectual history • Moral philosophy • Political philosophy • Ancient to modern thought • Key philosophical texts

Description (podcaster-provided): From Altruism to Wittgenstein, philosophers, theories and key themes.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-13 09:15 UTC): Philippa Foot

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6 episodes
2024
Median: 62 minutes
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Themes (AI-generated): Ethical living • Fulfillment and happiness • Influential figures • Activism • Decision-making • Music and art • Historical perspectives • Animal rights • Human condition • Love and intellect

Description (podcaster-provided): Lives Well Lived is hosted by Peter Singer & Kasia de Lazari Radek. Episodes consist of interviews with remarkable guests who have lived well, both in the sense of living an ethical life, but also in that they are fulfilled and happy with what they have achieved in their lives. Some of these guests will be well-known figures, but others who are doing extraordinary things will be unfamiliar to almost all of our listeners. The conversations will often cover ground that involves ethics, how to live well, and how to make a positive difference in the world. It will inspire and empower its audience to change their own lives for the better.
Executive Producer - Rachel Barrett
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Latest episode (2024-Jun-13 06:44 UTC): JUDY COLLINS: the life of an artist

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239 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 53 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethical dilemmas • Social issues • Political events • Moral questions • Cultural analysis • Technology impacts • Historical cases • Human behavior

Description (podcaster-provided): In a world marked by wicked social problems, The Minefield helps you negotiate the ethical dilemmas, contradictory claims and unacknowledged complicities of modern life.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-12 18:00 UTC): Is the rise of the far right in Europe inevitable? It’s complicated

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76 episodes
2021 to 2024
Median: 63 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Intellectual debates • Philosophy and economics • Cultural analysis • Societal issues • Expert guest discussions • Cognitive biases • Ethical dilemmas • Emotional exploration • Technological impacts • Existential questions

Description (podcaster-provided): Imagine two smart curious friendly and basically truth-seeking people, but from very different intellectual traditions. Traditions with different tools, priorities, and ground rules. What would they discuss? Would they talk past each other? Make any progress? Would anyone want to hear them? Economist Robin Hanson and philosopher Agnes Callard decided to find out.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-12 17:52 UTC): Protest (Agnes Callard & Robin Hanson)

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100 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 27 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Cosmology • Consciousness • Human Evolution • Neuroscience • Physics • Mathematics • Theology • Creativity • AI • Eastern Traditions

Description (podcaster-provided): Closer To Truth presents the world’s greatest thinkers exploring humanity’s deepest questions in Cosmos, Life, Consciousness, and Meaning. Engage new and diverse ways of thinking. Appreciate intense debates. Seek your own answers.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-12 11:00 UTC): Brian Swimme on Consciousness, Cultural Evolution, and the Noosphere

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34 episodes
2023 to 2024
Median: 5 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Greco-Roman philosophy • concepts of happiness • ethics and morality • determinism and free will • courage and bravery • soul and mortality • reason vs. inspiration • nature of pleasure • philosophical discussions

Description (podcaster-provided): Practical Wisdom is a short weekly podcast produced by Prof. Massimo Pigliucci of the City College of New York. The idea is to sample the philosophical writings of a wide range of Greco-Roman authors in search of insights that may be useful for modern life. Currently, we are examining five works: Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics; Cicero’s Tusculan Disputations; Epictetus’s Discourses; Epicurus’s Being Happy (letters and aphorisms); and Plato’s early Socratic dialogues (Ion, Laches, Lysis, Charmides, Hippias Major, Hippias Minor, and Euthydemus). Available also on Apple, Google, and Spotify.
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Latest episode (2024-Jun-12 10:00 UTC): Aristotle on who can be happy

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208 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 64 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Political philosophy • Literature analysis • Historical context • Interviews with scholars • Classical and modern thought • Plato • Shakespeare • Leo Strauss • Nietzsche • Confucius • Film & media interpretations

Description (podcaster-provided): The New Thinkery is a podcast devoted to political philosophy and its history, along with its many guises in literature, film, and human experience generally. Named after Socrates’ infamous “Thinkery” in Aristophanes’ Clouds, The New Thinkery strikes a balance between the seriousness of academia and the playfulness of casual conversation among friends.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-12 09:30 UTC): Leo Strauss' What Is Political Philosophy?, Part III

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146 episodes
2021 to 2024
Median: 5 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Guided meditations • Stoic philosophy explanations • Quotes from Seneca and Marcus Aurelius • Stoic responses to challenges • Interviews with Stoicism enthusiasts • Reading Marcus Aurelius's Meditations

Description (podcaster-provided): Using Stoic philosophy to help you (and me): LEARN from the past, PLAN for the future, LIVE in the present.
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Latest episode (2024-Jun-12 06:45 UTC): Guided Contemplation - Embrace Your Insignificance

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99 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 23 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy discussions in accessible language • Age and aging • Freewill and determinism • Existentialism • AI and technology • Essence and identity • Interviews and special guest appearances • Pop culture references • Critical thinking and morality

Description (podcaster-provided): What is Philosophy? Why should we bother with it? Sit down with Danny and Dr. Mike in the comfort of their local pub, as they grapple with the big ideas in a unique and accessible way! Dive into our archive of earlier episodes here: https://castbox.fm/channel/id3766780?country=gb Send us an email: [email protected] Check out our article about the podcast here! Get into Mike and Danny's heads for free! https://blog.apaonline.org/2018/10/03/the-philosophy-wtf-podcast-philosophy-outside-academia/
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Latest episode (2024-Jun-12 04:39 UTC): Episode 216: Age and Aging Part 3

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290 episodes
2012 to 2024
Median: 90 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethics • Philosophy • Psychology • Pop Culture • Literature Analysis • Film Discussions • Moral Philosophy • Cognitive Science • Existential Questions • Social Issues • Mysticism

Description (podcaster-provided): Very Bad Wizards is a podcast featuring a philosopher (Tamler Sommers) and a psychologist (David Pizarro), who share a love for ethics, pop culture, and cognitive science, and who have a marked inability to distinguish sacred from profane. Each podcast includes discussions of moral philosophy, recent work on moral psychology and neuroscience, and the overlap between the two.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-11 18:58 UTC): Episode 286: Laugh and the World Laughs With You

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201 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 75 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Evidence and reason • Sentient beings compassion • Human and animal rights • Environmental ethics • Secularism and spirituality • Social and moral philosophy • Effective altruism • Artificial intelligence • Activism and advocacy

Description (podcaster-provided): We discuss the biggest questions: "what's real?", "who matters?" and "how to make a better world?" with scientists, celebrities, activists, writers and philosophers.
The Sentientism worldview is "evidence, reason and compassion for all sentient beings." It's a simple, yet radical, philosophy that's grounded in reality (naturalistic epistemology) and has compassion for all sentient beings (mostly human and non-human animals)? Naturalism & sentiocentrism combined.
Find out more at https://sentientism.info/ or join a group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sentientism. Also on YouTube!

Latest episode (2024-Jun-11 18:05 UTC): "The Solutionary Way... we can't wait!" - Zoe Weil - Institute for Humane Education - Sentientism 201

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423 episodes
2016 to 2024
Median: 36 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy themes • Consciousness and perception • Science vs. philosophy • Conspiracy theories • Emergence and complexity • Gender and identity debates • Morality and ethics • Enlightenment ideals • Existential topics

Description (podcaster-provided): Philosophy for our Times is a free philosophy podcast bringing you the latest talks and debates from the world’s leading thinkers. We host weekly episodes on today’s biggest ideas in news, society, culture, politics, science and arts. Subscribe today to never miss an episode.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-11 16:00 UTC): Consciousness - a science or a philosophy? | Avshalom Elitzur

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169 episodes
2021 to 2024
Median: 88 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Nietzsche's philosophy • Schopenhauer's influence • Connections with other philosophers: Jung, Freud, Pascal, Spinoza, Montaigne • Interpretation of Nietzsche's works • Existential and psychological analysis • Cultural commentary through a philosophical lens

Description (podcaster-provided): A podcast about Nietzsche's ideas, his influences, and those he influenced. Philosophy and cultural commentary through a Nietzschean lens.
Support the show at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/untimelyreflections
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Latest episode (2024-Jun-11 13:15 UTC): 96: Nietzsche as Educator

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84 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 102 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical analysis of films • Discussions on themes in popular movies • Segment breakdowns including production notes and synopses • In-depth exploration of justice, identity, consumerism, love, free will, and morality

Description (podcaster-provided): A fun and accessible podcast that explores philosophical ideas and themes in popular films. Come join the conversation at "Philosophy in Film"!

Latest episode (2024-Jun-11 12:00 UTC): Philosophy In Film - 084 - Anatomy of a Fall

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93 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 61 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy’s radical histories • Contemporary political theory • Revolutionary violence • Climate change • Marxist criticism • Right-wing political thought • Feminist philosophy • Antifascism • Analytical Marxism • Liberalism critique

Description (podcaster-provided): In What’s Left of Philosophy Gil Morejón (@gdmorejon), Lillian Cicerchia (@lilcicerch), Owen Glyn-Williams (@oglynwil), and William Paris (@williammparis) discuss philosophy’s radical histories and contemporary political theory. Philosophy isn't dead, but what's left? Support us at patreon.com/leftofphilosophy

Latest episode (2024-Jun-11 10:00 UTC): 91 | Fanon’s Dialectic of Violence

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17 episodes
2012 to 2024
Median: 41 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethics of AI • Democracy and civic identity • Globalization and inequality • Free speech limits • Automation impact on work • Climate change responsibility • National borders • Voting and political participation • Health incentives • Fair pay • University admissions • Welfare and American Dream • Immigration issues

Description (podcaster-provided): Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandel examines the thinking behind a current controversy.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-11 08:32 UTC): The Ethics of AI

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89 episodes
2021 to 2024
Median: 58 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy discussions • Guest interviews • Historical philosophers • Character and virtue • Morality • Stoicism • Religious experiences • Feminism in philosophy • Political philosophy • Aesthetics • Love and relationships • Literary connections.

Description (podcaster-provided): Andrew has a degree in philosophy, Taylor is working on a degree in philosophy, and Mr. Parsons taught philosophy to them both. Together they explore philosophy and its application to life, so come along! The door is always open. Open Door Philosophy on Open Door Philosophy on Instagram @opendoorphilosophyOpen Door Philosophy website at opendoorphilosophy.comContact us via email at [email protected]

Latest episode (2024-Jun-11 05:00 UTC): Ep. 85 Character and Virtue with Guest Christian Miller

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168 episodes
2017 to 2024
Median: 77 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Continental philosophy • Psychoanalytic theory • Cultural critique • Film analysis • Modern literature • Political philosophy • Psychoanalytic concepts • Christmas films • Capitalist society dynamics

Description (podcaster-provided): Why Theory brings continental philosophy and psychoanalytic theory together to examine cultural phenomena.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-11 02:02 UTC): Prequel

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20 episodes
2023 to 2024
Median: 76 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical discussions on everyday topics • Ethics of lying, democracy, and privacy • Role of luck, offense, and race in modern life • War crimes, nonhuman rights, and dehumanization • Philosophy in education and gaming

Description (podcaster-provided): Join us each month as we engage in philosophical discussions about the most common-place topics with host Jack Russell Weinstein, professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at the University of North Dakota. He is the director of The Institute for Philosophy in Public Life.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-10 19:20 UTC): ALERT ... refresh for "Is America's Democracy Failing"

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2020 to 2024
Median: 26 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethical questions in education • Mentoring • Sex education • Higher education equity • Faculty social media use • HBCUs • Divisive concepts • College in prison • Teacher strikes • Educational opportunity • Doctoral admissions ethics

Description (podcaster-provided): How should we be thinking about ethical questions in education? Conversations and features with philosophers and education researchers. From classroom dilemmas to policy decisions, K-12 through higher ed.
We also make teaching guides to use in sociology, education, and philosophy classes. Available on our website.
Produced by the Center for Ethics and Education in WCER at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, thanks to funding from the Spencer Foundation.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-10 13:43 UTC): Why Mentoring Matters | Harry Brighouse and Diamond Lannaman (Higher Ed)

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372 episodes
2011 to 2024
Median: 66 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy interviews • AI and rational machines • Housing crisis and justice • Neo-Daoist philosophy • Ecological brain theory • Private censorship • Phenomenology and identity • Philosophy of swearing • Biological essentialism • Democracy and knowledge • Medieval Buddhism • Emotions and rationality • Social equity • Prison abolition • Interdisciplinary science • Smartphone effects • Internet epistemology

Description (podcaster-provided): Interview with Philosophers about their New Books
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Latest episode (2024-Jun-10 08:00 UTC): Cameron J. Buckner, "From Deep Learning to Rational Machines" (Oxford UP, 2023)

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145 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 46 minutes
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Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Psychology • Self-improvement • Relationships • Law and justice • Creative writing • True crime • Fitness and health • Marketing • Education • Ethics • Faith and spirituality

Description (podcaster-provided): Good Is In The Details is hosted by Gwendolyn Dolske, Ph.D and Rudy Salo. We believe that being curious and satisfying your curiosity is the key to happiness. Every episode is a discussion with an expert where we are learning what we didn't know we didn't know. Join us in gaining a bit of wisdom, health tips, lessons on self-improvement, and some laughter in between.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-09 04:46 UTC): What Makes Decisions Difficult?

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454 episodes
2010 to 2024
Median: 22 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): History of philosophy • Humanism • Scholasticism • Reformation and Counter-Reformation • Mysticism • Science and medicine in the Renaissance • Political and religious thought • Skepticism • Literary and philosophical intersections • Women's contributions

Description (podcaster-provided): Peter Adamson, Professor of Philosophy at the LMU in Munich and at King’s College London, takes listeners through the history of philosophy, ”without any gaps.” The series looks at the ideas, lives and historical context of the major philosophers as well as the lesser-known figures of the tradition. www.historyofphilosophy.net. NOTE: iTunes shows only the most recent 300 episodes; subscribe on iTunes or go to a different platform for the whole series.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-09 04:00 UTC): HoP 447 - Andrés Messmer on Spanish Protestantism

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311 episodes
2018 to 2024
Median: 46 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Analysis of conspiracy theories • Philosophy • Humorous commentary • Book reviews • Historical events • Pop culture references • Spies • Technology • Politics • Interview with experts

Description (podcaster-provided): A humorous and informative analysis of conspiracy theories new and old by Josh Addison and Associate Professor of Philosophy (and conspiracy theory theorist) M R. X. Dentith.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-08 04:25 UTC): Neil Levy's "Bad Beliefs" 3: Believe Bad with a Vengeance

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83 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 67 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Literature • Philosophy • Theology • Poets and Poetry • Classic and Contemporary Novels • Moral Psychology • Virtue Ethics • Intellectual Transformation • Tragic and Confessional Works • Author and Character Studies

Description (podcaster-provided): Podcast by Sacred and Profane Love

Latest episode (2024-Jun-07 19:53 UTC): Episode 70: The Poetry of John Donne w/ Lars Engle

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241 episodes
2015 to 2024

Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Feminism • Lesbian culture • Women's history • Ethics • Artificial Intelligence • Mental health • Social justice • Animal welfare • Environmental issues • Grief • Empathy • Human rights

Description (podcaster-provided): Food for Thought, lets get radical for philosophy!

Latest episode (2024-Jun-05 08:00 UTC): Lesbian Archives - Jean Taylor

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119 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 51 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy discussions • Plato vs. Aristotle • Postmodernism • Atheism • Music analysis • Artificial Intelligence • Ethics of violence • Human nature • Friendship • Love • Sensation • Memory • Technology • Teaching and learning • Paradoxes

Description (podcaster-provided): A philosophy podcast made by two professors from NJ. An extension of the Public Philosophy Project -- a community-building and educational organization dedicated to spreading philosophical discussion beyond academia and into everyday life. For questions or suggestions for future episodes: [email protected]. Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/publicphilosophyproject

Latest episode (2024-Jun-04 11:00 UTC): Ep. 117: Ancient Metaphysics (Part II)

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2021 to 2024
Median: 11 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Metaphysics discussions • Philosophy of science analysis • Modal logic debates • Quantum mechanics examination • AI and technology risks • Biological and biochemical functions • Substance and individuality exploration

Description (podcaster-provided): Condensing recent work in metaphysics and the philosophy of science down to what matters. Hosted by Dr Sam Kimpton-Nye, research associate on the MetaScience project (ERC, Horizon 2020, grant agreement No 771509; www.metascience.xyz) at the Unversity of Bristol. Music: NaturesEye from Pixabay. Art: Francesca Smith

Latest episode (2024-Jun-04 09:00 UTC): 37: "Why Being Necessary Really Is Not the Same As Being Not Possibly Not", Dana Goswick

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5 episodes
2024
Median: 87 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Chinese philosophy • Confucian texts • Zhuangzi dialogues • Moral self-cultivation • Persuasion techniques • Oneness concept • Detachment • Shame in ethics • Scholar interviews • Traditional commentaries

Description (podcaster-provided): This Is The Way is a podcast on Chinese philosophy, exploring philosophical themes by reflecting on significant Chinese texts and through interviews with scholars of Chinese thought. We aim to offer discussions that are informative and accessible to a broad audience.
Please email us at: [email protected] and follow us on X @ChinesePhilPod

Latest episode (2024-Jun-02 13:00 UTC): Episode 5: Cultivation and the Autobiography of Confucius

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48 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 23 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Graduate philosophy student experiences • Research topics in philosophy • Personal backgrounds and life stories • Ethics, epistemology, and ontology • Publishing and academic career tips • Public philosophy and outreach

Description (podcaster-provided): The Philosopher's Nest is a podcast created by Kyle van Oosterum and Lewis Williams, two graduate students in philosophy at the University of Oxford. Our podcast is dedicated to showcasing the work, insights, and experiences of graduate students in philosophy. In each episode we talk with a different graduate philosophy student about their research and their views on the discipline of philosophy as it is practised today.

Latest episode (2024-May-31 15:17 UTC): End of Season Announcement

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30 episodes
2021 to 2024
Median: 25 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Linguistic theory • Political ideology • Language renewal • American pragmatism • Historical documentation • Sociolinguistic contributions • Structuralism • Generative grammar • Creole studies • British linguistics • Semiotics • Phonetics • Ethnomethodology • Conversation analysis

Description (podcaster-provided): History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences explores the history of the study of language in its varied social and cultural contexts.

Latest episode (2024-May-31 14:00 UTC): Podcast episode 40: Interview with Nick Riemer on politics, linguistics and ideology

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2024
Median: 29 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy of science discussions • Interviews with philosophers and researchers • Topics: attention, perception, action, schizophrenia, introspection, physics, biology, epistemology • Upcoming conferences • Visiting fellows' work

Description (podcaster-provided): The mission of the Center for Philosophy of Science is to foster the development of the best, new work in philosophy of science. In so far as the flourishing of philosophy of science internationally will generate more of the best work in philosophy of science, The Center seeks to propagate an understanding of the methods and achievements of this work to a broader academic audience.
This podcast is to promote our work, as well as the work of our visiting fellows and guests of the Center.
All music has been obtained through a paid license on motionarray.com

Latest episode (2024-May-31 04:00 UTC): Conversations at the Center: Edouard Machery & Wayne Wu

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85 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 42 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Free will philosophy • moral responsibility • compatibility with determinism • neuroethics • legal implications • psychopathy • incarceration • narrative capacities • manipulation arguments • moral luck • theological perspectives

Description (podcaster-provided): Do any of us really have free will? What does it mean to have free will, anyway? Is free will compatible with determinism? Hasn’t science disproved free will? How could we have free will if God exists and foreknows everything that we will ever do? The Free Will Show provides a beginner-friendly introduction to the topic of free will while at the same time exposing listeners to cutting-edge developments on the topic. Hosted by a couple of philosophers, Taylor Cyr and Matt Flummer, The Free Will Show features interviews with guests on a diverse array of issues relating to free will, including issues in science and theology. thefreewillshow.com

Latest episode (2024-May-30 10:00 UTC): Episode 80: Instrumentalist Accounts of Moral Responsibility with Anneli Jefferson

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42 episodes
2023 to 2024
Median: 24 minutes
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Themes (AI-generated): Contemporary issues in science • Philosophy of science • History of science • Open Science • Replication crisis • Geosciences • Indigenous studies • Public health • Scientific controversies • Epistemic practices

Description (podcaster-provided): Leading scholars in History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science (HPS) introduce contemporary topics for a general audience. Developed by scholars and students in the HPS program at the University of Melbourne. Episodes released weekly. 
Current Hosts: Samara Greenwood and Carmelina Contarino.

Latest episode (2024-May-29 19:00 UTC): S3 Ep 12 - Sabina Leonelli on 'The Philosophy of Open Science'

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35 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 85 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Interviews with experts • Philosophy of Karl Popper • Discussions on science and pseudoscience • Debates on rationalism and irrationalism • Historical and philosophical analysis • Critical rationalism • Evolutionary theory • Quantum mechanics • Freudian psychoanalysis

Description (podcaster-provided): Interviewing academics, professionals and other experts, The Popperian Podcast is a monthly podcast where Jed Lea-Henry looks into the philosophy and life of Karl Popper.

Latest episode (2024-May-29 01:27 UTC): The Popperian Podcast #35 – David Edmonds – ‘Murder in the Vienna Circle’

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69 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 74 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical discussions • Political conflicts • Palestine and Israel themes • Ethical dilemmas • Interviews with thinkers and writers • Social issues exploration • Personal essays • Historical analogies • Free speech debates • Technology impact

Description (podcaster-provided): Solving the problems of what to do next with some of today's top thinkers and writers.
Hosted by Jay Shapiro.

Latest episode (2024-May-28 11:40 UTC): Do you condemn Hamas? (a serious answer)

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10 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 57 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethical theory discussions • Practical philosophy topics • Fanaticism and devotion • Veganism ethics • Emotional reactions • Confucian rituals • Gamete donation ethics • Prophetic pragmatism • Grief philosophy • Determinism and morality • Human development • Virtue and meaning

Description (podcaster-provided): Critical Discussions of recent articles in ethics and practical philosophy.
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Latest episode (2024-May-28 10:00 UTC): Fanaticism, Devotion, and Nihilism

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200 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 67 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy discussions • Personal growth • Mental health • Traumatic experiences • Literary analysis • Ethical dilemmas • Psychological insights • Cultural critiques • Historical perspectives • Interview format • Expert guests

Description (podcaster-provided): Seize the Moment Podcast, hosted by Leon Garber and Alen Ulman, is a project centered around making the most important and useful ideas in psychology, philosophy, and personal development mainstream. We feature guests from all walks of life whether they be artists, musicians, comedians, entrepreneurs, philosophers, psychologists and many more. There is a saying, “the most essential knowledge is not yet made widely accessible.” We want to make that information accessible and change as many lives for the better as possible.
Leon Garber is a philosophical writer, contemplating and elucidating the deep recesses of man's soul. He is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor/Psychotherapist — specializing in Existential Psychotherapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and Trauma Therapy — and manages a blog exploring issues of death, self-esteem, love, freedom, life-meaning, and mental health/mental illness, from both empirical and personal viewpoints.
Alen Ulman is a content creator and life long auto-didact. Alen manages the page Ego Ends Now which is a growing community for expanding consciousness with vital information about science, medicine, self actualization, philosophy, psychology and methods to overcome identification with compulsive thought. The purpose of Ego Ends Now is to make sure to give everyone in it's community every tool available to add levity in their own lives, making it a very real possibility for them to create a life of their own design, and help impact the world and our global community positively.

Latest episode (2024-May-26 14:44 UTC): Roberto Olivardia - Beyond the Diagnosis: Experiencing and Managing ADHD | STM Podcast #215

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147 episodes
2013 to 2024
Median: 43 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy talks • Ethics • Epistemology • Moral theories • Feminism • Logic • Aesthetics • Metaphysics • Social power • Scientific reasoning • Knowledge and truth • Empathy • Consent • Responsibility

Description (podcaster-provided): Recordings of talks at the Faculty of Philosophy Moral Sciences Club.

Latest episode (2024-May-22 08:21 UTC): Beyond Derogation and Offense: Coarseness

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25 episodes
2023 to 2024
Median: 58 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Science • Interviews • Research discussions • Ethics • Animal consciousness • Cognitive enhancement • Moral motivations • Free will • Evolution • AI in agriculture • Academic tributes • Bodybuilding ethics

Description (podcaster-provided): Dr. Walter Veit is a lecturer in philosophy at the University of Reading. This podcast features conversations, interviews, talks, and lectures about philosophy, science, as well as his own research.
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Latest episode (2024-May-20 12:12 UTC): #25 - Evolution of multicellularity: cheating done right - PART 1

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13 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 17 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Regretful decisions • Ethical dilemmas • Provocative ideas • International speakers • Personal stories • Thought-provoking topics • Refugee crisis • Relationship endings • Vigilantism reconsidered • Bad investments • Unintentional consequences • Creative sound responses

Description (podcaster-provided): True stories each week of the things we wish we hadn’t done. Smart, dark, wry, and surprising, this is a show for anyone who’s made a big decision or regretted a small one. Hosted by philosopher Eleanor Gordon-Smith and produced by The Ethics Centre.

Latest episode (2024-May-20 05:48 UTC): Step into a sanctuary at FODI 2024

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37 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 50 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Stoicism application • Philosophy discussions • Cognitive-behavioral therapy • Self-improvement strategies • Ancient wisdom • Historical figures • Psychological resilience • Sports mindset • Epistemology techniques • Modern issues contextualization

Description (podcaster-provided): Donald Robertson, the author of "How to Think Like a Roman Emperor", and a cognitive-behavioral therapist, talks about how to apply Stoicism in the modern world, discussing philosophy, psychology and self-improvement with guests from all walks of life. Available on Google and Apple podcasts.
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Latest episode (2024-May-09 07:23 UTC): How Stoicism can Save Democracy

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50 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 80 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): interdisciplinary philosophy • Plato's Allegory of the Cave • interviews with experts • philosophy, art, and science • cognitive modeling • climate science • trauma and psychology • media studies • education and ethics • environmental philosophy

Description (podcaster-provided): A course in interdisciplinarity by Mario Veen. In each episode I travel through Plato's Allegory of the Cave together with a guide. Together, we examine the question of what it means to learn, grow and develop in life on earth. We do so from a new perspective every time. You can use this course to study whatever interests you through the lens of philosophy, film, art, physics, spirituality and many more. All you need is the willingness to think things through and the openness to have your preconceived notions challenged.
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Latest episode (2024-Apr-30 18:11 UTC): Episode 45 - Value in the Metacrisis with Zak Stein

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20 episodes
2021 to 2024
Median: 43 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Underrepresented philosophers • Historical perspectives • Existentialist themes • Social identity and difference • Racism and abolitionism • Feminism and gender justice • Indigenous philosophies • Educational philosophies • Genealogies of thought • Contemplative traditions

Description (podcaster-provided): New Voices is a podcast from the Extending New Narratives in the History of Philosophy Partnership, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. newnarrativesinphilosophy.net
This podcast consists of conversations about philosophers from groups that have been underrepresented and excluded in the history of European and Western philosophy: their views, what is interesting and unique about them, and how they fit in to the periods that they were apart of. We also talk about what it is actually like to learn about and promote these ideas as a philosopher today: what benefits there are, what challenges there are, and just how to get going on this work.

Latest episode (2024-Apr-29 04:08 UTC): Season 4, Episode 1: Germaine de Staël's life and philosophy: Interview with Kristin Gjesdal

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18 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 17 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Exploring complex philosophical and cultural themes • Analyzing modern society, technology, and media • Deconstructing popular films and literature • Discussing AI, free will, and consciousness • Reflecting on human narratives and identity

Description (podcaster-provided): chaotically curious. tragically confused. simulated enigma. i write about the thing.

Latest episode (2024-Apr-28 21:30 UTC): Podcast Daddy

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25 episodes
2021 to 2024
Median: 119 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Consciousness debates • Philosophical perspectives • Neuroscience insights • Illusionism vs panpsychism • Free will • Mystical experiences • Integrated Information Theory • Materialism • Idealism • Dualism

Description (podcaster-provided): Philip Goff is a philosopher who thinks consciousness pervades the universe. Keith Frankish is a philosopher who thinks consciousness* doesn't even exist. From their very different perspectives, Keith and Philip interview leading scientists and philosophers of consciousness, engaging and debating in a friendly way in pursuit of truth. Mind Chat aims to be highly accessible, allowing those with no background in science and/or philosophy to get a grip on the cutting edge of the field.
(*To be more precise, Keith thinks *phenomenal* consciousness doesn't exist; listen to find out what this is.)

Latest episode (2024-Apr-28 20:38 UTC): Sarah Lane-Ritchie & Aidan Lyon: What Can Psychedelics Tell Us About Mind & Reality?

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156 episodes
2018 to 2024
Median: 71 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Political philosophy • Historical analysis • Political ideologies • Free will • Religious perspectives • Social justice issues • Democratic theory • Current political events • Interviews with experts • Listener questions

Description (podcaster-provided): Podcast by Toby Buckle

Latest episode (2024-Apr-28 13:08 UTC): THE POLITICAL RIGHT & EQUALITY With MattMcManus

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176 episodes
2018 to 2024
Median: 12 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy of religion • Explorations of faith and belief • Analysis of philosophers • Reflections on holidays • Episodes on historical figures • Contemplations on silence and existence • Discussions of life and death

Description (podcaster-provided): Red Letter Philosophy is a philosophy of religion podcast exploring the depths of the human heart, the exaltations of the soul, and the mystery of God.

Latest episode (2024-Apr-26 23:35 UTC): Deus Absconditus

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81 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 24 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Hegelian philosophy • psychology and Jung • metaphysics • science, including cosmology and AI • spirituality and religion • societal critiques • philosophical debates • process philosophies • mind-body connection • free will

Description (podcaster-provided): Gregory Novak explores philosophy, psychology, and science with an emphasis on Hegel. For seekers and scholars alike.

Latest episode (2024-Apr-14 20:00 UTC): 081 - The Fermi Paradox - Are We Alone in the Universe? Can Rationality Ever be Alone?

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149 episodes
2009 to 2024
Median: 37 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy discussions • Ethics • Metaphysics • Social and political philosophy • Gender issues • Cognitive science • Psychology • Logic • Epistemology • Conversations with scholars • Examination of philosophical theories

Description (podcaster-provided): Elucidations is an unexpected philosophy podcast produced in association with Emergent Ventures. Every episode, Matt Teichman temporarily transforms himself back into a student and tries to learn the basics of some topic from a person of philosophical interest.
Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Latest episode (2024-Apr-14 15:53 UTC): Episode 149: Lainie Ross and Christos Lazaridis talk about defining death

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136 episodes
2009 to 2024
Median: 47 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Practical ethics • Morality and personality • Medical ethics • AI and democracy • Genetic engineering • Healthcare dilemmas • Mind reading • Consent and autonomy • Animal ethics • Bioethics in politics • Neuroethics

Description (podcaster-provided): A selection of seminars and special lectures on wide-ranging topics relating to practical ethics. The Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics was established in 2002 with the support of the Uehiro Foundation on Ethics and Education of Japan. It is an integral part of the philosophy faculty of Oxford University, one of the great centres of academic excellence in philosophical ethics.

Latest episode (2024-Mar-28 09:35 UTC): The Vagueness of Demandingness Objections

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146 episodes
2016 to 2024
Median: 21 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethics for kids and parents • Moral dilemmas • Decision-making • Everyday questions • Friendship issues • Money matters • Technology's role • Imaginative scenarios • Social and personal responsibility

Description (podcaster-provided): A fast-paced fun-filled ethics podcast for kids and their parents that asks those curly questions. From banning lollies to trusting robots, and from colonising other planets to eating pets, Short & Curly covers it all.

Latest episode (2024-Mar-28 07:30 UTC): Should you listen to good music made by a bad person?

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63 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 31 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Science • Ethics • Social issues • Politics • Epistemology • Metaphysics • Gender studies • Logic • Rights • Law • Stoicism • Anarchism • Free speech • Digital ethics

Description (podcaster-provided): A Podcast Created by Glasgow University Philosophy Students. In every episode, we explore a different philosophical topic with the help of an expert. Whether you're new to philosophy or already love the subject, we look forward to embarking on this philosophical journey together!

Latest episode (2024-Mar-22 12:36 UTC): Ep. 53 Natural Kinds ft. Tuomas Tahko

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28 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 49 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethics of human enhancement • AI and superintelligence • Philosophical implications of advanced technology • Existential risks • Evolutionary scenarios • Technological revolutions • Transhumanism • Digital minds and society

Description (podcaster-provided): Audio narrations of academic papers by Nick Bostrom.

Latest episode (2024-Mar-18 07:56 UTC): Deep Utopia: Life and Meaning in a Solved World (2024)

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100 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 98 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy discussions • Political analysis • Cultural critiques • Religion and ethics • Interviews with experts • Film and TV reviews • Rants and recommendations

Description (podcaster-provided): Two dudes from SoCal who studied philosophy, politics, and religion around the globe who decided to start a podcast where we could bullshit with impunity.

Latest episode (2024-Feb-20 01:11 UTC): "What’s Up With Old Men? On Gerontocracy" - OaD Ep. 186

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37 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 46 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy tools and ideas • Political theory • Ethics of food • Personal identity • Thought experiments • Interviews with philosophers • Political liberalism • Animal rights • Idealism and critiques • Ghosts and metaphysics

Description (podcaster-provided): A seasonal podcast that brings the ideas and tools of philosophy to everyone. Featuring interviews with professional philosophers, personal stories, and lots of fun thought experiments. We'll start with about 5 episodes per season.
Monads are shorts that tend to involve less production than full seasonal episodes.
Contact us at [email protected]
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Latest episode (2024-Feb-02 18:54 UTC): 34 - Andrew does Improv - Liberalism

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8 episodes
2021 to 2024
Median: 63 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical discussions • Urban issues • New York's social dynamics • City development • Civic engagement • Political analysis • Food justice • Rights and democracy • Cultural critiques • Notable figures’ interviews

Description (podcaster-provided): The Phi on New York podcast deciphers the words that city's philosophers (and other prophets) have written on the subway walls. Through in-depth conversations about the ideas, issues, and challenges that shape lives of New Yorkers, we try to understand what the city is and what it might become.
Produced by Joseph S. Biehl
Original music by Jay Spero
Intro voiceover by Mike "Sport" Murphy
Logo art by Mary Ann Biehl

Latest episode (2024-Jan-31 00:00 UTC): Ross Barkan on The State of the City

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65 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 34 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethical dilemmas • Medical decision-making • Patient rights • Vulnerable populations • Controversial medical cases • Ethical controversies • Bioethics history • Healthcare provider conflicts • Legal issues in medicine • Maternal-fetal conflicts

Description (podcaster-provided): Bioethics for the People Podcast is for anyone interested in bioethics. Wait, not sure what bioethics is? We are here to explore that question.

Latest episode (2024-Jan-20 12:03 UTC): Willowbrook State School

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96 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 21 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • History • Politics • Society • Technology impact • Cultural analysis • Human nature • Ideology examination • Modern challenges • Historical context • Psychological insights

Description (podcaster-provided): The Then & Now podcast: audio versions of the Youtube videos on philosophy, history, and politics.
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Latest episode (2024-Jan-18 15:12 UTC): Hegel: A Complete Guide to History

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37 episodes
2020 to 2023
Median: 77 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy's impact on careers • Philosophers in various professions • Practical philosophy applications • Ethics, science, and politics • Personal development • Philosophy in business and public policy

Description (podcaster-provided): What is the value of philosophy in everyday life and work?
Can philosophy offer us not just a way of life, but a way to make a living?
I profile philosophers who found their way through the wilderness beyond the ivory tower. We explore how they forged a new professional identity, how they built successful new careers, and how philosophy can add value in business, government...and pretty much everything else. From their stories, I distill the decisions, strategies, and habits that powered their success.
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Latest episode (2023-Dec-29 21:31 UTC): Episode #35: Charlie Gilkey on Team Habits

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90 episodes
2020 to 2023
Median: 45 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethical questions • Philosophy discussions • Moral dilemmas • Contemporary societal issues • Expert interviews • Practical philosophy • Debates on controversial topics • Examinations of laws and policies

Description (podcaster-provided): The Morality of Everyday Things is a philosophy podcast (top 0.1% most listened to, in fact!) that guides you through the moral questions we may all wonder in life, from "Should billionaires exist?" to "Is God a good thing?" Join Jake and Ant, two friends who studied philosophy, politics, and economics at Oxford before founding Stasher.com together, as they still find time to enjoy philosophy in their sparetime when they break down the key arguments on these and other everyday ethical issues.
This podcast is for anyone who wants to learn more about philosophy and morality in a fun and accessible way. Jake and Ant are experts in their field, but they also know how to make complex ideas easy to understand. They're also not afraid to have a bit of fun, so you can expect to hear some interesting and thought-provoking conversations.
Whether you're a seasoned philosophy buff or a complete beginner, The Morality of Everyday Things podcast is sure to teach you something new about ethics, morality and philosophy. So subscribe today and start exploring the big moral questions in life!

Latest episode (2023-Dec-24 16:15 UTC): Replay: Should you lie to your kids about Santa Claus? When is a white lie ok?

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60 episodes
2020 to 2023

Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy of technology • AI ethics • Moral agency of machines • Human-robot relationships • Responsibility gaps in technology • Behavioural change via technology • Value alignment in AI • Technology's impact on society

Description (podcaster-provided): Interviews with experts about the philosophy of the future.

Latest episode (2023-Dec-20 10:58 UTC): TITE 10 - Bonus Episode: Audience Q and A

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39 episodes
2020 to 2023
Median: 15 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Indian philosophy • Sanskrit texts • modern connections • ancient debates • mantras • karma • avatars • Buddhist thought • feminist philosophy • epistemology • logical reasoning • Nyaya tradition

Description (podcaster-provided): In this informal bite-sized podcast, we'll talk about a range of ideas found in Indian philosophy, along with their connections to the modern day. Your host is a philosopher who reads Sanskrit texts and thinks about how the modern and premodern are intertwined. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/malcolm-keating/support

Latest episode (2023-Dec-11 16:10 UTC): S4 E3: Mantra

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6 episodes
2023
Median: 33 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Autism research critique • Theory of mind deficit • Pseudoscience in autism studies • Autistic experiences • Neurodiversity vs. pathology paradigm • Philosophy of autism • Empathy and autism

Description (podcaster-provided): a philosophy podcast about neurodivergence
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Latest episode (2023-Dec-11 11:00 UTC): Episode 5: "New Paradigms, New Values"

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148 episodes
2020 to 2023
Median: 9 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Ethics • Political Theory • Social Issues • Historical Thinkers • Literature Analysis • Thought Experiments • Existentialism • Metaphysics

Description (podcaster-provided): A podcast where philosophical ideas are scrambled up in about five to ten minutes. From ancient philosophy to contemporary approaches and everything in between, if you are looking for accessible, interesting, and relevant philosophy served up fast then you are in the right spot. New episode dished out weekly. Check out the egg timer philosophy website at: www.eggtimerphilosophy.com
Send any comments about past episodes or suggestions for new episodes to: [email protected]

Latest episode (2023-Dec-04 10:55 UTC): 147: Thomas Malthus on Population

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33 episodes
2015 to 2023
Median: 42 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy of self and identity • Race and science • Social constructs • Childhood and culture • Thanksgiving themes • Bayesian methods and machine learning • Genetics and eugenics • Influences and creativity

Description (podcaster-provided): A Million Little Gods: A podcast on the consolation of uncertainty. It's about being of two—or more—minds about things and being okay with that. Hosted by Aaron Gowen of the Institute for English and American Studies at the University of Hamburg. amillionlittlegods.com
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Latest episode (2023-Nov-24 18:47 UTC): Special Episode: Thanksgiving 2023

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42 episodes
2022 to 2023
Median: 69 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Ethics • Metaphysics of mind • Political Theory • Epistemology • Arguments for God's existence • Dualism • Utilitarianism • Deontology • Virtue ethics • Animal ethics • Business ethics

Description (podcaster-provided): Philosophy podcast aimed at school students. Fun, informative, engaging. Philosophers at universities and schools talk about loads of questions and topics that come up in Philosophy, Ethics and Political Theory - A-Levels / IB / Highers and even GCSE. Hosted by Simon Kirchin, University of Leeds and Director of the British Philosophical Association. Timetable of topics: https://stkirchin.wixsite.com/mysite/schools-podcast (Music by Alex Grohl)

Latest episode (2023-Nov-21 12:08 UTC): PGS - Property Dualism

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15 episodes
2020 to 2023
Median: 53 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Mathematics • Linguistics • Neuroscience • Computational Complexity • Artificial Intelligence • Memory Techniques • Religious Philosophy • Medieval Logic • Semantics • Cognitive Science

Description (podcaster-provided): My name is Tedy Nenu and I am the host of the 'Philosophical Trials' podcast. This is a place where philosophers, mathematicians, linguists and other bright individuals share with us fascinating aspects of their work. Whether you are interested in the nature of mathematical reality or how language works, there will be an episode here that caters to your interests.

Latest episode (2023-Nov-18 18:00 UTC): Robert Sapolsky vs Kevin Mitchell: The Biology of Free Will | Episode 15

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30 episodes
2018 to 2023
Median: 54 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethics • Philosophy • Politics • Technology • Work • Universal Basic Income • Idleness • Alienated Labor • Monuments • Russia-Ukraine War • Diplomatic Engagement • Artificial Intelligence • Psychiatric Drugs • Social Democracy

Description (podcaster-provided): Part of UMass Boston’s Philosophy Department, the Applied Ethics Center promotes research, teaching, and awareness of ethics in public life. In this podcast, Applied Ethics Center Director Nir Eisikovits hosts conversations on the intersection of ethics, politics, and technology.

Latest episode (2023-Nov-14 17:35 UTC): The Case for a UBI: A Conversation with Scott Santens

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89 episodes
2015 to 2023
Median: 30 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical discussions • Ethics in technology • Climate ethics • Social justice • Epistemology • Forgiveness • Reproductive ethics • Environmental issues • Moral philosophy • Political theory • Human relationships

Description (podcaster-provided): Examining Ethics is an ethics podcast produced by The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics at DePauw University. Everybody wrestles with questions about ethics. Some of those questions are easy to figure out. Should I murder someone? No! But other questions are more difficult to answer. Examining Ethics doesn’t provide answers to these ethical dilemmas, but instead leaves listeners with tools and ideas from some of the biggest names in moral philosophy and ethics. Academic philosophy and ethics can sometimes be difficult to understand, and our accessible, open-minded content bridges the gap between scholars and everyone else. Examining Ethics is hosted and produced by Christiane Wisehart.

Latest episode (2023-Nov-01 05:36 UTC): Bias in Tech with Meredith Broussard

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53 episodes
2022 to 2023
Median: 31 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Mindfulness • Meditation • Neuroscience • Spirituality • Well-being • Contemplative practices • Neuroscientific research • Cognitive biases • Trauma • Grief • Spiritual traditions • Compassion • Psychology • Mystical experiences • Cognitive science

Description (podcaster-provided): What can cutting-edge science tell us about spiritual development? And how are ancient contemplative practices helping us to investigate the nature of well-being? On The Contemplative Science Podcast, hosts Dr. Mark Miller and Jamie Slevin speak with the real experts, from Monks to Neuroscientists, to get clear on how contemplative practices work and how they might help us improve our lives. Brought to you by Monash University’s Center for Consciousness and Contemplative Studies, our diverse range of guests will cover everything from mindfulness and wisdom, to sex, death and enlightenment.

Latest episode (2023-Oct-03 15:24 UTC): Test

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24 episodes
2022 to 2023
Median: 14 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ancient Greek classics • Philosophy and modern relevance • Interviews with authors and academics • Socratic Method • Stoic wisdom and resilience • Leadership • Virtue ethics • Logical fallacies and cognitive distortions • Political philosophy

Description (podcaster-provided): Join us as we explore the world of Greek classics and philosophy, and their relevance to modern life. Episodes published bi-weekly, featuring interviews with renowned authors and academics in the fields of philosophy and classics. Show hosted by Plato's Academy Centre, a nonprofit organization based in Athens, Greece.
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Latest episode (2023-Sep-20 14:36 UTC): Spencer Klavan: Civic Friendship & Politics as an Act of Love

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74 episodes
2015 to 2023
Median: 39 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophers discussing social and political issues • Self-forgiveness and regret • Memory and repair • Revenge and justice • Forgiveness and ambivalence • Stoicism • Human frailty • Feminism • Morality and ethics • Identity • Memory and emotion.

Description (podcaster-provided): I talk with diverse philosophers about the social and political issues of our day. We learn. We laugh. We plot revolutions.

Latest episode (2023-Sep-01 14:06 UTC): Episode 71: Kate Norlock on Self-Forgiveness

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25 episodes
2021 to 2023
Median: 60 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy theories • Political theory • Intellectual history • Classical thinkers • Modern philosophers • Critical analysis • Comparative analysis • Ideological critiques • Ethics • Freedom concepts • Morality discussions

Description (podcaster-provided): A podcast where two mates discuss philosophy, politics and intellectual history, because Ideas Matter.
Ideas Matter is hosted by Louis, a PhD student in political theory, and Alex, a humanities teacher.
Each episode is structured around the work of a great thinker. We aim to explore their ideas in an accessible manner, without dumbing them down.
No topic is off limits: the theology of Saint Augustine, Lenin's revolutionary theory, Marx's critique of capitalism, Platonic discussions on love, or Nietzsche's metaphysical musings.
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Latest episode (2023-Aug-26 07:29 UTC): Civilisation and its Discontents by Sigmund Freud

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25 episodes
2020 to 2023
Median: 49 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Pragmatism in philosophy and society • Political and social theory • Historical and contemporary issues in democracy • Cultural and racial reflections • Educational approaches • Environmental and agricultural sustainability • Moral and ethical inquiries

Description (podcaster-provided): Hosted by Jeffrey Howard, editor-in-chief of Erraticus, Damn the Absolute! is a show about our relationship to ideas.
Doing our damnedest not to block the path of inquiry.
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Latest episode (2023-Aug-03 11:10 UTC): S2E05 Americans Don’t Know How to Sing the Blues w/ Brad Elliott Stone & Jacob Goodson

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56 episodes
2020 to 2023
Median: 28 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethics • Philosophy • Workplace dilemmas • Social justice • Climate change • Racism • Procreation • Skepticism • Immigration • Voting • Achievement • Morality of animals • Protests • Management ethics

Description (podcaster-provided): Ethics podcasts hosted by the Prindle Institute for Ethics at DePauw University.

Latest episode (2023-Aug-01 13:51 UTC): Climate Justice with Kyle Whyte

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42 episodes
2020 to 2023
Median: 59 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy behind news stories • AI and ethics • Monarchy legitimacy • Gun laws • Freedom and rights • Climate change • Pandemic policies • Racial issues • War ethics • Media bias

Description (podcaster-provided): Leading philosophers bring to the surface the ideas hidden behind the biggest news stories.

Latest episode (2023-Jul-11 23:00 UTC): Chat GPT Understands & Reuben Cohn- Gordon

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26 episodes
2022 to 2023
Median: 70 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophers discuss current events • Humor and comedy • Politics and elections • Free speech and morality • War and resistance • Climate change • Social issues • Technology and media

Description (podcaster-provided): Philosophers chat about the week’s news. Sometimes serious, sometimes funny. A host of tangents. Hosted by Simon Kirchin (University of Leeds, UK) with a galaxy of stars.

Latest episode (2023-May-24 10:21 UTC): PTOTN - Phil and Comedy special

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80 episodes
2020 to 2023
Median: 5 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy summaries • Guest contributions • Theoretical concepts • Ethical questions • Aesthetics • Religion and theology • Literary analysis • Existentialism • Historical philosophy • Social group dynamics

Description (podcaster-provided): A philosophy podcast with simple five minute episodes, making philosophy accessible for people of all ages, backgrounds and experience!

Latest episode (2023-May-21 11:30 UTC): Applying Standpoint Theory (guest contribution)

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64 episodes
2016 to 2023
Median: 48 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Narrative journalism • Moral and ethical dilemmas • AI and technology impacts • Social justice • Identity and the self • Historical analysis • Art and culture • Law and criminal justice • The human experience

Description (podcaster-provided): Hi-Phi Nation is philosophy in story-form, integrating narrative journalism with big ideas. We look at stories from everyday life, law, science, popular culture, and strange corners of human experiences that raise thought-provoking questions about things like justice, knowledge, the self, morality, and existence. We then seek answers with the help of academics and philosophers. The show is produced and hosted by Barry Lam of UC Riverside.

Latest episode (2023-May-16 04:00 UTC): Rise of the Music Machines

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47 episodes
2020 to 2023
Median: 44 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Political philosophy • Historical texts • Book discussions • Ethics • Justice • Democracy • Plato • Interviews with experts • Culture and society • War and peace • Technology's influence • Free speech

Description (podcaster-provided): Good in Theory is a podcast about political philosophy and how it can help us understand the world today. Want to know what's in Plato's Republic or Hobbes's Leviathan but don't want to read them? This is your pod. I explain my favourite books in political theory in enough detail that you’ll feel like you read them yourself. Deep but not heavy. No experience needed.

Latest episode (2023-May-11 04:00 UTC): 46 - Athenian democracy and Plato w/ Graham Culbertson (Everyday Anarchism Podcast)

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176 episodes
2016 to 2023
Median: 37 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Interviews with intellectuals • Philosophy • AI and technology • Religious and spiritual journeys • Critical thinking • Mathematics and logic • Ethics and social issues • Economics • Personal reflections

Description (podcaster-provided): Philosophy in the real world. Interviewing intellectuals across the globe. Grappling with the biggest ideas.
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Latest episode (2023-May-06 20:58 UTC): The Objectivity of Structure Outside our Concepts [Narration]

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39 episodes
2011 to 2023
Median: 23 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Diverse philosophical discussions • Ethical principles • Intellectual habits • Thought experiments • Modern and historical perspectives • Cross-cultural dialogues • Social and political issues • Philosophy in daily life • Live recordings

Description (podcaster-provided): Diverse discussions with philosophers worth listening to.
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Latest episode (2023-May-03 10:52 UTC): How to Think Like a Philosopher Ep7

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22 episodes
2023
Median: 21 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Black existentialism • Race and identity • Masculinity • Violence • Antiblackness • Liberation • Visibility and invisibility • Culture and colonization • Music and sound • Literature and film • Humanism

Description (podcaster-provided): Podcasted process pieces from my course Black Existentialism. The course introduces one of the most important and potent mid-century intellectual movements - the existentialist movement - through a series of black Atlantic thinkers. Our keystone will be Frantz Fanon’s Black Skin, White Masks, which is arguably the most important work of Black existentialism from this period. Across the semester we will see why existentialism, with its focus on the ambiguities and ambivalences of lived-experience, had such a deep impact on Black thinkers across the diaspora. We will see these existentialist insights register in literature, philosophy, and film. Old and new.

Latest episode (2023-Apr-27 20:18 UTC): Jenkins on Masculinity, Touch, and Vulnerability

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13 episodes
2019 to 2023
Median: 34 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Cognitive science of philosophy • Reflective vs. intuitive reasoning • Implicit bias • Philosophical beliefs • Public health and COVID-19 • Psychological factors • Moral dilemmas • Online academic conferencing

Description (podcaster-provided): Welcome to the Upon Reflection podcast with Nick Byrd, a podcast about what we think as well as how and why we think it. Nick studies the philosophy of cognitive science and the cognitive science of philosophy. This podcast will share Nick's and others' research. For instance, the podcast will discuss the differences between intuition and reflection as well as the ways in which intuitive reasoning predicts different philosophical, moral, and religious judgments than reflective reasoning. The podcast will also discuss topics like implicit bias—e.g., contrary to what you may have heard, implicit bias may not be entirely unconscious and involuntary. If you want to hear more about this research, you can subscribe wherever you find podcasts. And if you end up enjoying the Upon Reflection podcast, then feel free to tell people about it, online, in person, or in your review.

Latest episode (2023-Apr-25 13:50 UTC): Ep. 12 - Tell Us What You Really Think (with B. Joseph, G. Gongora, and M. Sirota)

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36 episodes
2022 to 2023
Median: 50 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy education • Contemporary issues and ethics • Democracy and politics • Consciousness and AI • Social epistemology • Moral philosophy • Legal philosophy • Race and identity • Animal rights • Epistemology

Description (podcaster-provided): A podcast dedicated to promoting philosophical education and deep reflection. We invite philosophers from around the globe to discuss philosophy in the context of contemporary injustices – all at an easy-to-understand and digestible level. New episodes weekly on Friday.

Latest episode (2023-Mar-27 02:34 UTC): How to Fix a Democracy: Making Margins Matter with Professor Daniel Wodak

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23 episodes
2021 to 2023
Median: 39 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Interdisciplinary philosophy • Marginalized voices • Social justice • AI ethics • Transgender healthcare • Global health justice • Disability studies • Feminist philosophy • Public philosophy • Digital communication

Description (podcaster-provided): Have you ever heard of Plato, Aristotle, Socrates? Well, this is not about them! Philosophy Casting Call is where Élaina Gauthier-Mamaril, your friendly neighbourhood philosopher, interviews professors, grad students, and non-academics to find out what philosophy looks like now and try to shine a spotlight on thinkers, topics, and themes that are historically marginalised in academic philosophy. This includes women, LGBTQIA, disabled, and BIPOC people who are out there, getting their philosophy on, and who deserved to be cast as philosophers in our culture.

Latest episode (2023-Mar-09 13:42 UTC): Sh*tposting and Algorithm Hygiene w/Jess Rauchberg

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72 episodes
2018 to 2023
Median: 46 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical themes in pop culture • TV, movies, video games, books • AI, ethics, identity, immortality, metaphysics • True crime, horror, superhero stories • Expert interviews • Pop culture conferences

Description (podcaster-provided): This podcast explores philosophical themes in television, movies, video games, and books.

Latest episode (2023-Mar-06 15:11 UTC): The Last Part of This Title Was Written by ChatGPT: Beyond Human—Exploring the Intersection of AI and Animal Intelligence

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8 episodes
2021 to 2023
Median: 46 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Ethical dilemmas • Gender disparity in research • Utilitarianism vs. Deontology • Virtue Ethics • Biohappiness • Teaching philosophy to children • Wisdom in modern society

Description (podcaster-provided): The Philosophists - Declan & Simon - look to inject some philosophy into your day. So if you're looking for meaning, morality, or just a bit of mayhem then tune in for their unique blend of shorter and longer conversations. Often with the help of some very special guests. This project may or not succeed, but what's the worst that could happen? Listen & find out!

Latest episode (2023-Feb-28 03:00 UTC): Ep 8 - The Challenges Women Researchers Face - Part 1 (with Mohammad Hosseini and Shiva Sharifzad)

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47 episodes
2016 to 2023
Median: 82 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical perspectives on literature • Detailed literary analysis • Author explorations • Historical context • Character studies • Ethical beliefs in literature • Poetry discussions • In-depth novel synopses

Description (podcaster-provided): Dicussions of literature from a philosophical perspective.

Latest episode (2023-Feb-13 03:58 UTC): Stendhal’s Red and Black (Le Rouge et le Noir) - Phi Fic Ep. 46

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94 episodes
2018 to 2023
Median: 71 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical analysis of contemporary politics • Success culture • AI and art • Supreme Court rulings • Abortion ethics • Moral relativism • Machine learning ethics • Political polarization • Protest ethics • Privacy rights

Description (podcaster-provided): A group of trained philosophers explore the philosophical dimensions of contemporary politics, and make the case for progressive politics.

Latest episode (2023-Feb-03 12:00 UTC): 94 - Success or Meaning?

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77 episodes
2019 to 2023
Median: 38 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Thoughtful ethics discussions • Philosophical dilemmas • Hypothetical scenarios • Moral questions • Personal freedom • Human behavior • Ethical consequences • Utilitarianism • Socio-political issues • Technology and ethics

Description (podcaster-provided): Named “TOP 20 PHILOSOPHY PODCAST” for 2022!
Brought to you by “After Dinner Conversation” publishing; thoughtful discussions about the philosophy and ethics found in the short fiction stories from our monthly magazine.
Or, put another way, discussions about “what-if” examples, across literary genres, regarding ethics, metaphysics, epistemology, utilitarianism, aesthetics, moral relativism, and political and economic philosophy.

Latest episode (2023-Jan-29 15:51 UTC): E71. "Season Five Recap" - After Dinner Conversation editor Kolby answers listener questions.

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37 episodes
2021 to 2023
Median: 59 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Stoic philosophy discussions • Interviews with authors and philosophers • Practical tips for modern living • Exploring ancient Greek and Roman philosophies • Topics on ethics, politics, and personal development

Description (podcaster-provided): Join Rob Colter and Massimo Pigliucci for a series of engaging conversations, sometimes with special guests, on what it means to practice philosophy as a way of life. New episodes out on the second Friday of every month. Full index at https://philosophyasawayoflife.blog/philosophy-for-life-podcast/

Latest episode (2023-Jan-12 09:52 UTC): 37. Robin Waterfield on Epictetus

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80 episodes
2016 to 2023

Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Critical theory • Political theory • Social theory • Philosophy • Text discussion • Activist interviews • Academic interviews • Artist interviews • Book analysis • Racial justice • Capitalism critiques • Feminism • Intersectionality • Neoliberalism • Colonialism studies

Description (podcaster-provided): Tune in to the Always Already Podcast for indulgent conversations about critical theory (in the broadest read of the term!). Our podcast consists of two episode streams. The first is a discussion of texts spanning critical theory, political theory, social theory, and philosophy. We work through and analyze main ideas, underlying assumptions, connections with other texts and theories, and occasionally delve into the great abyss of free association, ad hoc theory jokes, and makeshift puns. The second stream, entitled Epistemic Unruliness, consists of interviews and discussions with activists, artists, and academics whose “disobedient” work builds upon the themes of that arise in the texts we discuss and in our ongoing podcast conversations.

In the first stream we also entertain the questions of friends and strangers and dole out slapdash advice about everything from massaging a head of Brooklyn kale to sweet talking a nebechy philosopher and dealing with the vagaries of academic life. We also put on our Freud-Klein-Lacan-Irigaray hats as we provide dream analysis to (always already anonymized) listener dreams.

Be a part by sending us text suggestions, interview ideas, advice questions to answer, and dreams to analyze.

The Always Already Podcast is created by B Aultman, Rachel Brown, Emily Crandall, John McMahon, and James Padilioni, Jr.
The text discussion episodes also entertain the questions of friends and strangers as we dole out slapdash advice to audience queries on everything from how to massage a head of Brooklyn kale to how to sweet talk a nebechy philosopher to how to deal with the vagaries of academic life. We also put on our Freud-Klein-Lacan hats as we provide dream analysis to (always already anonymized) listener dreams.

Tune in, and send us text suggestions, interview ideas, advice questions to answer, and dreams to analyze.

The Always Already Podcast is created by B Aultman, Rachel Brown, Emily Crandall, John McMahon, and James Padilioni, Jr.

Latest episode (2023-Jan-09 18:31 UTC): Interview: Dr. Vincent Lloyd on Black Dignity and the Struggle Against Domination — Epistemic Unruliness 38

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90 episodes
2017 to 2023
Median: 79 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Interviews with philosophers of science • Methodology and epistemology in science • Philosophy in medicine, physics, economics, and biology • Social dimensions and values in science • Historical and contemporary scientific issues

Description (podcaster-provided): SCI PHI is a weekly philosophy of science podcast featuring interviews with prominent and up-and-coming philosophers of science who engage with scientists in interesting ways.

Latest episode (2023-Jan-03 15:59 UTC): Episode 90: Jonathan Fuller

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41 episodes
2021 to 2022
Median: 56 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical reflections • Career transformations • Technology and society • Disability and justice • Arts and creativity • Science fiction and literature • Legal and ethical issues • Environmentalism and nature • Mental and physical well-being

Description (podcaster-provided): What is your second-life? Living Philosophy is dedicated to exploring the inspiring second lives of people who have successfully made significant changes to their careers and lives through self-reflection, insight, and practice. Listen also to our Public Philosophy podcasts, which you can find by topic and the bespoke logo artwork. Hosted by Dr Todd S. Mei, former Head of Philosophy at the University of Kent (UK), and founder, consultant, and freelance author at Philosophy2u.com.

Latest episode (2022-Dec-17 20:00 UTC): Philosophy of Gastronomy with Kelly Donati

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25 episodes
2021 to 2022
Median: 62 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Socratic inquiries • philosophical questions • definitions of abstract concepts • dialectical discussions • expert guests • topics like money, love, consciousness, and humor • insights into various fields

Description (podcaster-provided): “What Is X?” has been described as “a cross between a Platonic dialogue and ‘The Price Is Right.’” It combines dialectical inquiry of the sort perfected by Socrates and his interlocutors with a distinctly ludic spirit. Here’s how it works: For each episode, host Justin E. H. Smith invites on a guest distinguished in their field (or occasionally a “regular” person who really likes to talk). Smith asks the guest to answer a question of the form “What is X?” (for example, “What is beauty?” “What is nature?” “What are dreams?”), after which the two partners in dialogue undertake a Socratic inquiry into the nature of X, in search of a definition that satisfies both of them. There are three possible outcomes: agreement, disagreement, and aporia (Greek for “dead end”), each with its own sound effect: if we arrive at agreement, a church bell will chime; disagreement is signaled by a bleating goat; if aporia is the best we can do, we will hear naught but a gust of wind. Rigorous but freewheeling, fun and serious at once, accessibly highbrow, these conversations model rational inquiry in a new way, providing answers for truth-seekers... or perhaps just more questions. /// Host: Justin E.H. Smith (justinehsmith.substack.com) /// Presented by The Point Magazine (thepointmag.com)

Latest episode (2022-Dec-14 23:00 UTC): What Is Being? | Kris McDaniel

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20 episodes
2020 to 2022
Median: 23 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): History and philosophy of physics • Ancient Greek philosophers • Scientific concepts and discoveries • Prominent scientists and thinkers • Gender equity in STEM • Conferences and bonus talks

Description (podcaster-provided): A podcast looking at the wonderful world of physics through the lenses of history and philosophy!

Latest episode (2022-Dec-02 16:50 UTC): Bonus 5: You Are My Sun-Line (Intelligent Speech Conference 2022)

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3 episodes
2021 to 2022
Median: 44 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical film analysis • Loneliness in modern life • Surveillance capitalism • Existential phenomenology of addiction • Totalitarianism in society • Final reflections and farewell toast

Description (podcaster-provided): Listen to Dr Daniel Murphy and Dr Gregory David Jackson offer philosophical readings of popular films, whilst drinking beer. Follow us on instagram.com/twophilpodcast or twitter.com/twophilpodcast to get involved with the discussion.

Latest episode (2022-Oct-21 12:30 UTC): Episode 32: End Credits

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17 episodes
2020 to 2022
Median: 14 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Pandemic ethics • Covid-19 vaccines and their distribution • AI and moral obligations • Factory farming and zoonotic diseases • Ethical consideration in medical resource allocation • Impacts on social equality ظل

Description (podcaster-provided): Thinking Out Loud provides audio-podcasts based on a series of videos produced by Katrien Devolder in which she talks to leading philosophers from around the world on topics related to practical ethics. The podcast and videos are meant for a non-specialist audience. You can watch the videos on the Practical Ethics Channel. Katrien is a Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics.

Latest episode (2022-Oct-04 10:51 UTC): When does (or did) the Covid-19 pandemic end?

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81 episodes
2020 to 2022
Median: 26 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Five questions posed to philosophers about themselves • Philosophical and intellectual life • Moral, political, and social philosophy • Philosophers' publications and notable works • Academic profiles and affiliations

Description (podcaster-provided): I ask philosophers five questions about themselves.
New episodes post on Tuesdays.

Latest episode (2022-Oct-04 05:00 UTC): Kieran Setiya

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1094 episodes
2017 to 2022
Median: 2 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ancient Greek and Roman philosophy • Stoic wisdom • Personal resilience • Virtue • Moral character • Rational thinking • Handling adversity • Nature vs. value judgments • Self-awareness • Ethical living

Description (podcaster-provided): Occasional reflections on the wisdom of Ancient Greek and Roman philosophers with Prof. Massimo Pigliucci. Complete index by author and source at https://massimopigliucci.org/stoic-podcast/. (cover art by Marek Škrabák; original music by Ian Jolin-Rasmussen). Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/stoicmeditations/support

Latest episode (2022-Aug-23 10:00 UTC): 1094. The Olympics have already started!

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95 episodes
2019 to 2022
Median: 25 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Psychology • Existentialism • Social justice • Language origins and use • Behavioral theories • Ethical principles • Interviews with experts • Mental health and wellbeing

Description (podcaster-provided): The Here and Now Podcast with Dave Monds explores topics in psychology and philosophy. Each weekly episode translates big ideas from science and the humanities into meaningful themes for everyday life. We also feature regular interviews with a diverse range of guests. Travel to the edge of the universe or to the deepest recesses of the mind with The Here and Now Podcast.

Latest episode (2022-Jul-16 03:00 UTC): Phenomenology

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100 episodes
2014 to 2022
Median: 86 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • neuroscience • AI • consciousness • metaphysics • physics • morality • religion • time • technology • mind • pain • emotions • Buddhism • artificial neural networks

Description (podcaster-provided): Philosophy professor Pete Mandik tackles topics ranging from the neuroscience of consciousness to the philosophical foundations of physics.

Latest episode (2022-Jul-15 03:59 UTC): Episode 40: Crungus Among Us (with Alex Kiefer)

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50 episodes
2016 to 2022

Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethics • Moral dilemmas • Philosophical discussions • Social issues • Political questions • Human behavior • Responsibility • Justice • Technology's impact

Description (podcaster-provided): David Edmonds interviews leading philosophers about moral issues that affect us 24/7.

Latest episode (2022-Jul-06 00:00 UTC): The Pivotal Generation

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174 episodes
2012 to 2022
Median: 53 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy lectures from experts • Moral and political philosophy • Ethical theory • Metaphysics • Epistemology • History of philosophy • Free will • Aesthetics • Religion and ethics

Description (podcaster-provided): The Aristotelian Society, founded in 1880, meets fortnightly in London to hear and discuss talks given by leading philosophers from a broad range of philosophical traditions. The papers read at the Society’s meetings are published in the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. The mission of the Society is to make philosophy widely available to the general public, and the Aristotelian Society Podcast Series represents our latest initiative in furthering this goal. The audio podcasts of our talks are produced by Backdoor Broadcasting Company in conjunction with the Institute of Philosophy, University of London. Please visit our website to learn more about us and our publications: http://www.aristoteliansociety.org.uk

Latest episode (2022-Jun-27 14:26 UTC): 20/06/22: Samuel Scheffler on Partiality, Deference, and Engagement

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18 episodes
2021 to 2022
Median: 17 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy foundations and concepts • History and usage of philosophical terms • Critiques of academic philosophy • Theory of everything • Truth and knowledge theories • Human freedom • Objectivity of beauty

Description (podcaster-provided): The Structural-Systematic Philosophy (SSP) is a systematic philosophy in progress. Books developing it so far are (in English) STRUCTURE AND BEING (2008), BEING AND GOD (2011), and TOWARD A PHILOSOPHICAL THEORY OF EVERYTHING (TAPTOE; 2014). Podcasts describe the project and present details.

Latest episode (2022-May-27 15:35 UTC): 18. On Atle Sovik's A BASIC THEORY OF EVERYTHING

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20 episodes
2021 to 2022
Median: 32 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Filosofía de la ciencia • ética científica • realismo vs. antirrealismo • método científico • apocalipsis • causalidad • salud pública • mente animal • creatividad en ciencia • epistemología feminista • pseudociencia • física cuántica

Description (podcaster-provided): Con Laura Nuño de la Rosa, Vanessa Triviño y Cristina Villegas.
Tres filósofas de la ciencia Inaplicables y orgullosas de ello. Nos reunimos cada semana para charlar de los temas científicos que más gustan a las filósofas... los inaplicables. Contenido Creative Commons BY SA NC.
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Latest episode (2022-May-25 18:31 UTC): Inaplicables 3x05 | ¿Es la ciencia siempre neutral? Hoy hablamos con Ramón Feenstra y Laura Bernal de ética científica

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2 episodes
2022
Median: 132 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Interviews with philosophers and cognitive scientists • Consciousness and its nature • Philosophy of mind • Cognitive science • Naturalistic accounts of consciousness • Blindsight • Sensation versus perception • Evolutionary psychology

Description (podcaster-provided): Philosopher Keith Frankish interviews leading philosophers of mind and cognitive scientists

Latest episode (2022-Apr-16 22:47 UTC): Pete Mandik

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12 episodes
2020 to 2022
Median: 50 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Interviews with philosophers • Philosophical themes and ideas • Discussions on ethics and moral philosophy • Insights into specific philosophers' works • Role of fiction and art in philosophy • Political philosophy • Philosophy of mind and self-knowledge

Description (podcaster-provided): A podcast by Toby Tremlett featuring long-form interviews with philosophers.
Listen if you want to hear in-depth but accessible conversations with philosophers which reveal why they entered into philosophy, and the ideas that keep them there.

Latest episode (2022-Mar-18 14:59 UTC): 12| The Philosophy of Evil — with David Bather Woods

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24 episodes
2017 to 2022
Median: 56 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): exploring meaning in modern life • evolution • morality • social issues • philosophy • anthropology • science • culture • human behavior • personal identity • life and death

Description (podcaster-provided): The Meaning of Life explores how we find meaning in the modern world, hosted by anthropologist Dr Monty Badami and philosopher Dr Tim Dean.

Latest episode (2022-Mar-01 04:03 UTC): How We Became Human special part 1

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100 episodes
2020 to 2022

Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy and science • Politics and society • Ethics and morality • Human rights • Culture and art • Literature and history • Communication and misinformation • Emotions and mental health • Animals and nature • Space and travel

Description (podcaster-provided): Science, politics, and culture from a philosophical perspective

Latest episode (2022-Feb-18 14:43 UTC): A Right to Health?

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9 episodes
2020 to 2022
Median: 42 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Big Tech challenges • NFTs in art • Satire in politics • Corporate culture and spirituality • Philosophy and linguistics • Emotional impact of the pandemic • Climbing opportunities for the disabled

Description (podcaster-provided): Podcast by Out of the Tower

Latest episode (2022-Feb-07 00:09 UTC): Ep. 9 - Digital Originals: NFTs with Dr. Sally Metzler & Christie's Steven Zick and Meghan Doyle

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30 episodes
2020 to 2022
Median: 9 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Classical philosophy • Ethics • Metaphysics • Aristotle • Plato • Utilitarianism • Kantian ethics • Rhetorical theory • Logic • Stoicism • Plotinus • Epicureanism • Socrates

Description (podcaster-provided): I will discuss some of the great philosophers and their ideas on ethics and metaphysics. Classcial philosphy is always my starting point; Plato and Aristotle will start things, but I will discuss various Hellenistic schools, and more modern thinker such as Mill , Kany, Nietzsche, and Whitehead.

Latest episode (2022-Feb-06 22:40 UTC): Basic Propositional arguments

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17 episodes
2020 to 2021
Median: 13 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Free will • Human agency • Moral responsibility • Metaphysics • Philosophy of action • Cognitive science • Psychology • Ethics • Motor representations • Consciousness

Description (podcaster-provided): The problem of free will has been at the center of many discussions in western philosophy for the last 20 centuries. But in recent years the problem has reappeared in a fresh form. There are new and exciting developments in the field that make this a fascinating topic of conversation. For this podcast we have invited various philosophers who work in free will. Philosophy might be a daunting thing, but with their help we will get to know better the what, the how and the why of free will. Welcome.

Latest episode (2021-Dec-13 20:51 UTC): E8 Myrto Mylopolous

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31 episodes
2021
Median: 60 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Critical theory • Cognitive bias • Quantum mechanics • Evolutionary psychology • Meditation practices • Determinism • Religion and spirituality • Free will debate • Social issues and tribalism

Description (podcaster-provided): Conversations about philosophy, science, religion and spirituality

Latest episode (2021-Nov-29 18:35 UTC): Kant Stop Critiquin' (Aryeh Cohen-Wade & David Ottlinger)

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15 episodes
2021
Median: 27 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Stoic philosophy • Meditations by Marcus Aurelius • Self-improvement guidance • Written in Greek • Logical universe • Campaign writings • Aurelius' experiences • Inspirational quotations • Public domain recordings

Description (podcaster-provided): Marcus Aurelius wrote Meditations in Greek while on campaign between 170 and 180, as a source for his own guidance and self-improvement. These memos survive and continue to inspire others to this day. These writings take the form of quotations varying in length from one sentence to long paragraphs. He explicates the Stoic philosophy that the only way a man can be harmed by others is to allow his reaction to overpower him. He shows no particular religious faith in his writings, but seems to believe that some sort of logical, benevolent force organizes the universe in such a way that even "bad" occurrences happen for the good of the whole.
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Latest episode (2021-Nov-24 01:55 UTC): The Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius

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22 episodes
2021
Median: 17 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Classic philosophical works • Socrates' dialogues • Justice and injustice • Political philosophy • Allegories and analogies • Theories of knowledge and virtue • Duty to obey the law

Description (podcaster-provided): Do you need help understanding the great books of philosophy? In his podcasts, Professor Laurence Houlgate reads and discusses the classic works of Plato, Thomas Hobbes, Rene Descartes, John Locke, Immanuel Kant, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, John Stuart Mill, and David Hume. His short readings are based on his acclaimed Smart Student's Guides to Philosophical Classics series (learn more at www.houlgatebooks.com). The episodes begin with the dialogues of Plato and will continue week by week through each chapter of Understanding Plato. For those who want to read along, a digital or print copy of the book can be purchased at Amazon.com at this address: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01I5GAIJI
New episodes will usually be broadcast weekly on Monday evening at 5 p.m. PST.

Latest episode (2021-Nov-23 01:00 UTC): Republic Book IX EP 22 (Final Episode) Tyranny and the Tyrannical Soul

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89 episodes
2018 to 2021
Median: 62 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Discussions on philosophy • Analysis of scientific concepts • Exploration of cultural ideas • Personal reflections on various topics • Interactions with guests • Historical perspectives • Thematic debates and reviews

Description (podcaster-provided): Most hustlers won’t wait to put off to tomorrow what they can do today. Not us! We can’t wait to put off to tomorrow what we can do today. We’re overripe fruit of the late bloom. Dawdlers. But all things must come to a partial end and this is partially it! ...a whimper into the abyss...
We do a podcast we call The Dawdler's Philosophy. It's just two of us, Harland and Ryan (maybe not making it even if we try). We mostly talk about ideas and science and stuff. We also talk about things. Stuffing!
We try to define the terms we use and, well, we try to be nice to each other.
Expect content. We aren't interested in spectacle or forced passion and drama. But we're also as advertised.

Latest episode (2021-Nov-19 00:13 UTC): E47: On Margin Haunting - Quo Bros, Margin Haunters, & Secular Gurus

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10 episodes
2019 to 2021
Median: 32 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical insights • Olfaction • Epistemology • Phenomenology • Consciousness • Ethics • Perception • Public Policy • Bioethics • Science • Personal interests in diverse topics like Star Trek, trains, and punk music

Description (podcaster-provided): Philosophers’ work and philosophers’ lives, both inside and outside of philosophy. Brought to you by the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science, LSE, and the Forum for Philosophy.

Latest episode (2021-Nov-10 12:54 UTC): Out of the Vat #10 – Ann-Sophie Barwich

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140 episodes
2019 to 2021
Median: 42 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Close readings of philosophical texts • Discussions on authors like Herbert Marcuse, Guy Debord, Hannah Arendt • Analysis of Marx and Engels' works • Examination of Nietzsche’s concepts • Interviews with scholars.

Description (podcaster-provided): Dr Andrew McDonald with several years of teaching experience at the University of Dundee takes listeners through a close reading of philosophical texts that allow us to delve into a deeper understanding of them. It is friendly to those new to philosophy and gives easy to understand examples throughout.

Latest episode (2021-Nov-01 06:00 UTC): Episode 122| Herbert Marcuse One Dimensional Man | One Dimensional Philosophy

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5 episodes
2020 to 2021
Median: 28 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical analysis of films • Various guest philosophers • Exploration of hope, love, and existential themes • Discussions on cinema's relation to philosophy • Related philosophical readings and music

Description (podcaster-provided): Presented by Joe Saunders, the Philosophy & Film Podcast explores the philosophical questions raised by some of cinema’s most intriguing films. In each episode, Joe is joined by a different guest philosopher, who nominates a film for the pair to discuss. Together, they explore whether they can learn anything about the film from philosophy, as well whether the world of philosophy can learn anything from the film. The podcast is produced by the Hyde Park Picture House, with editing from Ollie Jenkins and music from Nathan Moseley.

Latest episode (2021-Oct-29 13:00 UTC): Episode 5: The Road with Robert Stern

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43 episodes
2020 to 2021
Median: 59 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Practical philosophy • Stoicism • Existentialism • Ethical dilemmas • Personal development • Resilience • Truth and knowledge • Memory • Social contract • Modern philosophy practices • Relationships • Free speech

Description (podcaster-provided): The Wisdom for Life show discusses Practical Philosophy – ideas, insights, and practices from philosophical traditions that can be applied to live happier, more intentional, and more productive lives.
Join your hosts as they dive deep into the well of wisdom for your everyday benefit.

Latest episode (2021-Oct-27 08:00 UTC): Being Caught In The Gaze

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11 episodes
2020 to 2021
Median: 75 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): philosophy • feminist care ethics • social reproduction theory • transformative justice • media studies • queer theory • global history of philosophy • migration • sexual assault narratives • phenomenology • political activism

Description (podcaster-provided): This is Unbound, the podcast that tries to nudge the boundaries of philosophy.

Latest episode (2021-Sep-27 16:41 UTC): Episode 10 - Kelly Gawel

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14 episodes
2020 to 2021
Median: 33 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical analysis • Cognitive science insights • Ethics • Morality • Legal implications • Neuroscience • Epistemology • Social norms • Human agency • Statistical significance • Fake news • Friendship • Causation

Description (podcaster-provided): Go behind the scenes with philosophers and cognitive scientists to get their take on published journal articles, what they like about papers, what they maybe don't anymore, and where inquiry should take us next.

Latest episode (2021-Sep-24 13:00 UTC): Tracking Hate Speech with Shannon Fyfe

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7 episodes
2021
Median: 25 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy topics and simplification • Relevance to present day • Philosophy of music • Political philosophy • Philosophy of language • Constructed languages • Adorno's critiques of jazz • Ideological music and war • Marxism and Fascism • Absolutism and Liberalism

Description (podcaster-provided): A look at a range of philosophy topics and making them simple as well as relevant to the present day. Topics include philosophy of music, political philosophy, philosophy of language and others. Some of the podcasts are in the form of guest interviews with experts in some of these areas.

Latest episode (2021-Sep-21 20:00 UTC): More on The Philosophy of Constructed Languages - Interview with Prof. Timothy Williamson

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72 episodes
2019 to 2021
Median: 116 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): discussions with philosophers • scientific study of consciousness • neuropsychology • theories of consciousness • metacognition • solipsism • panpsychism • biopsychism • AI and cognitive science • embodied cognition

Description (podcaster-provided): Just some conversations with philosophers, scientists, and anyone else interested in the scientific study of consciousness

Latest episode (2021-Sep-18 09:33 UTC): Mark Solms Live!

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17 episodes
2019 to 2021

Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy in healthcare • Disease and health concepts • Evidence-based medicine • Medical ethics • Scientific skepticism • Public trust • Mental disorders • Medical epistemology • Race in medicine

Description (podcaster-provided): For the deepest problems in healthcare, philosophy is the best medicine. In this podcast series, Jonathan Fuller, MD, PhD (University of Toronto) speaks to philosophers about their work on medicine and healthcare. You will hear from philosophers on the meaning and reality of disease, on their skeptical worries about evidence-based medicine, on current movements and controversies that shake medicine to its philosophical foundations. Visit our website at www.philosophersonmedicine.com.

Latest episode (2021-Aug-28 19:47 UTC): Philosophy of Medicine on COVID-19

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16 episodes
2019 to 2021
Median: 60 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Mind-body problem • Quantum mechanics • Free will • Consciousness • Science vs. humanities • Philosophy of science • Novelty in physics • Panpsychism • Stoicism • Spirituality • Epiphanies • Communication theory

Description (podcaster-provided): The mind-body problem, which Buddha, Socrates and many modern scientists have sought to solve, encompasses riddles such as consciousness, free will, morality and the meaning of life. In this podcast, science journalist John Horgan, talks to leading mind-body theorists about their views and often, about their personal lives. The show is an outgrowth of a book of the same title, available for free at mindbodyproblems.com.

Latest episode (2021-Aug-05 16:30 UTC): Consolations of Physics (John Horgan & Sabine Hossenfelder)

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25 episodes
2021
Median: 6 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Interdisciplinary philosophy • Public philosophy • Happiness • Desire • Time • Friendship • Love • Normality • Disability theory • Eugenics • Leisure vs. work • Cancel culture

Description (podcaster-provided): This is an interdisciplinary podcast which uses a philosophical lens to explore any topic: death, time, consciousness, desire, sex and gender, perception, language, truth, art and beauty, love, friendship, happiness or technology. We will critically decipher philosophical jargon and ideas to help our listeners grasp various contributions to the greatest, or the most seemingly trivial, questions of humankind.
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Latest episode (2021-Jul-14 17:51 UTC): Public Philosophy + Barry Lam

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27 episodes
2020 to 2021
Median: 46 minutes
Collections: PhilosophySciPhi-Adjacent

Themes (AI-generated): Political philosophy • Historical political thinkers • Influential texts and ideas • Modern political issues • Democracy • Feminism • Morality • Justice • Social inequality • Revolutionary theories

Description (podcaster-provided): A new series of talks by David Runciman, in which he explores some of the most important thinkers and prominent ideas lying behind modern politics – from Hobbes to Gandhi, from democracy to patriarchy, from revolution to lock down. Plus, he talks about the crises – revolutions, wars, depressions, pandemics – that generated these new ways of political thinking. From the team that brought you Talking Politics: a history of ideas to help make sense of what’s happening today.
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Latest episode (2021-May-08 23:00 UTC): History of Ideas Q and A

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14 episodes
2020 to 2021
Median: 38 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethical challenges of Covid-19 pandemic • Public health discussions • Vaccine distribution and mandates • Economic impacts • Debt crisis • Childcare issues • Public policy • Social justice • Intellectual property • Future of work • Nursing issues

Description (podcaster-provided): A discussion of the defining ethical challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, featuring world-renowned experts in ethics, public health, law, economics, public policy, and beyond. Hosted by Joshua Preiss, Director of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) at Minnesota State University, Mankato and the author of Just Work for All: The American Dream in the 21st Century (Routledge 2021). Visit pandemic-ethics.com for more information on recent and upcoming episodes.

Latest episode (2021-May-04 08:00 UTC): Should Vaccination Be Mandatory?

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12 episodes
2020 to 2021
Median: 60 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Social justice movements • Racial and economic inequality • Political violence • Reparations • Hip hop activism • Historical perspectives • Current events analysis • Voting rights • Institutional critiques

Description (podcaster-provided): A Pod Called Quest is a podcast taking on everything that people concerned about injustice care about from the wealth gap to voting rights, to police brutality, to reparations, to health and well-being, to climate change, to state repression and much more. Sage and Science want listeners to think with them about problems of injustice, just futures, and evidence-based solutions. Derrick Darby (aka Sage) is a philosopher. Christian Davenport (aka Science) is a political scientist and sociologist. Join our quest to impose logic as well as data on the struggle for justice in America and globally. Give us your time, we give you power, wealth, and culture.

Latest episode (2021-May-03 03:00 UTC): Episode 12 – A Pod Called Quest Goes to Dartmouth

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22 episodes
2020 to 2021
Median: 54 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Technology • Philosophy • Morality • Politics • Religion • Self-improvement • Dating • AI • Surveillance • Memory • Social media • Dehumanization • Celebrity • Digital afterlife • Gaming

Description (podcaster-provided): Thinking through the technology, philosophy, morality, and politics of Black Mirror

Latest episode (2021-Mar-05 12:00 UTC): "Smithereens" (with special guest, James Buchanan "Bru" Wallace)

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100 episodes
2014 to 2021
Median: 60 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy and ethics discussions • Education and grading critiques • Free speech and academic freedom • Gender and identity debates • Conservatism and liberalism analyses • Pop culture and media critiques

Description (podcaster-provided): Knowledge, Reality, Truth, Morality … Daniel Kaufman, David Ottlinger, Robert Gressis, and their guests explore the rich universe of philosophical investigation and inquiry.

Latest episode (2021-Feb-18 17:00 UTC): Questioning the Practice of Grading in Schools (Robert Gressis & Kevin Currie-Knight)

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4 episodes
2020 to 2021
Median: 82 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Informal philosophical discussions • Philosophy of fiction • Moral intuitions • Reference in philosophy of language • Competence and voting rights • Trolley problems in ethics

Description (podcaster-provided): This is a podcast, directed at the philosophically curious, students, as well as fellow academics, in which I, Florian Steinberger, a philosopher at Birkbeck College, University of London, have informal philosophical discussions with experts in a range of different topics. Among them are the philosophy of fiction, the status of moral intuitions, as well as questions surrounding reference in the philosophy of language and whether many of us are too incompetent to deserve a right to vote, and much more. Future episodes will also take a philosophical angle on topics ranging from the sciences and the arts to dog training and martial arts.
Many thanks to my supremely gifted brother, Chris Kieling (https://www.christopherkieling.com), for designing the logo.

Latest episode (2021-Jan-03 21:37 UTC): Episode 004 - Alex Grzankowski on Reference and Attitude Ascriptions

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8 episodes
2020
Median: 39 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Discussions with contemporary philosophers • Topics on consciousness, aspiration, and ambition • Business ethics and digital ethics • History of vitalism and materialism • The role of philosophy in various contexts

Description (podcaster-provided): Conversations with Contemporary Philosophers hosted by John Symons, a professor of philosophy from the University of Kansas.
Presented to you by Mana Platform.

Latest episode (2020-Oct-19 11:00 UTC): Philosopher Daniel Dennett

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8 episodes
2020
Median: 58 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical questions • Public queries • Child-free choice • Cloning and identity • Alien existence • Self-improvement vs. authenticity • Enjoyment of scary movies • Love and pain • Ego and laziness • Hot dog as sandwich

Description (podcaster-provided): Armchair Opinions is a blog where qualified philosophers – the Armchair Philosophers – answer questions asked by the public. Here, on the podcast, we take a closer look at some of those answers. Hosted by Alex Impey and Armchair Philosophers Carl Messenger and James Brown.

Latest episode (2020-Oct-19 05:00 UTC): Is it wrong to be child-free by choice?

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4 episodes
2020
Median: 116 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Quantum physics • Philosophy of science • Metaphysics • Quantum mechanics interpretations • Spacetime emergence • Black hole thermodynamics • Animal consciousness • Cognition and evolutionary biology

Description (podcaster-provided): Here, I interview some of the leading thinkers in modern natural philosophy. I'm your host, Dr. Siddharth Muthukrishnan. I originally trained in theoretical physics, before deciding that my interests were more conceptual and foundational, and switched to philosophy. Conversations will span science and philosophy and perhaps other topics as well.

Latest episode (2020-Sep-16 19:12 UTC): Alastair Wilson on Quantum Modal Realism

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4 episodes
2017 to 2020
Median: 19 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Interviews with authors • Books on thinking • Learning from failure • Creativity from disorder • Enhancing sensory experiences • Children's stories about robots

Description (podcaster-provided): Nigel Warburton interviews a range of authors about their books about thinking

Latest episode (2020-Sep-01 15:08 UTC): David Edmonds on Undercover Robot

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18 episodes
2018 to 2020
Median: 53 minutes
Collections: PhilosophyScience

Themes (AI-generated): History of science • Philosophy of science • Importance of scientific theories • Scientific discoveries • Practical applications of science • Influence of science on society • Guest discussions on science topics

Description (podcaster-provided): Wonder Cupboard asks what science is, how it works, and how it came to be. Elena Falco and Ian Bridgeman present a new topic on the history and philosophy of science every episode.

Latest episode (2020-Jul-31 12:00 UTC): 018 – Sunbathing

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94 episodes
2015 to 2020
Median: 63 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy in everyday life • Education • Gender • Leadership • Philosophy of religion • Intellectual property • Environmental policy • Social change • Ethics • Pop culture • Democracy • Public engagement

Description (podcaster-provided): Philosophy Bakes Bread is a radio show and podcast that showcases the importance of philosophy for everyday life and for leadership. The saying goes that "philosophy bakes no bread." We disagree and co-hosts Dr. Eric Thomas Weber and Dr. Anthony Cashio invite engaging philosophers as guests for interviews about various ideas and conflicts that matter to people in real life, beyond the academy.

Latest episode (2020-Jul-24 13:47 UTC): Ep89 - BC17 - Education and Gender

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3 episodes
2020
Median: 50 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy discussions • Metaphysics • Ethics • Nietzsche's philosophy • Übermensch • Morality • Ethics of war • Justice theories • Agency • Responsibility • Free will • Reactive and objective attitudes • Moral psychology

Description (podcaster-provided): Welcome to Premise Podcast. This is your host Angelos Sofocleous.
In this podcast, I will be inviting a fellow philosopher each week to discuss a topic in an area of philosophy, including, but not limited to, metaphysics, ethics, phenomenology, aesthetics, epistemology, philosophy of religion, philosophy of language, and environmental philosophy. The podcast will also feature conversations related to politics, religion, and society.
The name of the podcast, Premise Podcast, signifies what the podcast is about: Introducing, challenging, and contrasting different premises before reaching any conclusion - if we are going to reach a conclusion. Sometimes, the conclusion might just be that a conclusion is unreachable.
This podcast will offer the opportunity to the public to explore and understand complex concepts in philosophy which will be presented in a clear and intelligible manner.
I am grateful that you are joining me on this quest to make philosophy public and I hope that this podcast will promote fruitful discussions and provide you with the opportunity to enrich your knowledge of philosophy.
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Latest episode (2020-Jul-10 07:54 UTC): #20 Friedrich Nietzsche | Dr Matthew Bennett

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75 episodes
2016 to 2020
Median: 66 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy discussions • Thought processes • Contemporary thinkers • Critical theory • Psychoanalysis • Literature analysis • Posthumanism • Social organization • Cybernetics • Ethics • Utopian concepts • Ancient philosophy

Description (podcaster-provided): Theory Talk is a philosophy podcast and critical thinking jam session, featuring in-depth discussions of contemporary thought and thinkers. The show is produced by Joseph Weissman and Taylor Adkins.
Podcast cover photo: "Trouble Light" (1977) by Joseph Nechvatal.

Latest episode (2020-Apr-01 13:00 UTC): Ep. 74: Futurality

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73 episodes
2015 to 2019
Median: 15 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Summarizing and explaining philosophical texts • Exploring ethics, justice, and virtue • Discussing friendship and happiness • Examining knowledge, wisdom, and reason • Analyzing political and social philosophy

Description (podcaster-provided): Each week we read through, summarize, and explain a different text in Philosophy.

Latest episode (2019-Jul-23 22:24 UTC): Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics Book 10: Philosophy by the Book Episode 71

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54 episodes
2018 to 2019
Median: 26 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy and self-help • Modern dilemmas through philosophical lens • Special guests and expert insights • Humility, doubt, failure, and creativity • Ethics, identity, and self-improvement

Description (podcaster-provided): Equal parts philosophy and self-help (with a dash of humor thrown in for taste), The Happier Hour aims to make philosophy useful for the rest of us. Each episode explores a modern-day dilemma, via the lens of the greatest philosophers of all time, and often with special guests in the hot seat who know about stuff. Like the joy that comes from a strong drink at half the price, this show is for curious minds who want to know more about philosophy, without going back to school. Join your host Monica McCarthy, because it’s time to get happier!

Latest episode (2019-May-28 09:00 UTC): #054 Humility Q&A: Self-Care, Self-Promotion, And The Myth of Being Self-Made

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8 episodes
2018 to 2019
Median: 28 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): women philosophers • interviews • philosophical influences • early modern period • metaphysics • value theory • Project Vox • philosophical canon expansion

Description (podcaster-provided): A series of short interviews with people interested in women philosophers. Learn something, get excited, find out how to learn more. Developed by the New Narratives in the History of Philosophy Project

Latest episode (2019-May-16 20:27 UTC): Episode 8: Katherine Brading and Anne-Lise Rey on Emilie du Chatelet

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3 episodes
2018
Median: 48 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Technology • Economic Growth • Consciousness • Liberalism • Prediction Markets • Self Deception • Philosophy of Science

Description (podcaster-provided): Re:thinking is an interdisciplinary podcast exploring ideas at the intersection of philosophy and technology.

Latest episode (2018-Oct-31 15:00 UTC): Ep 6 - Tyler Cowen on Economic Growth, Liberalism, and Philosophy

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4 episodes
2016 to 2018
Median: 19 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical landmarks • Historical significance • Expert discussions • Philosophers' lives • Cultural impact • Design and death • American and European philosophy

Description (podcaster-provided): Nigel Warburton interviews a range of experts on places associated with philosophers.

Latest episode (2018-May-20 15:54 UTC): John Kaag on Henry David Thoreau and Walden Pond

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10 episodes
2017
Median: 21 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethics • Philosophy • Money • Cultural heritage • Sports ethics • Reparations • Philosophical advice • Climate change and children • Humor ethics • Achievements

Description (podcaster-provided): A podcast about ethics from the Centre for Ethics at the University of Toronto.

Latest episode (2017-Dec-22 20:35 UTC): What Can Money Buy?

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6 episodes
2017
Median: 52 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Equality of opportunity • Equal status • Equal treatment • Philosophical justifications • Feminism • Sex equality • Legal and social frameworks • Reproductive technology • Public debate confusion

Description (podcaster-provided): The annual public Uehiro Lecture Series captures the ethos of the Uehiro Centre, which is to bring the best scholarship in analytic philosophy to bear on the most significant problems of our time, and to make progress in the analysis and resolution of these issues to the highest academic standard, in a manner that is also accessible to the general public. Philosophy should not only create knowledge, it should make people’s lives better.

Latest episode (2017-Aug-24 11:06 UTC): 2013 Annual Uehiro Lecture (3): Equal Opportunity

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23 episodes
2012 to 2017
Median: 27 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical conundrums • real-world implications • live audience • expert guests • moral dilemmas • theoretical puzzles • abstract questions • pub setting

Description (podcaster-provided): Matthew Sweet examines philosophical problems with a live audience in a pub

Latest episode (2017-Feb-28 11:35 UTC): Swearing

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3 episodes
2014 to 2017
Median: 10 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Moral and political philosophy discussions • Humanity's ownership of Earth • Immigration ethics • Class privilege • Ethics of war and killing

Description (podcaster-provided): The Journal of Practical Ethics, an open access journal in moral and political philosophy (and related areas), published by the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, located at the University of Oxford. In this series, an author from each issue of the journal presents an overview of their paper in conversation with Dave Edmonds of Philosophy Bites.

Latest episode (2017-Feb-07 10:38 UTC): Humanity’s Collective Ownership of the Earth and Immigration

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60 episodes
2014 to 2015
Median: 12 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy • Science • History • Ethics • Psychology • Religion • Society • Human behavior • Famous thinkers • Big questions

Description (podcaster-provided): Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the work of key philosophers and their theories.

Latest episode (2015-Aug-07 11:15 UTC): Neuropsychologist Paul Broks on Wittgenstein

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9 episodes
2014 to 2015
Median: 18 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Ethics of sexual orientation • LGBTQ+ issues • Genetic engineering • War ethics • Abortion debate • Sex-selection ethics • Free will and moral responsibility • Euthanasia legality • Virtue ethics

Description (podcaster-provided): Practical Ethics Bites is a series of audio podcasts on practical ethics targeted specifically at pupils studying philosophy in UK schools. It is produced by the team behind the popular podcast Philosophy Bites, David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton. Philosophy Bites has had over 21 million downloads. David Edmonds is a Senior Research Associate at Oxford’s Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics and all the interviewees are academics linked to the Uehiro Centre. The series aims to be a free educational resource for teachers. Each interview is around 20 minutes long.

Latest episode (2015-Jul-14 08:46 UTC): Can you choose to be gay?

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9 episodes
2014
Median: 82 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy arguments • Logic and argument evaluation • Descartes' "I think therefore I am" • Moral theories • Wilt Chamberlain thought experiment • Gettier Problems • Possible worlds • Philosophy of science • Objective facts • Audience Q&A

Description (podcaster-provided): In this series of podcasts Marianne Talbot uses some famous arguments in the history of philosophy to examine philosophy as a discipline. By harnessing participants’ intuitions on both sides of the various arguments she encourages her audience actually to do philosophy. In listening to these podcasts you can yourself learn how to do philosophy, not by listening to someone else do it, but by starting to do it for yourself.

Latest episode (2014-Nov-11 15:57 UTC): Questions and Answers Session

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41 episodes
2011 to 2014
Median: 54 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical debates • Ethics • Language and meaning • Human consciousness • Political philosophy • Meta-ethics • Historical philosophical figures • Science and metaphysics • Feminist philosophy • Education in philosophy

Description (podcaster-provided): Podcasts from philosophynow.org, home of the most widely read philosophy magazine in the world, Philosophy Now.

Latest episode (2014-Jun-29 19:00 UTC): The Mental Universe Debate

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58 episodes
2012 to 2014
Median: 51 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Metaphysics • Philosophy of mind • Ancient philosophy • Process ontology • Powers and dispositions • Causation • Aristotle and Stoicism • Moral development • Collective agency • Relations in metaphysics

Description (podcaster-provided): Exploring various aspects of modern and ancient metaphysics as they relate to the hypothesis that powers (or dispositions) are the sole elementary building block in ontology.

Latest episode (2014-May-07 14:24 UTC): Two Concepts of Emergence

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22 episodes
2008 to 2013
Median: 19 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): classic philosophy • Socratic thought • Platonic dialogues • Aristotelian ethics • Enlightenment philosophy • philosophical skepticism • political philosophy • metaphysics • ethics • historical arguments • theological philosophy • social contract theory • existentialism

Description (podcaster-provided): With The Philosophy Podcast, LearnOutLoud.com will showcase audio renditions of classic philosophy from such greats as Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Nietzsche and much more. For more audio and video material tailored to the lifelong learner, please feel free to visit www.learnoutloud.com

Latest episode (2013-Sep-07 03:00 UTC): The Communist Manifesto

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3 episodes
2010 to 2012
Median: 49 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Recorded lectures • Philosophy faculty • Human thought and consciousness • Medieval Philosophy • Bertrand Russell’s metaphysics • Causation debate • Empirical and philosophical arguments

Description (podcaster-provided): Recorded lectures from the Faculty of Philosophy

Latest episode (2012-Nov-02 14:55 UTC): Professor Huw Price Inaugural Lecture

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17 episodes
2012
Median: 41 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Western monotheistic religions • Judaism • Christianity • Islam • Essential properties of God • Accidental properties of God • Ontological and Cosmological Arguments • Design Argument • Religious experience • Miracles • Problem of Evil • Pascal's Wager

Description (podcaster-provided): This series of eight lectures delivered by Dr T. J. Mawson at the University of Oxford in Hilary Term 2011, introduces the main philosophical arguments pertaining to the Western monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Each lecture has an associated hand-out (two for the first lecture).

Latest episode (2012-May-02 13:48 UTC): 8. Faith and Pascal's Wager

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7 episodes
2008 to 2012
Median: 92 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Introduction to philosophy • Thought experiments • Key philosophers • Logic and argument • Metaphysics • Epistemology • Ethics • Politics • History of philosophy • Philosophy of language • Philosophy of mind

Description (podcaster-provided): Philosophy has been studied for thousands of years. It involves the use of reason and argument to search for the truth about reality - about the nature of things, ethics, aesthetics, language, the mind, God and everything else. This series of five introductory lectures, aimed at students new to philosophy, presented by Marianne Talbot, Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford, will test you on some famous thought experiments and introduce you to some central philosophical issues and to the thoughts of some key philosophers.

Latest episode (2012-Apr-16 12:38 UTC): Further reading and more... (Slides)

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10 episodes
2012
Median: 82 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Mind and brain relationship • Identity Theory critiques • Non-Reductive Physicalisms issues • Alternatives to Physicalism • Philosophical questions • Audience Q&A • Further reading and resources

Description (podcaster-provided): The mind is a fascinating entity. Where, after all, would we be without it? But what exactly is it? These days many people believe the mind simply is the brain. Descartes would have disagreed profoundly. He recommended a dualism of substance. Modern philosophers are again finding various forms of dualism attractive because the problems with physicalism are so intractable. One such problem is whether the mind, like the brain, is located in space (specifically inside the head). But does philosophy have anything sensible to say about the mind? Surely today it is scientists we should be listening to? Come and find out why this is – and always will be – false.

Latest episode (2012-Apr-16 12:15 UTC): Further reading and more... (Other Resource)

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13 episodes
2010 to 2012
Median: 68 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Recognizing arguments • Types of arguments • Deductive and inductive reasoning • Analyzing arguments • Validity and truth • Fallacies • Further reading

Description (podcaster-provided): Are you confident you can reason clearly? Are you able to convince others of your point of view? Are you able to give plausible reasons for believing what you believe? Do you sometimes read arguments in the newspapers, hear them on the television, or in the pub and wish you knew how to confidently evaluate them?
In this six-part course, you will learn all about arguments, how to identify them, how to evaluate them, and how not to mistake bad arguments for good. Such skills are invaluable if you are concerned about the truth of your beliefs, and the cogency of your arguments.

Latest episode (2012-Apr-16 12:15 UTC): Further reading and more... (Slides)

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10 episodes
2011 to 2012
Median: 18 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Moral implications of medical technologies • Neuroscience and morality • Brain chemistry • Responsibility • Organ selling • Trust in healthcare • Genetic engineering • Life and death decisions • Designer babies

Description (podcaster-provided): Bioethics is the study of the moral implications of new and emerging medical technologies and looks to answer questions such as selling organs, euthanasia and whether should we clone people. The series consists of a series of interviews by leading bioethics academics and is aimed at individuals looking to explore often difficult and confusing questions surrounding medical ethics. The series lays out the issue in a clear and precise way and looks to show all sides of the debate.

Latest episode (2012-Feb-03 11:25 UTC): Neuroscience Can Tell Us About Morality

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20 episodes
2011
Median: 18 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): History of multiculturalism • Varieties of multiculturalism • Role of disgust • Justifying liberal intervention • Multiculturalism vs. liberalism • Welfare state conflicts • Free speech concerns • Political obligations • Historical toleration • Recognition and respect

Description (podcaster-provided): Multiculturalism is one of the most vexing political issues of our day. How can people with very different values and customs live alongside each other? What is the history of multiculturalism? What are the arguments for and against its various forms? Has it failed? Does it have a future? The Open University's Nigel Warburton interviews ten leading thinkers about the meaning and implications of multiculturalism. David Edmonds introduces each episode.

Latest episode (2011-Jul-08 03:10 UTC): Tariq Modood on The History of Multiculturalism

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27 episodes
2008 to 2011
Median: 60 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophy lecture series • Phenomenal experience • Knowledge argument • Self-locating belief • Acquaintance • Externalism • Rational revisability • Normativity and logic • Reasons and normativity • Ancient Greek philosophy as a way of life

Description (podcaster-provided): The John Locke Lectures are among the world's most distinguished lecture series in philosophy. The series began in 1950 and are given once a year.

Latest episode (2011-Jul-06 18:09 UTC): 2011 Lecture 4: Platonism as a Way of Life

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22 episodes
2011
Median: 12 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Consciousness • Personal identity • Political obligation • Moral dilemmas • Religious belief • Thought experiments • Evil and good • Abortion rights • Dualism • Cartesian doubt

Description (podcaster-provided): Have you ever considered what being conscious actually means? By choosing to live in a particular state are you consenting to be subject to all its laws? For some there’s an assumption that philosophy might not be relevant to modern life but Dr. Nigel Warburton, senior lecturer in Philosophy at The Open University argues that many of us today are faced with philosophical questions such as these as we live our lives in the twenty first century. In this collection we ask academics to discuss these questions in addition to other important philosophical issues and concepts such as the morality of abortions and the reconciling a world with evil and a good God.
This material forms part of The Open University course A222 Exploring philosophy.

Latest episode (2011-Jun-13 21:48 UTC): Philosophy in the real world

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10 episodes
2011
Median: 13 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Philosophical debates on justice and morality • Classical and modern utilitarianism • Kant's moral philosophy • Justice related to self-interest and retribution • Distributive justice by Rawls • Libertarian justice theories by Nozick

Description (podcaster-provided): Although what constitutes justice may vary depending on culture or historical context, all forms of justice are built on a foundation of moral assumptions that include ideas about ethics, fairness and the law. Philosophers have often debated the nature of both morality and justice and their relationship with each other and in this collection we explore some of the most influential ideas on the topics from Kant to Bentham and investigate problems such as can inequalities be justified, provided they are to the benefit of the worst off?
This material forms part of The Open University course A222 Exploring philosophy.

Latest episode (2011-Jun-13 21:37 UTC): Plato on justice and self interest

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8 episodes
2011
Median: 42 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Examination of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason • Limits of sense and reason • Metaphysics as a science • Space and time • A priori synthetic judgements • Self-awareness and external world • Transcendental Deduction • Synthetic Unity of Apperception • Paralogisms and antinomies

Description (podcaster-provided): A lecture series examining Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. This series looks at German Philosopher Immanuel Kant's seminal philosophical work 'The Critique of Pure Reason'. The lectures aim to outline and discuss some of the key philosophical issues raised in the book and to offer students and individuals thought provoking Kantian ideas surrounding metaphysics. Each lecture looks at particular questions raised in the work such as how do we know what we know and how do we find out about the world, dissects these questions with reference to Kant's work and discusses the broader philosophical implications. Anyone with an interest in Kant and philosophy will find these lectures thought provoking but accessible.

Latest episode (2011-Mar-16 16:09 UTC): The discipline of reason: The paralogisms and Antinomies of Pure Reason.

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8 episodes
2011
Median: 54 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Western philosophy of art and beauty • Plato • Aristotle • David Hume • Immanuel Kant • interpretation of literature • emotion in music • defining art

Description (podcaster-provided): Lecture series on Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Art. The first part of the series focuses on some of the most important writings on art and beauty in the Western philosophical tradition, covering Plato, Aristotle, David Hume, and Immanuel Kant. The second part of the series focuses on questions about understanding works of art and about the nature of art. This part examines the interpretation of literature, the expression of emotion in music, and the definition of art

Latest episode (2011-Mar-15 16:40 UTC): 8. Defining Art

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41 episodes
2010
Median: 12 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): History of philosophy • Key philosophical problems • Induction • External world scepticism • Cartesian dualism • Knowledge theory • Perception issues • Free will and determinism • Personal identity debates

Description (podcaster-provided): A series of lectures delivered by Peter Millican to first-year philosophy students at the University of Oxford. The lectures comprise of the 8-week General Philosophy course, delivered to first year undergraduates. These lectures aim to provide a thorough introduction to many philosophical topics and to get students and others interested in thinking about key areas of philosophy. Taking a chronological view of the history of philosophy, each lecture is split into 3 or 4 sections which outline a particular philosophical problem and how different philosophers have attempted to resolve the issue. Individuals interested in the 'big' questions about life such as how we perceive the world, who we are in the world and whether we are free to act will find this series informative, comprehensive and accessible.

Latest episode (2010-Dec-01 15:57 UTC): 8.4 Persons, Humans and Brains

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7 episodes
2009
Median: 57 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Nietzsche's views on guilt • Experience of nature • Free will and moral responsibility • Mind, language, and nature • Metaphysics and determinism • Value Monism • Scholarly editions and manuscripts

Description (podcaster-provided): Keynote speeches and special session given at the international conference 'Nietzsche on Mind and Nature', held at St. Peter's College, Oxford, 11-13 September 2009, organized by the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford.

Latest episode (2009-Dec-23 12:42 UTC): Nietzsche Source. Scholarly Nietzsche editions on the web

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5 episodes
2008
Median: 31 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Metaphysics • Rationality • Global Catastrophic Risks • Simulation Theory • Applied Ethics • Human Enhancement • Aristotle's Ethics

Description (podcaster-provided): A selection of short interviews with Oxford philosophers (part of the series of 'Interviews with Oxonians').

Latest episode (2008-Sep-12 18:13 UTC): Adrian Moore on Metaphysics

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18 episodes
2007 to 2008
Median: 15 minutes
Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Key works in philosophy summarized • themes of ethics, politics, and reality • critiques and interpretations of philosophical arguments • authors like Kant, Mill, Locke, and Plato explored

Description (podcaster-provided): Author Nigel Warburton reads from his book Philosophy: The Classics which is an introduction to 27 key works in the history of Philosophy

Latest episode (2008-Jul-21 19:51 UTC): Soren Kierkegaard - Either/Or

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10 episodes
2007

Collection: Philosophy

Themes (AI-generated): Political philosophy and history • Key thinkers from Plato to Rothbard • Concepts of liberty, justice, and government • Analysis of classical and modern political theories • Social contract and natural law principles

Description (podcaster-provided): In this ten-lecture course sponsored by Steve Berger and Kenneth Garschina, intellectual historian David Gordon guides students through a survey of the greatest thinkers, and evaluates these scholars by their arguments for and against the idea of Liberty.Download the complete audio of this event (ZIP) here.

Latest episode (2007-Jun-09 05:00 UTC): 10. Robert Nozick and Murray Rothbard