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Philosophy Podcast Episodes

A composite list of episodes from the past 90 days of philosophy and "ideas" podcasts.

Updated: 2022-Jun-29 11:31 UTC. Episodes: 891. Minimum length: 5 minutes. Hide descriptions. Rank is based on the episode age and the number of members of this list following the podcast's Twitter account as indicated on the podcast series list. Switch to chronological view. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Episodes
podcast imageBarkha Dutt on the Nuances of Indian Life
Growing up, Barkha Dutt was totally rootless. She spoke English, not her parent’s Punjabi. She devoured Enid Blyton and studied English literature during college, but read few Indian novelists. She didn’t even know her caste. This has opened her... (2022-Jun-29 • 52 minutes • @tylercowen)
podcast imageEt maintenant, la philo ? 2/4 : Planète, qu'en est-il ?
durée : 00:58:04 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Comment bien habiter le monde ? Comment reconnaître nos excès, comprendre cette planète que nous habitons et dont les mécanismes, par bien des aspects, nous échappent ? - invités : Charles Stépanoff anthropologue, directeur d'études à l'Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales (2022-Jun-29 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageThe Popperian Podcast #18 – Joseph Agassi – ‘Karl Popper’s Hopeful Monsters’
This episode of the Popperian Podcast features an interview that Jed Lea-Henry conducted with Joseph Agassi. They speak about Joseph’s background as a student of Karl Popper, his life and his philosophy, his interactions with people such as Imre... (2022-Jun-29 • 89 minutes • @JedLeaHenry)
podcast imageEpisode 173: World Tour of Philosophy: France Part 4
This week, join Mike and Danny as they discuss beards and public perception. Yes, we are still in France and Montaigne and the crew are living large. Extreme philosophy is the name of the game and the French philosophes take no prisoners - it's Bastille or exile for out fearless thinkers. Tolerance and freedom are front and centre but who do we tolerate? Do we tolerate the intolerant? Can we educate people to make appropriate choices or do we have to censor those that don’t agree with us? Voltaire certainly... (2022-Jun-29 • 20 minutes • @PhilosophyWtf)
podcast imageSteve Magness on Doing Hard Things and Why We Get Resilience Wrong | All Great Stories Have One Thing In Common
Ryan reads today’s daily meditation and talks to Steve Magness about his new book Do Hard Things: Why We Get Resilience Wrong and the Surprising Science of Real Toughness, how to lead people effectively, embracing the long game instead of quitting, and more.Steve Magness is a world-renowned expert on performance, coauthor of Peak Performance and The Passion Paradox. Collectively his books have sold more than a quarter-million copies in print, ebook, and audio formats. His writing has appeared in Forbes, Spo... (2022-Jun-29 • 76 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageGeorge Anastaplo on Television
As we leave the Televisual Age behind and enter into the Digital Age, it might seem like a paper proposing the banning or severe limiting of TV hasn't aged all too well. But Anastaplo's paper proposing just that has aged like a fine wine, and is more... (2022-Jun-29 • 57 minutes • @thenewthinkery@alexpriou@GregMcBrayer3@Tempest1610)
podcast image#286 — The Paradox of Psychedelics
In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris shares an audio essay exploring how psychedelics are, for many, the only way to glimpse "the vast firmament beyond the prison walls” of the “conceptual mind”—and often serve as the gateway to... (2022-Jun-28 • 42 minutes • @SamHarrisOrg)
podcast imageEp. 34 What is God? Philosophy of Religion, Part 1
Join us for this multi-part series on the philosophy of religion. We begin with discussing the scope of this particular branch of philosophy, and then discuss what we can and cannot know about God, which include attributes such as omnipotence and omnibenevolence. We'd love to hear from you! Below are ways you can best contact the show. Open Door Philosophy on Twitter @d_parsonage or @opendoorphil Open Door Philosophy on Instagram @opendoorphilosophy Open Door Philosophy website at opendoorphilosophy.c... (2022-Jun-28 • 65 minutes • @opendoorphil@d_parsonage)
podcast imageEp. 43 - Garrett Pendergraft: "Free Will and Human Agency" (50 Thought Experiments)
In this episode, I speak with Garrett Pendergraft about his forthcoming book: FREE WILL AND HUMAN AGENCY: 50 PUZZLES, PARADOXES, AND THOUGHT EXPERIMENTS, which will be out in July 2022! We discuss three chapters on the Garden of Forking Paths, Uncertainty and Deliberation, and Divine Foreknowledge. (2022-Jun-28 • 73 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast imageAre we right about atheism? | Julian Baggini
Julian Baggini revisits atheism. (2022-Jun-28 • 32 minutes • @IAI_TV)
podcast imageAaron Wendland
I ask the philosopher Aaron Wendland five questions about himself. | | Aaron Wendland is Vision Fellow in Public Philosophy at King’s College, London and Senior Research Fellow at Massey College in the University of Toronto. He has written about Kant, Hegel, Husserl, Heidegger, Levinas, Derrida, Danto, and Kuhn, and edits the Agora series in public philosophy at the New Statesman. (2022-Jun-28 • 33 minutes • @KieranSetiya)
podcast imageEp. 179 - Why Cosmopsychism Could Be a Threat to Theism w/Dr. Philip Goff
In this episode of the Parker's Pensées Podcast, I'm joined by Dr. Philip Goff to discuss panpsychism, cosmopsychism, and theism. We cover some of Goff's academic papers wherein he argues that an agentive cosmopsychism could account for the fine tuning of the universe just as well as theism can but that it's simpler than theism and hence should be preferred. We also discuss how a panpsychism might account for. the laws of logic and other abstracta and the meaning of life on panpsychism.  | Check out mo... (2022-Jun-28 • 93 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageEthics of Academia (3) - Regina Rini
In this episode I talk to Regina Rini, Canada Research Chair at York University in Toronto. Regina has a background in neuroscience and cognitive science but now works primarily in moral philosophy. She has the distinction of writing a lot of philosophy for the public through her columns for the Time Literary Supplement and the value of this becomes a major theme of our conversation. You can download the episode here or listen below. You can also subscribe on Apple, Spotify and other podcasting services. #m... (2022-Jun-28 • @JohnDanaher)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, Confessions - Following Or Breaking God's Laws - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The Confessions. It focuses specifically on his discussion about how to understand what seems to be contradictions in Jewish and Christian scriptures about what it is that God requires or commands of people To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www... (2022-Jun-28 • 16 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageEpisode 39: Complicated Moist Robots (with Tarik LaCour)
The first half of the episode is dedicated to illusionism. In the second half, we talk about Christianity in general and Mormonism in particular, with an eye toward how such religious traditions square with metaphysics and epistemologies that are broadly naturalistic, empiricist, and physicalist. (2022-Jun-28 • @spacetimemind99@onemorebrown@petemandik)
podcast imageCrime, Punishment, and Alternative Forms of Justice
The demographics of Canada’s prison population are far out of line with the rest of Canada. As part of the Provocation Ideas Festival and the Toronto International Festival of Authors, Nahlah Ayed hosts a panel discussion on challenges facing the legal system, and how to build a better court. (2022-Jun-28 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageStuart Vyse: The Utility of Delusions (Why It's Not Always Rational to be Rational) | STM #136
On episode 136, we welcome behavioral scientist Stuart Vyse to discuss the practical benefits of certain delusional beliefs; love-at-first-sight as a defense mechanism to foster romance; whether we can prevent the emotional crash that normally results... (2022-Jun-27 • 90 minutes • @seize_podcast@EgoEndsNow@leonscafe31)
podcast imageCBC Massey Lectures | # 6: Asia and the Art of Storytelling
In her final Massey Lecture, Esi Edugyan speaks to how China and Japan created their ideas of Blackness from imported stories of pre-twentieth-century Africa, "shaping cultural expectations and in turn shaping the Black history and experience in Asia." For Esi Edugyan going to Asia served as a lesson in the power of storytelling and also the dangers of Othering. *This episode originally aired on January 31, 2022. (2022-Jun-27 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageS1E10 - Jack Beaulieu on Sanskrit Philosophy and Neurodiversity
| Jack Beaulieu is a PhD student at the University of Toronto. We'll be talking primarily about his research in Sanskrit philosophy, advice on publishing in non-western philosophical traditions, and neurodiversity in the field of philosophy. If, after listening, you’d like to get in touch with Jack, you can email him at [email protected] | Find out more at http://www.philosophersnest.com (2022-Jun-27 • @KOosterum@99lewiswilliams)
podcast imageDon't Think About It, ACT On It | What's In Your Way Is The Way
Ryan talks about the importance of living out philosophy, and reads this week’s meditation from The Daily Stoic Journal.InsideTracker provides you with a personalized plan to improve your metabolism, reduce stress, improve sleep, and optimize your health for the long haul. For a limited time, get 20% off the entire InsideTracker store. Just go to insidetracker.com/STOIC to claim this deal.✉️ Want Stoic wisdom delivered to your inbox daily? Sign up for the FREE Daily Stoic email at https://dailystoic.com/dai... (2022-Jun-27 • 11 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageEt maintenant, la philo ? 1/4 : Qu'attend-on de la philosophie ?
durée : 00:58:15 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Si le bac nous confronte toutes et tous à la philosophie, après, que se passe-t-il ? Comment fait-on de la philo ? Sa pratique a-t-elle évolué et dans quel sens ? Qu'en lit-on ? Comment s'en sert-on ? - invités : Maxime Catroux Directrice éditoriale déléguée en charge des essais chez Flammarion et directrice de la collection Climats; Michaël Foessel philosophe, spécialiste de la philosophie allemande et de la philosophie conte... (2022-Jun-27 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast image#644 Mathias Clasen: The Evolutionary Psychology of Horror, Apocalyptic Stories, and Villains
Dr. Mathias Clasen is associate professor in literature and media at Aarhus University. He is the Director of the Recreational Fear Lab, and Associate Editor of Evolutionary Studies in Imaginative Culture. He studies horror fiction, and is the author of Why Horror Seduces, and A Very Nervous Person's Guide to Horror Movies. | In this episode, we talk about horror from an evolutionary perspective. We discuss horror from an evolutionary perspective, and the sociocultural factors behind it. We talk about the t... (2022-Jun-27 • 67 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageAugmented Thinking: The New Convergence of Art, Technology, and Science with Professor Julio Ottino
We live in an age of increasing complexity and uncertainty. We live in a time when humanity faces extremely complex challenges. Our ability, or lack thereof, to create solutions to such extremely complicated challenges may determine our long-term survival as a civilization. The question is: is our existing style of thinking adequate, or do we require a new style of thinking in order to innovate and lead into the future. In their recent book Julio Ottino and Bruce Mau make a case for “The Nexus”, a radically... (2022-Jun-27 • 61 minutes • @BTG_ie)
podcast image202 | Andrew Papachristos on the Network Theory of Gun Violence
I talk with sociologist Andrew Papachristos about using applied network theory to understand patterns of gun violence. (2022-Jun-27 • 75 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast image20/06/22: Samuel Scheffler on Partiality, Deference, and Engagement
The partiality we display, insofar as we form and sustain personal attachments, is not normatively fundamental. It is a byproduct of the deference and responsiveness that are essential to our engagement with the world. We cannot form and sustain valuable personal relationships without seeing ourselves as answerable to the other participants in those relationships. And we cannot develop and sustain valuable projects without responding to the constraints imposed on our activities by the nature and requirement... (2022-Jun-27 • 52 minutes • @Aristotweets)
podcast image41 | James Boggs and the Problem of Rights under Capitalism
In this episode we discuss James Boggs’s 1963 The American Revolution: Pages from a Negro Worker’s Notebook. We talk about Boggs’s materialist conception of rights as “what you make and what you take.” In Boggs we find a novel conception of rights that are grounded in social power. We delve into the dangers automation and structural unemployment present to rights to life and happiness while wondering if a “workless” society would truly be a better one. In the end, we extend a figleaf to egalitarian liberals... (2022-Jun-27 • 60 minutes • @leftofphil@gdmorejon@whitherutopia@oglynwil@classreductress)
podcast imageEp. 296: Heidegger's Questions Being (Part One)
Continuing from our overview in , we do a close reading on selections from the introduction of Martin Heidegger's Being and Time to consider Heidegger's Being in relation to Aristotle's Categories, what questioning means, and some of Heidegger's basic... (2022-Jun-27 • 50 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imagePop, philosophy and politics
When philosophy turns its attention to music, it’s traditionally an exercise in high culture, while pop finds itself relegated to the margins. This week we’re getting serious about pop, and exploring the ways that the compositional and sonic structures of pop music reflect the social and political structures of the broader culture. (2022-Jun-26 • 28 minutes • @DavidPZone)
podcast image7 Stoic Strategies For Being Creative
Ancient philosophy and creative work are rarely thought analogous. Maybe they should.Creative work of any kind—a book, a screenplay, a painting, an album, a business—really comes down to having something to say and a way to say it so people listen. Ryan Holiday breaks down the Stoic strategies for being creative that have helped him write 12 books in 10 years. The process can be lonely, intimidating, and filled with self-doubt. Stoicism is a tool ready to help. Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://dai... (2022-Jun-26 • 10 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, Confessions - Getting Metaphysics of God And Evil Wrong - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The Confessions. It focuses specifically on his discussion of the nature of evil, and the problem of understanding how, given the existence of God, there could be evil in the universe in book 7. By Augustine's own admission, he was approaching the question of the origin or cause of evil in some mistaken ways, and he reviews both the mistaken attempts and some of the assumptions underlying them, ... (2022-Jun-26 • 10 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageHAP 103 - A Federal Case - Nnamdi Azikiwe and Obafemi Awolowo
Two Nigerian activists lead the struggle for independence, and clash over the competing values of national unity and ethnic diversity. (2022-Jun-26 • 29 minutes • @HistPhilosophy@ChikeJeffers)
podcast imageLionel Shriver on Should We Stay or Should We Go
When is death preferable to living?  Are there fates worse than death? And what sort of future society should we build? | Lionel Shriver discusses her latest novel, Should We Stay or Should We Go | | Hosted by Mark Oppenheimer and Jason Werbeloff | Edited and Produced by James Mullen (2022-Jun-26 • 56 minutes • @JasonWerbeloff)
podcast imageEpisode #167 ... Jose Ortega - Revolt of the Masses
Today we continue talking about the work of Ortega. This time about his book Revolt of the Masses. Twitter - @iamstephenwest for updates Thank you for wanting to know more today than you did yesterday. :) (2022-Jun-25 • 27 minutes • @iamstephenwest)
podcast imageEpisode 127 - Letter to Pythocles 02 - The Formation of "Worlds"
Welcome to Episode One Hundred Twenty Seven of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world. I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. We encourage you to study Epicurus for yourself, and we su... (2022-Jun-25 • 57 minutes • @NewEpicurean)
podcast imageAbortion Theory
In this special episode, Ryan and Todd address the newly minted US Supreme Court decision that overturns the nationwide right to abortion access. They delve into the history of the famous decision granting abortion rights and theorize what has changed. During this discussion, they use the so-called abortion episode from the television series "Maude" as a reference point. The works referenced in the episode can be found here: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/... here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zv...... (2022-Jun-25 • 81 minutes • @UVMcas)
podcast imageRamachandra Guha on Gandhi’s Extraordinary Life and Legacy
Ryan talks to author Ramachandra Guha about his books Gandhi Before India and India After Gandhi, the journey that led Gandhi to become one of the worlds most influential leaders, how humanity was impacted by Gandhi’s legacy, and more.Ramachandra Guha—hailed by Time as “Indian democracy's preeminent chronicler” - is a prominent author and columnist based in Bangalore. Ram’s research interests have included environmental, social, political, and cricket history, and his books cover a wide range of themes... (2022-Jun-25 • 71 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, Confessions - Finding Wisdom In Scriptures - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The Confessions. It focuses specifically on his changing viewpoint towards Jewish and Christian sacred scriptures. At first, Augustine viewed them as crude and childish, but over time came to view them as containing considerable wisdom To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/Reas... (2022-Jun-25 • 18 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageKarl Marx’s ”Capital” Vol. 3 (Part 5/10)
In this episode, I cover chapters 27-31 from part five of Karl Marx's "Capital" Vol. 3. This is the breakdown of each episode: Episode One: Preface and Part One Episode Two: Part Two Episode Three: Part Three and Part Four Episode Four: Part Five (Ch... (2022-Jun-25 • 39 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageFernando Pessoa: The Poet as Philosopher with Jonardon Ganeri
Fernando Pessoa (1888–1935) lived what was in many ways an astonishingly modern, transcultural and translingual life. He was born in Lisbon and grew up in Anglophone Durban, acquiring a life-long love for English poetry and language. Returning to Lisbon, from where he would never again leave, he set himself the goal to travel throughout an infinitude of inner landscapes, to be an explorer of inner worlds. He published very little, but left behind a famous trunk containing a treasure-trove of scraps, on whic... (2022-Jun-24 • 69 minutes • @RIPhilo)
podcast imageEp. 178 - Trope Theory, God's Providence, and NFTs w/Dr. Robert Garcia
What do philosophers mean by tropes? What about properties? And what's an NFT? Philosopher, Dr. Robert Garcia, joins me to answer these questions and more in this episode of the Parker's Pensées Podcast.   | Find more from Dr. Garcia here: http://www.robertkgarcia.com/ | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $3, $5 or more a month. Any amount helps, and for $5 you get a Parker's Pensées sticker and instant access to all the episode as I record them instead of waiting for their releas... (2022-Jun-24 • 102 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageShould we legalize (part 3)...Gambling
Third in our series (of 3 episodes) exploring the intersection of morality and public policy; generally of the form 'should X be made legal?'. We'll be exploring both the ethical arguments and some of the high level data around key policy decisions surrounding commonly banned substances and activities. A core introductory theme (and one that's consistently touched on through the series) is when and how a governing power should behave independent of morality, i.e. with a greater focus and interest in outcome... (2022-Jun-24 • 31 minutes • @MoralityofThe@AnthonyNCollias)
podcast imageObjets inattendus de la philosophie 22/22 : La punchline, "on rappe tout ce qu'on n'a pas su pleurer"
durée : 00:58:27 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Jeu littéraire, amour du style et du clash ou langage ampoulé, aujourd'hui on remonte la généalogie de la punchline, plus qu'un coup, une marque que nous laisse l'écoute d'un morceau de rap. - invités : Daniel Adjerad professeur agrégé et docteur en philosophie (2022-Jun-24 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast image#285 — American Division
A Conversation with David French (2022-Jun-24 • 47 minutes • @SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image#643 Masahiro Morioka - Manga Introduction to Philosophy; Life, Death, Time, and the Meaning of Life
Dr. Masahiro Morioka is a professor of philosophy and ethics at Waseda University, Japan. He is the director of Tokyo Philosophy Project, and the editor-in-chief of Journal of Philosophy of Life. He specializes in philosophy of life, life studies, bioethics, gender studies, and criticism of contemporary civilization. He is the author of books like Manga Introduction to Philosophy: An Exploration of Time, Existence, the Self, and the Meaning of Life. | In this episode, we focus on Manga Introduction to Philo... (2022-Jun-24 • 100 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageListener Qs 30
Thank you all for the wonderful questions and your continued support. We're still having fun so glad y'all are too! Editing by Luisa Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals: Support us at Patreon: Follow... (2022-Jun-24 • 66 minutes • @0gPhilosophy)
podcast imageCBC Massey Lectures | # 5: Africa and the Art of the Future
Esi Edugyan argues we are constrained by a largely white, Eurocentric idea of progress when it comes to the history of the future. African thinkers and artists suggest other realities: the Zambian Space Program, the film Black Panther, and Nnedi Okorafor's novel Lagoon, are all possible parables of the future. *This episode originally aired on January 28, 2022. (2022-Jun-24 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image66. Repo Man (w/ Toby Levers)
The life of a repo man is intense, which is why we invited friend Toby Levers to join us to talk about Alex Cox's punk rock satire Repo Man! We discuss the film's influence and influences, as well as how it manages to mash together genres in a style all of its own, fashioning the spirit of suburban punk on to a social critique of ex-hippy middle class malaise and the inherent contradictions of rebellion. We chew on the obscure wisdom of Miller (played by the magnificent Tracey Walter) before riding away int... (2022-Jun-24 • 70 minutes • @cowspod@juskhoo)
podcast imageHistoire de la sexualité de Michel Foucault 4/4 : Volume 4 “Les aveux de la chair”, le plaisir est-il coupable ?
durée : 00:58:13 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Comment et pourquoi le plaisir sexuel est-il devenu coupable ? Et est-ce à force de culpabiliser le plaisir qu’on le provoque et l’intensifie ? - invités : Frédéric Gros Philosophe, essayiste, professeur de pensée politique à Sciences-po Paris (2022-Jun-23 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageThe morality of striking
Is it morally acceptable to go on strike, disrupting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people who are uninvolved in a dispute? This week’s rail strike is expected to be the biggest in 30 years with only a fraction of services running and widespread disruption. But whatever the arguments behind the dispute, what’s the moral case for a strike? The right to withdraw labour is seen by many as fundamental, an essential last resort in a battle with employers where workers are trying to secure reasonabl... (2022-Jun-23 • 43 minutes • @BBCRadio4)
podcast imageHow To Get Out Of A Slump | The Long Way Around
Ryan talks about how you should look at obstacles in life, and reads The Daily Stoic’s entry of the day.InsideTracker provides you with a personalized plan to improve your metabolism, reduce stress, improve sleep, and optimize your health for the long haul. For a limited time, get 20% off the entire InsideTracker store. Just go to insidetracker.com/STOIC to claim this deal.✉️ Want Stoic wisdom delivered to your inbox daily? Sign up for the FREE Daily Stoic email at https://dailystoic.com/dailyemail🏛 Get Sto... (2022-Jun-23 • 13 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageIs Julian Assange entitled to a “free speech” defence?
Julian Assange’s defenders claim that the free speech protections afforded to news organisations should apply to Assange as well — and that his impending extradition to the US therefore poses a threat to democracy. Professor Katharine Gelber joins Waleed Aly and Scott Stephens to discuss whether the free speech argument holds. (2022-Jun-23 • 54 minutes • @RadioNational)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, Confessions - Philosophy And Christianity - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The Confessions. It focuses specifically on how Augustine sought out wisdom from the resources ancient pagan philosophy had to offer situating them later within a Christian framework that partly overlapped with those resources but also surpassed them. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.... (2022-Jun-23 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageHegel's Philosophy of History
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss ideas of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770 - 1831) on history. Hegel, one of the most influential of the modern philosophers, described history as the progress in the consciousness of freedom, asking whether we enjoy more freedom now than those who came before us. To explore this, he looked into the past to identify periods when freedom was moving from the one to the few to the all, arguing that once we understand the true nature of freedom we reach an endpoint in underst... (2022-Jun-23 • 52 minutes • @BBCInOurTime)
podcast imagePEL Presents NEM#175: Richie Ramone Builds His Own Brand
Richie Reinhardt drummed for The Ramones for three albums and has released two solo albums and some singles. We discuss his new single "Not Afraid," his 2013 solo version of "I Know Better Now" from (2013), "Human Kind" by Ramones from (1984), and... (2022-Jun-23 • 62 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageCBC Massey Lectures | # 4: America and the Art of Empathy — The Post-Racial Society
"To talk of transracialism instead of racial passing is, I think, to shear off its past of darkness, of illicitness," argues Esi Edugyan. Transracialism implies that we've gone beyond the limiting values of racial passing, allowing us to define for ourselves what our race is. So where do our rights to define ourselves begin and end? *This episode originally aired on January 27, 2022. (2022-Jun-23 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image106: Self-Defense
For this episode a discussion of self-defense with emphasis given to the ideas of proportionality and aggression. | Send over your thoughts, questions, or ideas for future episodes to [email protected] | Image Attribution: By Bundesarchiv, Bild 102-00504 / CC-BY-SA 3.0, CC BY-SA 3.0 de, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.ph... (2022-Jun-23 • 11 minutes • @MillikinU)
podcast imageCircling the Void with Aaron Rabinowitz
M chats with Aaron Rabinowitz, of the "Embrace the Void" podcast, about the Better Way Anti-vax conference in the UK, the problem of "them" when it comes to problematic belief in conspiracy theories, and much more beside... Listen to Aaron's podcasts her... (2022-Jun-23 • 104 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast image#642 Douglas Kenrick & David Lundberg-Kenrick - Solving Modern Problems with a Stone-Age Brain
Dr. Douglas Kenrick is a professor in the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University. | David E. Lundberg-Kenrick is Program Manager of Psychology at Arizona State University. | They are both authors of Solving Modern Problems with a Stone-Age Brain: Human Evolution and the Seven Fundamental Motives. | In this episode, we focus on Solving Problems with a Stone-Age Brain. We start with the premise of the book, and go through the following topics: the seven fundamental motives; stone-age brains; how... (2022-Jun-23 • 135 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, Confessions - Manicheism And Faustus - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The Confessions. It focuses specifically on his engagement with the Gnostic religion of Manichaeism, his dissatisfaction with the answers to important philosophical questions that they provided, and his disappointed hopes in their bishop Faustus To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypa... (2022-Jun-22 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageInterview: Dr. Paul Diduch on Technological Moderation
This week, the guys are joined by one of Alex's colleagues: Dr. Paul Diduch. The group discuss whether unfettered technological progress is in fact "progress" and what we, especially in the modern age, ought to think about before we call technology an... (2022-Jun-22 • 79 minutes • @thenewthinkery@alexpriou@GregMcBrayer3@Tempest1610)
podcast imageEpisode 126: The Daemon Speaks, with Matt Cardin
Matt Cardin joins JF and Phil to discuss daimonic reality and the idea of dark enlightenment. (2022-Jun-22 • 82 minutes • @weirdstudies@JF_Martel)
podcast imageEp. 177 - What is 'Biblical Theology' and How Does It Work? w/Dr. GK Beale
What is Biblical Theology? How does it differ from systematic theology, historical theology, exegetical theology, etc.? Dr. GK Beale is an absolute legend in the biblical theology world and he came on to school me on biblical theology in general and how to actually do biblical theology.  | find more from Dr. Beale here: https://www.gkbeale.com/ | Dr. Beale is a legend and has taught all over the place, including:  | New Testament Professor, Reformed Theological Seminary, 2021–Present | J. Gresham ... (2022-Jun-22 • 48 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageHistoire de la sexualité de Michel Foucault 3/4 : Volume 3 “Le souci de soi”, pourquoi la sexualité n'est-elle pas qu'un plaisir solitaire ?
durée : 00:59:15 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - En 1984 paraît "Le souci de soi" : mais quel rapport entre le plaisir et le souci ? Comment le souci de soi peut-il organiser nos pratiques sexuelles et donner une direction morale et même politique à nos existences ? - invités : Judith Revel philosophe et traductrice, professeure de philosophie contemporaine à l’université Paris Nanterre, spécialiste de Michel Foucault (2022-Jun-22 • 59 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageJournalist James Pogue on Political Principles and Cultivating Virtue | We All Must Go Into The Wilderness
Ryan reads today’s daily meditation and talks to journalist James Pogue about his recent piece on the new right in Vanity Fair, how the modern political climate is void of solid principles, why cultivating virtue is so important, and more.I came across his recent piece in Vanity Fair on the New Right, where he dives inside the new strain of reactionary, retro-patriarchal conservative politics embodied by those like Tucker Carlson and J.D. Vance. It touched on a lot of things I have been thinking about latel... (2022-Jun-22 • 100 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageCBC Massey Lectures | # 3: America and the Art of Empathy — What it Means to 'Pass'
"We all construct our own identities," Esi Edugyan says in her third Massey Lecture, "but we all understand, sooner or later, the limits of doing so​ — ​that there are ways in which our practical, economic, and physical realities are fixed." She explores how people who “pass” as Black complicate our understanding of identity. *This episode originally aired on January 26, 2022. (2022-Jun-22 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageAnimal Sociality (feat. Cynthia Willett)
Are humans the only animals with culture? In episode 54 of Overthink, Ellie and David explore the social and cultural bonds that animals develop with one another. For instance, what can elephant mourning rituals tell us about elephant society and whether these creatures have a concept of death? Then, they sit down with philosopher Cynthia Willett to discuss her work on animal sociality. According to Willett, intra- and trans-species sociality challenges modern conceptions of ethical life as a matter of indi... (2022-Jun-21 • 55 minutes • @overthink_pod@ellieanderphd@DrPenaGuzman1)
podcast imageCBC Massey Lectures | # 2: Canada and the Art of Ghosts
"The stories we tell about the dead act as clarifying narratives to explain what has shaped us, and what continues to make us who we are," argues Esi Edugyan in her second Massey Lecture. However, she asks: who is being forgotten and why? When some histories are forgotten, we all lose. Recovering our ghosts is a way of redressing the narrative. *This episode originally aired on Jan. 25, 2022. (2022-Jun-21 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageCBC Massey Lectures | # 1: Europe and the Art of Seeing
Black subjects in European art are generally marginal figures, but even as such, they tell a rich tale about cultural assumptions. "To look at a portrait is to be forced to build a human life out of our own imaginations," says Massey lecturer Esi Edugyan. Art can both freeze a narrative and remove ambiguity, but it can also suggest layers of perhaps unintended meaning. *This episode originally aired on Jan. 24, 2022. (2022-Jun-21 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imagePEL Presents PMP#126: Political Sci-Fi in "The Expanse"
On the novel series and TV show written by James S.A. Corey (aka Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck). Mark is joined by Al Baker, Sabrina Weiss, and /former Colin Cole. For more, visit . Hear bonus content for this episode at or by subscribing via Apple... (2022-Jun-21 • 62 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageKaren Bennett
I ask the philosopher Karen Bennett five questions about herself. | | Karen Bennett is Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University and the author of “Making Things Up” (2017). (2022-Jun-21 • 28 minutes • @KieranSetiya)
podcast imageDoes ultimate truth exist? Rupert Sheldrake, Güneş Taylor, Peter Atkins, Hilary Lawson
Are scientific metaphors a real description of reality? (2022-Jun-21 • 45 minutes • @IAI_TV)
podcast imageEpisode 239: Lose Yourself
David and Tamler lose themselves in Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s (pr. ‘chick sent me high’) classic paper on the concept of flow. We talk about the features of flow activities – loss of ego, the merging of your awareness with the activity, and autotelic (not what you think) enjoyment. What makes flow activities so rewarding? Do you need to develop skills over many years to experience them? Do easy and natural social interactions count as flow? Plus as men of pure virtue, we call an audible and choose not to m... (2022-Jun-21 • 83 minutes • @verybadwizards@peez@tamler)
podcast imageEp. 71: Analytic vs. Continental Philosophy (Part I)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony discuss the Analytic/Continental split within philosophy. Why do these different types of philosophers hate each other? When and why did the split happen? What kinds of problems did the analytics see within the history of philosophy that warranted a change? What goals should philosophy aim for? What does “progress” look like in philosophy? How should science and prepositional calculus fit into philosophy? What metaphysical and epistemological baggage does the ana... (2022-Jun-21 • 62 minutes • @LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast imageHistoire de la sexualité de Michel Foucault 2/4 : Volume 2 “L’usage des plaisirs”, à quoi bon se maîtriser ?
durée : 01:00:05 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Si la construction du "je" est le résultat de normes imposées puis intériorisées, le plaisir peut-il me faire devenir un sujet autrement ? C’est ce que nous enseigne Foucault : en envisageant des plaisirs qui contrecarrent nos désirs, en modifiant son rapport à soi, dans le jeu, peut-on se "créer" ? - invités : Michaël Foessel philosophe, spécialiste de la philosophie allemande et de la philosophie contemporaine, et professeur... (2022-Jun-21 • 60 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEpisode #26: On Science and Stoicism: Massimo Pigliucci (Part 1)
Massimo Pigliucci is professor of philosophy at City University of New York. He holds PhDs in both philosophy and biology. As an early adopter of blogging, he has effectively communicated philosophy to the broader public. A prominent philosopher of science, he has engaged popular scientists such as Neil deGrasse Tyson and Bill Nye, exposing the … Continue reading "Episode #26: On Science and Stoicism: Massimo Pigliucci (Part 1)" (2022-Jun-21 • 61 minutes • @DavidEStorey)
podcast image#641 Robert Barton: The Evolution of the Primate Brain, The Visual Brain, and the Color Red
Dr. Robert Barton is Professor in the Department of Anthropology, Member of the Durham Cultural Evolution Research Centre at Durham University, UK. He is an evolutionary biologist/anthropologist interested in brains, behavior and cognition, using phylogenetic comparative methods to study how these traits evolved. He developed and tested the 'Visual brain hypothesis' for primate brain size evolution. | In this episode, we talk about the evolution of the primate brain. We talk about the relationship between t... (2022-Jun-20 • 62 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageREISSUE-Ep. 32: Heidegger on Being (w/ new Intro)
Discussing Martin Heidegger's Being and Time (1927) back in 2011, mostly the intro and Ch. 1 and 2. When philosophers try to figure out what really exists (God? matter? numbers?), Heidegger thinks they've forgotten a question that really should come... (2022-Jun-20 • 118 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageClare Chambers on the Unmodified Body
We all make some modifications to our bodies. But often this is in response to social pressures. So is there something to say for the largely unmodified body? Clare Chambers thinks so. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast she spells out why. The interviewer is David Edmonds. (2022-Jun-20 • 23 minutes • @philosophybites@DavidEdmonds100)
podcast image201 | Ed Yong on How Animals Sense the World
I talk with science writer Ed Yong about the world of animals with very different senses from our own. (2022-Jun-20 • 69 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast imageHistoire de la sexualité de Michel Foucault 1/4 : Volume 1 “La volonté de savoir”, pourquoi voulons-nous tout connaître du sexe ?
durée : 00:57:55 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Le sexe est-il le problème fondamental que les hommes ont à résoudre ? C'est ce que pense Foucault, qui en 1976 fait paraître le 1er tome de l"Histoire de la sexualité". La sexualité que nous découvrons en nous nous appartient-elle ? Ou est-elle construite, comme tout mécanisme d'assujetissement ? - invités : Daniele Lorenzini professeur de philosophie à l'université de Warwick (Royaume-Uni), spécialiste de l'oeuvre de Michel ... (2022-Jun-20 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageThese Are The Luckiest People | Take A Walk
Ryan talks about how your actions have a multigenerational impact, and reads this week’s meditation from The Daily Stoic Journal.InsideTracker provides you with a personalized plan to improve your metabolism, reduce stress, improve sleep, and optimize your health for the long haul. For a limited time, get 20% off the entire InsideTracker store. Just go to insidetracker.com/STOIC to claim this deal.✉️ Want Stoic wisdom delivered to your inbox daily? Sign up for the FREE Daily Stoic email at https://dailystoi... (2022-Jun-20 • 12 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageMark Siderits, "How Things Are: An Introduction to Buddhist Metaphysics" (Oxford UP, 2021)
Mark Siderits’ How Things Are: An Introduction to Buddhist Metaphysics (Oxford University Press, 2022) is a wide-ranging survey of how Buddhist philosophers think about the nature of the world. The book takes readers through topics such as the well-known claim that there is no self, in addition to issues involved in causation, consciousness, and the metaphysics of time. Siderits argues that, as mereological nihilists, Buddhists deny the existence of conventional persons as well as the more ontologically rob... (2022-Jun-20 • 65 minutes • @NewBooksPhil)
podcast imageHope in Healthcare
In this St Cross Special Ethics Seminar, Professor Stephen Clarke the role of hope in patients undergoing major healthcare procedures, and how it relates to decision-making in situations of risk and uncertainty. It is widely supposed that it is important to imbue patients undergoing medical procedures with a sense of hope. But why is hope so important in healthcare, if indeed it is? We examine the answers that are currently on offer and show that none do enough to properly explain the importance that is oft... (2022-Jun-20 • 49 minutes • @ethicsinthenews)
podcast imageEthics of Academia (2) with Michael Cholbi
This is the second episode in my short series on The Ethics of Academia. In this episode I chat to Michael Cholbi, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh. We reflect on the value of applied ethical research and the right approach to teach (2022-Jun-20 • @JohnDanaher)
podcast imageEp. 176 - Does Peer Disagreement Destroy Your Religious Knowledge? w/Dr. Matthew Benton
If my peers are just as smart as me, and have the same evidence that I have, but come to a different conclusion than I do, then what do I do? Should I hold fast to my belief or should I withhold judgment? Whatever I decide about general cases of disagreement, should I also apply that to religious disagreement? Dr. Matthew Benton came on the podcast to school me on the epistemology of disagreement, the particular cases of religious disagreement, and we even get into the simulation hypothesis.  | Find Dr... (2022-Jun-20 • 110 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, Confessions - Seeking Wisdom And Answers - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The Confessions. It focuses specifically on how, once his desire for wisdom was aroused by reading Cicero's work, the Hortentius, Augustine sought out wisdom, what sources of possible wisdom he examined, and where he was able to find it To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/Reaso... (2022-Jun-20 • 18 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageWondery Presents: The Execution of Bonny Lee Bakley
Trailer for the new Wondery podcast, The Execution of Bonny Lee Bakley. (2022-Jun-20 • 6 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast imageThe Philosophy of Severance | Travis Timmerman
Ben Stiller's superb series, Severance, raises fascinating questions about the nature of personal identity. Are we minds or brains? Is it possible for two persons to inhabit the same body? And can a person survive gaps in their existence? | | Hosted by Mark Oppenheimer and Jason Werbeloff | Edited and Produced by James Mullen (2022-Jun-19 • 61 minutes • @JasonWerbeloff)
podcast imageWhy Stoics Put Greatness On Display
When we see greatness, we should memorialize it.We should put it that greatness up on display. On our desk. On the wall. In ink on our skin. On the home screen of our phones. However you decide to honor the people whose example you love, put it somewhere you are guaranteed to see it every day and ask: "am I living by the example they stand for?"→ Put your own greatness on display:Marcus Aurelius Print: https://store.dailystoic.com/products/ma... Page-A-Day Desk Calendar: https://store.dailystoic.c... (2022-Jun-19 • 14 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageChristian Miller: Honesty: The Lost Virtue; How it Benefits You By Benefitting Others | STM #135
On episode 135, we welcome philosopher Christian Miller to discuss the importance of honesty, why people prefer that virtue in relationships over others, the replication crisis in psychology and why it doesn’t necessarily mean that researchers were... (2022-Jun-19 • 67 minutes • @seize_podcast@EgoEndsNow@leonscafe31)
podcast imageEdmund Burke, revolution and reform
The 18th century British parliamentarian and philosopher Edmund Burke is routinely referred to as "the founder of modern conservatism", and at a glance it's not hard to see why. He believed in the authority of tradition and inherited values, staunchly opposed the French Revolution, and was in many ways out of step with the Enlightenment humanism of his day. But this week we're considering Burke as a reformer, even a progressive - and someone who would probably take a very dim view of the modern British Cons... (2022-Jun-19 • 35 minutes • @DavidPZone)
podcast image547: The Changing Face of Antisemitism
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/cha... is an old problem with roots that reach back to medieval Europe. While earlier forms focused more on religious bigotry, antisemitism in the modern period became increasingly racialized and politicized. So what is the connection between older ideas about Jews and Judaism, and contemporary antisemitic tropes and stereotypes? How are conspiratorial fears about Jewish invisibility and global control related to the emergence of finance capitalism? And what can ... (2022-Jun-19 • 12 minutes • @philtalkradio)
podcast imageHoP 399 - Seriously Funny - Rabelais
In his outrageous novel about Pantagruel and Gargantua, Rabelais engages with scholasticism, humanism, medicine, the reformation, and the querelle des femmes. (2022-Jun-19 • 22 minutes • @HistPhilosophy)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, Confessions - The Pear Tree And Evil - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The Confessions. It focuses specifically on his self-examination as he recalls the incident of the Pear Tree in book 2. This leads Augustine to reflect upon the nature of human motivation - particularly the motivations that explain wrong or evil actions and choices. In trying to get to the roots of the Pear Tree incident, he finds that his action ultimately had to be explained by saying that he ... (2022-Jun-19 • 10 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageThe Treaty of 1213
Josh and M discuss how the Pope controls the world via the Treaty of 1213 and secret "Treaty of Verona." — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] Why not support The Podcaster's Gui... (2022-Jun-19 • 57 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast imageEpisode 108, The Richard Dawkins Interview (Part II - Further Analysis and Discussion)
Welcome to ‘Episode 108 (Part II of II)’, in which we’ll be continuing our discussion with Professor Richard Dawkins. (2022-Jun-19 • 28 minutes • @ThePanpsycast@_JackSymes@MrMarleyTeach)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, Confessions - Love, Loss, And Grief - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The Confessions. It focuses specifically on his experience with and reflections upon the grief he felt upon the death of a close friend. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 2000 philosophy video... (2022-Jun-18 • 20 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageIdeas Introduces: Nothing is Foreign
World news, local voices. Nothing is Foreign is a weekly trip to where the story is unfolding. Hosted by Tamara Khandaker. This episode takes you inside the culture and class wars of Egypt and explores what the banning of popular music says about the African country's image and its future. More episodes are available at: http://hyperurl.co/nothingisforeign (2022-Jun-18 • 25 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image055 - Will Computers Ever be Alive? - Hegel, Self-Reference, and A.I.
In the film "2001: A Space Odyssey," H.A.L., an artificial intelligence character, loses its mind and begins killing people. Did H.A.L. act on his own accord? Interesting question.Everyday we hear more and more how artificial intelligence programs will soon be the equivalent of human beings and perhaps even smarter. Is this true?Some theorists believe Hegel's dialectical approach, when added to a computer's binary operation, can provide a degree of self awareness to the machine. But... (2022-Jun-18 • 25 minutes • @CunningofGeist)
podcast imagePREMIUM-Ep. 295: Kant on Preventing War (Part Three)
Concluding on Kant's "Perpetual Peace," plus Jurgen Habermas' "Kant's Idea of Perpetual Peace, with the Benefit of Two Hundred Years' Hindsight." If you're not hearing , sign up via one of the options described at . (2022-Jun-18 • 10 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageJustin Baldoni on Redefining Success, Small Improvements, and Vulnerability
Ryan talks to actor Justin Baldoni about his book Man Enough: Undefining My Masculinity, the importance of structure in the process of improving, how being vulnerable can change the way you view the world, and more.Justin Baldoni is an actor, director and entrepreneur whose efforts are focused on creating impactful media. He can be seen playing Rafael on CW’s award-winning phenomenon Jane the Virgin. In 2012, Baldoni created the most watched digital documentary series in history, My Last Days, a show about ... (2022-Jun-18 • 70 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageKarl Marx’s ”Capital” Vol. 3 (Part 4/10)
In this episode, I cover chapters 21-26 from part five of Karl Marx's "Capital" Vol. 3. This is the breakdown of each episode: Episode One: Preface and Part One Episode Two: Part Two Episode Three: Part Three and Part Four Episode Four: Part Five (Ch... (2022-Jun-18 • 40 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast image118: "You can definitely be a victim & a perpetrator" - Erin Wing - Animal Outlook Deputy Director of Investigations - Sentientism
Erin is the Deputy Director of Investigations at Animal Outlook, a national animal-advocacy nonprofit organisation. Erin was an undercover investigator for two years. She left the field after her last investigation at the Dick Van Dam Dairy in California, where she saw cruelty, abuse & suffering every day. Through her new position with Animal Outlook, Erin works closely with investigators, providing support & resources. | In Sentientist Conversations we talk about the two most important questions: “... (2022-Jun-18 • 81 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast imageObjets inattendus de la philosophie 21/22 : Le sucre, pourquoi ce qui nous fait du bien nous fait du mal ?
durée : 00:58:22 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Dans un seul morceau de sucre se jouent beaucoup de choses : le souvenir de l'enfance, de la récompense, le rapport au corps, à l'autre, une histoire coloniale, la mondialisation, et même l'évolution des espèces... Sommes-nous coupables de vouloir sucrer le quotidien ? - invités : Thierry Hoquet Philosophe, professeur à l’Université Paris Nanterre (2022-Jun-17 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast image#640 Manvir Singh: Going Beyond the Nomadic-Egalitarian Model of Hunter-Gatherers
Dr. Manvir Singh is Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Study in Toulouse.  His research program aims to explain why societies develop complex, recurrent traditions such as shamanism, witchcraft, origin myths, property rights, sharing norms, lullabies, dance, music, and gods, as these have appeared in all types of societies across the globe, from nomadic hunter-gatherer bands to complex, industrial, mega-urbanized states. | In this episode, we talk about a recent paper of his, “Hu... (2022-Jun-17 • 69 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, Confessions - Loving Shows And The Theater - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The Confessions. It focuses specifically on his discussion starting in book 3 of his love for shows and spectacles, and his ruminations on what it is that he loves about them, given that the matters depicted are the miseries of other people. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/... (2022-Jun-17 • 15 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast image88 - Should We Get Rid of Applications? Pt. 2
In this episode, we continue discussing Adam Mastroianni's "Against All Applications" (https://experimentalhistory.substack.co... What is wrong with the application process, both for hiring and for education, and what are the alternatives?Toby Napoletano. Michael Hughes (2022-Jun-17 • 95 minutes • @TheBadlandsPod)
podcast image#38: Freud, sublimation, and your toxic attachment to your inner critic
You're totally on board in theory with the idea of being kinder to yourself - it's just that your self-criticism helps you succeed, right? And while you recognise that overwork is a problem, you can't make time for rest, because then you'd fall behind, wouldn't you? Friend, don't take this the wrong way, but you have no idea what you're on about. The habits and thoughts that you think are helping you aren't doing that at all. They're making you miserable. You nee... (2022-Jun-17 • 16 minutes • @AcademicImp@rebecca_roache)
podcast imageEp. 175 - The Existence of the Mind and the Definition of 'Physical' w/Dr. Dolores Morris
Is the physical world causally closed? If so, then all causes are physical causes, or are reducible to physical causes or entities. That would seem to preclude an immaterial mind's interaction with the body. Dr. Dolores Morris help's me think through Hempel's dilemma for defining what we mean by 'physical'. We also get into lots of other topics in the philosophy of mind. Check the chapters to see the full range of what we cover.   Find more from Dr. Dolores Morris here: https://www.doloresgmorris.... (2022-Jun-17 • 70 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageEV - 245 Doubting Conservatism with Jesse Dollemore
My guest this week is Jesse Dollemore (@Dollemore), host of the Dollemore Daily on youtube and cohost of the I Doubt it Podcast with Brittany Page. We discuss his experiences growing up in a conservative anti-governmental household, joining the military, and his transition from conservative to liberal activist. Convocation: Hunter S. Thompson YouTube feed: https://www.youtube.com/user/dollemore ... doubt it podcast: https://t.co/vztGfOamBN Music by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: htt... (2022-Jun-17 • 68 minutes • @ETVPod)
podcast imageLies, Damned Lies, and Statistics
The HBS hosts try to get to the truth of untruths.Mark Twain famously claimed that there are three kinds of untruth: lies, damned lies, and statistics. In an age of widespread misinformation, where it has become considerably more difficult to distinguish between truths and lies, the HBS hosts make an impassioned plea for us to think seriously about what a lie is, what it is not, and why it matters. We consider the whole menagerie of falsehoods: from trifling fibs ("you look great in those pants!") to catas... (2022-Jun-17 • 57 minutes • @hotelbarpodcast@DrLeighMJohnson@c_fpeterson@rickleephilos)
podcast imageThe Idea of Home: Song of Home
IDEAS takes a journey to Afghanistan with members of the Afghan diaspora, who find their way "home" through their music. We ask: how is the idea of home embedded in music and how have decades of conflict reshaped Afghan music? This is the final episode in our series The Idea of Home. (2022-Jun-17 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageA New Name for an Old Way of Thinking with Roger Ames
The classical Greeks give us a concept of substance that guarantees a permanent and unchanging subject as the substratum for the human experience. Roger Ames argues that in the Yijing or "Book of Changes" we find a stark alternative to this ontology which reflects a holistic, organic, and ecological worldview. This cosmology begins from “living” itself as the motive force behind change, and gives us a world of boundless “becomings:” not “things” that are, but “events” that are happening, a contrast between ... (2022-Jun-17 • 75 minutes • @RIPhilo)
podcast imageComenius
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Czech educator Jan Amos Komenský (1592-1670) known throughout Europe in his lifetime under the Latin version of his name, Comenius. A Protestant and member of the Unity of Brethren, he lived much of his life in exile, expelled from his homeland under the Catholic Counter-Reformation, and he wanted to address the deep antagonisms underlying the wars that were devastating Europe especially The Thirty Years War (1618-1648). A major part of his plan was Universal Education, ... (2022-Jun-16 • 57 minutes • @BBCInOurTime)
podcast image105: Descartes's First Meditation
Descartes first meditation from his Meditations on First Philosophy kicks off the Summer Series.  Listen in the find out how Descartes demolishes all of his beliefs in order to begin the search for a foundation for anything that he can know with absolute undoubtable certainty. | Send over your thoughts, questions or ideas for future episodes to: [email protected] | Art Attribution: Frans Hals  - André Hatala [e.a.] (1997) De eeuw van Rembrandt, Bruxelles: Crédit communal de Belgique, IS... (2022-Jun-16 • 11 minutes • @MillikinU)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, Confessions - Study And Learning In Boyhood - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The Confessions. It focuses specifically on his education or miseducation during his childhood. Augustine discusses the lessons he learned, many of which were not the most productive To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quY... (2022-Jun-16 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageWhere Are You Rushing To? | No Shame In Needing Help
Ryan talks about how to read more, and reads The Daily Stoic’s entry of the day.Ten Thousand makes the highest quality, best-fitting, and most comfortable training shorts I have ever worn. Ten Thousand is offering our listeners 15% off your purchase. Go to Tenthousand.cc/stoic to receive 15% off your purchase.Stamps.com makes it easy to mail and ship right from your computer. Use our promo code STOIC to get a special offer that includes a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale. Go to Stamps.com,... (2022-Jun-16 • 11 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageS3 E10: Tom Davies
In this episode, I talk with Tom Davies, Seymour Reader in Ancient History and Philosophy at the University of Melbourne, about how understanding Indian philosophy in relationship with the rest of the ancient world helps us reflect on what philosophy is, as a human activity, in different cultural contexts. | Note: This is the final episode of the regular season, concluding the series of interviews with philosophers who taught Philosophy and Political Thought at Yale-NUS. Not every philosopher participated, ... (2022-Jun-16 • 15 minutes • @cmalcolmkeating)
podcast imageEp. 42 - FW/MR: "For the Law, Neuroscience Changes Nothing and Everything" by Greene & Cohen
In this reading group episode, we wrap up the free will and moral responsibility series with a discussion of Greene and Cohen's "For the Law, Neuroscience Changes Nothing and Everything." We talk about the legal and cultural implications of the series through the lens of Green ad Cohen's work. (2022-Jun-16 • 84 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast image#639 Leonid Tiokhin: Producing Scientific Knowledge, and Improving the Social Sciences
Dr. Leonid Tiokhin is Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study at the University of Amsterdam, and a postdoctoral researcher at the Eindhoven University of Technology. Dr. Tiokhin is a meta-scientist who studies the forces that shape how scientists do their work and make inferences from the populations that they study. Much of his research focuses on how incentive structures affect scientific efficiency and reliability, and how we can improve the recognition and reward structures in science. | In... (2022-Jun-16 • 62 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageThe Idea of Home: The Architecture of War and Peace
“Urbicide” — the intentional killing of a city — is a brutal tactic of war, designed to destroy people’s sense of home and belonging to a larger collective. But even in peacetime, architecture and urban planning can become part of a more subtle kind of war over who gets to call a city home. This is the fourth episode in our series, The Idea of Home. (2022-Jun-16 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageWhat’s the point of political comedy?
While political comedy has long been a distinguishing feature of truly democratic cultures, one of the more notable shifts over the past two decades has been the merger of comedy into political commentary. What has this done to the conditions of our common life? (2022-Jun-16 • 54 minutes • @RadioNational)
podcast imageInequality: Is the gap between rich and poor in the UK fair?
Is the gap between rich and poor in the UK fair? The soaring cost of living is raising questions about the gap between rich and poor. As prices have been forced up by global events, including the war in Ukraine, families on low incomes, who spend most of their money on basics, have been hit hard. In the last year, more than two million people in the UK turned to food banks. Stories of parents forced to choose between food and warmth, or skipping meals so their children can eat, have become common. Can th... (2022-Jun-16 • 43 minutes • @BBCRadio4)
podcast imageQui a peur des libertariens ? 4/4 : De South Park à Iron Man, la pop culture est-elle libertarienne ?
durée : 00:58:15 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Ou plutôt... le libertarisme est-il devenu un thème de la pop culture à part entière ? - invités : Richard Mèmeteau professeur agrégé de philosophie (2022-Jun-16 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEpisode #25: Philosophical Consulting: Lou Marinoff (Part 2)
Lou Marinoff was doing practical philosophy before it was cool. In the 1990s, he helped pioneer and popularize philosophical counseling and authored the international bestseller Plato not Prozac. (2022-Jun-16 • 65 minutes • @DavidEStorey)
podcast imageThe Idea of Home: The Hospitable Hospital
Hospitality — and hospitals. Two words that share a root, but whose meanings often seem at odds with each other. IDEAS traces the tension between hospitality and discipline that has defined hospitals throughout their history, and what it means to create a hospitable hospital in the 21st century. The third episode in our series The Idea of Home. (2022-Jun-15 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageEp. 41 - FW/MR: "Asymmetrical Freedom" by Susan Wolf
In this reading group episode, Giffin, Adam, Brian, and I talk about the crazy (in the best way) paper by Susan Wolf, "Asymmetrical Freedom." Can we be responsible for bad actions? Only good ones? What does the role of determinism do to our judgements? (2022-Jun-15 • 102 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast imageAristotle on Friendship ft. Producer Jake
This week The New Thinkery celebrates its 100th episode! To mark the occasion, the guys invite on Producer Jake to chime in for an analysis of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics, Books 8 and 9, which focus on the nature and types of... (2022-Jun-15 • 74 minutes • @thenewthinkery@alexpriou@GregMcBrayer3@Tempest1610)
podcast imageKeita Bates-Diop on Destigmatizing Mental Health and Doing What You Love | These Things Have No Power Over You
Ryan reads today’s daily meditation and talks to NBA Spurs basketball player Kieta Bates-Diop about his journey getting into the NBA, what he’s learned playing for coach Gregg Popovich, doing what you do you because you love it not for money, and more.Keita Bates-Diop is a pro basketball player for the NBA’s San Antonio Spurs. He played college basketball for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Despite several setbacks and challenges throughout his career, Keita has been able to excel because of his relentless work et... (2022-Jun-15 • 72 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageMarc Andreessen on Learning to Love the Humanities
The real challenge to building on the frontier? Figuring out human behavior. (2022-Jun-15 • 51 minutes • @tylercowen)
podcast imageQui a peur des libertariens ? 3/4 : Ayn Rand, égoïste et fière de l’être
durée : 00:57:43 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Vivrait-on mieux avec les autres en assumant son égoïsme ? C'est bien ce que pense la philosophe Ayn Rand. - invités : Alain Laurent philosophe, essayiste et directeur de collections aux Belles Lettres (2022-Jun-15 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageBlack Feminism and its History: Interview with Kathryn Sophia Belle
In this episode, Haley Brennan talks with Kathryn Sophia Belle, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Penn State University and founder of the Collegium of Black Women Philosophers, about Black Feminist critiques of Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex. We... (2022-Jun-15 • 37 minutes • @olivbransc)
podcast imageEpisode 126 - Letter to Pythocles 01 - Introduction On The Basic Approach of Epicurean Philosophy
Welcome to Episode One Hundred Twenty Six of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world. I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. We encourage you to study Epicurus for yourself, and we sug... (2022-Jun-15 • 79 minutes • @NewEpicurean)
podcast imagePraise for A Good Kind of Trouble
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with award winning author, Lisa Moore Ramee (A Good Kind of Trouble). Lisa gives an indepth discussion about authorship and the ideas underscoring her debut book. We also delve into book banning culture and what it... (2022-Jun-15 • 52 minutes • @InTheDetailsPod@GDolske@SaloRudy)
podcast imageEpisode 38: The Spirit of the Senses Session
Topics covered include the brain’s role in conscious experience, competing definitions of “consciousness”, hypnosis, near-death experiences, psychedelic drugs, cognitive behavioral therapy, the “self” and much much more. (2022-Jun-15 • @spacetimemind99@onemorebrown@petemandik)
podcast imageWhat Is Life?
Scientists don’t really agree on a definition for life. We may recognize life instinctively most of the time, but any time we try to nail it down with set criteria, some stubborn counterexample spoils the effort. Still, can we really search for life on other worlds, or understand the earliest stages of life on this planet, if we don’t know what to look for? On this episode, Steven Strogatz speaks with Robert Hazen, a mineralogist, astrobiologist and senior staff scientist at the Carnegie Institution’s Earth... (2022-Jun-15 • 42 minutes • @QuantaMagazine@stevenstrogatz)
podcast imageThe Ethics of Academia Podcast (Episode 1 with Sven Nyholm)
I have been reflecting on the ethics of academic life for some time. I've written several articles about it over the years. These have focused on the ethics of grading, student-teacher relationships, academic career choice, and the value of teaching (amo (2022-Jun-15 • @JohnDanaher)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, Confessions - From Infancy To Speech - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The Confessions. It focuses specifically on book 1, where Augustine describes and examines his infancy and the transition from infancy to speech. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 2000 philoso... (2022-Jun-15 • 15 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageEpisode 172: World Tour of Philosophy: France part 3
This week join Danny and Mike as they tuck in to a baguette packed with succulent slices proto-phenomenological goodness. Yes, it’s not even lunch time in France and we are already 2 bottles of merlot down and have started on the pastis. Listen in as we move between the front room (where we encounter the world) and the back room where we reflect on what we encounter in the front room - and where we can safely sit around in our pants and play on our XBoite. Yes, we are still in France and we are loving it. I... (2022-Jun-15 • 15 minutes • @PhilosophyWtf)
podcast imageEp 6 -- LP -- Wisdom - A Very Valuable Virtue with Jason Merchey
Wisdom... an old and dusty concept that has fallen down the pecking order in today's world. As a result, it's no surprise that many feel our civilisation is slipping ever deeper into an idiocracy. Well, this episode aims to single-handedly arrest that slide... and bring wisdom back into fashion! To this end, we have enlisted the talents of Jason Merchey, who literally wrote the book on wisdom. In fact, he's written four, including his latest work - Wisdom: A Very Valuable Virtue That Cannot B... (2022-Jun-15 • 100 minutes • @philosophistpod@theirishpenguin)
podcast imageThe Idea of Home: The Stranger at the Door
In ancient Greece, hospitality (or xenia) was seen as a sacred moral imperative. Today, the word xenia has largely fallen out of use, but its opposite, xenophobia, has been a driving factor in contemporary politics for years. IDEAS explores ancient traditions of hospitality in this second episode of our five-part series, The Idea of Home. (2022-Jun-14 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageEp. 33 Thought Experiments and Their Value With Guest Dr. Helen De Cruz
What are thought experiments? What role do they play in philosophy, and how might they be helpful to us in our own lives? Join us for this special episode with guest Dr. Helen De Cruz as we discuss her latest book, Philosophy Illustrated: Forty-Two Thought Experiments To Broaden your Mind. Open Door Philosophy on Twitter @d_parsonage or @opendoorphilOpen Door Philosophy on Instagram @opendoorphilosophyOpen Door Philosophy website at opendoorphilosophy.comContact us via email at [email protected] ... (2022-Jun-14 • 58 minutes • @opendoorphil@d_parsonage)
podcast imageWhat Is Authorship? | Jonathan Egid
What counts as authorship? Why does it matter? Should we stop putting our names on what we write and sign off instead, as early scribes preferred to do, as nothing more than humble servants of God? In this episode, Justin E.H. Smith thinks through these questions with Jonathan Egid, writer and doctoral student in comparative literature at King’s College London. The two consider the Hatäta Walda Heywat—which, depending on who you ask, is either a seventeenth-century philosophical treatise by little-known Eth... (2022-Jun-14 • 70 minutes • @jehsmith)
podcast imageQui a peur des libertariens ? 2/4 : John Rawls vs Robert Nozick : clash sur la justice
durée : 00:58:12 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Quelle vie veut-on mener ? Une vie d'accomplissement personnel ou une vie d'accomplissement à travers les autres ? Quand on est libéral, comment ne pas sacrifier l'égalité ? Les libertariens auraient-ils les réponses... ? (2022-Jun-14 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast image6/05/22: Michael Della Rocca on Moral Criticism and the Metaphysics of Bluff
At a climactic—and, indeed, incendiary—moment in Bernard Williams’ classic essay, “Internal and External Reasons,” Williams says that those who advance moral criticisms by appealing to so-called external reasons are engaging in “bluff”. Williams thus alleges that condemning certain actions of others as somehow not only immoral, but also irrational or contrary to reason is nothing more than a kind of pretense. To say that a favorite pastime that so many of us happily engage in is empty, well—to use an Ame... (2022-Jun-14 • 56 minutes • @Aristotweets)
podcast imageDemons of materialism | James Tartaglia
In this interview James Tartaglia lays out the case for nihilism and and uncloaks some unexpected demons of materialism. (2022-Jun-14 • 16 minutes • @IAI_TV)
podcast imageEp. 40 - FW/MR: "Reply: The Free Will Revolution" by John Martin Fischer
In this reading group episode, Adam, Giffin, Brian, and I follow up on JMF's reasons-responsive view of responsibility by looking to an earlier paper of his: "Reply: The Free Will Revolution." (2022-Jun-14 • 107 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast image117: Intro to Sentientism (30 mins) "Evidence, reason and compassion for all sentient beings"
This episode is a recording of my presentation about Sentientism to the Terra.do climate change platform & community. Many thanks to Adam and the team for inviting me. My core presentation runs for about 30 minutes - the rest is an open conversation with the group. Drop me an email at hello at sentientism dot info if you'd like a copy of the slides - or you can see them on the YouTube of my presentation. | Terra.do is the world’s first online climate learning platform and community for professionals loo... (2022-Jun-14 • 78 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, Confessions - Where Can God Be? - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The Confessions. It focuses specifically on the questions that he begins the work by asking himself (and God), having to do with where God can be, and whether or not God can be contained in any place or person. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee ... (2022-Jun-14 • 12 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageAkeel Bilgrami
I ask the philosopher Akeel Bilgrami five questions about himself. | | Akeel Bilgrami is the Sidney Morgenbesser Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University. He is the author of “Belief and Meaning” (1992), “Self-Knowledge and Resentment” (2006), and “Secularism, Identity, and Enchantment” (2014). (2022-Jun-14 • 31 minutes • @KieranSetiya)
podcast imageEpisode 19 - Love and/of Philosophy with Jeanne Proust
Jeanne Proust has studied Humanities, Philosophy and Visual Arts in Bordeaux, Berlin, and Paris. She has been teaching Philosophy for the last 12 years in the US. Her PhD dissertation (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) focused on the pathologies of t... (2022-Jun-14 • 85 minutes • @lifeplatoscave@MarioVeen)
podcast imagePlato, Republic Book 7 - The Philosopher's Return To The Cave - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's work, The Republic, in particular book 7. Specifically it examines his famous Allegory of the Cave set out early in book 7. After being liberated from the cave and gradually habituated to see real things in daylight, and eventually the source of light in the sun, as opposed to the shadows of the cave, the prisoner determines to return to the cave out of a sense of pity or compassion for his fellow prisoners. Because his eyes are now hab... (2022-Jun-13 • 12 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageThe Best Leaders Are the Reluctant Ones | Try the Other Handle
Ryan talks about the qualities of a great leader, and reads this week’s meditation from The Daily Stoic Journal.The Daily Stoic Leadership Challenge is a 9-week course that was built to mirror the kind of education that produced historically great leaders like Marcus Aurelius. It is now a recorded course, which means all participants will join the course and move through it at their own pace. Sign up at https://dailystoic.com/leadershipchallen... up for the Daily Stoic email: https://DailyStoic.com/emailFol... (2022-Jun-13 • 11 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageQui a peur des libertariens ? 1/4 : Absence d’état, propriété, individualisme : à quoi pensent les libertariens ?
durée : 00:58:22 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Comment distinguer le libertarianisme du libéralisme ? Suffit-il, pour définir le libertarianisme, de le décrire comme une pensée qui radicalise les principes libéraux ? Quels sont les différents courants du libertarianisme ? Comment articuler l'individu et la question de la liberté ? (2022-Jun-13 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEp. 295: Kant on Preventing War (Part Two)
Continuing on Immanuel Kant's essay "Perpetual Peace," we go further into how Kant's politics relate to his ethics and consider his actual policy proposals: each state must be a republic, they should join in a federation, and we all owe each other... (2022-Jun-13 • 48 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageThe Idea of Home: Return
Can you ever truly go home again? At a time when more people have been forcibly displaced from their homes than at any other time in history, IDEAS explores what it means to return years — or decades — later. This is the first episode in our five-part series, The Idea of Home (2022-Jun-13 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageAMA | June 2022
Ask Me Anything episode for June 2022. (2022-Jun-13 • 185 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast image#638 Henkjan Honing: The Evolution, Cognition, and Neuroscience of Musicality and Music
Dr. Henkjan Honing is professor in Music Cognition at both the Faculty of Humanities and the Faculty of Science of the University of Amsterdam (UvA). He conducts his research under the auspices of the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC) and the University of Amsterdam's Brain and Cognition (ABC) Center. Dr. Honing is known as a passionate researcher in this new interdisciplinary field that gives us fundamental insights in the cognitive mechanisms underlying musicality. He published several ... (2022-Jun-13 • 60 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageEpisode 141: Rob Goodman discusses eloquence
What is it that makes a great public speaker? (2022-Jun-13 • 35 minutes • @ElucidationsPod)
podcast image40 Teaser | What is Liberalism? Part I. John Locke's Second Treatise of Government
In this episode we kick off our new series called “What is Liberalism?” with private property, conquest, and a discussion about John Locke’s apologia for both. We appreciate the efforts of the left to civilize liberalism in the wake of its own civilizing efforts across the globe, but we ask whether it’s really possible to separate economic and political liberalism to make liberalism work for the left. Our experiences in DEI workshops suggest not, although many who are smarter than Locke have tried. The full... (2022-Jun-13 • 12 minutes • @leftofphil@gdmorejon@whitherutopia@oglynwil@classreductress)
podcast imageEpisode #24: Plato Not Prozac: Lou Marinoff (Part 1)
Lou Marinoff was doing practical philosophy before it was cool. In the 1990s, he helped pioneer and popularize philosophical counseling and authored the international bestseller Plato not Prozac. His work has been featured in The Economist and the The New York Times, and beyond his work as a professor and counselor, he has consulted with … Continue reading "Episode #24: Plato Not Prozac: Lou Marinoff (Part 1)" (2022-Jun-13 • 65 minutes • @DavidEStorey)
podcast imageEp. 39 - FW/MR: "Semicompatibilism and its Rivals" by John Martin Fischer
In this reading group episode, Adam, Giffin, and I discuss reasons-responsive compatibilism by looking into J.M.F.'s work, excellently laid out in this article. We also discuss JMF's critique of Frankfurt's second order desire account. (2022-Jun-13 • 115 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast imageS1E9 - Emily Lawson on Indian Philosophy, Death, and Imagination
Emily Lawson is a PhD student at the University of British Columbia. We'll be talking primarily about her research in Indian philosophy and its relationship to Western Philosophy with respect to the philosophy of imagination and the philosophy of death. If, after listening, you’d like to get in touch with Emily, you can email her at [email protected] or you can follow her on Twitter @emilylawsonpoet. | Find out more at http://www.philosophersnest.com (2022-Jun-13 • 24 minutes • @KOosterum@99lewiswilliams)
podcast image“What Do Community Colleges Do?”
UND distinguished professor of philosophy, Jack Russell Weinstein, visits with Brian Huschle, Northland Community and Technical College. (2022-Jun-12 • 80 minutes • @whyradioshow)
podcast imageEp. 38 - FW/MR: "The Importance of Free Will" by Susan Wolf
In this reading group episode, Adam, Brian, Giffin, and I discuss "The Importance of Free Will" by Susan Wolf, a discussion spawned by our disagreements in the previous episode about the plausibility of Sommers 2007. (2022-Jun-12 • 158 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast image396: Jean-Paul Sartre
More at www.philosophytalk.org/shows/sartre. Je... Sartre was one of the first global public intellectuals, famous for his popular existentialist philosophy, his works of fiction, and his rivalry with Albert Camus. His existentialism was also adopted by Simone de Beauvoir, who used it as a foundation for modern theoretical feminism. So what exactly is existentialism? How is man condemned to be free, as Sartre claimed? And what’s so hellish about other people? John and Ken speak in good faith with Thomas Fl... (2022-Jun-12 • 11 minutes • @philtalkradio)
podcast imagePlato, Republic Book 7 - The Allegory Of The Cave - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's work, The Republic, in particular book 7. Specifically it examines his famous Allegory of the Cave set out early in book 7. In this allegory, prisoners are confined within an underground dwelling, and believe that reality is the images and sounds projected in front of them. One of the prisoners is freed of his chains and brought up into the sunlit world above. After habituation, he becomes able to fully use his power of sight to see re... (2022-Jun-12 • 15 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageHegel, nature and the Anthropocene
Modernity has us in a terrible bind. We know that our Western habits of growth and consumption are destroying the planet, and that we need to stop exploiting the natural world for our benefit. But at the same time, our very identity as modern humans is grounded in the notion of endless growth, self-determination and the domination of nature. The work of the 18th century German philosopher GWF Hegel provides a fascinating diagnosis of our condition. Can it also offer a cure? (2022-Jun-12 • 28 minutes • @DavidPZone)
podcast imageHow The Stoics Dealt With Anxiety (10 Strategies)
How much more enjoyable would your days be without the constant dread of stress looming over you? Anxiety was one of the main emotions Stoicism was built to handle. In this video best-selling author Ryan Holiday explores 10 of the best time-tested ways that the Stoics dealt with anxiety.⚔️ Overwhelmed? You’re not alone. Check out the Daily Stoic Slay Your Stress Course: A 13-day challenge designed to reclaim your life from the negative effects of stress and anxiety. Go to https://dailystoic.com/stress to si... (2022-Jun-12 • 12 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageHAP 102 - From Cuba with Love - Juan Rene Betancourt
The Cuban activist and author Juan Rene Betancourt urges racial solidarity and reckons with the revolution under Castro and the island’s turn towards Communism. (2022-Jun-12 • 28 minutes • @HistPhilosophy@ChikeJeffers)
podcast imageDarryl Stickel: Building Trust, Strong Leaders, Teams & Removing Uncertainty | STM Podcast #134
On episode 134, we welcome Darryl Stickel to discuss the elements of building trust in various types of relationships, the levers of trust - integrity, benevolence, ability, how to foster all three and why we need to, confirmation bias and why... (2022-Jun-12 • 59 minutes • @seize_podcast@EgoEndsNow@leonscafe31)
podcast imageThe Ethics of Killing in War | Jeff McMahan
As Russia wages an unjust war against Ukraine, questions around the ethics of war abound. Are soldiers fighting for the wrong side ever justified in killing? Should we punish these soldiers even if they were coerced by their State to fight? And is it ever justified to kill civilians? | Read Jeff's book here: amazon.com/Killing-War-Uehiro... | | Hosted by Mark Oppenheimer and Jason Werbeloff | Edited and Produced by James Mullen (2022-Jun-12 • 58 minutes • @JasonWerbeloff)
podcast imageEp. 37 - FW/MR: "The Objective Attitude" by Tamler Sommers
In this reading group episode, we discuss "The Objective Attitude" by Tamler Sommers. Giffin thinks that he could happily exist in this state - Adam and I strongly disagree. Brian join us for the rest of the series! (2022-Jun-11 • 152 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast imageQuilting Point
Ryan and Todd investigate the concept of the quilting point (point de capiton), as originally coined by Jacques Lacan and then in additional permutations. They attempt to develop this concept in further directions that challenge Lacan's original theorization of it in order to uncover its political efficacy. (2022-Jun-11 • 82 minutes • @UVMcas)
podcast imageMeg Mason on Writing, Developing Taste, and Tolerance
Ryan talks to author Meg Mason about her book Sorrow and Bliss, how to develop taste as a writer, the vitality of being tolerant and forgiving of others, and more.Meg Mason began her career at the Financial Times and The Times of London. Her work has since appeared in The Sunday Times UK, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Sunday Telegraph. She has written humor for Sunday STYLE magazine and The New Yorker's Daily Shouts and been a regular columnist for GQ and contributor to ELLE, marie claire and Vogue... (2022-Jun-11 • 68 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageKarl Marx’s ”Capital” Vol. 3 (Part 3/10)
In this episode, I cover Part Three and Part Four of Karl Marx's "Capital" Vol. 3. This is the breakdown of each episode: Episode One: Preface and Part One Episode Two: Part Two Episode Three: Part Three and Part Four Episode Four: Part Five (Chs. 21... (2022-Jun-11 • 41 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageIdeas Introduces: Kuper Island
Kuper Island is an 8-part series that tells the stories of four students: three who survived and one who didn’t. They attended one of Canada’s most notorious residential schools – where unsolved deaths, abuse, and lies haunt the community and the survivors to this day. Hosted by Duncan McCue. More episodes are available at hyperurl.co/kuperisland (2022-Jun-11 • 33 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageIt’s Another Filler Episode!
M's hectic life in academia got in the way of recording this week, so Josh put together a quick episode to tide you over until next week. There's a Top 10 article, a Top 100 article and more besides! — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twit... (2022-Jun-11 • 35 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast imageGrief - Dr Becky Millar
Grief - Dr Becky Millar discusses how horror films are especially suited to portray and communicate the phenomenology of grief, the nature and role of grief and if grief is just a necessary evil in life. (2022-Jun-11 • @radphilosophy)
podcast imageEpisode 125 - Letter to Herodotus 14 - Purpose and Method of Studying Nature - Conclusion
Welcome to Episode One Hundred Twenty Five of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world. I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. We encourage you to study Epicurus for yourself, and we sug... (2022-Jun-11 • 58 minutes • @NewEpicurean)
podcast imageQueers
The HBS hosts chat with Dr. Ladelle McWhorter about the evolution of "queer" as an identity category and a verb.Once only used as a slur with unambiguously negative valences, the noun "queer" has been reappropriated by (many) members of the LGBTQIA+ community as referring to a positive, even celebrated, notion of self-identity.... but the history of the term "queer" is complicated. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Ladelle McWhorter (University of Richmond) about that complicated history, including how "que... (2022-Jun-10 • 57 minutes • @hotelbarpodcast@DrLeighMJohnson@c_fpeterson@rickleephilos)
podcast image29. Stephen Angle on growing moral with Confucius
Rob and Massimo talk to Stephen Angle, author of Growing Moral: A Confucian Guide to Life. At its core, Confucianism describes a way for humans to live and grow together in our world--a way characterized at its best by joy,  beauty, and harmony. Stephen's  book builds a case for modern Confucianism as a way of life well worth the attention of reflective modern readers no matter their age, where they live, or the paths they've taken so far. (2022-Jun-10 • 61 minutes • @CityCollegeNY)
podcast imageSherri Irvin, "Immaterial: Rules in Contemporary Art" (Oxford UP, 2022)
Art forms have rules, usually implicit, that govern the experiences that artists want their audiences to have: for example, a representational painting should be hung right-side-up, the same sort of paint medium should be used in restoration, and the painting should not be touched. In Immaterial: Rules in Contemporary Art (Oxford University Press 2022), Sherri Irvin argues that contemporary conceptual art is constituted by custom rules as well as by their physical medium: the artist may specify that the wo... (2022-Jun-10 • 69 minutes • @NewBooksPhil)
podcast imageDecolonising Philosophy with Lewis Gordon
Lewis Gordon examines what it means for philosophy to be ‘colonised’ and the challenges involved in ‘decolonising’ it in philosophical and political terms. Lewis Gordon is professor of philosophy and head of the department of philosophy at the University of Connecticut. He works in a number of areas of philosophy including Africana philosophy, existentialism, phenomenology, social and political thought, post-colonial thought and on the work of thinkers like W.E.B. Du Bois and Franz Fanon. His most rece... (2022-Jun-10 • 86 minutes • @RIPhilo)
podcast imagePlato, Republic Book 6 - The Likeness Between The Sun And The Good - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's work, The Republic, in particular book 6. Specifically it examines his discussion in the end of book 6 about the likeness or analogy between the Form of the Good and the Sun, which he calls the "offspring" of the Good. Both the Good and the Sun make it possible for the human being to apprehend matters, in the case of the Sun, for vision to apprehend visible objects, in the case of the Good, for the soul to recognize and know the Forms. ... (2022-Jun-10 • 13 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageThe COVID Generation, Part Two
Over the past two years, millions of teenagers have missed out on the rites of passage that generations before them experienced as a matter of course. Add to that their increased levels of anxiety and isolation, and it quickly becomes apparent why the COVID generation stands apart as a uniquely marked one. (2022-Jun-10 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image#637 Lars Sandman: Ethics in Healthcare, Priority Settings, and End-of-Life Decisions
Dr. Lars Sandman is Professor of Healthcare Ethics at Linköping University, and Director at National Centre for Priorities in Health, in Sweden. His research area is organizational ethics in healthcare, focusing on priority setting and ethical analysis of healthcare methods. He is the author of A Good Death: On the Value of Death and Dying. | In this episode, we talk about ethics in healthcare. We talk about organizational ethics in healthcare, and the questions it deals with. We discuss Person Centered Car... (2022-Jun-10 • 64 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast image65. Friday Night Lights (w/ Edward Lewis)
It is with clear eyes and love in our hearts that we dive into this classic football parable from the aughts with friend and returning guest Edward Lewis. We discuss the role of suffering in achievement, the paradox of youth, and the cycles that shackle us to our communities. We think about regret and expectation, and above all share our love for the film, which has since been eclipsed by the TV show of the same name. Come toss the football and punt when you should go for a touchdown, it's Friday Night Ligh... (2022-Jun-10 • 71 minutes • @cowspod@juskhoo)
podcast imageThe University Disaster
Jason Brennan joins Spencer to discuss the many problems that afflict the university as an institution, all of which stem from bad incentives. They also discuss the psychology of extremism and bad faith engagement. This intro and outro music is "Eddie's Twister" by Eddie Lang (1927). (2022-Jun-10 • 87 minutes • @ADigressions@SpencerJayCase)
podcast imageObjets inattendus de la philosophie 20/22 : Aldous Huxley, comment devenir soi dans un monde dystopique ?
durée : 00:57:59 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - La science au pouvoir, l’abolition du libre arbitre… En 1932, avec la parution de son roman "Le meilleur des mondes", Aldous Huxley a imaginé et anticipé un monde où le savant joue la flûte et la société danse. Mais qui était-il pour imaginer ça ? A-t-il prophétisé ce monde dans lequel nous vivons ? - invités : Pascal Chabot philosophe (2022-Jun-10 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEp. 36 - FW/MR: "Alternate Possibilities and Moral Responsibility" by Harry Frankfurt
In this reading group episode, we discuss Harry Frankfurt's landmark 1969 paper, "Alternate Possibilities and Moral Responsibility" (2022-Jun-10 • 113 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast imageListener Qs 29
Thank you all for the wonderful questions and your continued support. We're still having fun so glad y'all are too! Congrats, you've been selected to be a servant in my billionaire bunker. You'll be required to get an implant that will explode if... (2022-Jun-10 • 62 minutes • @0gPhilosophy)
podcast imageEV - 244 Semantics of Consciousness with Jacy Reese Anthis
My guest this week is Jacy Reese Anthis (@Jacyanthis), a PhD student in machine learning at the University of Chicago, and the co-founder of the Sentience Institute. We discuss his recent paper arguing for a semantic solution to the hard problem of consciousness. Convocation: Tom Robbins Consciousness Semantics paper: https://twitter.com/jacyanthis/status/15... by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosophy.libsyn.com/ Filmed Live Musicals Pod: https://www.filmedlivemusicals.... (2022-Jun-09 • 81 minutes • @ETVPod)
podcast imageWhat would a First Nations Voice mean for Australia?
Five years after the historic gathering at the red centre, Anthony Albanese used his election night victory speech to “commit to the Uluru Statement from the Heart in full”. Professor Megan Davis joins Waleed Aly and Scott Stephens on The Minefield to discuss some of the obstacles that stand in the way of a constitutional referendum, and how a First Nations Voice might transform the moral fabric of our politics. (2022-Jun-09 • 54 minutes • @RadioNational)
podcast imageThe Laws of War
A Russian soldier has been sentenced to life in prison for committing war crimes in Ukraine. But what are the rules of a war crime and how can they be enforced? IDEAS speaks to three experts to examine how international law deals with war crimes. (2022-Jun-09 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imagePlato, Republic Book 6 - The Divided Line, Truth, And The Faculties - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's work, The Republic, in particular book 6. Specifically it examines his discussion in the end of book 6 of the "Divided Line". This analogy is used to arrange the matters human beings can grasp and (in some cases) develop knowledge about, ranging from those that posses the least truth and being to those that possess the most. The four parts of the line include: 1. he domain of shadows, reflections, and other things of that sort; 2. th... (2022-Jun-09 • 19 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageWhat is the future of the monarchy?
What is the future of the Monarchy? A pageant, a star-studded concert, street fairs and picnics; it was a joyful four-day tribute to the Queen and millions revelled in her Platinum Jubilee. Seventy years of service, celebrated in true British style. But now the bunting is down and the carnival is over, how committed are we, as a nation, to the monarchy? A recent poll suggests that about 62% are in favour of retaining it, down from three quarters a decade ago. About 22% would prefer an elected head of ... (2022-Jun-09 • 43 minutes • @BBCRadio4)
podcast imageLa douleur 4/4 : Un Montaigne de douleur
durée : 00:58:04 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Michel de Montaigne souffrait d'une maladie sévère, son existence était un "vivre coliqueux". Dans ses Essais, il propose une approche originale : ni nier la douleur, ni s'y noyer, ni l'exagérer... De la même façon qu'on fait son deuil, comment "faire" sa douleur ? - invités : Dominique Brancher professeure de littérature française ancienne à l’Université de Bâle, visiting professeure à Yale, spécialiste de la Renaissance (2022-Jun-09 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageYou Don’t Get Time. You Make Time. | Solve Problems Early
Ryan talks about how to read more, and reads The Daily Stoic’s entry of the day.InsideTracker provides you with a personalized plan to improve your metabolism, reduce stress, improve sleep, and optimize your health for the long haul. For a limited time, get 20% off the entire InsideTracker store. Just go to insidetracker.com/STOIC to claim this deal.✉️ Want Stoic wisdom delivered to your inbox daily? Sign up for the FREE Daily Stoic email at https://dailystoic.com/dailyemail🏛 Get Stoic inspired books, medal... (2022-Jun-09 • 9 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast image#636 Dan Weijers: The Philosophy of Wellbeing and Happiness
Dr. Dan Weijers is a permanent Senior Lecturer in the Philosophy Programme at the University of Waikato, in New Zealand. His research specialties include normative ethics (especially hedonism, wellbeing, and experimental normative ethics), applied ethics (especially the ethics of prediction markets; e.g. PredictIt), and interdisciplinary happiness/wellbeing research (especially wellbeing and public policy, philosophy of happiness science, and conceptions of happiness). | In this episode, we talk about wellb... (2022-Jun-09 • 67 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageEp. 35 - FW/MR: "Freedom of the Will and the Concept of a Person" by Harry Frankfurt
In this reading group episode, we discuss Frankfurt's famous paper, Freedom of the Will and the Concept of a Person. (2022-Jun-09 • 109 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast image98 - The Psychology of Human-Robot Interactions
How easily do we anthropomorphise robots? Do we see them as moral agents or, even, moral patients? Can we dehumanise them? These are some of the questions addressed in this episode with my guests, Dennis Küster and Aleksandra Świderska. Dennis is a postd (2022-Jun-09 • @JohnDanaher)
podcast imageEmbodied Trauma with Anna Westin
Traumatic experiences are those which involve significant and terrible events on emotional, mental, and bodily levels. Their effects can often go unnoticed or can be dismissed as being purely subjective or emotional. A more balanced and holistic approach to understanding trauma examines healing in relation to the mind and body. Dr Anna Westin (St Mellitus College, UK) discusses the fundamental nature of trauma as defined philosophically and psychologically. She also delves into the variety of approaches to ... (2022-Jun-09 • 57 minutes • @ToddMei1)
podcast imageBeyond the Pale (Part 3 of Bias series)
Calling something ‘beyond the pale’ puts it outside of civil society. (The word ‘pale’ actually means a ‘fence’.) So is there a fair way to build and maintain that fence in today’s political climate? IDEAS producer Tom Howell finds out how people are placing their private ‘pales’ these days — and what agreement remains on the existence of a public one. (2022-Jun-08 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageEp. 34 - FW/MR: "Responsibility and the Limits of Evil" by Gary Watson
In this reading group episode, we discuss Gary Watson's paper on Intelligible Moral Demand being a way to view the debate on moral responsibility. That paper is his Responsibility and the Limits of Evil: Variations on a Strawsonian Theme. (2022-Jun-08 • 153 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast image116: "As people who are harmed - how can we possibly perpetrate harm?" - LoriKim Alexander - Sentientism
LoriKim (she/her/we/our) describes herself as an educator, organiser, activist, conservationist, abolitionist, naturalist & healer. Originally from Jamaica & now living in the Bronx, USA, LoriKim has dedicated her life to working for social & environmental justice specifically organizing around LGBTQIA+, Black, Brown & Indigenous communities.  LoriKim’s work in anthropology & her training as a biologist has helped her work against environmental racism, in providing environmental edu... (2022-Jun-08 • 71 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast imageEpisode 125: Strange Brews: Weird Studies Live at Illuminated Brew Works
Phil, Meredith, and JF discuss ritual and potion-making in a live recording hosted by Illuminated Brew Works in Chicago. (2022-Jun-08 • 97 minutes • @weirdstudies@JF_Martel)
podcast imageScott Hershovitz on Making Philosophy Practical | Assume Everyone Is Lying
Ryan reads today’s daily meditation and talks to Scott Hershovitz about his new book Nasty, Brutish, and Short: Adventures in Philosophy with Kids, the common misconceptions about philosophy, how to apply philosophy to actual life, and more.Scott writes about law and philosophy. His academic work has appeared in the Harvard Law Review, The Yale Law Journal, and Ethics, among other places. He also writes occasional essays about philosophy for the New York Times. Before joining the Michigan faculty, Hershovit... (2022-Jun-08 • 68 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageLa douleur 3/4 : Sport, scarification, tatouage : pratiquez-vous la douleur ?
durée : 00:58:12 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Sport, masochisme, scarification, body art : toute douleur choisie est-elle imprégnée de sens ? Lorsque la douleur est subie, dans la torture, construire un récit intérieur peut-il amener à dépasser la souffrance pour la transfigurer ? Quel est le soi auquel nous fait parvenir la douleur ? - invités : David Le Breton Anthropologue, sociologue, membre du Laboratoire Cultures et Sociétés en Europe au CNRS (2022-Jun-08 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageDiogenes Laertes - Diogenes' Frankness Of Speech - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the depiction of the Cynic philosopher Diogenes within Diogenes Laertes' Lives of the Philosophers, book 6 It focuses specifically on Diogenes' frankness of speech (parrhesia), its purpose and value, with reference to a lot of examples. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.co... (2022-Jun-08 • 20 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imagePlutarch's Life of Theseus
This week, the guys dive into another of Plutarch's lives. Unlike some of the other lives Plutarch describes, Theseus' is surrounded by an unusual amount of mythologizing, leaving us to speculate about why he is different from the others. (2022-Jun-08 • 58 minutes • @thenewthinkery@alexpriou@GregMcBrayer3@Tempest1610)
podcast imageEp. 174 - Tacit Knowledge, Contact with Reality, and Covenantal Knowing w/Dr. Esther Meek
Who is Michael PolanyI? What is tacit knowledge? What is Covenantal Epistemology? Dr. Esther Meek joins me on this episode of the Parker's Pensées Podcast to help me find out. | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $3, $5 or more a month. Any amount helps, and for $5 you get a Parker's Pensées sticker and instant access to all the episode as I record them instead of waiting for their release date. Check it out here: | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/parkers_pensees | If you want to give... (2022-Jun-08 • 70 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageLa douleur 2/4 : Le pouvoir des larmes
durée : 00:57:51 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Dans la Rome antique, il existait un usage social et affectif des larmes. Leur exubérance s'est aujourd'hui perdue... Pourquoi les larmes ont-elles de moins en moins coulé ? - invités : Sarah Rey Maître de conférences en histoire ancienne à l’Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut Cambrésis. (2022-Jun-07 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEp. 70: What is a Paradox? (Part II)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony continue their conversation on the nature of paradoxes: If something can't emerge from nothing, then how is learning possible? Is "rareness" a necessary condition for paradoxes? What are we to think about so called time-travel paradoxes? What is the relationship between paradoxes and contradiction? Can paradoxes exist within originary presentation, or only in representation? Do paradoxes actually exist at all? (2022-Jun-07 • 63 minutes • @LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast imageEpisode 238: I Am Not Ivan Ilyich...Am I?
Ivan Ilyich is a man. All men are mortal. So Ivan Ilyich is mortal. Sure absolutely, that’s true for Ivan Ilyich and for all men. But we’re not Ivan Ilyich and we’re not ‘all men’- so what does this have to do with us? Right? David and Tamler confront their mortality as they discuss Leo Tolstoy’s brilliant and chilling short story “The Death of Ivan Ilyich.” Plus the ‘Why I am leaving academia’ essay has become its own genre. But is this profession really that much worse relative to others? (2022-Jun-07 • 118 minutes • @verybadwizards@peez@tamler)
podcast imageThe puzzle of artistic greatness | Minna Salami, Stanley Fish, Meg Rosoff, Janne Teller
Minna Salami, Stanley Fish, Meg Rosoff and Janne Teller discuss whether we can still measure artistic greatness. (2022-Jun-07 • 50 minutes • @IAI_TV)
podcast imageEp. 33 - FW/MR: "Freedom and Resentment" by P.F. Strawson
In this reading group episode, we go deep into the weeds of PF Strawson's "Freedom and Resentment." (2022-Jun-07 • 117 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast imageOn Decline: Revisiting Andrew Potter’s Prognosis
In September 2021, Andrew Potter spoke with IDEAS host Nahlah Ayed about his book, On Decline. He argues that our entire civilization is in a slow, grinding descent into diminished prospects for a better world. We asked the author to return this month to assess how the past nine months have affected his grim prognosis. (2022-Jun-07 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageDiogenes Laertes - Antisthenes On Virtue And Wisdom - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the depiction of the Cynic philosopher Antisthenes within Diogenes Laertes' Lives of the Philosophers, book 6 It focuses specifically on what Antisthenes' beliefs, teachings, and actions bearing upon the virtues and wisdom. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisad... (2022-Jun-07 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageDiogenes Laertes - Diogenes' Cynical Mode Of Life - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the depiction of the Cynic philosopher Diogenes within Diogenes Laertes' Lives of the Philosophers, book 6 It focuses specifically on Diogenes' ways of living, thinking, and interacting with others and the world, embodying his Cynic moral philosophy To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - w... (2022-Jun-07 • 15 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast image30/05/22: Miriam Schoenfield on Deferring to Doubt
When we doubt a belief, we examine how things look from a perspective in which that belief is set aside. Sometimes we care about what that perspective recommends and, as a result, we abandon the belief we've been doubting. Other times we don't: we recognize that a perspective in which a certain belief is set aside recommends abandoning it, but we go on believing it anyway. Why is this? In this paper, I'll consider and then reject some proposals concerning when to defer to the perspective of doubt. I'll argu... (2022-Jun-07 • 54 minutes • @Aristotweets)
podcast imageDATING THE GOSPELS
An in-depth deep dive into how we might deduce the time of writing of the anonymous, undated, genre-defying documents we call the four canonical gospels. (2022-Jun-07 • 213 minutes • @PolPhilPod)
podcast imageAntonia Peacocke
I ask the philosopher Antonia Peacocke five questions about herself. | | Antonia Peacocke is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Stanford University. She is the author of “How to Think Several Thoughts at Once” (2021), “How Literature Expands Your Imagination” (2021), and other essays in aesthetics and the philosophy of mind. (2022-Jun-07 • 30 minutes • @KieranSetiya)
podcast imageReport from Kyiv: A Conversation with Journalist Alisa Sopova
We continue our series on the war in Ukraine. In this episode Vlado and I talk to journalist and anthropologist Alisa Sopova about what everyday life feels like in Ukraine as the war passes the 100 day mark. We discuss the regional differences in how th... (2022-Jun-07 • 76 minutes • @UMBEthics)
podcast imageAnimal Personhood
A court case over an elephant’s right to liberation from the Bronx Zoo shows that we’ve come a long way from Descartes’ concept of animal-as-machine. In episode 53, Ellie and David break down an emerging question in animal rights activism: animal personhood and moral status. What does it mean to be a person? And, what are the implications of legally recognizing animals’ right to life and bodily freedom?Works DiscussedDavid Peña-Guzmán, et al., Chimpanzee Rights: The Philosophers’ Brief Nicolas Malebranche, ... (2022-Jun-07 • 49 minutes • @overthink_pod@ellieanderphd@DrPenaGuzman1)
podcast image#284 — The Funny Business
A Conversation with Judd Apatow (2022-Jun-07 • 40 minutes • @SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image#635 Mattia Riccardi: Nietzsche’s Philosophical Psychology
Dr. Mattia Riccardi is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Arts at the University of Porto. He does work in the areas of philosophy of mind, Nietzsche’s philosophy, Kant’s philosophy, 19th-century German philosophy, phenomenology, philosophy of perception, and philosophy of action. He is the author of Nietzsche’s Philosophical Psychology. | In this episode, we focus on Nietzsche’s Philosophical Psychology. Topics include: Nietzsche's approach to psychology, and its “naturalism”; drives and affects; the so... (2022-Jun-06 • 86 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageThis Surprises You? | Role Models
Ryan talks about why Stoics anticipate adversity, and reads this week’s meditation from The Daily Stoic Journal.InsideTracker provides you with a personalized plan to improve your metabolism, reduce stress, improve sleep, and optimize your health for the long haul. For a limited time, get 20% off the entire InsideTracker store. Just go to insidetracker.com/STOIC to claim this deal.Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://DailyStoic.com/emailFollow us: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, and Facebook (2022-Jun-06 • 9 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast image43 - Tyranny at Work feat. Elizabeth Anderson
Americans hate when the state tells them what to do. They’ve got freer speech, freer access to guns and less regulation on business than any other rich country. So why do they let their work bosses walk all over them? American workers have less rights and worse conditions than workers in any other developed country. Employers can fire employees at will, impose arbitrary schedules and prevent them from forming unions. They tell them what to wear, what they can publicly say and even when they can take a shit.... (2022-Jun-06 • 55 minutes • @goodintheorypod@Clifton_Mark)
podcast image200 | Solo: The Philosophy of the Multiverse
A solo discussion of issues at the intersection of cosmology and philosophy, especially on making predictions in a multiverse. (2022-Jun-06 • 135 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast imageLa douleur 1/4 : À quoi sert la douleur ?
durée : 00:57:48 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - La douleur, la souffrance, sont des événements quotidiens, banals tout en étant exceptionnels. Parce que nous sommes vivants, nous sommes amenés à souffrir. La douleur, qui nous métamorphose, est-elle une nécessité de l'existence ? Mais à quoi bon ? Est-il même possible de la penser ? - invités : Claire Marin philosophe, professeure de philosophie en classe préparatoire et écrivaine (2022-Jun-06 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEp. 32 - FW/MR: The Four Case Argument and Basic Argument by Galen Strawson and Derk Pereboom
In this reading group discussion episode, we discuss Galen Strawson's "The Impossibility of Moral Responsibility" and Derk Pereboom's Four Case Argument against compatibilism. (2022-Jun-06 • 78 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast imageEp. 295: Kant on Preventing War (Part One)
On Immanuel Kant's essay "Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch" (1795). Do nations have the "right" to go to war? What principles ground just international relations, and are there structures and agreements that we can embrace to prevent prevent... (2022-Jun-06 • 42 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageS1E8 - Riana Popat on Outreach, Mental Health and Metaethics, and the Value of Philosophy
Today we're joined by Riana Popat, a PhD student at the University of Nottingham. We’ll be talking about her experiences in teaching and particularly in outreach, her research on the relationship between metaethics and mental health, and her thoughts on the value of philosophy. If, after listening, you’d like to get in touch with Riana, you can email her at [email protected] We also have a transcript available here if you want to read along. | Find out more at http://www.philosophersnest.com (2022-Jun-06 • @KOosterum@99lewiswilliams)
podcast imageMadame Blavatsky: Intellectual, Adventurer, Occultist... Fraud
IDEAS delves into one of the great enigmatic figures of the late 19th century: Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky. Known as the godmother of the New Age movement, she led the Theosophical Society — a group determined to seek 'no religion higher than the truth.' (2022-Jun-06 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageKat Batchelor on Performing and Teaching Folk Music
Kat Batchelor is a classically trained violinist who transitioned to the fiddle and playing folk music. She shares her insights into life, teaching, and performance that derive from her time spent performing at classical and public venues, busking, and interacting with the public on the city streets of Wales, England, and Scotland.Living Philosophy is brought to you by Philosophy2u.com.Host:Dr Todd MeiSponsors:Philosophy2u.comHillary Hutchinson, Career and Change Coach at Transitioning Your LifeHermeneutics... (2022-Jun-06 • 55 minutes • @ToddMei1)
podcast imageThe phenomenology of love
There’s a venerable philosophical tradition devoted to explaining what love is, and it stretches back to the ancient Greeks. What philosophy hasn’t had so much to say about is the phenomenology of love – the question of what love feels like. This week we’re getting inside the experience. (2022-Jun-05 • 28 minutes • @DavidPZone)
podcast imageEpisode 108, The Richard Dawkins Interview (Part I - Why I’m an Atheist)
Welcome to ‘Episode 108 (Part I of II)’, in which we’ll be discussing the existence of God with Professor Richard Dawkins. (2022-Jun-05 • 27 minutes • @ThePanpsycast@_JackSymes@MrMarleyTeach)
podcast imageEureka! Why epiphanies matter | Sophie Grace Chappell
What is an "Aha" moment, and why does it matter for our lives? Sophie Grace Chappel argues that our ethics and value system should be formed around our epiphanies. | | Hosted by Mark Oppenheimer and Jason Werbeloff | Edited and Produced by James Mullen | | Brain in a Vat bookshop (Shopify): https://smarturl.it/BrainShop | Brain in a Vat bookshop (Amazon): https://smarturl.it/BrainAmazonShop | | Podcast: https://anchor.fm/braininavat | Contact us: Mark.Oppenheimer[at]gmail and Jwerbe[at]gmail | (2022-Jun-05 • 58 minutes • @JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image8 Stoic Don'ts For A Better Life
“If you seek tranquillity,” Marcus Aurelius said, “do less.”And then he follows the note to himself with some clarification. Not nothing, less. Do only what’s essential.Ryan Holiday's 8 Stoic don'ts will help you determine the things are essential, and those that aren't. Follow these tips today and everyday. This is the simple recipe for improvement and for happiness. So much of what we think we must do, so much of what we end up doing is not essential. We do it out of habit. We do it out of ... (2022-Jun-05 • 11 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageCoady on Sunstein and Vermeule
Josh and M review David Coady's review of the work of Cass Sunstein and Adrian Vermeule... — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Cons... (2022-Jun-05 • 50 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast imageXenophon, Symposium - Antisthenes On Wealth, Need, And Satisfaction - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the ancient historian, military commander, and student of philosophy, Xenophon's Symposium It focuses specifically on the discourses that Antisthenes, the founder of the Cynic school gives in that work, in which he details his beliefs and way of life. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel -... (2022-Jun-05 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageAvram Alpert (The Good-Enough Life): Why Good Enough is Better Than Great | STM Podcast #133
On episode 133, we welcome Avram Alpert to discuss creating a good-enough world as opposed to one that solely benefits greatness, the myth of meritocracy and how it engenders biased outcomes, the talent that’s frequently overlooked in Western... (2022-Jun-05 • 70 minutes • @seize_podcast@EgoEndsNow@leonscafe31)
podcast image490: Conscious Machiness
More at www.philosophytalk.org/shows/conscious-m... have already surpassed us in their ability to perform certain cognitive tasks. Perhaps it won’t be long till every household has a super intelligent robot who can outperform us in almost every domain. While future AI might be excellent at appearing conscious, could AI ever actually become conscious? Would forcing conscious robots to work for us be akin to slavery? And could we design AI that specifically lacks consciousness, or is consciousness an emergent... (2022-Jun-05 • 10 minutes • @philtalkradio)
podcast imageHoP 398 - Pearls of Wisdom - Marguerite of Navarre
A Renaissance queen supports philosophical humanism and produces literary works on spirituality, love, and the soul. (2022-Jun-05 • 24 minutes • @HistPhilosophy)
podcast imageKarl Marx’s ”Capital” Vol. 3 (Part 2/10)
In this episode, I cover part two of Karl Marx's Capital Vol. 3. This is the breakdown of each episode: Episode One: Preface and Part One Episode Two: Part Two Episode Three: Part Three and Part Four Episode Four: Part Five (Chs. 21-26) Episode Five: Par... (2022-Jun-04 • 40 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageEpisode 124 - Letter to Herodotus 13 - Life On Other Worlds, Development of Language, And the Regular Motion of the Stars
Welcome to Episode One Hundred Twenty Four of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world. I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. We encourage you to study Epicurus for yourself, and we su... (2022-Jun-04 • 57 minutes • @NewEpicurean)
podcast imageMatriarchy - Jenny Cameron
Matriarchy - Jenny Cameron discusses what initially got her interested in matrifocal communities and if it possible for our society to make the necessary shifts to adopt these lessons and ensure we survive the challenges being presented to us in our modern day. (2022-Jun-04 • @radphilosophy)
podcast imageJack Carr on Writing, Becoming World Class, and Building Character
On this live edition of the podcast Ryan talks to author Jack Carr about his new book In The Blood (which you can buy at The Painted Porch), how his experiences as a Navy SEAL have impacted his writing career, how your character impacts your life and work, and more.Jack Carr spent 20 years as a Navy SEAL, where he served as a Team Leader, Platoon Commander, Troop Commander, Task Unit Commander and sniper. Now, he’s an author behind the New York Times bestselling Terminal List series.Inspired by the feelings... (2022-Jun-04 • 72 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageEp. 31 - FW/MR: SEP on Free Will and Determinism
In this reading group discussion episode, we discuss a follow up to our part 1 episode using the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entries on free will and determinism. (2022-Jun-04 • 54 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast image“Machines like Us: TOWARD AI WITH COMMON SENSE” with Professor Ronald Brachman
There is a consensus among the researchers in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning that today’s artificial intelligence systems are narrowly focused, are designed to tackle specialised tasks and cannot operate in general settings. An important feature of the human brain that enables us to operate in general settings, and in unfamiliar situations is our common sense. In their new book “Machines like Us: TOWARD AI WITH COMMON SENSE” Hector Levesque and Ronald Brachman explain “why current... (2022-Jun-04 • 58 minutes • @BTG_ie)
podcast imageLaurie Anderson: Spending the War Without You, Part Two
Musician, poet and multimedia artist Laurie Anderson addresses technology, fame and Yoko Ono’s one-minute scream in the second episode featuring excerpts from her Harvard University Norton Lectures. (2022-Jun-03 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imagePREMIUM-Ep. 294: Quine on Science vs. Epistemology (Part Three)
Concluding on W.V.O. Quine's "Epistemology Naturalized" (1969). We talk more about the attempt to found epistemology on psychology. If you're not hearing , sign up via one of the options described at . (2022-Jun-03 • 14 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast image87 - Should We Get Rid of Applications? Pt. 1
In this episode, we discuss Adam Mastroianni's "Against All Applications" (https://experimentalhistory.substack.co... What is wrong with the application process, both for hiring and for education, and what are the alternatives?Toby Napoletano, Michael Hughes (2022-Jun-03 • 76 minutes • @TheBadlandsPod)
podcast imageUtopia
The HBS hosts discuss the where, when, and how of utopic imagination.On the one hand, utopia as an ideal place, space, political arrangement, or future has been criticized because it delays action to some, perhaps impossible, future. On the other hand, something like utopia just might be necessary for political struggles. We begin with Cruising Utopia by José Esteban Muñoz and move on to discuss the importance, problems, and possibilities of utopia.Full episode notes at this link: http://hotelbarpodcast.com... (2022-Jun-03 • 58 minutes • @hotelbarpodcast@DrLeighMJohnson@c_fpeterson@rickleephilos)
podcast imageObjets inattendus de la philosophie 19/22 : Les regrets, comment apprendre à les aimer ?
durée : 00:58:03 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Le regret est une émotion poétique qui évoque le caractère insaisissable de l'existence humaine, il est le signe qu'on a vécu, qu'on a fait des choix. Comment le sauver sans s'y noyer ? - invités : Ilaria Gaspari Docteure en Philosophie de l’Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, autrice de "Leçons de bonheur" (PUF, 2020). (2022-Jun-03 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageCulture and Value in Du Bois’ The Gift of Black Folk with Chike Jeffers
In his famous 1897 essay, “The Conservation of Races”, Du Bois advocated that African Americans hold on to their distinctiveness as members of the black race because this enables them to participate in a cosmopolitan process of cultural exchange in which different races collectively advance human civilization by means of different contributions. Philosophers like Kwame Anthony Appiah and Tommie Shelby have criticised the position that Du Bois expresses in that essay as a problematic form of racial essential... (2022-Jun-03 • 85 minutes • @RIPhilo)
podcast imageLucian of Samosata, The Cynic - Need, Sufficiency, And Satisfaction
This lecture discusses the ancient writer and satirist Lucian of Samosata's short work, The Cynic. It focuses specifically on his presentation of arguments for and against the Cynic school of philosophy, allowing the Cynic to make his case to the narrator and the reader To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - ww... (2022-Jun-03 • 18 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast image#37: You should spend more time thinking about your anxiety
Do you tell yourself that, in order to be a strong, successful, productive human, you need to have zero tolerance for anxiety? I thought so. You think that if you ignore it, it will go away. The problem is, that doesn't work. Ignoring it makes it worse. To stop anxiety holding you back, you need to hit the pause button - yes, including on that thing that you really should have finished last week - and take a long, hard look at your anxiety. Here's your guide on how to do that.Here's some usef... (2022-Jun-03 • 18 minutes • @AcademicImp@rebecca_roache)
podcast image0G188: Tremors and Doomsday Prepperism
Alright you mother humpers! Time to dip into the modern classics archive and talk about a movie that was "formative" for lots of us if lots of ways. From nerd fetish to Kevin Bacon fetish to prepper mommy fetish to giant graboid tentacle fetish,... (2022-Jun-03 • 83 minutes • @0gPhilosophy)
podcast image#634 Simon Garnier: Swarm Intelligence, Collective Decision-Making, and Human Societies
Dr. Simon Garnier is an Associate Professor of Biology at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He is the head of the Swarm Lab, an interdisciplinary research lab that studies the mechanisms underlying Collective Behaviors and Swarm Intelligence in natural and artificial systems (http://www.theswarmlab.com). His research aims to reveal the detailed functioning of collective intelligence in systems as diverse as ant colonies, human crowds or robotic swarms. | In this episode, we talk about swarm intelligen... (2022-Jun-03 • 58 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageEp. 30 - FW/MR: "Free Will" by Sam Harris
In this reading group discussion episode, we start a series on Free Will, Determinism, and Moral Responsibility with Sam Harris's book. (2022-Jun-02 • 78 minutes • @Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast imageYou Will Need This In Every Situation | Plato's View
Ryan talks about the importance of the four virtues, and reads The Daily Stoic’s entry of the day.The Four Virtues Pendant design, custom to Daily Stoic, was hand-sketched by Lewis Williams, an artist based in Brooklyn, NY. The mixed-metal pendants are handmade by Williams, who uses the ancient processes of carving into the wax and casting into brass and sterling silver and then sawing, engraving, hammering & soldering the metals with precision and care. Each pendant comes with a 24" sterling silve... (2022-Jun-02 • 11 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast image103: Tocqueville's Democracy in America: Part 2
Join in for this part two of a discussion about Alexis de Tocqueville's Democracy in America.  Special focus will be given the the greatest threats to democracy that Tocqueville sees and how he thinks the idea of enlightened self interest can be used to confront them. | Send your comments, questions, and ideas for future episodes to [email protected] | Image Attribution: Image Attribution: By Théodore Chassériau - [1], Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.ph... (2022-Jun-02 • 12 minutes • @MillikinU)
podcast image"Le Prince" de Machiavel 4/4 : Faut-il ruser pour gouverner ?
durée : 00:58:21 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Dans "Le Prince", Machiavel fait un véritable éloge de la ruse, le moyen pour parvenir à ses fins, séparant politique et morale. Pour gouverner, faut-il être aimé ou être craint ? Comment trouver le juste équilibre entre sincérité et manipulation ? - invités : Agnès Cugno (2022-Jun-02 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast image#633 Svetlana Rudenko: Music Perception and Cognition, Consciousness, and Synaesthesia
Dr. Svetlana Rudenko is a concert pianist and educator bringing a new feeling to the way in which sound, music, and art are perceived and experienced in new media. Dr. Rudenko was awarded Dr of Arts from University of Granada, Spain. In addition, she had three years on a Doctorate in the Music Performance program, Royal Irish Academy of Music, Dublin, Ireland, MMus in Performance from Conservatory of Music and Drama Dublin Institute of Technology, PG Dip in Interactive Digital Media from School of Computer ... (2022-Jun-02 • 42 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageWhat's the point of university?
Eight universities are under investigation for providing poor quality degrees. The Office for Students has sent inspectors in to investigate whether undergraduates are getting decent value in return for the huge debts they rack up to get their degrees. For years, there’s been concern about so-called “Mickey Mouse” degrees that do nothing to boost job prospects. But the expansion of universities was rooted in a grand ambition to create a better-educated workforce and to turbo-charge social mobility; a wi... (2022-Jun-02 • 42 minutes • @BBCRadio4)
podcast imageEV - 243 Back to Camp Quest with Sarah Miller
My guest this week is Sarah Miller, Executive Director of Camp Quest. We discuss the camp's goals of providing outdoor summer experiences free of religious indoctrination, and how that project looks in a post pandemic world. Convocation: Aaron's personal experience Camp Quest: https://campquest.org/ Music by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosophy.libsyn.com/ Filmed Live Musicals Pod: https://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/thepo... us at Patreon.com/EmbraceTheVoid If you en... (2022-Jun-02 • 58 minutes • @ETVPod)
podcast imageThe ethical dilemmas of crowd-funding platforms
Social media platforms have been the objects of unrelenting public and political scrutiny over the past decade. Rather less attention has been paid to their more benign cousins — so called “crowd-funding platforms” like GoFundMe. Until now. For what happens when one person’s worthy cause is another’s moral abomination? (2022-Jun-02 • 54 minutes • @RadioNational)
podcast imageThe Möbius Strip
This week the fellas talk Žižek's use of the Möbius strip. Žižek writes that "the Möbius strip stands for the basic dynamics of the order of being, for what was traditionally called the dialectical 'coincidence of opposites'". While working through the concept, &SoOn talks art, Top Gun, and Midnight In Paris. For access to more episodes and our discord, join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/zizekan... (2022-Jun-02 • 55 minutes • @zizekand)
podcast imageLaurie Anderson: Spending the War Without You, Part One
Through excerpts from her Norton lectures, legendary avant-garde multimedia artist Laurie Anderson takes us on a curious journey exploring questions of politics, love, technology and fame. Episode One touches on angels, code-cracking and modern dance. (2022-Jun-02 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imagePhilosophy In Film - 056 - Shawshank Redemption
Shawshank Redemption: Freedom (2022-Jun-02 • 118 minutes • @PhilInFilm)
podcast imageEpictetus Discourses - Willing What God Wills - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the ancient Stoic philosopher Epictetus' work, the Discourses. It focuses specifically on his discussions of the interrelation between the human and the divine, the divine "will", and willing what God or the divine wills. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadle... (2022-Jun-02 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageS2E03 Literature Must Be an Unsettling Force for Democracy w/ Elin Danielsen Huckerby
Whether it's theology, philosophy, politics, or science, it is not uncommon for people to believe their particular worldview has greater authority over others. This authoritarian approach to ideas implies that one person's representation of truth more... (2022-Jun-01 • 63 minutes • @Jeffrey_Howard_@erraticusmag)
podcast imageS3 E9: Robin Zheng
In this episode, I talk with Robin Zheng, Senior Lecturer at the University of Glasgow, about connections between social practices and knowing in premodern Indian philosophy and contemporary feminist philosophy. | Further Resources: | Robin Zheng’s website: https://www.robin-zheng.me/ | Helen Longino: https://philosophy.stanford.edu/people/h... | Miranda Fricker: https://www.mirandafricker.com/ | Christy Dotson: https://lsa.umich.edu/philosophy/people/... | Debating: https://sutrasandstuff.wordpress.com/202... (2022-Jun-01 • 15 minutes • @cmalcolmkeating)
podcast imageOrwell's Roses: Rebecca Solnit
In her latest book, Orwell’s Roses, Rebecca Solnit uncovers a George Orwell who sought simple pleasures and beauty and was besotted with the natural world — something that was core to his being and that was essential to a worldview that abhorred totalitarianism, lies and abuses of language. (2022-Jun-01 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageNietzsche on Truth and Lies
This week the guys assemble to visit a very short work of Nietzsche's that deals with extra-moral truth and lies. Specifically, the guys analyze whether or not telling the truth is always right from a philosophic perspective, and what that may show us... (2022-Jun-01 • 56 minutes • @thenewthinkery@alexpriou@GregMcBrayer3@Tempest1610)
podcast imageJamal Greene on Reconceiving Rights
Negotiating liberty, justice, and obligation in the context of pluralism. (2022-Jun-01 • 48 minutes • @tylercowen)
podcast imageEp. 11 - Testing Implicit Bias (with Morgan Thompson)
In this episode, I read my short paper with Morgan Thompson in WIRES Cognitive Science titled, "Testing for Implicit Bias: Values, Psychometrics, and Science Communication". You may have heard about implicit bias. (2022-Jun-01 • 23 minutes • @byrd_nick)
podcast imageShould we legalize (part 2)...Prostitution
Second in our series (of 3 episodes) exploring the intersection of morality and public policy; generally of the form 'should X be made legal?'. We'll be exploring both the ethical arguments and some of the high level data around key policy decisions surrounding commonly banned substances and activities. A core introductory theme (and one that's consistently touched on through the series) is when and how a governing power should behave independent of morality, i.e. with a greater focus and interest in outcom... (2022-Jun-01 • 35 minutes • @MoralityofThe@AnthonyNCollias)
podcast imageEpisode 171: World Tour of Philosophy: France Part 2
This week join Mike and Danny as they settle into cafe society and sip red wine on the banks of the Seine. Yes in France they philosophise on main street, he said ruefully. So, adjust your berets, order some moules-frite and get le garcon de cafe to leave the bottle as we introduce Michel Eyquem de Montaigne - essayist, sceptic, anecdotalist and all round renaissance thinker - but don't call him a philosopher for gods sake, he won't like it. Montaigne, the man who summed up philosophy in four words, "what d... (2022-Jun-01 • 17 minutes • @PhilosophyWtf)
podcast imageJack Weatherford on Genghis Khan and Learning From History | The Most Stoic Person In Marcus’ Life
Ryan reads today’s daily meditation and talks to author Jack Weatherford about his books Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World and Indian Givers: How Native Americans Transformed the World (which you can get at The Painted Porch), why we should learn from history and implement new solutions based on past failures, and more. Jack Weatherford is the New York Times bestselling author of Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World, which sold over 300,000 copies and has been optioned by Wolf Films... (2022-Jun-01 • 76 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageWhat Is Time? | Emily Thomas
In this episode of “What Is X?” Justin E.H. Smith and Emily Thomas tackle the timely yet timeless question: "What is time?" Is time an external, objective fact, or is the flow and tempo of the world internal to us—in some sense, all in our head? Could a robot have consciousness even if it didn't understand time? To help concretize these potent questions, Justin and Emily look back at the thought of a now mostly-obscure metaphysician by the name of J.M.E. McTaggart, who argued that time was un... (2022-Jun-01 • 59 minutes • @jehsmith)
podcast imageEpisode #166 ... Jose Ortega - Circumstance
Today we begin talking about the work of Jose Ortega Y Gasset. (2022-Jun-01 • 30 minutes • @iamstephenwest)
podcast imageBook Banning Culture: A Discussion with Mari Naomi
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with author/speaker/podcaster, Mari Naomi. We learn about the author's point of view on banned books, how to navigate creativity in a culture ready to ban books, and the process of publishing. Learn... (2022-Jun-01 • 44 minutes • @InTheDetailsPod@GDolske@SaloRudy)
podcast imageEpictetus Discourses - The Profession Of A Stoic Philosopher - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the ancient Stoic philosopher Epictetus' work, the Discourses. It focuses specifically on his discussions bearing on the profession of the Stoic philosopher. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Epictetus' Discourses - amzn.to/2NOiKng (2022-Jun-01 • 15 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast image115: Sentientist Economics - Nicolas Treich - Sentientism
Nicolas is a research associate at INRAE (L’institut national de recherche pour l’agriculture, l’alimentation et l’environnement) and the Toulouse School of Economics. His work focuses on risk and decision theory, environmental economics, benefit-cost analysis and, more recently, on animal welfare. He has published scientific papers on subjects including the precautionary principle, the value of statistical life, and climate policy. He has organized several international conferences and written numerous art... (2022-Jun-01 • 54 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast imageHow Could Life Evolve From Cyanide?
How did life begin on Earth? It’s one of the greatest and most ancient mysteries in all of science — and the clues to solving it are all around us. Biologists have sometimes imagined evolutionary history as a recorded “tape of life” that might turn out differently if it were replayed again and again. In this episode, Steven Strogatz speaks with two researchers inspecting different parts of the tape. First, hear from the Nobel Prize-winning biologist Jack Szostak, who explores how a boiling pool laced with c... (2022-Jun-01 • 39 minutes • @QuantaMagazine@stevenstrogatz)
podcast image2022 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics: Ethics and Artificial Intelligence (1 of 3)
In the first of three 2022 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics, Professor Peter Railton explores how we might "programme ethics into AI" Recent, dramatic advancement in the capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) raise a host of ethical questions about the development and deployment of AI systems. Some of these are questions long recognized as of fundamental moral concern, and which may occur in particularly acute forms with AI—matters of distributive justice, discrimination, social control, po... (2022-May-31 • 90 minutes • @ethicsinthenews)
podcast imagePodcast episode 25: Interview with Felicity Meakins on contact linguistics
In this interview, we talk to Felicity Meakins about Pidgins, Creoles, and mixed languages. We discuss what they are, and how they are viewed in both linguistic scholarship and in speaker communities. Download | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google…Read more › (2022-May-31 • 28 minutes • @hiphilangsci@TeapotLinguist)
podcast imageSharon Street
I ask the philosopher Sharon Street five questions about herself. | | Sharon Street is Professor of Philosophy at NYU. She is the author of “A Darwinian Dilemma for Realist Theories of Value” (2006), “Constructivism about Reasons” (2008), and other essays. (2022-May-31 • 31 minutes • @KieranSetiya)
podcast imageEp. 173 - David Lewis, Divine Evil, and Plantinga's Ontological Argument w/Dr. Dean Zimmerman
Dean Zimmerman joins me in this episode to discuss his relationship with David Lewis, whom he eulogized. We also discussed Lewis's paper on divine evil, and how a classical theist could be a modal realist following Lewis's model.    | Check out more from Dean Zimmerman here: http://fas-philosophy.rutgers.edu/zimmer... | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $3, $5 or a number of other amounts. Any amount helps, and for $5 you get a Parker's Pensées sticker and instant access to ... (2022-May-31 • 103 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageHow Sand Shapes Our World
"Sand is the material that matters most to what it means for us to be human," says researcher Nehal El-Hadi. She explores how sand shapes everything from our cities to our understanding of time — and what it means that the global supply of sand is dwindling, in her lecture, Poetics, Politics, and Paradoxes of Sand. (2022-May-31 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageEp. 32 Philosophy as a Way of Life, Part 2
Critical of philosophy as a discipline too focused on abstract theory, French philosopher Pierre Hadot posits that ancient philosophy is meant to be an aid to living well. In this episode we provide commentary and analysis of his essay Spiritual Exercises from his book Philosophy as a Way of Life on topics such as learning to die, dialoguing, and other aspects critical to living a good life. Open Door Philosophy on Twitter @d_parsonage or @opendoorphilOpen Door Philosophy on Instagram @opendoorphilosophyOp... (2022-May-31 • 66 minutes • @opendoorphil@d_parsonage)
podcast imageEpictetus Discourses - Social Intercourse And Engagements - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the ancient Stoic philosopher Epictetus' work, the Discourses. It focuses specifically on his discussions of interacting with people in social settings and relations. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Epictetus' Discourses - amzn.to/2NOiKng (2022-May-31 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageEpisode 18 - How Doctors Think with Camillo Coccia
Camillo is a medical doctor from South Africa. Currently he works as a senior house officer at Letterkenny University Hospital department of Hematology. He has a special interests in existentialist philosophy, German idealism and phenomenology. We publis... (2022-May-31 • 110 minutes • @lifeplatoscave@MarioVeen)
podcast image054 - Can Hegel Save Us from a Brutal Return to Tribalism?
The Electronic Revolution has dramatically changed how the world receives and processes information. The previous print revolution helped usher in the Enlightenment, the Scientific Revolution, nation-states, and individual rights through its emphasis on visual, linear thinking, i.e. left-brain thinking.However, the Electronic Age reintroduced the audio factor to mass communications beginning with radio. This was followed by television bringing a return of both audio and visual in one package. And this re... (2022-May-31 • 36 minutes • @CunningofGeist)
podcast image2022 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics: Ethics and Artificial Intelligence (2 of 3)
In the second 2022 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics, Professor Peter Railton explores how we might "programme ethics into AI" Recent, dramatic advancement in the capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) raise a host of ethical questions about the development and deployment of AI systems. Some of these are questions long recognized as of fundamental moral concern, and which may occur in particularly acute forms with AI—matters of distributive justice, discrimination, social control, political ... (2022-May-31 • 68 minutes • @ethicsinthenews)
podcast image2022 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics: Ethics and Artificial Intelligence (3 of 3)
In last of the three 2022 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics, Professor Peter Railton explores how we might "programme ethics into AI" Recent, dramatic advancement in the capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) raise a host of ethical questions about the development and deployment of AI systems. Some of these are questions long recognized as of fundamental moral concern, and which may occur in particularly acute forms with AI—matters of distributive justice, discrimination, social control, pol... (2022-May-31 • 74 minutes • @ethicsinthenews)
podcast image"Le Prince" de Machiavel 2/4 : Que la “fortuna” soit avec toi !
durée : 00:58:02 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Deux notions clé sont à l'oeuvre dans la pensée de Machiavel : virtù et fortuna, qui structurent la vie humaine. Signifient-elles que le hasard a quelque chose à jouer en politique, ou bien la volonté ? Peut-on se servir du hasard pour devenir un grand chef politique, comme une épreuve de soi ? - invités : Thierry Ménissier enseignant-chercheur professeur de philosophie à l'Université de Grenoble (2022-May-31 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imagePhilosophy's psychedelic renaissance |Rupert Sheldrake, Peter Sjöstedt-Hughes
Scientist Rupert Sheldrake and philosopher Peter Sjöstedt-Hughes explore the interplay between psychedelics and philosophy. (2022-May-31 • 29 minutes • @IAI_TV)
podcast image'Mr. Dynamo': Remembering Ronnie Hawkins
The passing of Ronnie Hawkins at age 87 is the inspiration for this special episode of IDEAS in which producer Philip Coulter retools a show he did for Inside the Music. It plumbs the CBC Radio's extensive archives featuring The Hawk and captures the bottomless charisma, warmth and energy that defined his legendary career. (2022-May-30 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image199 | Elizabeth Cohen on Time and Other Political Values
I talk with political scientist Elizabeth Cohen on the role of time in government and politics. (2022-May-30 • 73 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast image23/05/22: Alexander Mourelatos on 'Parmenides of Elea and Xenophanes of Colophon: the Conceptually Deeper Connections'
In the interpretation of Parmenides of Elea, there is a certain vulgate, one widely represented in general histories of philosophy and indeed assumed by philosophers broadly. The metaphysical tenor and thrust of the philosophy of Parmenides, according to this vulgate, is holistic monism: "all things are one," in Greek, hen to pan. As it may be recalled, Parmenides reached his metaphysical conclusions by initially reflecting on the language of to mē on or to ouk on (either of which may be translated as "what... (2022-May-30 • 73 minutes • @Aristotweets)
podcast image#283 — Gun Violence in America
A Conversation with Graeme Wood (2022-May-30 • 95 minutes • @SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image39 | Lukács: Social Totality and the Commodity Form
In this episode we discuss the work of György Lukács, focusing on the reification essay from his seminal 1923 book History and Class Consciousness. We talk about why it’s not great that the commodity form has penetrated every aspect of social life, why we need to retain the category of totality in spite of loud protests from postmodernists, and what’s special about the standpoint of the proletariat. Welcome to capitalism, folks: real contradictions and necessary illusions abound. But it’s not over yet! patr... (2022-May-30 • 65 minutes • @leftofphil@gdmorejon@whitherutopia@oglynwil@classreductress)
podcast image"Le Prince" de Machiavel 1/4 : Tout bon conseiller est-il machiavélique ?
durée : 00:58:36 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Il existe un cliché très répandu autour du "Prince" de Machiavel : dans un chapitre célèbre, il affirme qu'il faut savoir faire le mal pour gouverner. On a donc fait de sa pensée l'incarnation du mal en politique. Pourtant, c'est un malentendu. Alors comment bien interpréter sa philosophie ? - invités : Sandro Landi Historien, professeur à l’université Bordeaux Montaigne, directeur de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme de Borde... (2022-May-30 • 59 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEp. 294: Quine on Science vs. Epistemology (Part Two)
Continuing on "Epistemology Naturalized" (1969), we work further through the text, getting into what this new psychology-rooted epistemology might look like and how Quine changed empiricism. Plus, more of us trying to figure out his claims about the... (2022-May-30 • 38 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast image546: The Scandalous Truth About Memoir
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/sca... memoir is a personal narrative written about a pivotal time in the author’s life. While the story is told from a particular perspective, the events recounted are supposed to be fact, not fiction. But what exactly counts as truth in memoir? Is the distinction between “literal truth” and “emotional truth” just a way of shirking responsibility for fabricating falsehoods? What other ethical responsibilities does the memoirist have—for example, when it comes to... (2022-May-30 • 11 minutes • @philtalkradio)
podcast image#61 - Yampolskiy on Machine Consciousness and AI Welfare
In this episode I talk to Roman Yampolskiy. Roman is a Tenured Associate Professor in the department of Computer Engineering and Computer Science at the Speed School of Engineering, University of Louisville. He is the founding and current director of the Cyber Security Lab and an author of many books and papers on AI security and ethics, including Artificial Superintelligence: a Futuristic Approach. We talk about how you might test for machine consciousness and the first steps towards a science of AI welfar... (2022-May-30 • @JohnDanaher)
podcast image#58 - Neely on Augmented Reality, Ethics and Property Rights
In this episode I talk to Erica Neely. Erica is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Ohio Northern University specializing in philosophy of technology and computer ethics. Her work focuses is on the ethical ramifications of emerging technologies. She (2022-May-30 • @JohnDanaher)
podcast image#632 Dario Maestripieri: Human Nature, Individual Differences, Knowledge, and Consilience
Dr. Dario Maestripieri is a Professor in Comparative Human Development and is also affiliated with the Institute on the Formation of Knowledge at the University of Chicago. His current main interests are, a) evolution of human behavior and its biological regulation, b) 20th century European literature. | In this episode, we talk about human nature, individual differences, knowledge, and consilience. We discuss what human nature is, how to account for individual differences in human behavior, and personality... (2022-May-30 • 48 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast image#62 - Häggström on AI Motivations and Risk Denialism
In this episode I talk to Olle Häggström. Olle is a professor of mathematical statistics at Chalmers University of Technology and a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA) and of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA). Olle (2022-May-30 • @JohnDanaher)
podcast image#57 - Sorgner on Nietzschean Transhumanism
In this episode I talk Stefan Lorenz Sorgner. Stefan teaches philosophy at John Cabot University in Rome. He is director and co-founder of the Beyond Humanism Network, Fellow at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (IEET), Research Fellow a (2022-May-30 • @JohnDanaher)
podcast imageElizabeth Harman & The Ethics of Abortion
On May 2nd, Politico leaked a draft opinion of the US Supreme Court that suggested the court had voted to overrule Roe v Wade, the previous high court decision from 1973 that guaranteed the right to early term abortion in all of the US. This ruling by the Supreme Court seemingly passes the power to decide on the legality of abortion to individual States, though this essentially amounts to an immediate ban on abortions in several states. So was the Supreme Court right in allowing individual States to decide ... (2022-May-30 • 75 minutes • @newsphilosophy@philosopher1923)
podcast imageThis Never Makes Things Better | The View from Above
Ryan talks about the perils of anger, and reads this week’s meditation from The Daily Stoic Journal.The Stoics have some of the smartest and most applicable insights about getting your anger contained. For a high level introduction to some of those insights, check out this article: Anger Management: 8 Strategies Backed By Two Thousand Years of Practice. Or if you really want to get serious about conquering your anger, sign up for our course: Taming Your Temper: The 11-Day Stoic Guide to Controlling Anger. 1... (2022-May-30 • 9 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageEpictetus Discourses - Not Wanting Pity - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the ancient Stoic philosopher Epictetus' work, the Discourses. It focuses specifically on his discussions stemming from the topic of pity and people who become upset at being pitied (or imagining themselves being pitied) by others To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user... (2022-May-29 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageHAP 101 - Crossing Paths - the Last Years of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr
After 1963, the views of Malcolm X and MLK came closer together, on topics including internationalism, political engagement, and economics. (2022-May-29 • 29 minutes • @HistPhilosophy@ChikeJeffers)
podcast imageDavid Chalmers on Virtual Reality and The Simulation Argument
Could you be a brain in a vat, or be living in a simulated or virtual reality? Could you live a meaningful, valuable existence even if you were? | | Presenters: Mark Oppenheimer and Jason Werbeloff | Editor and Producer: Jimmy Mullen (2022-May-29 • 63 minutes • @JasonWerbeloff)
podcast imageSeminar 3
Ryan and Todd provide their reading of Jacques Lacan's Seminar III devoted to the psychoses. They focus on the idea of the foreclosure of the paternal signifier while also addressing the role that Lacan theorizing the imaginary having in psychosis. They also outline the theory of the signifier that Lacan articulates in this seminar and how it relates to his later theorizing. (2022-May-29 • 85 minutes • @UVMcas)
podcast imageConspiracy theories, anti-Semitism and fun
You don’t have to be stupid to be a conspiracy theorist. Many people who buy into paranoid fantasies about stolen Presidential elections and sinister global Jewish cabals are perfectly sane, well-educated individuals. So why do they fall for these myths? This week we consider the possibility that the attraction is primarily aesthetic, and that the experience is fun. As for why the perennial focus on Jews: the answer can be found in a peculiar tension between philosophical monism and the worldview of the TV ... (2022-May-29 • 39 minutes • @DavidPZone)
podcast image12 Lessons From 12 Months Owning A Bookstore
It's going to take longer than you thought, but it will be worth it in the end.By the first week of March 2020 the world was entrenched in a pandemic. What began with such excitement for Ryan Holiday and his wife Samantha ended up taking much longer and costing way more than they had expected. In this video Ryan breaks down the 12 most important lessons that he's taken away from the first year being in business.Sign up for Ryan Holiday's Reading List Newsletter: https://ryanholiday.net/readin... (2022-May-29 • 19 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageKarl Marx’s Capital Vol. 3 (Part 1/10)
In this episode, I begin Karl Marx's Capital Vol. 3. This is the breakdown of each episode: Episode One: Preface and Part One Episode Two: Part Two Episode Three: Part Three and Part Four Episode Four: Part Five (Chs. 21-26) Episode Five: Part Five (Chs.... (2022-May-28 • 56 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageThe Experience of Illness Part 2 - Professor Havi Carel
The Experience of Illness Part 2 - Professor Havi Carel discusses the aim of the Phenomenology of Illness, if illness is being-towards-death and if there epistemic injustice in healthcare. (2022-May-28 • @radphilosophy)
podcast imageThe Calculus Wars (What the Conspiracy!)
M schools Josh in the mud-slinging history of calculus! — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: ... (2022-May-28 • 57 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast image114: "Humility should underpin our efforts to understand" - Journalist Marina Bolotnikova - Sentientism
Marina is a journalist, currently focusing on factory farming and the criminalization of activists who fight it. Marina has written for Vox, The Guardian, The New York Times, The Intercept and many other publications. She used to be an editor for Harvard Magazine. Before that, she wrote and edited for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Toledo Blade and The Harvard Crimson. | In Sentientist Conversations we talk about the two most important questions: “what’s real?” & “what matters?” | Sentientism is ... (2022-May-28 • 63 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast imageEpisode 123 - Letter to Herodotus 12 - Events and Time (More on Properties and Qualities)
Welcome to Episode One Hundred Twenty Three of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world. I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. We encourage you to study Epicurus for yourself, and we ... (2022-May-28 • 54 minutes • @NewEpicurean)
podcast imageWilliam Lane Craig on Christianity and Philosophy of Religion | Episode 12
Professor William Lane Craig is a world-renowned theologian and philosopher of religion. He authored dozens of books on these topics, including The Kalām Cosmological Argument (1979), God Over All (2016), The Atonement (2018), In Quest of the Historical Adam (2021) and many others. Besides his academic scholarship, Professor Craig is internationally known for his debates with various academic and popular atheists such as Christopher Hitchens, Lawrence Krauss, Sam Harris, Peter Millican, Arif Ahmed and many ... (2022-May-28 • 54 minutes • @tedynenu)
podcast imageEp. 172 - Religious Disagreement and Epistemology w/Dr. Richard Feldman
Is religious disagreement a special case of epistemological disagreement or is it just like any other case? Dr. Richard Feldman argues that it's just like the rest and that's actually a good thing for theisms! | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $3, $5 or more a month. Any amount helps, and for $5 you get a Parker's Pensées sticker and instant access to all the episode as I record them instead of waiting for their release date. Check it out here: | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/par... (2022-May-28 • 74 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageComedian Drew Michael on Optimization, Social Media Culture, and Empathy
Ryan talks to Drew Michael about his new stand up special Red Blue Green, the line between being artistic and being offensive, how ideology and emotional disposition are linked, and more.Drew Michael is a stand-up comedian who has long been a fixture in the New York stand-up scene. Drew has also released comedy albums (2013’s Lovely and 2016’s Funny to Death) along with a very funny Comedy Central half-hour. He spent the 2016-2017 season writing for SNL, and he appeared on an episode of The Carmichael Show.... (2022-May-28 • 87 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast image0G187: Severance and Corporate Culture Alienation
In order to get to the show notes you'll first need to walk through an endless series of boring halls very slowly. At which point you'll get a tiny glimpse of the show notes the have to wait till next season to see if they really pay off. But you're... (2022-May-27 • 54 minutes • @0gPhilosophy)
podcast imageEpictetus Discourses - Lust And Adultery - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the ancient Stoic philosopher Epictetus' work, the Discourses. It focuses specifically on his discussions about sexual desire or lust, and in particular the issue of adultery To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Epictetus' Discourses - amzn.to/2NO... (2022-May-27 • 15 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageObjets inattendus de la philosophie 18/22 : La crocs, y a-t-il une essence du moche ?
durée : 00:59:42 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye, Adèle Van Reeth - La crocs incarne le moche, pas le laid, mais bien le moche. Et ce sabot apparait aujourd'hui partout, comme si le moche s'était installé dans nos vies, surtout après le covid qui a requestionné et redéfini notre rapport à nos apparences. Alors le moche, nouvelle norme esthétique ? - invités : Alice Pfeiffer journaliste, spécialiste d'anthropologie de la mode et des gender studies (2022-May-27 • 60 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageGetting Good at Bad Emotions with Amy Olberding
Some of our emotions are bad – unpleasant to experience, reflective of dissatisfactions or even heartbreak – but nonetheless quite important to express and, more basically, to feel. Grief is like this, for example. So, too, is disappointment. Amy Olberding explores how our current social practices may fail to support expressions of disappointment and thus suppress our ability to feel it well. She draws on early Confucian philosophy and its remarkable attention to everyday social interactions and their power... (2022-May-27 • 77 minutes • @RIPhilo)
podcast image#631 Laura Vowels: Sexual and Relationship Satisfaction, Sexual Values, and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Dr. Laura Vowels is an ICEEFT certified emotionally-focused (EFT) therapist and a junior lecturer/postdoctoral researcher at University of Lausanne, Switzerland. She has published extensively on topics pertaining to romantic relationships and sexual desire and well-being. She also works as a principal researcher for Blueheart.io. Blueheart’s mission is to bring sex therapy to millions of couples in an app format to help couples navigate issues around sexual desire discrepancy. | In this episode, we talk abo... (2022-May-27 • 53 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imagePhilosophers on the Internet
The HBS hosts sit down with Justin Weinberg of the Daily Nous to talk about philosophers on the internet.While everyone is on the internet, many philosophers (some of whom may be on this podcast!) seem resistant to blogging, social media, and other forms of web presence. In this episode, we look at philosophers on the internet. What benefits does the internet bring to philosophy and/or philosophers? Is the internet our new “town square?” If so, should philosophy be brought to the town square? Another way to... (2022-May-27 • 56 minutes • @hotelbarpodcast@DrLeighMJohnson@c_fpeterson@rickleephilos)
podcast image64. Top Gun (w/ Sean Burns)
We stuff into a tiny F14 cockpit with Sean Burns (WBUR’s The ARTery) and fly into the danger zone to discuss why Top Gun is a sports film that forges a new American myth with dazzling imagery and zero subtlety. We consider the view that Tom Cruise is America's son and get into the trenches with Kelly McGillis to unpack their love triangle with Val Kilmer's Iceman. Also discussed: the effects of g-forces on the human body, what our callsigns would be, and why 80s American jingoism is quaint and endearing. Ta... (2022-May-27 • 60 minutes • @cowspod@juskhoo)
podcast imageDon't Look Back: The Myth of Orpheus
The myth of Orpheus is the oldest love story, from ancient Greece — it's the story of the power of art, a story told through opera and film, and poetry. Two thousand five hundred years later, IDEAS contributor Tom Jokinen explores why the myth of Orpheus still has such a hold on us. *Originally aired on October 14, 2021. (2022-May-27 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageEp. 171 - Solving Apparent Contradictions in the Doctrine of the Trinity w/Dr. Chris Tweedt
"Trinititarians are charged with at least two contradictions. First, the Father is God and the Son is God, so it seems to follow that the Father is the Son. Trinitarians affirm the premises but deny the conclusion, which seems contradictory. Second, the Father is a God, the Son is a God, and the Holy Spirit is a God, but the Father is not the Son, the Father is not the Holy Spirit, and the Son is not the Holy Spirit. This argument seems to entail that there are three Gods. Again, Trinitarians affirm the pre... (2022-May-26 • 80 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageBritt Wray on Generation Dread: Finding Purpose in an Age of Climate Crisis
Science writer and scholar Britt Wray specializes in the mental health impacts of the ecological crisis. Her new book, Generation Dread: Finding Purpose in an Age of Climate Crisis, shares productive ways to cope, think, and act while facing an anxious ecological present and uncertain future. (2022-May-26 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageEV - 242 Sensemaking with David Fuller
My guest this week is David Fuller (@fullydavid), a journalist who’s made documentaries for Channel 4 and the BBC and co-founded the Rebel Wisdom content platform. We discuss sensemaking and rebel wisdom, both the positives in terms of personal growth and the negatives in terms of potentially higher risk of conspiracism. Rebel Wisdom: https://rebelwisdom.co.uk/ Discussion with Aaron and Jim Rutt on Rebel Wisdom: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nNk7fvx... Easter Miracle article: https://rebelwisdom.substa... (2022-May-26 • 70 minutes • @ETVPod)
podcast image#630 Suki Finn: Epistemology of Logic, the Philosophy of Love, and the Metaphysics of Pregnancy
Dr. Suki Finn is a Lecturer in Philosophy at Royal Holloway University of London. Her research spans the areas of metametaphysics, the metaphysics of pregnancy, the epistemology of logic, and feminist and queer theory. She is the editor of 'Women of Ideas' published with Oxford University Press which is a selection of interviews with women from Philosophy Bites. She is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy; she is on the Executive Committee for the Society for Women in Philosophy UK; she is on... (2022-May-26 • 48 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageEpictetus Discourses - Attention Or Mindfulness (Prosokhē) - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the ancient Stoic philosopher Epictetus' work, the Discourses. It focuses specifically on his discussions of prosokhes - mindfulness or attention/attentiveness - in book 4 To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Epictetus' Discourses - amzn.to/2NOiKn... (2022-May-26 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast image102: Tocqueville's Democracy in America: Part 1
Alexis de Tocqueville is most well known for his phrase, 'the tyranny of the majority'.  Listen in to learn more about Tocqueville's thoughts about Democracy in America that he formed after his journey to the United States in the early 1830's.   | Send over your comments, questions, and ideas for future episodes to [email protected] | Image Attribution: By Théodore Chassériau - [1], Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.ph... (2022-May-26 • 13 minutes • @MillikinU)
podcast imageWhat is the significance of Australia’s federal election?
Does the 2022 federal election tell us anything about the future of Australian democracy? We know that the Coalition was resoundingly defeated. But does Australia’s new patchwork parliament hold out a surprising model for how some of the inherent limits of representative politics can be overcome? (2022-May-26 • 54 minutes • @RadioNational)
podcast imageThe Priorities of the Police
Dame Cressida Dick, the newly-departed Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, says policing has become ‘too politicised’. When her force has been criticised on the right for investigating ‘Partygate’ and on the left for letting the Prime Minister off too lightly, and when the Durham Police must now decide whether to end the career of the leader of the Labour Party, it’s hard to argue with her. The Public Order Bill, which had its second reading this week, will create new legal powers to prevent or punis... (2022-May-26 • 43 minutes • @BBCRadio4)
podcast imageHere’s to the Renegades | Stop Caring What People Think
Ryan talks about why the Stoics do what is right above all else, and reads The Daily Stoic’s entry of the day.The Daily Stoic Leadership Challenge is a 9-week course that was built to mirror the kind of education that produced historically great leaders like Marcus Aurelius. It is now a recorded course, which means all participants will join the course and move through it at their own pace. Sign up at https://dailystoic.com/leadershipchallen... Hours is a nonprofit that provides free research and support to... (2022-May-26 • 14 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageAristotle on Slavery
Was Aristotle's view of slavery evil, idiotic, a combination, or something else entirely? The guys sit down to talk about how Aristotle viewed slavery and how that view might look today. (2022-May-25 • 57 minutes • @thenewthinkery@alexpriou@GregMcBrayer3@Tempest1610)
podcast imageThe Rise and Fall and Rise of Richard Wright
Richard Wright was the biggest name in Black American literature in the 1940s. He fell out of favour, in part the result of critiques by James Baldwin and Ralph Ellison. But a recent publication of a Wright manuscript has led to a re-evaluation of his legacy and enduring relevance. (2022-May-25 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageCicéron, c’est carré 3/3 : L’art de persuader
durée : 00:58:01 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Avocat, maître des mots, Cicéron nous a transmis les clés de l'éloquence, l'art de la vérité. Mais peut-elle s'apprendre ? (2022-May-25 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEpisode 124: Dark Night Radio of the Soul, with Duncan Barford
Spiritual practitioner Duncan Barford joins JF and Phil to talk about the Dark Night of the Soul. (2022-May-25 • 88 minutes • @weirdstudies@JF_Martel)
podcast imageAdmiral James Stavridis on Evaluating Risk and Building Confidence | Remember This Always
Ryan reads today’s daily meditation and talks to Admiral James Stavridis about his new book To Risk It All: Nine Conflicts and the Crucible of Decision, doing the right thing in the face of consequence, maintaining confidence in who you are despite others opinion, and more.Admiral James Stavridis is a retired four-star U.S. naval officer. He served for five years as the Dean of The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. He led the NATO Alliance in global operations from 2009 to 2013 and i... (2022-May-25 • 58 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageEpisode 37: Rainbow in the Dark (with Jacob Berger)
Get ready to interrogate some mind colors! Can the so-called qualitative aspects of consciousness be explained in holistic and functionalist terms that undermine anti-physicalist critiques? Can the consciousness of a mental state be wholly explained in terms of a non-conscious thought about it? To find out, Pete Mandik talks to Jacob Berger (Lycoming College) about Jake’s work on consciousness within the Higher-Order Thought approach. Pete and Jake also get into the closely related quality-space view of sen... (2022-May-24 • @spacetimemind99@onemorebrown@petemandik)
podcast imageEpictetus Discourses - Stoic Cosmopolitanism - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the ancient Stoic philosopher Epictetus' work, the Discourses. It focuses specifically on his discussions of the conception of Cosmopolitanism, that is, being a citizen of the world or the universe. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Epictetus' ... (2022-May-24 • 11 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageEp. 69: What is a Paradox? (Part I)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony discuss a number of fundamental questions pertaining to the nature of paradoxes: What exactly is a paradox? Are paradoxes a feature of reality itself, or only of the relationship between the mind and reality? If space can be divided infinitely, how is motion possible? At what point in a process exactly does something become something else? (2022-May-24 • 57 minutes • @LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast imageArtemisia Gentileschi: What a Woman Can Do
*Please note that this episode features descriptions of a sexual assault that some listeners may find disturbing.* 17-century artist Artemisia Gentileschi upended traditional depictions of women in her paintings by creating gutsy, strong female figures. With her paintbrush as in her life, she fought gender inequality and helped to reimagine womanhood and what it could mean to be a female artist. (2022-May-24 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageAnimal Consciousness
From snoozing puppies kicking their legs to controversial octopi who change colors while asleep, nonhuman dreaming fascinates us. Science says that sleeping animals experience “reality simulations,” rich dreamscapes which they navigate as conscious agents. Inspired by David’s book When Animals Dream (fresh off the press!), this episode kicks off a 3-part series tracing his thrilling investigation into the nature and philosophical implications of animal dreaming. Episode 52 introduces David’s argument that a... (2022-May-24 • 55 minutes • @overthink_pod@ellieanderphd@DrPenaGuzman1)
podcast imageEpisode 237: Glitches Ain't Shit
David and Tamler explore the many variations of simulation theory, the view that our universe is just a computer generated model created by an advanced civilization that has reached “technological maturity.” What does the growing popularity of simulation theories reveal about contemporary life? Are any of the arguments for simulation theory compelling or are they just post-hoc ways of justifying what you already believe on faith? If we are living in a simulation, does that mean we can go around killing peop... (2022-May-24 • 103 minutes • @verybadwizards@peez@tamler)
podcast imageComputing the mind | Kenneth Cukier, Joanna Bryson, Peter Sjöstedt-Hughes
Kenneth Cukier, Joanna Bryson and Peter Sjöstedt-Hughes debate whether the brain is really a computer. (2022-May-24 • 34 minutes • @IAI_TV)
podcast imageRyan Preston-Roedder
I ask the philosopher Ryan Preston-Roedder five questions about himself. | | Ryan Preston-Roedder is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Occidental College. He is the author of “Faith in Humanity” (2013), “A Better World” (2014), and other essays in moral philosophy. (2022-May-24 • 25 minutes • @KieranSetiya)
podcast imageCarry These Around Like A Compass
Ryan talks about the vitality of remembering the four Stoic virtues, and launches the new 4 Virtues Pendant.The Four Virtues Pendant design, custom to Daily Stoic, was hand-sketched by Lewis Williams, an artist based in Brooklyn, NY. The mixed-metal pendants are handmade by Williams, who uses the ancient processes of carving into the wax and casting into brass and sterling silver and then sawing, engraving, hammering & soldering the metals with precision and care. Each pendant comes with a 24" ster... (2022-May-24 • 5 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageCicéron, c’est carré 2/3 : Cicéron, consolateur inconsolable
durée : 00:58:08 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Dans l'Antiquité, la consolation est un exercice de la raison, rhétorique, normé, un véritable genre littéraire qui lie les individus à travers des échanges de missives. Mais où se loge la sincérité dans cet exercice de style ? Quelles sont les limites de la consolation ? (2022-May-24 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageShould we legalize (part 1)....Recreational Drugs
In this episode, we begin a series (of 3 episodes) exploring the intersection of morality and public policy; generally of the form 'should X be made legal?'. We'll be exploring both the ethical arguments and some of the high level data around key policy decisions surrounding commonly banned substances and activities. A core introductory theme (and one that's consistently touched on through the series) is when and how a governing power should behave independent of morality, i.e. with a greater focus and inte... (2022-May-24 • 50 minutes • @MoralityofThe@AnthonyNCollias)
podcast imageAn Ode to Failure
Failure. It's the worst. Or is it? In the last decade, efforts to reframe failure have pushed it to the surface of popular culture. People like Richard Branson, Elon Musk, and Oprah Winfrey are all hawking failure as the secret to 21st-century success. Was Samuel Beckett right: fail again, fail better? *This episode originally aired on Dec. 15, 2021. (2022-May-23 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image#282 — Do You Really Have a Self?
A Conversation with Jay Garfield (2022-May-23 • 54 minutes • @SamHarrisOrg)
podcast imageCicéron, c’est carré 1/3 : Cicéron, comment agir moralement quand tout s'effondre ?
durée : 00:57:57 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Peut-on construire une morale qui laisse la place au doute et à l'erreur, Cicéron, qui vit et philosophe au coeur d'une époque en crise, a les réponses ! (2022-May-23 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast image#629 Robert Pennock - An Instinct for Truth: Curiosity and the Moral Character of Science
Dr. Robert Pennock is University Distinguished Professor at Michigan State University, where he is on the faculty of Lyman Briggs College, the Departments of Philosophy and Computer Science & Engineering, and the Ecology, Evolution and Behavior program. His research involves empirical and philosophical questions that relate to evolutionary biology, cognitive science, and the scientific character, such as the evolution of altruism, complexity, and intelligence. He is the author of books like An Instinct ... (2022-May-23 • 67 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageIt Doesn’t Matter What You Do, It Matters How You Do It | Practice True Joy
Ryan talks about the why the Stoics stress the importance of taking action, and reads this week’s meditation from The Daily Stoic Journal.If you want to become a great reader, the Stoics can help. We built out their best insights into ourRead to Lead: A Daily Stoic Reading Challenge. Since it first launched in 2019, Read to Lead has been our most popular challenge, taken on by almost ten thousand participants. Today, we’re excited to announce that, for the first time ever, registration to jointhe 2022 live ... (2022-May-23 • 9 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageEp. 170 - Could Consciousness Be an Illusion?? w/Dr. Keith Frankish
What is consciousness? Why is there a hard problem of explaining how consciousness relates to the physical brain? In this episode of the Parker's Pensées Podcast, Dr. Keith Frankish argues that consciousness is an illusion, a position known as illusionism. He further argues that the self, or the subject of the illusion could also be an illusion.    | Check out more from Dr. Frankish here: https://www.keithfrankish.com/ | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $3, $5 or more a mon... (2022-May-23 • 103 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageWas lockdown racist?
A talk given by Alex Broadbent (Durham) at the Moral Sciences Club on 17th May 2022. (2022-May-23 • 48 minutes • @CambridgePhilos)
podcast image198 | Nick Lane on Powering Biology
I talk with biochemist Nick Lane about the Krebs cycle, which helps distribute energy through our cells, and its connection to the origin of life. (2022-May-23 • 85 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast imageEpictetus Discourses - False Peace And Leisure As Ends - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the ancient Stoic philosopher Epictetus' work, the Discourses. It focuses specifically on his discussions about making peace or leisure the end of one's choices in ways that compromise other key values. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Epictet... (2022-May-23 • 11 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageEpictetus Discourses - Socrates As A Stoic Sage - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the ancient Stoic philosopher Epictetus' work, the Discourses. It focuses specifically on his discussions bearing on Socrates as a sage (i.e. wise person) and exemplar for Stoicism. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Epictetus' Discourses - amzn... (2022-May-23 • 10 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageEmpathy and Feeling the Emotions of Others
A talk given by Derek Matravers (Open University) at the Moral Sciences Club on 10th May 2022. (2022-May-23 • 46 minutes • @CambridgePhilos)
podcast imageEp. 294: Quine on Science vs. Epistemology (Part One)
On W.V.O. Quine's "Epistemology Naturalized" (1969). What justifies scientific theory? Not theory-free observations, as Quine shows us by considering how we figure out foreign languages. Instead of basing science on epistemology, Quine thought we need... (2022-May-23 • 48 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageAdoption and moral obligation
There are an estimated 16.2 million documented orphans worldwide. It’s a problem of crisis proportions, which makes it perhaps strange that so many of us consider adoption as more of a last resort than a first-order obligation – to be considered only if the path to having genetically-related children is blocked. This week we’re looking at the justifications for genetic preference in families, and asking how these justifications stack up against the moral duty to adopt. (2022-May-22 • 28 minutes • @DavidPZone)
podcast imageEpisode 107, ‘The Ethics of Art’ with Daisy Dixon (Part II - Further Analysis and Discussion)
Welcome to ‘Episode 107 (Part II of II)’, in which we’ll be discussing lies and censorship. (2022-May-22 • 37 minutes • @ThePanpsycast@_JackSymes@MrMarleyTeach)
podcast imageHoP 397 - Do As the Romans Did - French Humanism
We begin to look at philosophy in Renaissance France, beginning with humanists like Budé and the use of classical philosophy by poets du Bellay and Ronsard. (2022-May-22 • 23 minutes • @HistPhilosophy)
podcast imagePhilosophy vs. Improv #32: "On the Standard of [Bad] Taste" w/ Babette Babich
and recently edited the collection "" which Mark made use of for . So, more philosophically beefy than our typical PvI episode, and yet also live and hence unpredictable. Taste it! Mark philosophizes at . Bill improvises (and teaches) at . . to... (2022-May-22 • 55 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageThe Value of Truth | Simon Blackburn
Why is the truth important? Who decides what the truth is? Is there such a thing as objective, eternal truth, or is truth simply a matter of perspective, of linguistic or cultural vantage point?   | Simon's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Truth-Simon-Black... | Brain in a Vat bookshop (Shopify): https://smarturl.it/BrainShop | Brain in a Vat bookshop (Amazon): https://smarturl.it/BrainAmazonShop ... | Mark.Oppenheimer[at]gmail and Jwerbe[at]gmail (2022-May-22 • 69 minutes • @JasonWerbeloff)
podcast imageHow To Read Seneca (The World’s Most Interesting Stoic)
Seneca is one of the most fascinating Stoic figures. A famed writer, dramatist, politician and advisor, Seneca is one of the three key figures in the development of Stoicism. He not only wrote on philosophy but used it in the way it’s meant to be used: to handle and navigate through the upsides and downsides of fortune. And those he knew extremely well—varying from massive wealth to exile to handling with dignity the suicide order from his own pupil Nero.In this episode Ryan Holiday breaks down who Seneca w... (2022-May-22 • 28 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast image489: The Allure of Authoritarianism
More at www.philosophytalk.org/shows/allure-auth... George Orwell’s 1984, the party’s “final, most essential command” was “to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears.” Authoritarian regimes call on us to accept as fact whatever they tell us; or worse, as Hannah Arendt says, they get us to a point where we no longer know—or care about—the difference between fiction and reality. So why are so many so willing to reject the evidence of their senses and deny basic, confirmable truths? Is there something about ... (2022-May-22 • 11 minutes • @philtalkradio)
podcast imageLoupy D: Photographing 2Pac, Smoking Blunts w/ Biggie & Wu-Tang Clan, Ego Death | STM Podcast #132
On episode 132, we welcome former hip-hop journalist Loupy D to discuss his career in the music industry, his relationship with Notorious B.I.G. and being impressed with his character when they initially met, meeting and photographing 2Pac during the... (2022-May-22 • 69 minutes • @seize_podcast@EgoEndsNow@leonscafe31)
podcast image113: "We are reflective animals - which comes with responsibility" - Susana Monsó - Sentientism
Susana is an assistant professor based at the Department of Logic, History, and Philosophy of Science of UNED, working on animal ethics and the philosophy of animal minds. She holds a BA in Philosophy from Complutense University of Madrid, an MA in Global Ethics and Human Values from King’s College London and a PhD in Philosophy from UNED, Spain. She has been a post-doc fellow at the University of Graz and at the Messerli Research Institute in Vienna. Susana describes her research interest as focusing on “w... (2022-May-22 • 87 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast imagePREVIEW - Last Exit to Communism
Yes, folks, Jake's in the house and Will is in the Hamptons (???). Michael thinks it's winter, and Peter's super(calafragalisticexpialadoshus). More importantly—we're talking Zizek & Communism, the contemporary political deadlock, and why we need a third (red) pill. Enjoy! We read from Zizek's recent article "Last Exit to Communism" from https://www.philosophy-world-democracy.o... to zizekandsoon.com or patreon.com/zizekandsoon for the Žižek & So On Podcast New episodes every week — Join us on our Patreon ... (2022-May-22 • 6 minutes • @zizekand)
podcast imageMichel Foucault’s ”The Subject and Power”
In this episode, I cover Michel Foucault's essay, "The Subject and Power." If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphiloso... paypal.me/theoryphilosophy Twitter: @DavidGuignion IG: @theory_an... (2022-May-21 • 30 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageMichael Ian Black on Vulnerability, Becoming an Actor, and Raising Kids
Ryan talks to Michael Ian Black about how becoming a father forced him to face his emotionally cauterized state, how the theater became his escape from reality, our obligation as human beings to serve the common good, and more.Michael Ian Black is a multi-media talent who’s starred in numerous films and TV series, written and/or directed two films, is a prolific author and commentator, and regularly tours the country performing his ribald brand of jokes and observations. He most recently starred in TVLand&a... (2022-May-21 • 71 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageBuffalo Bull
Josh and M discuss the recent (at time of recording) racially-motivated mass shooting in the USA: the Buffalo Shooting of May 2022. — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] Why not ... (2022-May-21 • 68 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast imageRichard Dawkins, The Selfish Gene, Ch. 11 - Genes And Memes
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th-21st century evolutionary biologist and essayist Richard Dawkins' book The Selfish Gene. It focuses specifically on his discussion in chapter 11 focused on the analogies and relations between genes and memes To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 2000 philosophy v... (2022-May-21 • 13 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageThe Experience of Illness - Professor Havi Carel
The Experience of Illness - Professor Havi Carel discusses how a person changes when they become ill, if there is well being within illness and if people seem to be less accepting if an illness is not visible. (2022-May-21 • @radphilosophy)
podcast imageRichard Dawkins, The Selfish Gene, Ch. 11 - The Notion Of A Meme
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th-21st century evolutionary biologist and essayist Richard Dawkins' book The Selfish Gene. It focuses specifically on his discussion in chapter 11 focused on what a "meme" is as a unit of cultural transmission, replication, and evolution. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You ca... (2022-May-20 • 17 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageEpisode 122 - Letter to Herodotus 11 - What it Means to "Exist" - Properties and Qualities
Welcome to Episode One Hundred Twenty Two of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world. I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. We encourage you to study Epicurus for yourself, and we sugg... (2022-May-20 • 47 minutes • @NewEpicurean)
podcast imageMutual Guardianship and Hospitality with Tamara Albertini
A Moral Obligation (2022-May-20 • 79 minutes • @RIPhilo)
podcast imageEdward Yong: The Art of Science Journalism
Early on in his coverage of COVID, journalist Ed Yong realized it was more than just a science story — it was an omni-crisis. His journalism focuses on exposing the cracks in society exacerbated by the pandemic. He delivered this lecture as part of the Lind Initiative Future of the Media series at the University of British Columbia in April 2022. (2022-May-20 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image0G186: Beforeigners and Transtemporalism Pt.2
They don't cover it in the show, but what happens with folks who genuinely feel they were meant to be born in the future. I identify as a member of the Culture society even if we're not there yet. Can I do that, please? Content: Editing by Luisa... (2022-May-20 • 64 minutes • @0gPhilosophy)
podcast imageMusical Theater
The HBS hosts chat with actor, dancer, and choreographer Blake Zolfo about what makes musical theater so unique.What could possibly make musical theater important or relevant to three philosophers? We all love musicals! The affective appeal of musical theater is clear, even though there are those (philistines?) who do not find it enjoyable. Although Hegel, in his Lectures on the Philosophy of Fine Art claims that opera puts text in the service of music, he also recognizes that the libretto of opera is the s... (2022-May-20 • 62 minutes • @hotelbarpodcast@DrLeighMJohnson@c_fpeterson@rickleephilos)
podcast imageEpisode 49: Christopher Beha on Lucky Per
In this episode, I speak with the writer, editor, and critic, Christopher Beha, about the Danish bildungsroman by Henrik Pontoppidan, Lucky Per. We focus on Per’s struggle to escape from those aspects of his life that are not chosen—family, religion, place—his quest to understand himself, to love other people, and to live a life that is truly happy and free. Along the way, we discuss reviews of the novel by James Wood and Morten Hoi Jensen, and we give our own diagnosis of why Per fails to be either happy ... (2022-May-20 • 102 minutes • @eudaimoniapod@jennfrey)
podcast imageCours particulier 35/35 : Caroline Champetier : "Mon métier, c'est de faire que d'un visage émane de la lumière"
durée : 00:59:14 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Comment écrire cinématographiquement en lumière ? Comment travailler le contraste ? Que nous fait la lumière ? Est-elle l'essence même du monde ? Rencontre avec Caroline Champetier, directrice de la photographie. - invités : Caroline Champetier Directrice de la photographie (2022-May-20 • 59 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast image#36: What if it doesn't need to be so hard?
Are you one of those people who thinks that if a thing's worth doing, it's worth doing painfully? Who feels like they must be doing something wrong if it feels too effortless? Me too, friend. There are good reasons why you feel like progress needs to be difficult - but that doesn't mean you're right. Find out how to dial down your anxiety so you can work more peacefully on the stuff you care about.‘How To Achieve Your Goals Effortlessly’: interview with Greg McKeown on Dr Rangan Chatterj... (2022-May-20 • 21 minutes • @AcademicImp@rebecca_roache)
podcast image#628 Branko Milanović: Capitalism, and Global Inequality
Dr. Branko Milanović is Presidential Professor at the Graduate Center and a senior fellow at the Stone Center on Socio-Economic Inequality at The City University of New York (CUNY). Dr. Milanović’s main area of work is income inequality, in individual countries and globally, as well as historically, among pre-industrial societies, and even inequality in soccer. His books include “The Haves and the Have-nots: A Brief and Idiosyncratic History of Global Inequality”, “Global Inequality: A New Approach for the ... (2022-May-20 • 58 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageJessica M. Wilson, "Metaphysical Emergence" (Oxford UP, 2021)
Is a tree nothing but its material makeup, or does reality include trees above and beyond what they are made of? How about consciousness – nothing but neural activity, or something over and above it? Metaphysical emergence is a leading nonreductive theory of how we can be committed to a fully material world without accepting that everything reduces to fundamental physics. In Metaphysical Emergence (OUP 2021), Jessica Wilson synthesizes scholarship on the idea of emergence and divides the existing proposals ... (2022-May-20 • 69 minutes • @NewBooksPhil)
podcast imageComment réparer les violations ?
durée : 00:05:43 - Le Pourquoi du comment : philo - par : Frédéric Worms - Toute violence est-elle réparable ? (2022-May-19 • 6 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEV - 241 Persisting White supremacy in movement secularism with Mandisa Thomas
My guest this week is Mandisa Thomas (@mandy0904), founder and president of Black Nonbelievers. We discuss her recent American Atheist convention talk and the backlash it received. Black Nonbelievers: https://blacknonbelievers.org/ Convocat... Audre Lorde Music by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosophy.libsyn.com/ Filmed Live Musicals Pod: https://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/thepo... us at Patreon.com/EmbraceTheVoid If you enjoy the show, please Like and Review us on yo... (2022-May-19 • 67 minutes • @ETVPod)
podcast imageSPECIAL EPISODE: Moral Experts
This episode is a companion to the recent moral experts roundtable article in Quillette. Oliver Traldi rejoins Spencer, along with first-time guests Bo Winegard and Geoffrey Miller, to discuss the philosophical and social problems of moral expertise. Over the course of the episode, they touch on the concept of expertise, the moral realism/anti-realism debate, and the extent to which values do (and should) influence scientific research. (2022-May-19 • 111 minutes • @ADigressions@SpencerJayCase)
podcast imagePhilosopher avec François Truffaut 8/8 : Jules, Jim, François et Christophe Honoré
durée : 00:59:14 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Pour Christophe Honoré, Truffaut est la figure même du cinéaste. Il le découvre à l'adolescence par la lecture de sa correspondance, puis il est ébloui par "Jules et Jim". Quelles visions de l'amour et de la façon de le filmer partagent-ils ? - invités : Christophe Honoré Ecrivain, scénariste, critique et réalisateur de cinéma (2022-May-19 • 59 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imagePeter Singer on Consequentialism
Peter Singer is probably the most famous living philosopher. He recently won the million-dollar Berggruen Prize and promptly gave all that money to charity. His positions on this, on animals, poverty, altruism, and much else besides are underpinned by his consequentialism. Here, in conversation with Nigel Warburton he explains his consequentialism and its implications. (2022-May-19 • 22 minutes • @philosophybites@DavidEdmonds100)
podcast imageA Reason To Stick Around | Learn, Practice, Train
Ryan talks about the Stoics view on suicide, and reads The Daily Stoic’s entry of the day.If you or someone you know is in a mental health crisis and you live in the USA, please call 1-800-273-8255 to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline today. You can also text 741741 for help in a crisis.KiwiCo is a subscription service that delivers everything your kids will need to make, create and play. Get 50% off your first month plus FREE shipping on ANY crate line with code STOIC at kiwico.com.Sign up for... (2022-May-19 • 12 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageRichard Dawkins, The Selfish Gene, Ch. 11 - Darwinism And Cultural Transmission
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th-21st century evolutionary biologist and essayist Richard Dawkins' book The Selfish Gene. It focuses specifically on his discussion in chapter 11 focused on the importance of culture for human beings, and how cultural transmission and evolution takes place To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.co... (2022-May-19 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast image101: Economics Without Ethics?
This episode of the egg timer takes a look at the possibility of offering a comprehensive economic view without an ethical foundation.  Those prospects are not good. | Image Attribution: By Foto: Jonn Leffmann, CC BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.ph... | Send your comments, questions, and ideas for future episodes to: [email protected] (2022-May-19 • 12 minutes • @MillikinU)
podcast imageBody Language | Olivia Laing: Visions of the Free Body
Writer Olivia Laing reflects on the fight for bodily freedom, through polarizing figures such as psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich and feminist Andrea Dworkin, in this conversation based on her book, Everybody. *This episode originally aired on Sept. 23, 2021 as part of our series, Body Language. (2022-May-19 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageHow do you solve a problem like housing affordability?
There is an inescapable conflict that any policy meant to address housing affordability must contend with: in order to make home-ownership more achievable for some, the value of houses must decrease — thereby offending the way we have been urged to see houses as an instrument of financial accumulation. Professor Victoria Ong ViforJ joins The Minefield to discuss whether there is a solution. (2022-May-19 • 64 minutes • @RadioNational)
podcast image#627 Tanya Luhrmann - How God Becomes Real: Kindling the Presence of Invisible Others
Dr. Tanya Marie Luhrmann is the Albert Ray Lang Professor in the Stanford Anthropology Department. She is a medical and psychological anthropologist, and also an anthropologist of religion. More recently she describes her work as an anthropology of mind. Her books include How God Becomes Real: Kindling the Presence of Invisible Others. | In this episode, we focus on How God Becomes Real. We cover the main hypotheses put forth in the book: people don’t easily have faith in gods and spirits; detailed stories ... (2022-May-19 • 54 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast image“The Next 500 Years: Engineering Life to Reach New Worlds” with Professor Christopher Mason
We are the only known species that understands species go extinct. We also understand that climate calamity, apocalyptic war, or the demise of the sun in a few billion years will all inevitably bring life on Earth to an end. So it is extremely important we do whatever we can to avoid extinction. We have a moral obligation to prevent extinction, and we have a responsibility to act as life-form shepherds—not just for our species, but for all species on which we rely, as well as those yet to come. This may in... (2022-May-19 • 43 minutes • @BTG_ie)
podcast imagePourquoi a-t-on oublié "La violence et le sacré" de René Girard ?
durée : 00:05:41 - Le Pourquoi du comment : philo - par : Frédéric Worms - La violence est le refoulé constant de notre société, alors que toute société est travaillée par une force violente interne. (2022-May-18 • 6 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageWill the James Webb Space Telescope Reveal Another Earth?
The space telescope is one of the most ambitious scientific projects ever undertaken. Marcia Rieke and Nikole Lewis, two of the scientists leading JWST investigations, talk to Steven Strogatz about how it may transform our understanding of the universe. The post Will the James Webb Space Telescope Reveal Another Earth? first appeared on Quanta Magazine (2022-May-18 • 50 minutes • @QuantaMagazine@stevenstrogatz)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, City Of God Book 19 - Peace As Universally Desired - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The City of God. It focuses specifically on his discussion in book 19 focused on a universal desire for peace in living beings, specifically among human beings. Augustine views peace as one dimension of the supreme good or final end for human beings, and even the deficient, imperfect, corrupt modes of peace that human beings do desire are in some respect good. To support my ongoing work, go to ... (2022-May-18 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imagePhilosopher avec François Truffaut 7/8 : L’Homme qui aimait les femmes
durée : 00:58:45 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - En 1976, François Truffaut tourne "L’Homme qui aimait les femmes". Charles Denner y incarne un homme passionné par les femmes, comme l'était Truffaut lui-même. Est-il devenu cinéaste pour percer le mystère féminin ? Peut-on voir le film comme un témoignage sur les relations homme-femme à l'époque ? - invités : Eric Neuhoff journaliste au Figaro, critique au Masque et la plume sur France Inter, écrivain (2022-May-18 • 59 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEpisode 123: Off-Week Patreon Bonus: On Modern Miracles
A free Patreon episode exploring more of the affordances of a spiral universe. (2022-May-18 • 40 minutes • @weirdstudies@JF_Martel)
podcast imageRich Cohen on the Keys to Negotiation | This Is How To Respond to Everything
Ryan reads today’s daily meditation and talks to author RIch Cohen about his new book The Adventures of Herbie Cohen: World's Greatest Negotiator, how to be a great negotiator, his fathers legacy, and more.Rich Cohen is the author of several New York Times bestsellers, including The Chicago Cubs: Story of a Curse and Monsters: The 1985 Chicago Bears and the Wild Heart of Football. Rich is also the author of a book we carry here in the store, Pee Wees: Confessions of a Hockey Parent, where he chronicles... (2022-May-18 • 76 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageEpisode 170: World Tour of Philosophy: France
This week join Mike and Danny as they unlimber their accordions, put on their berets and pour themselves a large glass of Calvados. Yes, we have made it to France and you can feel the angst literally rolling out of every cafe, bar and literary salon along the banks of the Seine. This, my friends, is where the merde gets real and philosophy is found on the very street corners of life. Not for the French the comfortable abstraction of philosophical reflection sequestered within the dreaming spires of some uni... (2022-May-18 • 15 minutes • @PhilosophyWtf)
podcast imageInterview: Joshua Parens on Leo Strauss on Natural Law
This week, the guys attended a panel where they interviewed Joshua Parens on the peculiar nature of Strauss' views on natural law and the philosopher. The group analyzes Strauss' wisdom-filled writings. (2022-May-18 • 82 minutes • @thenewthinkery@alexpriou@GregMcBrayer3@Tempest1610)
podcast imageTyler and Daniel Gross Talk Talent
Plus, the user guide to working with Tyler. (2022-May-18 • 49 minutes • @tylercowen)
podcast imageBody Language | The Problem of Too Much Body
Fat acceptance — the idea that bodies come in all sizes and all bodies have equal value and deserve equal treatment. But socially, we remain deeply invested in diet and weight loss culture. Is it possible to get to a place where body size no longer matters? *This episode originally aired on Sept. 22, 2021 and is part of our Body Language series. (2022-May-18 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageBody Language | Beyond Ugly: A documentary
For thousands of years, disability, disfigurement, or ugliness have been connected to evil. From the ancient world to modern time this unsettling concept has survived the cultural narrative. As part of our series Body Language, this documentary explores the root of ugliness and unpacks the legacy that harms people today. *This episode originally aired on Sept. 21, 2021. (2022-May-17 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageEp. 169 - The Unity of Consciousness Arg. Against Physicalism w/Dr. William Hasker
How can we know that we are more than our physical bodies? Dr. William Hasker Joins me on this episode of the Parker's Pensées Podcast to go over his unity of consciousness argument against physicalist theories of mind. | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $3, $5 or more a month. Any amount helps, and for $5 you get a Parker's Pensées sticker and instant access to all the episode as I record them instead of waiting for their release date. Check it out here: | Patreon: https://www.patre... (2022-May-17 • 73 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageUrsula Coope
I ask the philosopher Ursula Coope five questions about herself. | | Ursula Coope is Professor of Ancient Philosophy at the University of Oxford. She is the author of “Time for Aristotle” (2005) and “Freedom and Responsibility in Neoplatonist Thought” (2020). (2022-May-17 • 25 minutes • @KieranSetiya)
podcast imagePourquoi parle-t-on de légitime défense ?
durée : 00:05:23 - Le Pourquoi du comment : philo - par : Frédéric Worms - La légitime défense, cette défense exceptionnelle, cette violence autorisée au-delà de la loi, qu'on peut et qu'on doit utiliser en réponse à un acte qui vient lui-même transgresser la loi. (2022-May-17 • 5 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageWhen science meets philosophy | Philip Goff, Julian Baggini, Peter Atkins, Güneş Taylor
Julian Baggini, Philip Goff, Peter Atkins and Güneş Taylor discuss whether science has rendered philosophy redundant. (2022-May-17 • 45 minutes • @IAI_TV)
podcast imageEp. 31 Philosophy as a Way of Life, Part 1
Critical of philosophy as a discipline too focused on abstract theory, French philosopher Pierre Hadot posits that ancient philosophy is meant to be an aid to living well. In this episode we unpack his essay Spiritual Exercises from his book Philosophy as a way of life. In the following episode, we will provide commentary and analysis. Open Door Philosophy on Twitter @d_parsonage or @opendoorphil Open Door Philosophy on Instagram @opendoorphilosophy Open Door Philosophy website at opendoorphilosophy.com Con... (2022-May-17 • 64 minutes • @opendoorphil@d_parsonage)
podcast imagePhilosopher avec François Truffaut 6/8 : La Nuit américaine : "Les films sont comme des trains dans la nuit"
durée : 00:58:45 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - En 1973 sort sur les écrans de cinéma "La Nuit américaine". François Truffaut y met en scène le tournage d’un film, sa vie, ses incidents, ses coulisses. En abyme, que dit-il de son rapport au cinéma ? Quelle vérité recherche-t-il ? Les films sont-ils plus importants que la vie ? - invités : Hélène Frappat écrivaine, traductrice et critique de cinéma (2022-May-17 • 59 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imagePhilosopher avec François Truffaut 5/8 : Cycle Antoine Doinel, la naissance d'un cinéaste
durée : 00:58:45 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - De 1959 à 1979, au travers de cinq films, François Truffaut filme le personnage d'Antoine Doinel (incarné par Jean-Pierre Léaud) de ses 14 ans jusqu'à la trentaine. Il rencontre des femmes, il aime, il vieillit... Serait-il le double cinématographique de Truffaut ? - invités : Arnaud Guigue philosophe, spécialiste de François Truffaut (2022-May-16 • 59 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageAgainst Legalizing Female 'Circumcision' of Minors
In this St Cross Special Ethics Seminar, Dr Brian Earp argues that all medically unnecessary genital cutting of non-consenting persons should be opposed on moral and legal grounds. Defenders of male circumcision increasingly argue that female ‘circumcision’ (ritual cutting of the clitoral hood or labia) should be legally allowed in Western liberal democracies even when non-consensual. In a recent article, Richard Shweder (2021) gives perhaps the most persuasive articulation of this argument to have so far a... (2022-May-16 • 68 minutes • @ethicsinthenews)
podcast imageEpisode 40: Moral Luck and Transformative Experiences with Marcela Herdova
In this episode, we talk with Marcela Herdova about moral luck and transformative experiences—the kind of experiences that fundamentally change who we are. Marcela's website: https://marcelaherdova.com/Marcela'... paper, "Transformative Moral Luck": https://www.pdcnet.org/msp/content/msp_2... https://twitter.com/thefreewillshowInsta... https://www.instagram.com/thefreewillsho... https://www.facebook.com/The-Free-Will-S... (2022-May-16 • 43 minutes • @thefreewillshow@taylorwcyr@MatthewFlummer)
podcast image09/05/22: Mazviita Chirimuuta on Disjunctivism and Cartesian Idealisation
In this paper I give answers to two apparently unrelated questions and aim to convince you that these different concerns are, in fact, intertwined. The first question is, why is dualism so tenacious? The second is, what is really at issue in the debate between Burge and McDowell? Regarding the first question, various contemporary philosophers have cast Descartes as the originator of a pernicious idea about the radical difference between mind and body, an idea with weed-like tenacity, that many have attempte... (2022-May-16 • 46 minutes • @Aristotweets)
podcast image38 | Liberal Democracy in Crisis: Carl Schmitt and the Present
In this episode, we discuss the infamous Nazi jurist and political philosopher Carl Schmitt, with particular focus on his 1923 book The Crisis of Parliamentary Democracy. We attempt to better understand the right-wing, Schmittian case against both liberal ‘parliamentarianism’ and ‘Marxist socialism’, while trying to discern his positive political vision. Doing so requires assessing his paradoxical claim that democracy and dictatorship are perfectly compatible, and that dictatorship is good, actually. We end... (2022-May-16 • 60 minutes • @leftofphil@gdmorejon@whitherutopia@oglynwil@classreductress)
podcast image112: "Ought flows from sentience" - neuropsychologist & "Hidden Spring" author Mark Solms
Mark is a psychoanalyst and neuropsychologist, best known for his discovery of the brain mechanisms of dreaming and his use of psychoanalytic methods in contemporary neuroscience. He holds the Chair of Neuropsychology at the University of Cape Town and Groote Schuur Hospital and is the President of the South African Psychoanalytical Association. He is also Research Chair of the International Psychoanalytical Association. Mark has received numerous awards, notably Honorary Membership of the New York Psychoan... (2022-May-16 • 99 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast imageComment surgit la violence ?
durée : 00:05:27 - Le Pourquoi du comment : philo - par : Frédéric Worms - La violence, de l'indignation à l'explication. (2022-May-16 • 5 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast image(More) Conspiracy Theories in Fiction
Josh and M return once more to the well that is conspiracy theories in fiction. There are a lot of spoilers to that show you probably watched an episode of. You know the one. It ran, what? A season? You probably only saw it on late night TV. Indeed, it r... (2022-May-16 • 66 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast imageBody Language | Face to Face in an Uncertain World
Philosopher Emmanuel Levinas believed the face-to-face encounter was the beginning of our ethical obligation to each other. In our series Body Language, IDEAS considers the changing meaning of the face during COVID and imagines new ethical relationships for an uncertain time. *This episode originally aired on Sept. 6, 2021. (2022-May-16 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageHow To Change The World | Count Your Blessings
Ryan talks about the importance of constantly learning that which you do not yet know, and reads this week’s meditation from The Daily Stoic Journal.If you want to become a great reader, the Stoics can help. We built out their best insights into ourRead to Lead: A Daily Stoic Reading Challenge. Since it first launched in 2019, Read to Lead has been our most popular challenge, taken on by almost ten thousand participants. Today, we’re excited to announce that, for the first time ever, registration to jointhe... (2022-May-16 • 10 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast image#626 Tanisha Fazal - Wars of Law: Unintended Consequences in the Regulation of Armed Conflict
Dr. Tanisha Fazal is a Professor of Political Science at the University of Minnesota. Her research and teaching focus on sovereignty, international law, medical care in conflict zones, and armed conflict. From 2021–2023, she is also an Andrew Carnegie Fellow. She is the author of State Death: The Politics and Geography of Conquest, Occupation, and Annexation; and Wars of Law: Unintended Consequences in the Regulation of Armed Conflict. | In this episode, we focus on Wars of Law. We talk about the history of... (2022-May-16 • 56 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imagePREMIUM-Ep. 293: Donna Haraway on Feminist Science (Part Two)
Continuing on "Situated Knowledges" and other essays with guest Lynda Olman. We try to get at the practical import of Olman's scheme and get further into her use of metaphors and what those mean for her critical stance. If you're not hearing , sign up... (2022-May-16 • 11 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, City Of God Book 19 - The Four Circles Of Relationship - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The City of God. It focuses specifically on his discussion in book 19 arguing that we do not find any lasting peace or happiness in this life. In the course of this discussion, he sets out four concentric circles of relationships that we human being can have. The first of these is most intimate, and includes the family or household, and our friendships. The second of these is our political or ... (2022-May-16 • 15 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast image197 | Catherine Brinkley on the Science of Cities
I talk with Catherine Brinkley about the structure and growth of cities, and how humans life in them. (2022-May-16 • 68 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, City Of God Book 19 - Why Virtues Are Not The Supreme Good
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The City of God. It focuses specifically on his discussion in book 19 bearing on whether the virtues - prudence, justice, courage, and temperance - are the supreme good for human beings or whether they are instead something that can lead us towards the supreme good and happiness. In examining this, Augustine is criticizing ancient pagan virtue ethics, in particular those of the Stoics, but al... (2022-May-15 • 12 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageIdentity politics
Identity politics is grounded in the appeal to a stable, unified self and the authority of testimony. But this week we’re asking whether that foundation is solid, and if deconstructing it might allow for a more flexible approach to social justice. (2022-May-15 • 28 minutes • @DavidPZone)
podcast image8 Lessons From Epictetus (To Live A Stoic Life)
Born a slave, Epictetus spent the first 30 years of his life in chains.Epictetus never actually wrote anything down. It is through his student Arrian that we have a written account of his lessons. And if everyone from Emperors to war heros have been grateful as they found guidance, solace and strength in Epictetus’ lessons, then there must be something for us. But only if we choose to.Learn more about Epictetus: https://dailystoic.com/Epictetus/ The Jordan Harbinger Show is one of the most interesting podca... (2022-May-15 • 14 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast image482: J.S. Mill and the Good Life
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/mil... Stuart Mill was one of the most important British philosophers of the 19th century. As a liberal, he thought that individuals are generally the best judges of their own welfare. But Mill was also a utilitarian who thought that there were objectively lower and higher pleasures and that the good life was one which maximized higher pleasures. So is there a way to reconcile Mill’s liberal project with his utilitarianism? Is the good life for Mill one in which ... (2022-May-15 • 12 minutes • @philtalkradio)
podcast imageDaniel Bergner: Mental Illness to Mental Health: Psychotropics & Their Limitations| STM Podcast #131
On episode 131, we welcome Daniel Bergner to discuss his new book ‘The Mind and the Moon’; the history of psychotropic medications and their limitations; the neurological underpinnings of mental illness; psychotic disorders and the hearing voices... (2022-May-15 • 59 minutes • @seize_podcast@EgoEndsNow@leonscafe31)
podcast imageWhat Makes A Villain? Analyzing Black Panther's Killmonger
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with Communications Professor, Dr. Darius Benton (University of Houston-Downtown). What makes a hero? A villain? Dr. Benton breaks down the lessons and moral complexities in the film Black Panther.... (2022-May-15 • 48 minutes • @InTheDetailsPod@GDolske@SaloRudy)
podcast imageSimone Weil: Interview with Nic Bommarito
In this episode, Olivia Branscum speaks with Nic Bommarito, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Simon Fraser University. We discuss the French philosopher Simone Weil (1909-1943), focusing especially on what she has to teach us about the moral value of ... (2022-May-15 • 47 minutes • @olivbransc)
podcast image053 - Do We Have Free Will? Reason and Evolution Suggest "Yes" (with Qualifications)
A question for the ages - are we free?A recent survey of over 1,700 philosophers worldwide found that over 50% hold a compatibilist view, that both determinism and free will co-exist. Hegel was a champion of freedom and made it the cornerstone of his philosophy. He also recognized that much of our lives are also pre-determined. In this episode I will argue that free-will occurs in the present moment, where we have some degree of freedom to choose between alternative paths that we can envision. Only hu... (2022-May-15 • 27 minutes • @CunningofGeist)
podcast imageThe Creative Life | Theresa Hardman
What is creativity and how does it work? Is all creativity valuable? What are the pre-conditions for creativity, and how should Jason overcome his writer's block? (2022-May-15 • 45 minutes • @JasonWerbeloff)
podcast imageHAP 100 - Chike Jeffers on the Early Twentieth Century
Chike joins Peter to look back at our coverage of Africana philosophy in the first half of the 20th century. (2022-May-15 • 50 minutes • @HistPhilosophy@ChikeJeffers)
podcast imageS3 E8: Cathay Liu
In this episode, I talk with Cathay Liu, Senior Lecturer at the National University of Singapore, about philosophical systems and both Indian and European philosophy in the 17th century. | Further Resources | Rene Descartes https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/desca... | The Tarkasamgraha at https://archive.org/details/tarka-samgra... | How to Think Like a Nyāya Philosopher, Annambhatta's Primer on Reasoning (Part 1 of 4) | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L14Q87r2... | The Craft of Research https://press.uchi... (2022-May-15 • 15 minutes • @cmalcolmkeating)
podcast imageDr. Nicole Charles’ ”Suspicion” (An Interview)
This week, I'm joined by Dr. Nicole Charles to discuss her book, "Suspicion: Vaccines, Hesitancy, and the Affective Politics of Protection in Barbados." Please consider buying it here: https://www.dukeupress.edu/suspicion I do not profit from sales of t... (2022-May-14 • 46 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageHamlet
Ryan and Todd address the history of psychoanalytic interpretations of Shakespeare's Hamlet, devoting time to both Freud and Lacan's reading. They then delve into the play as a work of modernity, seeing in it the modern project that attempts to reject the authority of tradition and of the father. Ryan's article on seriality and binge mentioned in the episode is located here: https://ir.canterbury.ac.nz/bitstream/ha... (2022-May-14 • 92 minutes • @UVMcas)
podcast imageLesbian Separatism Part 2 - Amber-Lia Van Aurich
Lesbian Separatism Part 2 - Amber-Lia Van Aurich discusses the limitations, ethics and theoretical framework as well as the research design used for her study, and also the positives of lesbian separatism. (2022-May-14 • @radphilosophy)
podcast imageAJ Jacobs on the Enduring Power of Puzzles and Memento Mori
Ryan talks to A.J. Jacobs about his new book The Puzzler: One Man's Quest to Solve the Most Baffling Puzzles Ever, from Crosswords to Jigsaws to the Meaning of Life, the enduring power of puzzles, the Stoic concept of Memento Mori, and more.A.J. Jacobs is an American journalist, author, and lecturer best known for writing about his lifestyle experiments. He is a self-proclaimed “human guinea pig” and avid nightly crossworder. He has written four New York Times bestsellers that combine memoir, science, ... (2022-May-14 • 69 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, City Of God Book 19 - The Supreme Good And The Present Life
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The City of God. It focuses specifically on his discussion in book 19 focused on the present life's prospects for human happiness and enjoying the supreme good or final end for human beings. As rational beings, our nature and our desires cannot be entirely fulfilled by the things and goods of this life. Augustine examines this matter in terms of the vulnerability of the body and the soul, the s... (2022-May-14 • 12 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imagePhilosophy In Film - 055 - The Power of the Dog
The Power of the Dog: Wokeism (2022-May-14 • 97 minutes • @PhilInFilm)
podcast imageEpisode 121 - Letter to Herodotus 10 - Atoms and The Soul
Welcome to Episode One Hundred Twenty One of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world. I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. We encourage you to study Epicurus for yourself, and we sugg... (2022-May-14 • 66 minutes • @NewEpicurean)
podcast imageThe Ethics of Anger and Shame with Owen Flanagan
We live in an age of anger and shameless disregard for what is true and good. What can we learn from other cultures about better ways to do anger and shame? How can we develop better norms for being angry at the right things, in the right way, at the right times? How can we inculcate norms for proper shame at callous disregard for what is true and good? Flanagan argues that attention to how other cultures do anger and shame provides tools to enlarge our moral imagination.Owen Flanagan is the James B Du... (2022-May-13 • 70 minutes • @RIPhilo)
podcast image#625 Francesca Luberti: The Relationship Between Mating Strategies and Socio-political Orientation
Dr. Francesca Luberti has recently completed a PhD at the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences (BEES), UNSW Sydney. She is now doing a postdoc in the Social Neuroendocrinology Lab at Nipissing University in Canada. Dr. Luberti does research in Evolutionary Psychology, Evolutionary Biology, Social Psychology, and Biological Anthropology. | In this episode, we talk about the relationship between mating strategies and socio-political orientation, and laughter. We start be defining mating stra... (2022-May-13 • 58 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageEp. 168 - The Most Fascinating Puzzles in the Philosophy of Mathematics w/Dr. Mark Colyvan
What are numbers? Are the real entities out there in the world? In some other realm? Should we be Platonists about numbers? How can abstract mathematics be so applicable to our everyday existence? These are some of the questions Dr. Mark Colyvan and I discuss in this episode of the Parker's Pensées Podcast.   Find more of Mark's work here: http://www.colyvan.com/ | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $3, $5 or more a month. Any amount helps, and for $5 you get a Parker's Pensé... (2022-May-13 • 94 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast image86 - Machine Learning and Ethics: The Toronto Declaration Pt. 2
In this episode, we continue to discuss some of the ethical problems surrounding machine learning technologies, and particular concerns about their discriminatory uses. We use the Toronto Declaration, which applies a human rights framework to machine learning as our starting point. Toby Napoletano, Michael Hughes (2022-May-13 • 74 minutes • @TheBadlandsPod)
podcast image28. John Sellars on Epicureanism
Rob and Massimo talk to John Sellars, author of The Pocket Epicurean, about what modern audiences may find appealing about the Epicurean approach to life, and how it differs from other Greco-Roman philosophies, particularly Stoicism. (2022-May-13 • 58 minutes • @CityCollegeNY)
podcast imagePerfectionism: A Medieval and Modern Malady
The quest for perfection has become a modern malady, correlating to increased rates of depression and anxiety. But according to scholar Irina Dumitrescu, there's a connection between medieval ideas and contemporary experiences, whether motherhood, body image or social status. (2022-May-13 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image"The Joy of Science" with Professor Jim Al-Khalili
Can living scientifically empower us to navigate the complexities of today’s complex and unpredictable world? Can the joy of critical thinking and the effectiveness of the scientific method assist us in making better decisions? Can living a more rational life help us navigate modern life more confidently? In his new book “The Joy of Science” acclaimed physicist Jim Al-Khalili invites readers to engage with the world as scientists have been trained to do. He shows how the fundamental principles at the heart ... (2022-May-13 • 43 minutes • @BTG_ie)
podcast imageNational Identity
The HBS hosts wrestle with Fukuyama's "Why National Identity Is Matters." In this episode, we will focus on questions of national identity. In the U.S., the contemporary political moment is riven with competing ideas of what the United States is or are. These ideas are based in various ways of knowing including ideological, political, racial, and generational. Using Francis Fukuyama’s essay “Why National Identity Matters” we will explore fundamental questions regarding the origins of national identity, its... (2022-May-13 • 62 minutes • @hotelbarpodcast@DrLeighMJohnson@c_fpeterson@rickleephilos)
podcast image111: "The basis of all value is sentience" - Steve Sapontzis Take #2 - Sentientism
Steve is a philosopher and professor emeritus of philosophy at California State University, East Bay who specializes in animal ethics, environmental ethics and meta-ethics. He was co-founder in 1985 of the journal Between the Species: A Journal of Ethics and served as its initial co-editor. Steve was a member of the board of the American Philosophical Quarterly (1991–1994). In 1983, Steve founded, with his wife Jeanne, the Hayward Friends of Animals Humane Society. They now operate Second Chance, Helping th... (2022-May-13 • 83 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast imageAugustine Of Hippo, City Of God Book 19 - Philosophical Sects And The Supreme Good
This lecture discusses key ideas from the early medieval philosopher and theologian, Augustine of Hippo's work, The City of God. It focuses specifically on his discussion at the beginning of book 19, setting out a vast number of philosophical "sects", based on a variety of distinctions. This classification is taken from Marcus Varro's now-lost work, De Philosophia, and has to do with what each sect thinks human beings desire, how they vide virtue, whether they adopt stances from Academic skepticism or Cyn... (2022-May-13 • 12 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast image63. It Follows (w/ Alison Willmore)
Not to be downers, but, everything alive must die. This is something the kids from David Robert Mitchell's devastating horror film must come to terms with, as they are stalked by a demonic entity that, no matter where they are, is constantly walking towards them. We sit down with Alison Willmore (Vulture / New York Magazine) to discuss how the film works as an allegory for social class, capitalism, personal trauma, sexual politics, and manages to channel both existential dread and the experience of a panic ... (2022-May-13 • 70 minutes • @cowspod@juskhoo)
podcast imageCours particulier 34/35 : Mathilde Laurent, parfumeur : "Quand on ne sent plus, on ne vit plus vraiment"
durée : 00:59:46 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - La créatrice de parfum, également appelée “nez”, apparaît comme une experte de l’odeur. Mais n’est-elle réductible qu’à un organe, le nez ? Où se situe la création de parfums entre art, science et industrie cosmétique ? Est-ce une poétique de l’olfaction ? Rencontre avec Mathilde Laurent. - invités : Mathilde Laurent Créatrice de parfums chez Cartier (2022-May-13 • 60 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageShannon M. Mussett, "Entropic Philosophy: Chaos, Breakdown, and Creation" (Rowman & Littlefield, 2022)
Everything is breaking down. Chaos is increasing. Entropy is not just a metaphor, although it also that. In Entropic Philosophy: Chaos, Breakdown, and Creation (Rowman and Littlefield, 2022), Shannon M. Mussett argues that while denial and nihilism are common and world-shaping responses to entropy, they are not our only options. By revaluing order and stability, chaos and decay, we can turn to entropy with care and see the possibilities for creation in destruction. Mussett makes these arguments attentive to... (2022-May-13 • 57 minutes • @NewBooksPhil)
podcast image0G185: Beforeigners and Immigration Pt.1
Okay, imagine if we had to care about people who weren't born at the right time, within the right borders, or to someone who was? Out of this world enough for you? Great, lets do this cue, the HBO intro. Content: Editing by Luisa Lyons, check... (2022-May-13 • 64 minutes • @0gPhilosophy)
podcast imageIs it ethical to be ambivalent?
We live in a time when “hot” emotions prevail. It could be that an alternative sentiment, in some ethically complex circumstances, is ambivalence — which is to say, a willingness to withhold judgment, to linger in the interval between two options. (2022-May-12 • 54 minutes • @RadioNational)
podcast imageAMA | May 2022
Ask Me Anything episode of Mindscape for May 2022. (2022-May-12 • 216 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast imageEmil Cioran, désespérément 8/8 : "Dans un monde sans mélancolie, les rossignols se mettraient à roter"
durée : 01:00:04 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - "J’ai toujours porté un amour indu à la mélancolie. Il me suffisait de la sentir poindre en moi, pour qu’aucune réticence ne m’empêchât plus à m’y livrer corps et âme" : l'œuvre de Cioran est traversée par la mélancolie, dont il a tant fait l'éloge. Mais de quelle mélancolie parle-t-on ? - invités : Constantin Zaharia docteur de l'EHESS de Paris (2022-May-12 • 60 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageAnimal Crisis with Alice Crary & Lori Gruen
What if the key to respecting and appreciating non-human animals resided in understanding our human selves better? Thinking about animals and our relation to them might then involve trying to grasp the ways in which our current social, economic, and moral systems skew our perceptions and practices. Prof. Alice Crary (The New School for Social Research) and Prof. Lori Gruen (Wesleyan University) delve into the fundamental questions and problems that can help us better understand the crisis affecting animals ... (2022-May-12 • 58 minutes • @ToddMei1)
podcast image#624 David Leiser - How We Misunderstand Economics And Why It Matters
Dr. David Leiser is a professor of economic and social psychology at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Dr. Leiser has served as President of the Economic Psychology division of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP) since 2014. He is the author of Cognitive Science and Genetic Epistemology - a Case Study of Understanding, and How We Misunderstand Economics And Why It Matters: The Psychology of Bias, Distortion and Conspiracy. | In this episode, we focus on How We Misunderstand Economic... (2022-May-12 • 72 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageEV - 240 Meta-analysis skepticism with Jonathan Jarry
My guest this week is Jonathan Jarry (@crackedscience), a science communicator with McGill University’s Office of Science and Society, and cohost of the independent podcast The Body of Evidence. We discuss his article about common problems with meta-analyses and how to approach trying to understand controversial science claims. We also discuss anti-COVID Jade amulets and in the VIP room we talk the ethics of unfollowing me on twitter. Jonathan's website: https://t.co/e2xUQ4ClQw Meta-analyses paper: https:... (2022-May-12 • 65 minutes • @ETVPod)
podcast imageYou Must Find The Stillness | Kindness Is Always The Right Response
Ryan talks about why it’s so important to find stillness, and reads The Daily Stoic’s entry of the day.Get a copy of Ryan Holiday’s bestselling book “Stillness Is The Key” at The Painted Porch Bookshop.GiveWell is the best site for figuring out how and where to donate your money to have the greatest impact. Go to Givewell.Org and enter Daily Stoic at checkout so they know we sent you.Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: http://DailyStoic.com/emailFollow us: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, and Facebook (2022-May-12 • 13 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageAspen Ideas Festival: The Genius of Various Animals
Animals — what on earth are they thinking? A panel of scientists explore the notion of animal cognition from what your dog means when it wags its tail, to the incredible problem-solving skills of crows, as part of the Aspen Ideas Festival. *This episode originally aired on November 5, 2021. (2022-May-12 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image100: Are Numbers Even Real?
A hundred episodes of the egg timer later, but are numbers even real?   | Send your comments, questions, and ideas for future episodes to: [email protected] | Image Attribution: By Alex1011 - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.ph... (2022-May-12 • 12 minutes • @MillikinU)
podcast imageShape: Hidden Geometry
In his latest book, Shape, mathematician Jordan Ellenberg reveals the geometry lurking beneath history, democracy, biology, and everything else. He argues geometry is a way of thinking, a method of reasoning and argument, and a system for making sense of the world. (2022-May-11 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageEpisode 122: Spirals and Crooked Lines: On the Star Card in the Tarot
The Star is one of the most iconic of the major trumps of the traditional tarot deck. It is also one of the most ambiguous. A woman is shown emptying two urns of water onto the parched ground. She is flanked by nascent plant life. Shining above her are those nocturnal luminaries whose "eternal silence" so frightened the philosopher Blaise Pascal at the dawn of modernity. Are the stars pointing the way to a brighter future, or are they stars of ill omen, warning us of what lies ahead? And what does that litt... (2022-May-11 • 81 minutes • @weirdstudies@JF_Martel)
podcast imageEmil Cioran, désespérément 7/8 : Vivre dans un monde raté
durée : 00:59:30 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Toute sa vie, Cioran jette ses récriminations envers Dieu à travers le christianisme, pour lui la cause d’un monde raté. Mais il est plus que ce pessimiste athée qui éteint la veilleuse du monde, véritable mystique à rebours, Dieu est son obsession définitive et guide la direction de son oeuvre... - invités : Simona Modreanu professeure des universités, HDR, directrice du Département de langue et littérature françaises et francophone... (2022-May-11 • 60 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEpisode 36: NeuroYogacara (with Bryce Huebner)
Behold!: The first new episode of SpaceTimeMind after a seven-year hiatus. Buddhist philosophy meets neuroscience when host Pete Mandik talks with Bryce Huebner (Georgetown U.) about his NeuroYogacara project. We talk about Yogacara and other nearby schools of Buddhist philosophy as we delve into meditation, psychedelic drugs, biopsychist approaches to consciousness, disgusting things, 4E cognition, and philosophy as life craft. (2022-May-11 • @spacetimemind99@onemorebrown@petemandik)
podcast imageWinchester 73 | The New Thinkery Ep. 95
This week, the guys take a break from philosophy to visit the Wild West as they analyze the film Winchester 73. Revolving around who gets to own a nearly perfect Winchester rifle, the guys look at the key lessons and plot points. (2022-May-11 • 51 minutes • @thenewthinkery@alexpriou@GregMcBrayer3@Tempest1610)
podcast imageJosiah Osgood on Cicero and the Fall of Rome | Store This Up Inside You
Ryan reads today’s daily meditation and talks to Josiah Osgood about his new book “How to Stop a Conspiracy: An Ancient Guide to Saving a Republic,” the complicated life of Cicero, what we can learn from the decline of the Roman Empire, and more.Get a copy of “Frederick” and “The Boy Who Would Be King” at The Painted Porch.Josiah Osgood is Professor of Classics at Georgetown University. His teaching and research cover many areas of Roman history and Latin literature, with a special focus on the fall of the ... (2022-May-11 • 74 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imagePrudentius, Psychomachia - The Virtues Of Faith And Concord - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the early Medieval poet Prudentius, the Psychomachia, or the battle for the soul It focuses specifically on the contributions made near the end of the poem by two virtues in particular, Faith and Concord. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 2000 philosophy v... (2022-May-11 • 12 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageReading Between The Lines in Russia and Ukraine: A Conversation with Ambassador Vesko Garcevic
We continue our series on the war in Ukraine. Our guest is Vesko Garcevic, former ambassador of Montenegro to NATO, OSCE, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. Vesko is currently Professor of the Practice of International Relations at the Pa... (2022-May-11 • 51 minutes • @UMBEthics)
podcast imageDefending the selective restriction of liberty during pandemics
Katrien Devolder and Julian Savulescu discuss the ethics of lockdowns Should lockdowns and other restrictions of liberty during pandemics be imposed on part of the population only? Many people accept that, to protect public health, it is sometimes acceptable, or morally obligatory, to restrict people’s liberties. But there’s a lot of disagreement about how far these restrictions should go, and whom they should apply to: everyone, or certain groups of people only? In this Thinking out Loud interview, Profess... (2022-May-10 • 16 minutes • @ethicsinthenews)
podcast imageGen Z (feat. Sam Hernandez and Anna Solomon)
Generational differences emerge in subtle ways, but how do we identify these? And how does the new generation of youth culture Gen Z is defining differ from Ellie and David’s generation of millennials? Feeling a bit out of touch, Ellie and David interview Overthink production assistants Anna Solomon and Sam Hernandez to tell them all about Gen Z values.Works DiscussedJose Ortega y Gasset, El tema de nuestro tiempoWilliam Strauss and Neil Howe, GenerationsWilliam Strauss and Neil Howe, The Fourth TurningBobb... (2022-May-10 • 57 minutes • @overthink_pod@ellieanderphd@DrPenaGuzman1)
podcast imageR. Jay Wallace
I ask the philosopher R. Jay Wallace five questions about himself. | | R. Jay Wallace is William and Trudy Ausfahl Professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of “Responsibility and the Moral Sentiments” (1994), “The View From Here” (2013), and “The Moral Nexus” (2019). (2022-May-10 • 26 minutes • @KieranSetiya)
podcast imageThe truth about philosophy of science| Sabine Hossenfelder
Sabine Hossenfelder discusses whether science needs philosophy. (2022-May-10 • 19 minutes • @IAI_TV)
podcast imageIs vaccine nationalism justified?
Katrien Devolder and Jonathan Pugh discuss vaccine nationalism High income countries have been criticised for hoarding covid-19 vaccines: they have been accused of 'vaccine nationalism'. But what exactly is vaccine nationalism? Is it really wrong to prioritise one's own citizens? How can we do better when the next pandemic strikes? In this Thinking Out Loud interview, philosopher Dr Jonathan Pugh (Oxford) discusses these questions with Dr Katrien Devolder. (2022-May-10 • 16 minutes • @ethicsinthenews)
podcast imageE68. "Cruel Means, Bitter Ends" - Should war be "won" at any cost?
Philosophy | Ethics Short Story Magazine: Code “Happy” for 12 Issues/$4.95! https://www.afterdinnerconversation.com/... “Top 20 Philosophy Podcast” for 2022!STORY SUMMARY: When, if ever, is it okay to let evil win? Should all wars be fought to the bitter end, or is ending the suffering of your people more important? In this work of philosophical short story fiction, the Prime Minister is a long-time military man sworn to fighting the evil aggression of the Theocratic Republic of New Anglia. The war has been... (2022-May-10 • 36 minutes • @AfterDinnerCon)
podcast imagePrudentius, Psychomachia - Combatting Luxury And Greed - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the early Medieval poet Prudentius, the Psychomachia, or the battle for the soul It focuses specifically on the more difficult battles against two vices in particular - Luxury/Indulgence (Luxuria) and Greed (Avaritia) - which seem to be winning the battle for the vices over the virtues. They are defeated by Sobriety (Sobrietas) and by a combination of Reason (Ratio) and Good Works (Operatio) To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.c... (2022-May-10 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageReturn of the Guillotine
Mock guillotines regularly show up at protests, from both the political right and left. This documentary by Matthew Lazin-Ryder traces the history of the guillotine as a symbol, from its bloody history during the darkest days of the French Revolution to its reinvention as an emblem of equality. *This episode originally aired on November 2, 2021. (2022-May-10 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageShould we give COVID vaccines to young children?
Katrien Devolder and Dominic Wilkinson explore reasons why some parents are vaccine-hesitant Many who had no doubts whatsoever about getting a COVID-vaccine for themselves, are much more hesitant when it comes to vaccinating young children. Is such hesitation justified? In this Thinking Out Loud interview, Katrien Devolder (Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics) talks to Dominic Wilkinson, Consultant Neonatologist and Professor of Medical Ethics at the University of Oxford, about what sort of ethical co... (2022-May-10 • 19 minutes • @ethicsinthenews)
podcast imageEp. 68: What is Disagreement? (Part II)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony continue their conversation on the concept of disagreement: What exactly is being disagreed upon when we have a disagreement? Is it possible to move beyond absolute difference? Can we ever access “the other,” or are we just monads necessarily in isolation? How does any of this stuff relate to our current — social media driven — epoch? To what extent do economic structures influence levels of disagreement? How can we reach agreement? (2022-May-10 • 49 minutes • @LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast imageEmil Cioran, désespérément 6/8 : "La vie se crée dans le délire et se défait dans l'ennui"
durée : 00:59:14 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - À 5 ans, Cioran connaît sa première crise d’ennui, fêlure, trauma et révélation : le tic tac de l’horloge, funèbre son du temps qui passe et qu'on ne peut retenir… Il fait de cette crise un état consubstantiel de son être, l’ennui tissera le récit de sa vie, comme un exil métaphysique ? - invités : Nicolas Cavaillès auteur et traducteur (2022-May-10 • 59 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEpisode 10: Bob Plant – this game of philosophy
Final episode! A conversation with a great friend, former colleague, philosopher and musician Bob Plant about lots and lots of things, including: the role of luck and contingency in our lives, Professional Paid Philosophy, the academic 'job market', the continental/analytic divide, the scope of what gets called 'philosophy', writing philosophy and writing music. (2022-May-10 • 105 minutes • @DrJoeMorrison)
podcast imageMyth of Normal, Part Two
Brain variations which were once advantages are now seen as burdens and disorders that beg for remedies. In this two-part series, IDEAS traces the social and cultural response to brain variation and whether there's a way back to seeing them as advantages. (2022-May-09 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image196 | Judea Pearl on Cause and Effect
I talk to Judea Pearl, a founder of the "causal revolution" that is shaking up the social sciences, artificial intelligence, and philosophy. (2022-May-09 • 77 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast imageEp. 293: Donna Haraway on Feminist Science (Part One)
On "Situated Knowledge" (1988), "A Cyborg Manifesto" (1985), etc. featuring guest Lynda Olman. What is scientific objectivity? Haraway rejects both relativism and traditional, "god's eye" objectivism in favor of a "cyborg" view that looks for... (2022-May-09 • 59 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageEmil Cioran, désespérément 5/8 : De l'inconvénient d'être né
durée : 00:59:45 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - En 1973, dans "De l’inconvénient d’être né", le philosophe Emil Cioran, obsédé par la question de la mort, de la souffrance, des drames historiques, se questionne : le drame ultime ne serait-il pas non pas celui de mourir, mais plutôt celui de naître ? Comment pense-t-il la question du "non-être" ? - invités : Aurélien Demars enseignant en philosophie à l'université Savoie Mont Blanc (2022-May-09 • 60 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageThe Kalam Cosmological Argument | Majesty of Reason
If everything was created by a cause, is God the creator of the Universe? Is God an uncaused cause? Could God have abandoned his creation?   | Majesty of Reason: https://www.youtube.com/c/MajestyofReaso... | Brain in a Vat bookshop (Shopify): https://smarturl.it/BrainShop | Brain in a Vat bookshop (Amazon): https://smarturl.it/BrainAmazonShop (2022-May-09 • 65 minutes • @JasonWerbeloff)
podcast imageEp. 167 - The Knowledge Argument and the Philosophy of Mind w/Dr. Frank Jackson
What is qualia? What is the knowledge argument against physicalist theories of mind? Did Mary really learn anything new when she left the black and white room? On this episode of the Parker's Pensées Podcast, I'm joined by the legendary Dr. Frank Jackson to discuss his version of the knowledge argument and discuss why he came to reject it. | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $3, $5 or more a month. Any amount helps, and for $5 you get a Parker's Pensées sticker and instant access to a... (2022-May-09 • 65 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageWhy You Should Never Stop Studying | We Are a Product of Our Habits
Ryan talks about the importance of constantly learning that which you do not yet know, and reads this week’s meditation from The Daily Stoic Journal.If you want to become a great reader, the Stoics can help. We built out their best insights into ourRead to Lead: A Daily Stoic Reading Challenge. Since it first launched in 2019, Read to Lead has been our most popular challenge, taken on by almost ten thousand participants. Today, we’re excited to announce that, for the first time ever, registration to jointhe... (2022-May-09 • 9 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imagePrudentius, Psychomachia - First Combats Of Virtues And Vices - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the early Medieval poet Prudentius, the Psychomachia, or the battle for the soul It focuses specifically on the first combats in this battle, those of Faith vs. Worship of the Old Gods, Chastity vs Lust, Patience vs Wrath, and Pride vs Humility To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quY... (2022-May-09 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageS1E7 - Alexandra Gustafson on Love, Public Philosophy, and Disabilities in Academia
Alexandra Gustafson is a graduate philosophy student at the University of Toronto. We’ll be talking about Alexandra's work on the philosophy of love, her experiences writing public philosophy, and her thoughts on managing and accommodating disabilities in academia. If, after listening, you’d like to get in touch with Alexandra, you can email her at [email protected], and Alexandra is also active on Twitter at @alexxguss. | Find out more at http://www.philosophersnest.com (2022-May-09 • @KOosterum@99lewiswilliams)
podcast image#623 Leonard Newman: Self-concept, Wrongdoing, Attitudinal Ambivalence, and Pluralistic Ignorance
Dr. Leonard Newman is Associate Professor of Psychology at Syracuse University. At the broadest level, Dr. Newman’s research focuses on the motivational aspects of social cognition. More specific interests include dehumanization, social stigma, defensive and self-protective processes in judgment and memory, and the social psychology of genocide and mass killing. | In this episode, we talk about issues in social psychology. We talk about the self-concept, and how people deal with threats to it. We discuss ho... (2022-May-09 • 49 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast image“How to Think Like A Hindu”
Host Jack Russell Weinstein visits with Swami Sarvapriyananda. (2022-May-08 • 85 minutes • @whyradioshow)
podcast imageEpisode 107, ‘The Ethics of Art’ with Daisy Dixon (Part I - Immoral Art)
Welcome to ‘Episode 107 (Part I of II)’, in which we’ll be discussing immoral artists with Daisy Dixon. (2022-May-08 • 49 minutes • @ThePanpsycast@_JackSymes@MrMarleyTeach)
podcast imageHoP 396 - Lorraine Daston on Renaissance Science
Comets! Magnets! Armadillos! In this wide-ranging interview Lorraine Daston tells us how Renaissance and early modern scientists dealt with the extraordinary events they called "wonders". (2022-May-08 • 35 minutes • @HistPhilosophy)
podcast imageStoicism and the Art of Resilience
How does someone who was born into slavery, whose master broke their leg and crippled them for life, somehow escape all that and become one of the fathers of Stoicism and an amazing thinker? Epictetus had every reason to be unable to transcend his own struggles, but instead he is one of the most important Stoic philosophers. He lived the philosophy and it saved him.Watch the video: https://youtu.be/6-UQYo1YabY Ten Thousand makes the highest quality, best-fitting, and most comfortable training shorts I have ... (2022-May-08 • 13 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageBryonn Bain (Rebel Speak): Critical Race Theory, Prison Reform, Chuck D, Hip Hop | STM Podcast #130
On episode 130, we welcome Professor Bryonn Bain to discuss his new book ‘Rebel Speak’; critical race theory and its principles; the history of racism and how it became codified into law; the critics of CRT and their desire to maintain a sense of... (2022-May-08 • 58 minutes • @seize_podcast@EgoEndsNow@leonscafe31)
podcast imageBeauty: aesthetic or moral ideal?
These days, beauty is a moral imperative, an ideal to live by, and one according to which we judge ourselves and others. As a result, we increasingly shape our identities around our bodies – and not just our actual bodies with their lumps and bumps, but our imaginary future bodies: thin, smooth and firm. Gradually our notion of the good life comes to be centred on physical appearance, and this causes a range of harms which until now, philosophers have not taken seriously enough. (2022-May-08 • 28 minutes • @DavidPZone)
podcast imageSteven Rinella on Hunting, Self-Discipline, and Finding Balance
Ryan talks to Steven Rinella about his new book Outdoor Kids in an Inside World: Getting Your Family Out of the House and Radically Engaged with Nature (which you can pick up at the Painted Porch), the temperance that is required to be a great hunter, how to find the right balance between pursuing your purpose and spending time with family, and more.Steve Rinella, from his books to his groundbreaking show MeatEater, has made hunting and nose-to-tail wild game gourmet cooking popular from New York City to Ho... (2022-May-07 • 81 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageMichel Foucault’s ”Friendship as a Way of Life”
In this episode, I cover Michel Foucault's interview titled "Friendship as a Way of Life" If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphiloso... paypal.me/theoryphilosophy Twitter: @DavidGuign... (2022-May-07 • 10 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageLesbian Separatism - Amber-Lia Van Aurich
Lesbian Separatism - Amber-Lia Van Aurich discusses lesbian identiy, how separation begin and some examples of lesbian separatism during the late twentieth century. (2022-May-07 • @radphilosophy)
podcast imageAristotle, Nicomachean Ethics Bk 5 - Can One Do Injustice To Oneself? - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics. Specifically it focuses focuses on Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics bk 5, and examines the question he poses and resolves there: is it possible for a person to be unjust, or to do injustice, to him or herself? To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACo... (2022-May-07 • 15 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageEpisode 120 - Letter to Herodotus 9 - Epicurus' Rejection of Infinite Divisibility
Welcome to Episode One Hundred Twenty of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world. I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. We encourage you to study Epicurus for yourself, and we suggest ... (2022-May-06 • 57 minutes • @NewEpicurean)
podcast image#35: Why am I putting off doing that ridiculously undemanding thing?
Emails that will take 10 seconds to answer. That little pile of stuff in the corner of the kitchen that you need to take a couple of minutes to sort through. Taking 30 seconds to fill in a form that you're going to have to fill in at some point. You could just do these things, get them out of your head, and make your life a lot easier. Instead, you hide from them and devote far more mental effort to not doing them than it would ever take you to do them. What's going on? Well, friend - it's no... (2022-May-06 • 20 minutes • @AcademicImp@rebecca_roache)
podcast image110: "Bringing individual animals into the frame" - Author & Ethnographer Kathryn Gillespie - Sentientism
Kathryn Gillespie PhD  (kathrynagillespie.com) is a writer, multispecies ethnographer, & feminist geographer. She is a Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Kentucky in the Department of Geography & the Applied Environmental & Sustainability Studies Program. Her research & teaching interests focus on: ethnography & qualitative methods; feminist & multi-species theory & methods; food & agriculture; political economy; critical animal studies; human-environment relation... (2022-May-06 • 115 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast imageThe Possibility of Global Aesthetics with Eileen John
Aesthetic theories in the Western tradition, like most philosophical theories, do not set out to have only local application, as they try to articulate generally relevant and illuminating theoretical concepts and values. But can and should philosophical aesthetics have global significance? Can aesthetic theories find fruitful general application while also respecting the locality and variability of aesthetic sensitivity? What kinds of theoretical ambition and humility are called for in philosophical aesthet... (2022-May-06 • 70 minutes • @RIPhilo)
podcast imageRescuing History: Father Columba Stewart
Minnesota-based Father Columba Stewart has spent nearly two decades working with religious leaders, government authorities, and archivists around the globe to preserve religious manuscripts. He tells IDEAS about where this all started, and why it matters so much. (2022-May-06 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageJan Blanc : "L'historien de l'art doit reconstituer la pensée de l'artiste"
durée : 00:59:42 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Comment définir le métier de l'historien de l’art ? Et quelle est sa pratique ? Tout artiste a-t-il une théorie ? Comment reconstituer la pensée d'un artiste, au travers de son savoir-faire ? Comment regarder une oeuvre d'art ? - invités : Jan Blanc professeur d’histoire de l’art de la période moderne à l’Université de Genève (2022-May-06 • 60 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageThe Popperian Podcast #17 – Rafe Champion – ‘Karl Popper’s Social Turn’
This episode of the Popperian Podcast features an interview that Jed Lea-Henry conducted with Rafe Champion. They speak about the social (institutional) theme within Karl Popper’s philosophy of science as well as his approach to politics. Popper... (2022-May-06 • 90 minutes • @JedLeaHenry)
podcast imageAlgorithms
The HBS hosts discuss the pervasiveness and perversity of algorithms in our lives.Algorithms measure, and increasingly influence/determine, our behaviors. Yet, most people don’t know or understand what an algorithm is! Algorithms are essential to the logic of late capitalism and people need to understand them in order to work toward more ethical AI.Full episode notes at this link:http://hotelbarpodcast.com/podcast/... Hotel Bar Sessions on Patreon here:patreon.com/hotelbarsessions (2022-May-06 • 62 minutes • @hotelbarpodcast@DrLeighMJohnson@c_fpeterson@rickleephilos)
podcast image#622 Jessica Isserow: Moral Hypocrisy, Moral Worth, Debunking Arguments, and Moral Nihilism
Dr. Jessica Isserow is a Lecturer in Moral and Political Philosophy at the School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science at the University of Leeds. Her main research interests are in metaethics, normative ethics, and moral psychology. | In this episode, we talk about questions in metaethics. Topics include: moral hypocrisy, moral authority, what makes an action morally worthy, doing the right thing by accident, having bad people as friends, evolutionary debunking arguments, moral error theory, and ... (2022-May-06 • 56 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast image545: What Is Ideology?
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/wha... polarization seems to be deepening, both in the U.S. and around the globe. Some believe that the rise of ideology is to blame for growing polarization. But can increased polarization really be attributed to ideology? What is exactly is ideology, and how is it different from dogma? Is ideology a kind of political or philosophical thinking? And how might our understanding of ideology affect how we practice politics? Josh and Ray ideate with Marius Ostrowski ... (2022-May-06 • 11 minutes • @philtalkradio)
podcast imageKurtis Hagen’s Conspiracy Theories and the Paranoid Style (Conspiracy Theory Masterpiece Theatre)
Josh and M (with terrible audio on M's part) review Kurtis Hagen's "Conspiracy Theories and the Paranoid Style" (Social Epistemology, 2017). — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] (2022-May-06 • 68 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast imageAristotle, Nicomachean Ethics Bk 5 - Justice As Equity - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics. Specifically it focuses focuses on Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics bk 5, and examines the sort of justice which he picks out as "equity" or "equitableness", which he notes is a kind of correction of legal justice. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyM... (2022-May-06 • 13 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast image0G184: The Titan and Posthumanism
Break time! Psychologically speaking. No hard symbolism, no strong emotions. Just two hosts being deeply confused about an aggressively pointless movie, like man-bat god intended. Content: Editing by Luisa Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed... (2022-May-06 • 63 minutes • @0gPhilosophy)
podcast image#621 Jack Symes - The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast; Philosophers on Consciousness
Jack Symes is the producer of The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast and editor of the Bloomsbury series, Talking about Philosophy. He is currently Teacher and Researcher of Philosophy at the University of Liverpool, UK. He is the editor of Philosophers on Consciousness: Talking about the Mind. | In this episode, we focus on Philosophers on Consciousness. We first talk about The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast. We discuss what consciousness is, why it matters, and philosophical approaches to it. We ask what we nee... (2022-May-05 • 76 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageAristotle, Nicomachean Ethics Bk 5 - Particular Justice In Reciprocity - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics. Specifically it focuses focuses on Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics bk 5, and and examines the particular sort of justice which he picks out as "reciprocity," (in Greek, antipeponthos -- "suffering in return"). This includes not only "poetic justice," i.e. when a person suffers what they have inflicted upon others, but also economic exchange of goods and services. To support my ongoing wo... (2022-May-05 • 9 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageA Leader Must Be a Reader | You Are The Project
Ryan talks about the importance of establishing a great reading practice, and reads The Daily Stoic’s entry of the day.If you want to become a great reader, the Stoics can help. We built out their best insights into ourRead to Lead: A Daily Stoic Reading Challenge. Since it first launched in 2019, Read to Lead has been our most popular challenge, taken on by almost ten thousand participants. Today, we’re excited to announce that, for the first time ever, registration to jointhe 2022 live cohort is officiall... (2022-May-05 • 12 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageEV - 239 Open discourse in movement secularism with Seth Andrews
My guest this week is Seth Andrews (@SethAndrewsTTA), host of the thinking atheist podcast and author of several books including most recently Christianity Made Me Talk Like an Idiot. We discuss freedom of expression and concerns about woke cancel culture in secular communities. Seth's podcast: https://www.sethandrews.com/ Impossible Conversations episode: https://www.thethinkingatheist.com/podca... Seth Andrews Music by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosophy.libsyn.com/... (2022-May-05 • 72 minutes • @ETVPod)
podcast image99: Peter Kropotkin on Mutual Aid
Listen in the learn more about the late nineteenth century philosopher and historian Peter Kropotkin.  Kropotkin was a communist and anarchist.  He argued that mutual aid, not competition, defined the evolution of species, including that of human beings.   | Send your comments, questions, and ideas for future episodes to: [email protected] | Image Attribution: By Nadar - NYPL, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.ph... | (2022-May-05 • 12 minutes • @MillikinU)
podcast imageSovereignty, security, and the Solomon Islands
By turning the Solomon Islands into a federal election “issue”, Australia has emphasised the national security implications of their agreement with China. PM Manasseh Sogavare has, in response, asserted their right to “manage our sovereign affairs”. ANU’s Terence Wood joins The Minefield to discuss the tension between security and sovereignty, and what it all means for Solomon Island’s democratic culture. (2022-May-05 • 54 minutes • @RadioNational)
podcast imageFragments d’un discours amoureux de Roland Barthes 8/4 : Scène de ménage
durée : 01:00:06 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Dans la scène de ménage le langage devient une arme. C'est un affrontement, une parodie de conversation où les deux protagonistes tentent d'avoir le dernier mot. La scène de ménage est-elle un épisode anodin et sans conséquence ou marque-t-elle la défaite du couple? - invités : Chantal Thomas romancière et académicienne (2022-May-05 • 60 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageWomen and war: Stories from the other front
Never before have we had such a close up, real-time picture of war. IDEAS hears from several women who know war: They're neither fighters, nor victims, yet at times of conflict they are wholehearted participants. They discuss the challenges, stereotypes, and the dangers for civilian women working in the fog of war. (2022-May-05 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageFragments d’un discours amoureux de Roland Barthes 7/4 : Jalousie
durée : 00:59:54 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Être jaloux est une souffrance où se mêlent la peur et la culpabilité. Mais ce qui ronge le plus le jaloux c'est d'être banal. La jalousie est-elle toujours le revers du sentiment amoureux? - invités : Mathieu Messager Maître de conférences en langue et littérature française à l'Université de Nantes. (2022-May-04 • 60 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageThe Noble Lie | The New Thinkery Ep. 94
This week, the guys take a look at one of the most memorable concepts from Plato's Republic, that of the noble lie. They analyze the usefulness of noble lies, and whether it should affect the way we view Plato. Plus: your mailbag questions get answered! (2022-May-04 • 49 minutes • @thenewthinkery@alexpriou@GregMcBrayer3@Tempest1610)
podcast imageJeff Waldman on Craftsmanship, Memento Mori, and Developing Competence | It’s Not That You Read, It’s How You Read
Ryan reads today’s daily meditation and talks to Jeff Waldman about his new book “Tools: The Ultimate Guide” (which you can get a signed copy of at the Painted Porch), the Stoic concept of Memento Mori, why it’s so vital to develop competence, and more.Jeff Waldman is a maker, builder and creator with a talent for connecting with interesting people and even more interesting projects. With the help of their friends, he and his partner designed and hand-built their own cabin and communal getaway in the Santa ... (2022-May-04 • 81 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageChris Blattman on War and Centralized Power
The underrated threats that lurk in institutions, rather than psychology. (2022-May-04 • 48 minutes • @tylercowen)
podcast imageThe Divided Brain
In The Divided Brain, neuroscientist Iain McGilchrist argues that Western society has become too dominated by the left hemisphere of our brains — obsessed with data and sorting things into categories. Meanwhile, the right hemisphere of our brains which understand relationships and context has been sidelined. *A TV documentary adapted for IDEAS. This episode originally aired on October 22, 2021. (2022-May-04 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageAristotle, Nicomachean Ethics Bk 5 - Particular Justice In Rectification - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics. Specifically it focuses focuses on Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics bk 5, and examines the sort of particular justice which he picks out as "justice in rectification" or "rectificatory justice" -- how justice is restored when one party has gotten (or taken) too much, and the other party too little. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to... (2022-May-04 • 10 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageEp. 10 - Great Minds Do Not Think Alike
This time I read my 2022 paper in Review of Philosophy and Psychology titled, "Great Minds Do Not Think Alike: Philosophers' Views Predicted by Reflection, Education, Personality, and Other Demographic Differences". As the title suggests, (2022-May-04 • 47 minutes • @byrd_nick)
podcast imageEpisode 169: World Tour of Philosophy: Italy Part 5
This week, feel the clammy hand of dread upon your shoulders as we suggest the inconceivable noti... (2022-May-04 • 26 minutes • @PhilosophyWtf)
podcast imageWhere Do Space, Time and Gravity Come From?
Einstein’s description of curved space-time doesn’t easily mesh with a universe made up of quantum wavefunctions. Theoretical physicist Sean Carroll discusses the quest for quantum gravity with host Steven Strogatz. The post Where Do Space, Time and Gravity Come From? first appeared on Quanta Magazine (2022-May-04 • 42 minutes • @QuantaMagazine@stevenstrogatz)
podcast imageEp. 30 Epictetus, The Slave Who Became a Stoic Master - Stoic Thinkers Part 4
Born into slavery in the first century, Epictetus founded a school of philosophy and became a stoic master. Join us for an overview of the life and philosophy of Epictetus. This is part four of our series on Stoic thinkers. Open Door Philosophy on Twitter @d_parsonage or @opendoorphil Open Door Philosophy on Instagram @opendoorphilosophy Open Door Philosophy website at opendoorphilosophy.com Contact us via email at [email protected] (2022-May-03 • 56 minutes • @opendoorphil@d_parsonage)
podcast imagePolyphony: Music and Peace
In musical terms, ‘polyphony’ is a musical texture that combines two or more tones or melodic lines. But what can music do to truly advance peace and understanding? IDEAS explores this question with Nabeel Abboud Ashkar, co-founder of Polyphony — a music education organization, followed by a panel discussion. (2022-May-03 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageEp. 166 - What Did Foucault Really Believe? w/Dr. Chris Watkin
Did Foucault really teach that all knowledge claims are mere power plays? Why is he the most cited author on Google Scholar? What made him so influential? Dr. Chris Watkin came back on the podcast to school me on all things Foucault and contrast his philosophy with the theology of the Bible. Find more from Dr. Watkin here: https://christopherwatkin.com/ | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $3, $5 or more a month. Any amount helps, and for $5 you get a Parker's Pensées sticker and inst... (2022-May-03 • 91 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageFragments d’un discours amoureux de Roland Barthes 6/4 : Je t'aime
durée : 00:59:18 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Je t'aime. Cette phrase est absolument commune et pourtant à chaque fois unique. C'est une formule magique imprévisible, sans nuances ni explications qui reste énigmatique. Qui est le “je” qui dit “je t’aime” ? Ce “je” est-il dissociable du “tu” qui est aimé ? - invités : Tiphaine Samoyault Essayiste, traductrice et critique littéraire (rédactrice en chef du site En Attendant Nadeau), professeure de littérature comparée à l'Universi... (2022-May-03 • 59 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageWhat does data really tell us? | Donald Hoffman, Tim Maudlin, Lisa Randall
Is our obsession with data healthy or dangerous? Our specialists discuss.Looking for a link we mentioned? It's here: https://linktr.ee/philosophyf... to the science' was the call from politicians and the public alike throughout the pandemic. As if science has a single definitive view, and the data one interpretation. Yet science is full of competing and sometimes contradictory views particularly at the edge of current understanding. And increasingly scientists see themselves as operating with models of... (2022-May-03 • 43 minutes • @IAI_TV)
podcast imageBlain Neufeld, "Public Reason and Political Autonomy: Realizing the Ideal of a Civic People" (Routledge, 2022)
According to a familiar picture, a democracy is a free society of self-governing equals. This means that democratic citizens have a duty to participate in the processes of democratic governance. Moreover, it is often held that their participation should be aimed at acknowledging their fellow citizens’ status as democratic equals. On a dominant interpretation, this acknowledgement comes by way of how citizens conduct themselves in political decision-making contexts -- including especially contexts of politic... (2022-May-03 • 70 minutes • @NewBooksPhil)
podcast imageGuy Longworth
I ask the philosopher Guy Longworth five questions about himself. | | Guy Longworth is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Warwick. He is the author of “Comprehending Speech” (2008), “Sharing Thoughts About Oneself” (2013), and other essays. (2022-May-03 • 23 minutes • @KieranSetiya)
podcast imageEpisode 236: Your Outie Is Skilled at Lovemaking (With Paul Bloom)
We welcome Paul Bloom to talk about the first season of "Severance," the new mind-bending and mind-splitting TV series on Apple TV+. What happens when you separate your home life from your work life? Do you create a completely different person? Is it a form of self-slavery? How important is autobiographical memory to your identity? And what’s the deal with the break room… and the goats? Plus, what happens when you combine the obsessions of evolutionary psychology with the methodological problems of social ... (2022-May-03 • 131 minutes • @verybadwizards@peez@tamler)
podcast imageThere is Heaven in You Now | Show, Don’t Tell
Ryan talks about the power of turning inward, and reads this week’s meditation from The Daily Stoic Journal.Get a signed copy of Ryan Holiday’s bestselling book “Stillness is The Key” at the Painted Porch.Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://DailyStoic.com/emailFollow us: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, and Facebook (2022-May-02 • 8 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast image85 - Machine Learning and Ethics: The Toronto Declaration Pt. 1
In this episode, we discuss some of the ethical problems surrounding machine learning technologies, and particular concerns about their discriminatory uses. We use the Toronto Declaration, which applies a human rights framework to machine learning as our starting point. Toby Napoletano, Michael Hughes (2022-May-02 • 74 minutes • @TheBadlandsPod)
podcast image195 | Richard Dawkins on Flight and Other Evolutionary Achievements
I talk with Richard Dawkins about the origin of flight, as well as conceptual issues at the heart of evolutionary biology. (2022-May-02 • 79 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast image42 - The New Aristocracy feat. Matthew Stewart
Matthew Stewart is a philosophy PhD and author. He’s also a Princeton guy and former management consultant so he knows rich people. His new book, The 9.9%, is about them. Not the super-rich, but the doctors, lawyers and managers that go to good colleges and live in nice neighbourhoods. The “nearly rich and not-famous,” as he puts it. We talk about how these people raise their kids, get their money and block the poorer element from their neighbourhoods. Matthew reckons the 9.9% are a new kind of aristocracy ... (2022-May-02 • 54 minutes • @goodintheorypod@Clifton_Mark)
podcast imageEpisode 39: The Vagueness of "Free Will" with Santiago Amaya
In this episode, we talk with Santiago Amaya about an argument for the conclusion that "free will" is a vague term. We also talk about what Santiago thinks are some of the implications of this conclusion for the free will debate.Santiago's PhilPeople profile: https://philpeople.org/profiles/santiago... podcast, "Free Will Matters": https://freewill.uniandes.edu.co/podcast... https://twitter.com/thefreewillshowInsta... https://www.instagram.com/thefreewillsho... https://www.facebook.... (2022-May-02 • 32 minutes • @thefreewillshow@taylorwcyr@MatthewFlummer)
podcast imageFragments d’un discours amoureux de Roland Barthes 5/4 : Attente
durée : 00:59:03 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - "Suis-je amoureux ? Oui, puisque j’attends" : l’attente caractérise l’amoureux... Il attend l'autre et angoisse face à son absence. Mais aimer sans attendre, est-ce possible ? - invités : Eric Marty Ecrivain, essayiste et professeur de littérature française à l’Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7 (2022-May-02 • 59 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast image25/04/22: Emma Borg on A Defence of Individual Rationality
Common-sense (or folk) psychology holds that (generally) we do what we do for the reasons we have. This common-sense approach is embodied in claims like “I went to the kitchen because I wanted a drink” or “She took a coat because she thought it might rain and she hoped to stay dry”. However, the veracity of these common-sense psychological explanations has been challenged by experimental evidence (primarily from behavioural economics and social psychology) which appears to show that individuals are systemat... (2022-May-02 • 55 minutes • @Aristotweets)
podcast imageThe Left-Handers
They've remained a minority among humans since the dawn of our species, coping with systems and tools arranged for right-handers, and sometimes thriving as a result of their difference. IDEAS explores the history — and latest mysteries — of the 'sinister 10 per cent' to find out what makes a left-hander special. (2022-May-02 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image#281 — Western Culture and Its Discontents
A Conversation with Douglas Murray (2022-May-02 • 72 minutes • @SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image37 Teaser | What’s the ‘Structural’ in ‘Structural Injustice’?: Iris Marion Young and Political Philosophy
What do we mean when we call something a ‘structural injustice’? In this episode, we take up some of Iris Marion Young’s work and ask what makes the difference between interpersonal injustice and structural injustice. Along the way, we investigate concepts such as political responsibility, social connection, and the character of global injustice. As an extra special treat listeners will find out what is preventing Gil from being a revolutionary (the answer may surprise you)! The full episode is available on... (2022-May-02 • 10 minutes • @leftofphil@gdmorejon@whitherutopia@oglynwil@classreductress)
podcast imageAristotle, Nicomachean Ethics Bk 5 - Particular Justice In Distribution - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics. Specifically it focuses focuses on Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics bk 5, and examines the sort of particular justice which he picks out as "justice in distribution," also called "commutative" or "distributive justice". To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at... (2022-May-02 • 15 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imagePREMIUM-Ep. 292: Langer on Symbolic Music (Part Two)
Concluding on Susanne Langer's Philosophy in a New Key (ch. 8-10). We continue discussing whether and how music is symbolic. Sing along with us! If you're not hearing , sign up via one of the options described at . (2022-May-02 • 15 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast image#620 John Barry - Perspectives in Male Psychology (Pt.2) - Education, Criminality, Military
Dr. John Barry is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS), Honorary Lecturer in Psychology at University College London, clinical hypnotherapist and author of around 70 peer-reviewed publications on a variety of topics in psychology and health, including many on male psychology. He has also co-authored letters to The Psychologist magazine to raise awareness of issues relevant to male psychology. Dr. Barry co-founded both the Male Psychology Network and the Ma... (2022-May-02 • 65 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageAristotle, Nicomachean Ethics Bk 5 - Legal Justice - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics. Specifically it focuses focuses on Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics bk 5, and examines the sort of justice which he picks out as "legal justice" or "law-abidingness". To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You c... (2022-May-01 • 10 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageTrans women in sport: Is it fair? | Stephen Kershnar
Lia Thomas, a trans woman, has sparked controversy by competing in and winning women’s collegiate swimming events. Should Thomas and other trans athletes be allowed to compete in the gendered competition of their choice? (2022-May-01 • 74 minutes • @JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image25 Essential Rules For Life (From The Stoics)
It's pretty straight forward: Define your rules. Live by them. “When the standards have been set,” Epictetus said, “the work of philosophy is just this, to examine and uphold the standards, but the work of a truly good person is in using those standards when they know them.”But of course, the Stoics were not quite so direct in practice. One Stoic, Chrysippus—supposedly wrote 500 lines a day…the vast majority of which are lost. The Stoics spoke, wrote, debated, but nowhere did they put their “commandmen... (2022-May-01 • 15 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageStreaming
Ryan and Todd question the theoretical implications of the development of streaming for narrative, spectatorship, and politics. They look at the changes that streaming ushers in and the hidden continuity between streaming and earlier aesthetic forms. (2022-May-01 • 76 minutes • @UVMcas)
podcast imageS3 E7: Neil Mehta
In this episode, I talk with Neil Mehta, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Yale-NUS, about what exists and what we can say about it. | Further Resources | Neil Mehta’s website: http://www.profneilmehta.com/ | Theory of Two Truths in India: https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/twotr... | Graham Priest’s website: https://grahampriest.net | Metaphysics of grounding: https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/groun... | Nagarjuna: https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/nagar... | Music Credits: | Brittle Rille by Kevin Ma... (2022-May-01 • 17 minutes • @cmalcolmkeating)
podcast imageMonthly Monster or Miracle? What is PMS?
Gwendolyn Dolske and guest co-host Dr. Kate Madorin talk with Dr. Kate Valenton Azurin (Obstetrician/Gynecologist). What is the history of PMS? What are the bodily changes? How can understanding this improve our lives? Thank you ... (2022-May-01 • 56 minutes • @InTheDetailsPod@GDolske@SaloRudy)
podcast image052 - Is Meaning Fundamental to the Universe? Synchronicity, Semiotics, Logotherapy, & Hegel
We all have experienced synchronicity, where causally unconnected events have a unique meaning to us. Psychologist Carl Jung proposed that there was indeed an acausal connecting principle behind such occurrences. In fact, "meaning" may indeed be fundamental to the cosmos. American philosopher C.S. Peirce believed it was so. And Hegel did as well, epitomized by his famous dictum, "Substance is subject." Even on an existential basis, many have argued that one must create their own mean... (2022-May-01 • 25 minutes • @CunningofGeist)
podcast imageSara Manning Peskin: DNA, Proteins, Antibodies, and Madness | STM Podcast #129
On episode 129, we welcome Dr. Sara Manning Peskin to discuss her new book ‘A Molecule Away from Madness’; the fascinating stories of the scientists who discovered the molecules that cause neurological diseases and their cures, including Alois... (2022-May-01 • 59 minutes • @seize_podcast@EgoEndsNow@leonscafe31)
podcast image109: "Incorrect beliefs impact the lives of others" - Street Epistemologist Mark Solomon - Sentientism
Dr. Mark Solomon is an author, neuropsychologist, musician and radio show/podcast host whose work touches on a wide range of topics. Mark produces a national Street Epistemology radio show/podcast called "Being Reasonable" (beingreasonableshow.com, @B_Reasonable_, @Being Reasonable) | In Sentientist Conversations we talk about the two most important questions: “what’s real?” & “what matters?” | Sentientism is "evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings." The video of our conversation... (2022-May-01 • 91 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast image"Artificial Intelligence: A Guide for Thinking Humans" with Professor Melanie Mitchell
Recent developments in the field of Artificial Intelligence are fascinating as well as terrifying; there are extravagant promises as well as frustrating setbacks; there is great progress in narrowly focused AI applications, and there is lack of progress in the field of Artificial General Intelligence. In this episode of Bridging the Gaps I speak with professor Melanie Mitchell and we discuss the history, recent successes, huge expectations and emerging fears and frustrations in the field of Artificial Intel... (2022-May-01 • 49 minutes • @BTG_ie)
podcast imageRupture and hope
In a world shaken by war, pandemic and climate crisis, hope is a precious resource. It can be fragile, fleeting and hard to find. But what exactly does hope mean? It has clear Christian overtones, and a venerable theological tradition behind it. This week we're talking about the ways in which the theological informs the secular, and exploring how hope plays out in the political arena. We also hear a personal story of rupture and trauma, and a perspective on hope that accommodates the tunnel as well as the l... (2022-May-01 • 28 minutes • @DavidPZone)
podcast imageHAP 99 - American Nightmare - Malcolm X
The life and career of Malcolm X up to 1963, with a focus on his separatist black nationalism and his critique of non-violent protest. (2022-May-01 • 25 minutes • @HistPhilosophy@ChikeJeffers)
podcast image492: Sanctuary Cities
More at www.philosophytalk.org/shows/sanctuary-c... the U.S. there are over 500 sanctuary cities—municipalities that limit their cooperation with the federal government’s immigration law enforcement. Although opponents portray sanctuary cities as besieged by crime, empirical data does not bear out such claims. But what actually justifies sanctuary policies in the first place? Do appeals to public health or safety warrant these measures? Or should lack of cooperation be seen as an act of resistance against u... (2022-May-01 • 12 minutes • @philtalkradio)
podcast imageWhat Are Conspiracy Theories? | Sam Kriss
In this live-recorded episode of What Is X?, Justin meets up with the writer Sam Kriss at a (sometimes noisy) pub in London to chat about conspiracy theories. What makes a conspiracy theory conspiratorial? What is the relationship between conspiracy theories and philosophical skepticism? Do we have a responsibility to correct misinformation, or should we try to embrace the right to be wrong? Over the course of this ninety-minute conversation, Justin and Sam amble through some conspiracy-theory greatest hit... (2022-May-01 • 88 minutes • @jehsmith)
podcast imageEpisode #165 ... Ralph Waldo Emerson - Nature and Other Things
Today we continue our discussion of Emerson. (2022-Apr-30 • 28 minutes • @iamstephenwest)
podcast imageAristotle, Nicomachean Ethics Bk 5 - Justice As Complete Virtue - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics. Specifically it focuses focuses on Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics bk 5, the sort of justice which he picks out as "complete virtue", as virtue practiced not just in relation to oneself, but in relation to others (pros allon). To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonI... (2022-Apr-30 • 13 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageRosa Luxemburg’s ”Reform or Revolution”
In this episode, I cover Rosa Luxemburg's short text, "Reform or Revolution." If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphiloso... paypal.me/theoryphilosophy Twitter: @DavidGuignion IG: @theory... (2022-Apr-30 • 23 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageCoach John Calipari on Stoicism and Realizing Your Potential
Ryan talks to Coach John Calipari about his love of Stoicism, being indifferent to winning and losing, becoming your best self, and more.Coach John Calipari is a Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer, has guided six teams to the Final Four, led one to a national championship and helped 54 players earn selection in the NBA Draft during his 30-year college coaching career. During Calipari's 13 seasons at UK, no coach in the NCAA Tournament has more wins (31), Final Fours (four), Elite Eights (seven)... (2022-Apr-30 • 73 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageEpisode 119 - Letter to Herodotus 8 - More On Perception Through The Atoms
Welcome to Episode One Hundred Nineteen of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world. I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. We encourage you to study Epicurus for yourself, and we sugges... (2022-Apr-30 • 61 minutes • @NewEpicurean)
podcast image108: 3CR's Freedom of Species - talking about Sentientism with Nick Pendergrast - Cross-post bonus episode
This episode is a bonus cross-post from my conversation about Sentientism with Nick Pendergrast on his Freedom of Species show on the 3CR community radio station based in Melbourne. Nick, who was my guest on Sentientism back on episode 88, turns the tables and asks me what's real, what matters and how to make a better world. | Make sure to tune in to 3CR and subscribe to Nick's Freedom of Species and Progressive Podcast Australia podcasts. | Sentientism is “Evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient... (2022-Apr-29 • 60 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast image98: Religious Liberty And The State
This episode of the egg timer reviews the topic of religious liberties and toleration within political communities.  Special focus is given to the tension between the state as a being understood as a supreme authority with the belief by many that actually this is false and God, not the state, is the supreme authority.  | Send you thoughts, questions, or ideas for future episodes to: [email protected]  (2022-Apr-29 • 12 minutes • @MillikinU)
podcast imageThe First Person in Buddhism with Nilanjan Das
In classical South Asian philosophy, as in common sense, most thought that the first-person pronoun “I” stands for the self, something that persists through time, undergoes conscious thoughts and experiences, and exercises control over actions. The Buddhists accepted the “no-self” thesis: they denied that such a self is substantially real. This gave rise to a puzzle for these Buddhists. If there is nothing substantially real that “I” stands for, what are we talking about when we speak of ourselves? Nil... (2022-Apr-29 • 79 minutes • @RIPhilo)
podcast imageEp. 165 - The Philosophy of Philosophy?? w/Dr. Timothy Williamson
What is philosophy? Is this question itself a philosophical question or is it a "meta" philosophical question? Is armchair philosophy an appropriate method of philosophizing or should we all be in labs somewhere helping the scientists? Dr. Timothy Williamson and I discuss these and many more questions in this episode while we cover the second edition of his book, The Philosophy of Philosophy. | Find more from Dr. Williamson here: https://www.philosophy.ox.ac.uk/people/t... | If you like this podcast, then ... (2022-Apr-29 • 104 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast image62. National Treasure (w/ Keith Phipps)
We sit down with Nicolas Cage expert Keith Phipps (author of The Age of Cage) to discuss the second highest grossing film of Cage's career (second only to its sequel). We consider the point at which this film lands in the arc of Cage's career, and how he draws on his well of acting experience to craft a character that blends elements of conspiratorial mania and fifth grade boy scout energy, selling the four-quadrant appeal of a movie about treasure hunting and historical preservation to both children and ad... (2022-Apr-29 • 57 minutes • @cowspod@juskhoo)
podcast imageMetaphysics
The HBS hosts get to the bottom of what is real, what exists, and what is virtual.In this episode, we take head on the question of whether an analysis, understanding, and assumption of reality, in other words, metaphysics, is a crucial task for philosophy. We argue about whether metaphysics should come before social and political theory, political engagement, and ethics. We come clean about our own positions on what is real. In short, we get real with reality.Full episode notes at this link:http://hotelbarp... (2022-Apr-29 • 56 minutes • @hotelbarpodcast@DrLeighMJohnson@c_fpeterson@rickleephilos)
podcast image#619 Philip Dwyer The Darker Angels of Our Nature: Refuting the Pinker Theory of History & Violence
Dr. Philip Dwyer is Professor in the School of Humanities and Social Science at the University of Newcastle, Australia. He has published widely on the Revolutionary and Napoleonic eras, including a three-volume biography of Napoleon. He is the general editor of a four volume Cambridge World History of Violence, and co-editor of the Cambridge History of the Napoleonic Wars. He is the editor of The Darker Angels of Our Nature: Refuting the Pinker Theory of History & Violence. | In this episode, we focus o... (2022-Apr-29 • 59 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageMyth of Normal, Part One
Brain variations which were once advantages are now seen as burdens and disorders that beg for remedies. In this two-part series, IDEAS traces the social and cultural response to brain variation and whether there's a way back to seeing them as advantages. (2022-Apr-29 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageCours particulier 33/35 : Brice Matthieussent, traducteur : "Tout texte est intraduisible, mais il faut quand même tout traduire !"
durée : 00:59:59 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - La traduction est une situation étrange : un voyage entre deux langues, de quel côté faut-il aller ? Certains sont sourciers, restent près de la langue source, d’autres sont ciblistes : oubliant le texte de départ et faisant couler les mots dans la langue française… Où se situe Brice Matthieussent ? - invités : Brice Matthieussent écrivain et traducteur (2022-Apr-29 • 60 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imagePhilosophy & Cryptocurrency with Sebastian Purcell
Do crytpocurrencies and blockchain technology figure substantially in the possibility of financial freedom for those who currently are lacking in wealth? Or does the hype really just indicate that all things crypto are based on a speculative bubble and Ponzi schemes? Prof. Sebastian Purcell (SUNY, Cortland) discusses the legal, technological, and philosophical novelties behind cryptocurrencies that can potentially transform our lives for the better. He also weaves in how Aztec philosophy can help us think t... (2022-Apr-29 • 74 minutes • @ToddMei1)
podcast imageEpisode 17 - Racism & Blackness with Ian Partman
Ian Partman (he/they) is a 19-year old student, writer, activist, and artist based in New York City. He is the founder of Ignite Collective, a national organization of young activists who work to resist police violence through mutual aid and direct actio... (2022-Apr-29 • 106 minutes • @lifeplatoscave@MarioVeen)
podcast imageHume on Causation
In this episode, I go through the claims Hume makes about causation in 'An Enquiry concerning Human Understanding', and why he takes causal inference to be an unreliable model for making rational claims about the world. Enjoy!  | If you'd like to get in contact, message me on Twitter (@fiveminutephil1) or Instagram (@fiveminutephilosophy).  (2022-Apr-29 • 7 minutes • @fiveminutephil1@lottie_pike)
podcast image0G183: SCP and Antimemetics
Not long before the meds wear off so gotta be quick. We're covering the SCP antimemetics hub. Your mission is to start at the top of the page and familiarize yourself with everything in order from the top down through the report entitled "Your last... (2022-Apr-29 • 63 minutes • @0gPhilosophy)
podcast imagePurification and the Moral Life: The Ethics of Hunger and Eating
Few of life’s activities are as morally complicated as eating. If food has become, in our time, a source of nourishment for what Iris Murdoch calls the “fat relentless ego”, what might it mean to transform food into a means of achieving companionability with others? (2022-Apr-28 • 60 minutes • @RadioNational)
podcast imageEV - 238 Movement secularism and far-right cultural collapse narratives with Martin Rooke
My guest this week is Martin Rooke (@DrMRooke), a research fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School who’s currently studying the evolution of the far-right “cultural collapse” narrative. We compare notes on the role of movement secularism in the recent rise in those narratives. Martin's Substack: https://eftr.substack.com/ The Center for Technology and Social Change: https://shorensteincenter.org/programs/t... Kristin Kobes DuMez Music by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosop... (2022-Apr-28 • 69 minutes • @ETVPod)
podcast image#618 Lee McIntyre - How to Talk to a Science Denier
Dr. Lee McIntyre is a Research Fellow at the Center for Philosophy and History of Science at Boston University. His new book is How to Talk to a Science Denier: Conversations with Flat Earthers, Climate Deniers, and Others Who Defy Reason. | In this episode, we focus on How to Talk to a Science Denier. We characterize a science denier, and talk about the five tropes of science denial. We discuss how politics and ideology influence science denial. We talk about the strategies people can use to engage with sc... (2022-Apr-28 • 60 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageRalph Waldo Emerson, pour un nouveau départ 4/4 : Que serait Proust sans Emerson ?
durée : 00:58:03 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Ralph Waldo Emerson est traduit en Français immédiatement après sa parution américaine : en 1851, Marcel Proust plonge alors dans son oeuvre... Qu'a-t-il puisé dans les écrits de l'essayiste américain ? Et en quoi le soleil est-il l'un des liens entre les deux hommes ? - invités : Antoine Compagnon Professeur au Collège de France depuis 2006, titulaire de la chaire de Littérature française moderne et contemporaine (2022-Apr-28 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageIs 'God' a good thing? Part 3 - the source of religious moral authority
In this episode, we finish our series (of 3 episodes) exploring the intersection of 'God' and morality. You'll note the use of quotation marks, this is because we explore the moral implications of theism and organized religion in a way that is not limited to faith-based belief. This means both looking purely at the incentives around belief rather than basing belief on faith, but also weighing up the pros and cons of organized religion and their impact on society. Did it help to instill moral norms and unity... (2022-Apr-28 • 20 minutes • @MoralityofThe@AnthonyNCollias)
podcast imageWhat Gets The Leftover You? | Wants Make You A Servant
Ryan talks about where you should place your attention, and reads The Daily Stoic’s entry of the day.InsideTracker provides you with a personalized plan to improve your metabolism, reduce stress, improve sleep, and optimize your health for the long haul. For a limited time, get 20% off the entire InsideTracker store. Just go to insidetracker.com/STOIC to claim this deal.Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: http://DailyStoic.com/emailFollow us: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, and Facebook (2022-Apr-28 • 10 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageAristotle, Nicomachean Ethics Bk 5 - Six Types Of Justice - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics. Specifically it focuses focuses on Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics bk 5, where Aristotle says that "justice is an equivocal term", meaning that there are multiple senses of the term "justice". A careful analysis of Aristotle's text reveals that there are actually six main conceptions of justice discussed by him there: legal justice, justice as complete virtue, distributive justice, cor... (2022-Apr-28 • 21 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageM muses on Twitter and Elon Musk via InfoWars
Josh is sick with the novel coronavirus, so M fills in forty minutes talking about free speech, Elon Musk, and trying to remember whatever was the issue with Hunter Biden's laptop... (2022-Apr-28 • 41 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast imageIdeas from the Trenches: The Endless Rebellion
Retired army captain Cheng Xu left his 10-year military career to seek answers to a vexing question: how is it that some insurgencies turn violent and spiral into seemingly chaotic and unending horror, while others achieve their objectives and resolve with relative peace and speed? *This episode originally aired on October 1, 2021. (2022-Apr-28 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageLori Gruen & Animal Ethics in War and Peace
We don’t often think of animals as war casualties, but animals die in large numbers in every war. Sometimes as specific targets, to deprive the enemy of a food source, sometimes trapped in zoos and shelters, and other times as wildlife. But their deaths are never officially counted, and the senseless killing animals, unlike the killing of innocent civilians, is not considered a war crime. So do we have special moral duties towards animals in war, given that they have no conception of what war is, and it is ... (2022-Apr-27 • 81 minutes • @newsphilosophy@philosopher1923)
podcast imageRalph Waldo Emerson, pour un nouveau départ 3/4 : Aux origines de l'écologie
durée : 00:59:29 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Au XIXème siècle, d'Emerson à Thoreau, la pensée américaine développe une conscience écologique, faisant évoluer la nature d’une figure mélancolique à un vaste espace à découvrir mais aussi protéger… Les Etats-Unis sont-ils à l'origine de l’éthique environnementale moderne ? - invités : Anne Dalsuet enseignante de philosophie au lycée Maurice Utrillo à Stains et interrogatrice en classe préparatoire des lycées Chaptal et Janson-de-Sa... (2022-Apr-27 • 59 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEpisode 48: Crime and Punishment with Thomas Hibbs
In this episode, I speak with philosopher Thomas Hibbs (Baylor) about Dostoyevsky's famous novel, Crime and Punishment. We discuss how Raskolnikov gets trapped in various philosophical theories he has embraced, and what might help him go from theory to authentic human life again. Along the way, we discuss the limitations of philosophy, the importance of literature as an antidote to modern moral theorizing, and the genre of confessions. And, of course, we talk about suffering, and why Raskolnikov needs to em... (2022-Apr-27 • 76 minutes • @eudaimoniapod@jennfrey)
podcast imageR.C. Buford on Leadership, Evaluating Character, and Building Championship Cultures | When Something Breaks
Ryan reads today’s daily meditation and talks to R.C. Buford about how the Spurs went about trying to build a culture of sustainable success, the hallmarks of building great cultures, the benefit of diversity within an organization, and more.This is an excerpt from the Daily Stoic Leadership Challenge, a 9-week course that was built to mirror the kind of education that produced historically great leaders like Marcus Aurelius. It is now a recorded course, which means all participants will join the course and... (2022-Apr-27 • 73 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageEpisode 121: Dream Theater: On 'Mandy' and 'The Band Wagon'
Phil and JF discuss the film musical comedy "The Band Wagon" and the psychedelic horror film "Mandy" and discover that these films actually have a lot in common. (2022-Apr-27 • 64 minutes • @weirdstudies@JF_Martel)
podcast imageMoment of Encounter: Maaza Mengiste
In her lecture for the Global Centre for Pluralism, writer and Booker Prize nominee Maaza Mengiste turns to photographs from the war between Ethiopia and Italy in the 1930s to explore how historical narratives are constructed, what they overlook, and the murky realities in between. *This episode originally aired on May 20, 2021. (2022-Apr-27 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageInterview: Steve Hayward on Weber's Politics as a Vocation
This week, the guys are joined by author, political commentator, and policy scholar Steven F. Hayward. The group take a look at the underlying themes of Max Weber's Politics as a Vocation, as well as some potential consequences of the line of logic... (2022-Apr-27 • 57 minutes • @thenewthinkery@alexpriou@GregMcBrayer3@Tempest1610)
podcast imageSociogeny | Frantz Fanon | Keyword
In this short episode, I present Frantz Fanon's notion of "Sociogeny." If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphiloso... @DavidGuignion IG: @theory_and_ph... (2022-Apr-27 • 5 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageImmanuel Kant, Groundwork - The Limits Of Practical Philosophy - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 18th century philosopher Immanuel Kant's work of ethics, The Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals. Specifically it examines his discussion of the limits of practical philosophy - and the practical use of reason - towards the end of that work. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM Y... (2022-Apr-27 • 12 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast image27. Happy birthday, Marcus Aurelius!
Join Rob and Massimo for a celebration of Marcus Aurelius' 1900th birthday. We talk about the passages in the Meditations that have most influenced our lives, ask whether Marcus persecuted Christians, why he didn't abolish slavery, and why on earth he picked Commodus to succeed him! [Episode extracted from a show formerly known as the Stoa Nova Conversations.] (2022-Apr-26 • 60 minutes • @CityCollegeNY)
podcast imageBeethoven's Scowl
Since Ludwig van Beethoven's death, he’s been used as a symbol of big ideas, from liberalism to nationalism to manliness. This documentary examines the shifting image of Beethoven, and his malleability as a symbol. *This episode originally aired on September 21, 2020. (2022-Apr-26 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageJapa Pallikkathayil
I ask the philosopher Japa Pallikkathayil five questions about herself. | | Japa Pallikkathayil is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh. She is the author of “Persons and Bodies” (2017), “The Possibility of Choice” (2011), and other essays in moral and political philosophy. (2022-Apr-26 • 22 minutes • @KieranSetiya)
podcast imageEveryday philosophy, Extraordinary life | Timothy Williamson
Timothy Williamson discusses how philosophy occupies the everyday. (2022-Apr-26 • 25 minutes • @IAI_TV)
podcast imageThe Unconscious
What do Freudian slips, Josie and the Pussycats, and solving math problems have in common? Psychoanalysis claims to have some answers! Sigmund Freud suggests that unconscious desires, fears, and trauma influence us without us being conscious of them. In pop culture, the unconscious is often depicted as the realm of dirty thoughts and subliminal messages, but does the unconscious actually even exist? In episode 50 (!), Ellie and David explore the unconscious and the existentialist challenge to it from Jean-P... (2022-Apr-26 • 57 minutes • @overthink_pod@ellieanderphd@DrPenaGuzman1)
podcast imageRalph Waldo Emerson, pour un nouveau départ 2/4 : “Je pleure de savoir que les pleurs ne m’apprennent rien”
durée : 00:58:15 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - En 1842, Emerson perd son petit garçon, malade de la scarlatine. "La nature s'en voit déshonorée", l'esprit en deuil est sceptique, le réel s'éloigne, et il le raconte dans son essai "Expérience". Mais quel est le pire dans le deuil ? Est-ce finalement la certitude que malgré tout, la vie continue ? (2022-Apr-26 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEp. 67: What is Disagreement? (Part I)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony discuss the nature of disagreement: What is the difference between agreement and disagreement? What types of disagreements are there? What is the difference between a disagreement and a verbal dispute? Is it correct to describe the social-political conflict that characterizes our time as a matter of disagreement? Or is it something else? (2022-Apr-26 • 46 minutes • @LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast imageThe Golden Mean
After a 6 month hiatus, I'm back! In this episode, I talk about Aristotle's 'Golden Mean' - a commentary about virtue, found in his 'Nicomachean Ethics'. Enjoy!  (2022-Apr-26 • 6 minutes • @fiveminutephil1@lottie_pike)
podcast image#617 Frans de Waal - Different: Gender Through the Eyes of a Primatologist
Dr. Frans de Waal is a Dutch primatologist and ethologist. He is Emeritus Candler Professor at Emory University, and Emeritus Professor at the University of Utrecht, and author of numerous books including Chimpanzee Politics, The Bonobo and the Atheist, Mamma’s Last Hug, and, more recently, Different: Gender Through the Eyes of a Primatologist. | In this episode, we focus on Different. We first ask where behavioral sex differences come from, and how we compare to other great Apes. We discuss self-socializat... (2022-Apr-25 • 58 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast image194 | Frans de Waal on Culture and Gender in Primates
I talk with Frans de Waal about culture, empathy, morality, politics, and gender in various primate species. (2022-Apr-25 • 68 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast imageRalph Waldo Emerson, pour un nouveau départ 1/4 : Ralph Waldo Emerson, le premier intellectuel américain ?
durée : 00:58:12 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Souvent considéré comme le premier intellectuel américain, maître à penser de Thoreau, de Nietzsche, de Proust, et l’auteur d'essais mal connus en France mais véritables best-sellers aux Etats-Unis, qui est Ralph Waldo Emerson ? - invités : Thomas Constantinesco maître de conférences à l’Université de Paris, spécialiste de littérature américaine du 19ème siècle (2022-Apr-25 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageBeyond Fate: Margaret Visser's 2002 Massey Lectures
Freedom, democracy, human rights... These are some of the most important pillars of modern society. But recently, our relationship to these ideals has shifted drastically. IDEAS revisits writer and broadcaster Margaret Visser's 2002 Massey Lectures which examines these concepts — their strengths and their limitations. (2022-Apr-25 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageThis Is What They’re Going To Say | The Freedom of Contempt
Ryan talks about the power of Memento Mori, and reads this week’s meditation from The Daily Stoic Journal.🗓 Get your Memento Mori Life Calendar at https://dailystoic.com/mmcalendarSign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://DailyStoic.com/emailFollow us: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, and Facebook (2022-Apr-25 • 9 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageS1E6 - Tomy Ames on Taking Time Out of Academia, Aphantasia, and Interdisciplinary PhD Programs
Tomy Ames is a graduate student in the Philosophy, Neuroscience and Psychology (PNP) program at Washington University in St Louis (WUSTL). We’ll be talking about Tomy’s transition from a career in business to graduate philosophy, his experiences in the PNP program at WUSTL, and his research on aphantasia and episodic memory. If, after listening, you’d like to get in touch with Tomy, you can find his email address listed on his website: www.tomyames.com, and Tomy is also active on Twitter at @tomyames. | Fin... (2022-Apr-25 • 24 minutes • @KOosterum@99lewiswilliams)
podcast imageEp. 292: Langer on Symbolic Music (Part One)
On Susanne Langer's Philosophy in a New Key (1942), ch. 8-10. Is music (the supposedly non-representational artform) a language? If it's "expressive," what exactly does it express? Part two of this episode is only going to be available to you if you... (2022-Apr-25 • 52 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageEp. 164 - Is Faith Moral or Epistemological? Is It Even Rational? w/Dr. Travis Dickinson
What is faith? Dr. Travis Dickinson argues that we ought to view faith in a moral realm rather than an epistemological realm. We cover one of his academic papers as well as parts of his new book, Logic and the Way of Jesus.  | Check out more from Travis here: http://www.travisdickinson.com/about/ | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $1, $3, or $5 a month. Any amount helps, and for $5 you get a Parker's Pensées sticker and instant access to all the episode as I record them instead ... (2022-Apr-25 • 62 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageWilliam Irwin: The Meaning of Metallica: Ride the Lyrics | STM Podcast #128
On episode 128, we welcome philosopher William Irwin to discuss his new book ‘The Meaning of Metallica’, the band’s rise to fame and why so many identified with their music, ‘Master of Puppets’ and the insidious nature of addiction, the... (2022-Apr-24 • 58 minutes • @seize_podcast@EgoEndsNow@leonscafe31)
podcast image488: Explanation at Its Best
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/exp... both everyday life and science, we often feel the pull of simpler, more elegant, or more beautiful explanations. For example, you notice the street is wet and infer the best explanation is that it rained earlier. But are we justified in assuming these tidy explanations are most likely to be true? What makes an explanation “simple” or “elegant” in the first place? And can the “loveliness” of an explanation ever be a good guide to its “likeliness”? Josh and ... (2022-Apr-24 • 11 minutes • @philtalkradio)
podcast imageThree Potential Russian Spies (What the Conspiracy!)
Josh tells M about three potential Russian spies in this episode of "What the Conspiracy!" — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Cons... (2022-Apr-24 • 41 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast imageHoP 395 - Music of the Spheres - Johannes Kepler
Johannes Kepler fuses Platonist philosophy with a modified version of Copernicus’ astronomy. (2022-Apr-24 • 25 minutes • @HistPhilosophy)
podcast imageEpisode 106, Four Thousand Weeks (Part III - Further Analysis and Discussion)
Welcome to ‘Episode 106 (Part III of III)’, in which we’ll be evaluating Burkeman’s views on time management. (2022-Apr-24 • 47 minutes • @ThePanpsycast@_JackSymes@MrMarleyTeach)
podcast imageEvolutionary Psychology | Justin Garson
Is evolution the root cause of racism, rape, and disgust? Are differences between men and women a result of both nature and nurture? Are some forms of scientific inquiry too dangerous to allow?   | Justin's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Biological-Mind-P... | Brain in a Vat bookshop (Shopify): https://smarturl.it/BrainShop | Brain in a Vat bookshop (Amazon): https://smarturl.it/BrainAmazonShop (2022-Apr-24 • 54 minutes • @JasonWerbeloff)
podcast imageSex, death and chilli sauce
In order to come to terms with death, we need to come to terms with sex – but this can involve a double bind for women. Is the age-old association of women with death and sexuality helpful or harmful? And what does this all have to do with chilli sauce? (2022-Apr-24 • 28 minutes • @DavidPZone)
podcast imageRobert Greene on the War in Ukraine
Bismark says that “Fools learn from experience. I prefer to learn from the experience of others.” The best way to understand the present is to study the past. That’s what makes Robert Greene’s work so great. He crystalizes the best historical lessons about war, strategy, and power that can help us make sense of the problems that we face in the modern world.In today’s episode Robert Greene brings you his take on the war that is taking place in Ukraine, seen through the lens of his book the 33 Strategies of W... (2022-Apr-24 • 47 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageWes Yang on the Culture War
(2022-Apr-24 • 199 minutes • @eriktorenberg@PatrickJBlum)
podcast imageImmanuel Kant, Groundwork - The Dialectic Of Reason - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 18th century philosopher Immanuel Kant's work of ethics, The Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals. Specifically it examines his discussion of what he terms a "dialectic" of reason near the end of the work. this dialectic has to do with the freedom of the human rational will - which is an idea of reason - and the law-bound necessity of nature - which is a concept of the understanding. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler ... (2022-Apr-23 • 11 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageStacey Abrams on Leveling up and Serving the Common Good
Ryan talks to Stacey Abrams about the true meaning of the word Stoic, the notion of scaling and leveling up in business, the importance of serving the common good, and more.The name Stacey Abrams has become synonymous with voting accessibility and turnout, making history by becoming the first woman and first African American woman to hold positions in state and national politics. Stacey is now one of the most prominent African American female politicians in the United States. She rose to national prominence... (2022-Apr-23 • 67 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageJudith Jarvis Thomson’s ”A Defense of Abortion”
In this episode, I present Judith Jarvis Thomson's "A Defense of Abortion," an incredibly relevant text even after 50 years. If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphiloso... paypal.me/theor... (2022-Apr-23 • 24 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageImmanuel Kant, Groundwork - Freedom Of The Will - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 18th century philosopher Immanuel Kant's work of ethics, The Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals. Specifically it examines Kant's discussion of the freedom of the will. In his view, the will is a type of causality that belongs to living rational beings, and freedom is a property of that causality, involving being able to determine or effect matters independently of other causes and physical (or psycho-social) laws. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreo... (2022-Apr-22 • 10 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageJ S MILL & SOCIALISM with Helen McCabe
A deep dive into J S Mill's relationship with socialism with Helen McCabe. We cover Mill's moral foundations, pre-Marxian Socialism, the nature and history of liberalism and socialism, their interpretation today, and if Mill's vision is a realizable one. Website: https://www.politicalphi... https://www.patreon.com/PoliticalPhiloso... (2022-Apr-22 • 138 minutes • @PolPhilPod)
podcast imageFlâneuse: Women Walk the City
The flâneur is the quintessentially masculine figure of privilege and leisure who strides the capitals of the world with abandon. But it is the flâneuse that captures the imagination of cultural critic Lauren Elkin. IDEAS takes you on a walk through the streets of Paris with the author. (2022-Apr-22 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image#280 — The Future of Artificial Intelligence
A Conversation with Eric Schmidt (2022-Apr-22 • 38 minutes • @SamHarrisOrg)
podcast imageJapanese Philosophers on Plato’s Ideas with Noburu Notomi
Plato has been one of the most important philosophers in the West and is now read all over the world. He has undergone a lot of research in academia, but Noburu Notomi suspects that modern readers have missed some essential factors in analyzing Plato’s texts and thoughts. In order to correctly understand his central theory of Ideas and reconsider the potential of Plato’s philosophy in the modern world, Notomi discusses the reactions of four Japanese philosophers of the twentieth century to Plato’s Ideas, sh... (2022-Apr-22 • 65 minutes • @RIPhilo)
podcast imageImmortality
The HBS hosts talk about the striving to live forever in physical, psychical, and social dimensions.Immortality seems to be a spoken and unspoken obsession within contemporary culture, whether through the obsession with maintaining youthful looks through diet, exercise or, medical procedure or the hope for a future where people can live on as memories or even as digital intelligences. We talk about the underlying motivations for this hope, what it may say about the underlying dynamics of our culture in rega... (2022-Apr-22 • 54 minutes • @hotelbarpodcast@DrLeighMJohnson@c_fpeterson@rickleephilos)
podcast image0G182: John and Sun-Hee and End of Life Ethics
So, this wasn't exactly a light and breezy episode, content warning for getting really earnest about end of life stuff. But it felt valuable so hopefully it feels that way to y'all too. Content: Editing by Luisa Lyons, check out her amazing podcast... (2022-Apr-22 • 59 minutes • @0gPhilosophy)
podcast image#34: In praise of half heartedness
If you want something, you need to put in 110% to get it, right? Well, sure, if what you want is to turn yourself into an anxious mess. If you really want to achieve your goals, you need to take a smarter approach. You need to relax, stop trying so hard, and aim for just 'good enough'. For the 'good enough' exercise mentioned in the episode, go here.Reference:Haugen, T., Seiler, S., Sandbakk, Ø. et al. The Training and Development of Elite Sprint Performance: an Integration of Scientific... (2022-Apr-22 • 14 minutes • @AcademicImp@rebecca_roache)
podcast image#616 John Baird Callicott: Environmental Philosophy, Ethics, and Climate Change
Dr. John Baird Callicott is Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus and a member of the Department of Philosophy and Religion and the Institute of Applied Sciences at the University of North Texas. He is a philosopher whose work has been at the forefront of the new field of environmental philosophy and ethics. He is the author of books like In Defense of the Land Ethic, Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, and Greek Natural Philosophy: The Presocratics and Their Importance for Environmenta... (2022-Apr-22 • 56 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageCours particulier 32/35 : Lila Bouadma, réanimatrice : "Je ne pense jamais à ma propre mort"
durée : 00:59:18 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Qu’est-ce que le métier de réanimateur ? "Réanimer" un corps, est-ce sauver ou accompagner ? Comment parler de la mort à l'hôpital ? Quelles sont les inégalités auxquelles font face les femmes dans le métier de soignant ? Quelle place doit jouer l'hôpital au sein de la société ? - invités : Lila Bouadma Réanimatrice à l'hôpital Bichat (2022-Apr-22 • 59 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEpisode #164 ... Ralph Waldo Emerson - Self Reliance
Today we talk about Emerson and his essay about self reliance. (2022-Apr-22 • 34 minutes • @iamstephenwest)
podcast imageUNLOCKED - Hitchcock
All the way back in our first episode we said we needed to do an episode on Zizek and Hitchcock. And here it is! This week we read "The Hitchcockian Blot" essay in Looking Awry. Along with this text, we talk about Rear Window, Psycho, and The Birds &... Enjoy! For the full episode (and many more), visit our patreon. (2022-Apr-22 • 51 minutes • @zizekand)
podcast image97: Transhumanism and Immortality: Part 2
More discussion of transhumanism and immortality with focus given to why many people are not so sure they would want to live forever.   | Send your thoughts, questions, and ideas for future episodes to: [email protected] | Art Attribution: By Lucas Cranach the Elder - Unknown source, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.ph... | (2022-Apr-22 • 12 minutes • @MillikinU)
podcast imageEp. 163 - What Would an Artificial Thinker Be Like? w/Dr. Eric Olson
Can robots think? Is artificial intelligence possible? Dr. Eric Olson argues that AI theorists focus all of their attention on artificial thought and not enough on what an artificial thinker would be like. In this episode of the Parker's Pensées Podcast, we cover Dr. Olson's chapter "The Metaphysics of Artificial Intelligence" in Consciousness and the Ontology of Properties. Dr. Olson brings out some of the problems which arise when trying to nail down just what exactly an artificial thinker would be. | If ... (2022-Apr-22 • 83 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast image107: "The Weight of Empathy" - author Lucas Spiegel - Sentientism
Lucas studied and practiced architecture in the U.S., Canada, and India before leaving it all behind in an effort to rethink what it is to live a meaningful life. Since then he's traveled the world, started a philanthropic enterprise, Haven Hearts, and written a beautiful, compassionate book. Along the way he enjoys playing frisbee, making things with his hands, and befriending every dog who crosses his path. | He is the author of The Weight of Empathy, a travel memoir. Lucas describes it as an exploration ... (2022-Apr-22 • 106 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast imageEV - 237 Defining "religion" with Chris Kavanagh
My returning guest this week is Chris Kavanagh (@C_Kavanagh), a cultural anthropologist and co-host of the Decoding the Gurus pod. We discuss competing accounts of how to define "religion" and their implications for church and state conflicts. Decoding the Gurus: https://decoding-the-gurus.captivate.fm/... article about defining religion: https://aeon.co/essays/can-religion-be-b... Muriel Barbery, The Elegance of the Hedgehog Music by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosoph... (2022-Apr-21 • 66 minutes • @ETVPod)
podcast imageReclaiming Shame
Can shame be positive? Some philosophers see it as an emotion that can improve social relationships, and cultivate a better self. Philosophers Owen Flanagan gives context based on his book, How to Do Things with Emotions, and Bongrae Seok explains the shame in the longstanding Confucian tradition. (2022-Apr-21 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageEpisode 118 - Letter to Herodotus 7 - Images - There's More To Them Than Meets the Eye
Welcome to Episode One Hundred Eighteen of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world.I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. We encourage you to study Epicurus for yourself, and we suggest... (2022-Apr-21 • 71 minutes • @NewEpicurean)
podcast imageThe Problem of Induction and the Uniformity of Nature
Matt Lutz returns to the podcast to explain his (in his opinion, very neglected) solution to the "counter-induction parody" argument, which is used to bolster Hume's notorious argument for inductive skepticism. Spencer makes a big personal announcement. (2022-Apr-21 • 91 minutes • @ADigressions@SpencerJayCase)
podcast imageImmanuel Kant, Groundwork - The 3rd Formulation Of The Categorical Imperative - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 18th century philosopher Immanuel Kant's work of ethics, The Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals. Specifically it examines To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 2000 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Kant's G... (2022-Apr-21 • 10 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imagePurification and the Moral Life: Disciplining the Eyes
There are habits of seeing which can corrupt our moral lives, or clutter our vision, or defile our imaginations. Just as there is a “contemptuous gaze”, as Iris Murdoch puts it, there are also “eyes tempered by grace”. So what might it mean to undergo a “fast for the eyes” in order to see the world more clearly? (2022-Apr-21 • 61 minutes • @RadioNational)
podcast imageJane Austen, quatre romans et beaucoup de mariages 4/4 : “Emma”, un plaidoyer pour le célibat ?
durée : 00:58:23 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Pour Virginia Woolf, "Emma" contient tous les éléments de la grandeur de Jane Austen, qui y déploie une écriture du quotidien, faisant du fait qu'une jeune fille aille envoyer une lettre sous la pluie un grand événement... Cette jeune fille, Emma, refuse le mariage, comme un miroir de l'écrivaine ? - invités : Dominique Barbéris Romancière, auteure d'études littéraires et enseignante, spécialiste en stylistique (2022-Apr-21 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageThe Old Way Is Not The Only Way | Don't Let Your Attention Slide
Ryan talks about why you should be open to change, and reads The Daily Stoic’s entry of the day.Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: http://DailyStoic.com/emailFollow us: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, and Facebook (2022-Apr-21 • 10 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast image#615 Mark Moffett - The Human Swarm: How Our Societies Arise, Thrive, and Fall
Dr. Mark W. Moffett is a tropical biologist and research associate at the Smithsonian and used to be a visiting scholar in the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University, which he used to write his book, The Human Swarm: How Our Societies Arise, Thrive, and Fall. | In this episode, we focus on The Human Swarm. We go through topics like: what is a society; what makes humans successful; different types of hunter-gatherer societies; how societies scale up; markers of membership; how people ... (2022-Apr-21 • 52 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageA Cardiologist, A Lawyer, and A Philosopher Walk Into A Podcast
Gwendolyn Dolske and Rudy Salo talk with long time friend Dr. Anthony McCanta (Pediatric Cardiologist) about the humanity in medicine. What goes into data interpetation? How are decisions made? What do we know and don't know about... (2022-Apr-21 • 54 minutes • @InTheDetailsPod@GDolske@SaloRudy)
podcast imageThe Mirror Stage | Jacques Lacan | Keyword
In this episode, I present Jacques Lacan's notion of the Mirror Stage. If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphiloso... @DavidGuignion IG: @theory_and_ph... (2022-Apr-20 • 8 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageThomas Piketty on the Politics of Equality
“The history of equality or inequality cannot just be an economic history. It has to be a political history.” (2022-Apr-20 • 53 minutes • @tylercowen)
podcast imageJohn Mackey on Conscious Capitalism and Doing Good | A Reminder This Spring You Cannot Miss
Ryan reads today’s daily meditation and talks to CEO John Mackey about how to be conscious of how your actions affect the world around you, the Stoic’s concept of the “circles of concern,” why you should do as much good as you can in the world, and more.Our new Memento Mori Life Calendar has 4,160 dots, each dot representing a week of your life and each row representing 2 years of your life. By filling in the Memento Mori Life Calendar every week, you will not only see how much life you've already live... (2022-Apr-20 • 77 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageJane Austen, quatre romans et beaucoup de mariages 3/4 : “Northanger Abbey”, tasse de thé, château hanté et mansplaining
durée : 00:58:27 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Comment dénoncer la violence des relations nauséeuses entre les sexes à la fin du 18ème siècle ? Par la fiction ! Jane Austen, parodiant le roman gothique alors en vogue en Angleterre, s'empare de sa plume et écrit "Northanger Abbey", qui paraîtra après sa mort. - invités : Frédéric Ogée professeur à l’UFR d’études anglophones de l’Université Paris-Diderot (2022-Apr-20 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imagePriyambada Sarkar, "Language, Limits, and Beyond: Early Wittgenstein and Rabindranath Tagore" (Oxford UP, 2021)
What does a Bengali intellectual and poet have in common with a British-Austrian logician and philosopher? In Language, Limits, and Beyond: Early Wittgenstein and Rabindranath Tagore (Oxford University Press, 2021), Priyambada Sarkar explores the shared fascination both of these figures have with the limitations of language, the nature of the ineffable, and the role of poetry in our appreciatin both. While we know that the young Ludwig Wittgenstein read Tagore’s works to the Vienna Circle, Sarkar goes beyon... (2022-Apr-20 • 59 minutes • @NewBooksPhil)
podcast imageHomer's Iliad, Books 1 and 2 | The New Thinkery Ep. 92
This week, the guys take a trip back to ancient Greece to discuss the first two books of Homer's Iliad. Plus: a cameo appearance from David's son! (2022-Apr-20 • 52 minutes • @thenewthinkery@alexpriou@GregMcBrayer3@Tempest1610)
podcast imageCecile Fabre on the Ethics of Spying
Spying raises many ethical issues, but these are rarely discussed - at least by philosophers. Cécile Fabre, author of a recent book on the topic, Spying Through a Glass Darkly, discusses some of these issues with Nigel Warburton in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. This episode is sponsored by The New European newspaper. (2022-Apr-20 • 25 minutes • @philosophybites@DavidEdmonds100)
podcast imageMichel Foucault, The Subject And Power - Power Relations And Strategy - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the 20th century philosopher and historian, Michel Foucault, "The Subject and Power" It focuses specifically on the section "Relations of Power and Relations of Strategy", in which Foucault distinguishes three different senses of the term "strategy" and discusses how they apply to power relations To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/Reason... (2022-Apr-20 • 16 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageIs 'God' a good thing? Part 2 - has religion been a net good for society?
In this episode, we continue our series (of 3 episodes) exploring the intersection of 'God' and morality. You'll note the use of quotation marks, this is because we explore the moral implications of theism and organized religion in a way that is not limited to faith-based belief. This means both looking purely at the incentives around belief rather than basing belief on faith, but also weighing up the pros and cons of organized religion and their impact on society. Did it help to instill moral norms and uni... (2022-Apr-20 • 35 minutes • @MoralityofThe@AnthonyNCollias)
podcast imageThe CIA interferes with Aotearoa
Josh and M discuss a recent article by Murray Horton, over at Covert Action Magazine, about the CIA's purported role in the Māori Loans Affair of the late 1980s. — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: podcas... (2022-Apr-20 • 44 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast imageWhy Is Inflammation a Dangerous Necessity?
The immune system protects us from a full spectrum of pathogens, but without balance, it can end up hurting us over time, too. The immunologist Shruti Naik explains how our defenses can turn on us. The post Why Is Inflammation a Dangerous Necessity? first appeared on Quanta Magazine (2022-Apr-20 • 40 minutes • @QuantaMagazine@stevenstrogatz)
podcast image36 | What is Utopia? Part II. Plato's Republic (with Owen Alldritt)
In this episode, we talk with Owen Alldritt about justice. We come to Plato’s defense against the Western philosophical canon, mostly in spite of ourselves, and insist on the True coinciding with the Good. What does this all have to do with utopia, you ask? As it turns out, Plato is a realist and he thinks we can know the Good in itself, organize our cities accordingly, and realize justice…or at least philosophers can. Good luck to everyone else! patreon to support | follow us @leftofphil References: The ... (2022-Apr-20 • 67 minutes • @leftofphil@gdmorejon@whitherutopia@oglynwil@classreductress)
podcast imageStealing History: The Looting of Antiquities
For centuries, the looting of cultural artifacts has been a fraught discussion in the art world, and for government institutions. Many of these artifacts were taken from their places of origin during wars and conquests. Some never make their way back, and end up on the black market. But what's the real consequence of these lootings? (2022-Apr-20 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageEpisode 168: World Tour of Philosophy:Italy Part 4
This week join Danny, Nesso and Dr Mike as they explore patronage, the nature of art and the melting point of ice cream. Yes, we are on the prowl looking for sweet, sweet patronage. Let’s face it, why should artists get all the cash and the rock n roll life style? Surely Philosophers deserve a slice of the good life?? But what is the cost of “working for the man”? Was the Renaissance art world the better for it support from wealthy fat cats such as the Medici family? Status, better working conditions, expen... (2022-Apr-20 • 28 minutes • @PhilosophyWtf)
podcast imageWas Richard Dawkins wrong about memes? | Massimo Pigliucci, Hilary Lawson, Joanna Bryson
Massimo Pigliucci, Hilary Lawson and Joanna Bryson debate whether memetics should go. (2022-Apr-19 • 45 minutes • @IAI_TV)
podcast imageBob Stalnaker
I ask the philosopher Bob Stalnaker five questions about himself. | | Bob Stalnaker is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at MIT. He is the author of several books, including “Inquiry” (1984), “Our Knowledge of the Internal World” (2008), and “Context” (2014). (2022-Apr-19 • 24 minutes • @KieranSetiya)
podcast imageMichel Foucault, The Subject And Power - Specificity Of Power Relations - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the 20th century philosopher and historian, Michel Foucault, "The Subject and Power" It focuses specifically on the section "What Constitutes The Specificity Of Power Relations?" in which Foucault notes that power relations, while they may include violence or consent, are really something different, involving "action upon action", or "acting upon the possibilities of action of other people". To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.... (2022-Apr-19 • 17 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageEpisode 235: Animated Objects
We didn’t get river spirits and mischievous sootballs from panpsychism, so this time we go straight to the source - a defense of animism, and in a top 10 analytic philosophy journal. Could a failed argument for the existence of God establish the existence of trees and mountains with “interiority” and “social characteristics”? Tamler wants to believe, but can this argument push him over the edge? Plus – speaking of top journals, a doozy of social psych article: Can forgiveness rehumanize the self? How many... (2022-Apr-19 • 111 minutes • @verybadwizards@peez@tamler)
podcast imageEp. 29 Marcus Aurelius, the Stoic Emperor - Stoic Thinkers Part 3
Born in the second century, Marcus Aurelius is one of the best known philosophical thinkers and highly regarded for his book "Meditations". Join us as we review the life and philosophy of the Roman emperor and Stoic thinker Marcus Aurelius. This is part three of our series on Stoic thinkers.Open Door Philosophy on Twitter @d_parsonage or @opendoorphilOpen Door Philosophy on Instagram @opendoorphilosophyOpen Door Philosophy website at opendoorphilosophy.comContact us via email at opendoorphilosophy... (2022-Apr-19 • 62 minutes • @opendoorphil@d_parsonage)
podcast imageJane Austen, quatre romans et beaucoup de mariages 2/4 : Orgueil, préjugés et autres obstacles à l’amour
durée : 00:58:13 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - En 1813, Jane Austen écrit "Orgueil et préjugés", son roman le plus populaire. L'héroïne, Elizabeth, qui ne déroge pas à sa liberté, s'éprend de mister Darcy, son opposé. Peut-on franchir tous les obstacles, normes, orgueil, et préjugés, pour finalement se retrouver ? - invités : Catherine Rihoit auteur. (2022-Apr-19 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageReimagining the Northwest Passage
When Sir John Franklin set out to find the Northwest Passage in 1845, he never returned. From that mystery, began the stories. But why do we keep coming back to these Franklin stories? What do they say about us? And what does it mean today to seek a Northwest Passage? (2022-Apr-19 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageE67. "Exodus" - What makes a “religious” holiday?
Philosophy | Ethics Short Story Magazine: Code “Happy” for 12 Issues/$4.95! https://www.afterdinnerconversation.com/... “Top 20 Philosophy Podcast” for 2022!STORY SUMMARY: What makes a “religious” holiday? Does the combination of ritual, culture, and family custom all merge together to create “religion?” Does it even matter if the historical basis for religious stories are false? In this work of philosophical short story fiction, the spaceship computer AI wakes up a family in deep space hibernation to give ... (2022-Apr-18 • 26 minutes • @AfterDinnerCon)
podcast imageEpisode 38: Omissions and Frankfurt Cases with John Stigall
In this episode, we talk with John Stigall about omissions and Frankfurt cases. John defends the view that, while we can be morally responsible for performing positive actions even if we lack the ability to do otherwise, moral responsibility for omissions requires the ability to do otherwise.John's website: https://philpeople.org/profiles/john-sti... John's article, "Causation, Norms, and Omissions: A Study of Causal Judgments (with Randolph Clarke, Joshua Shepherd, Robyn Repko Waller, and Ch... (2022-Apr-18 • 34 minutes • @thefreewillshow@taylorwcyr@MatthewFlummer)
podcast imageM15 - Ubuntu and the Good Life
Thaddeus Metz on Ubuntu (2022-Apr-18 • 46 minutes • @media_inverted)
podcast imageMichel Foucault, The Subject And Power - The How Of Power Relations - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the 20th century philosopher and historian, Michel Foucault, "The Subject and Power" It focuses specifically on why he thinks that it is important to focus on the "How" of power relations, rather than just the "What" and the "Why". He also distinguishes objective capacities from communicative/sign systems, and power relations, and discusses how they interconnect with each other. He finishes with the notion of "disciplines" as blocks of these three, and what... (2022-Apr-18 • 16 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast image41 - Love in the Time of Big Data feat. Alfie Bown
Big tech companies tell us they’re our servants, existing to fulfill our desires more cheaply and conveniently than ever. Alfie Bown doesn’t think so. He thinks Deliveroo, Tinder, Pornhub etc. aren’t just giving us what we want, they’re shaping what we want. He reckons our tech overlords are secretly remaking humankind on the level of desire. We chat about Chinese cars that know what you want to eat and why time travellers don’t get horny. Bown is the author of a new book called Dream Lovers: The Gamific... (2022-Apr-18 • 58 minutes • @goodintheorypod@Clifton_Mark)
podcast imageYou’ll Be Stressed Either Way | Impulse Control
Ryan talks about the inevitability of stress and anxiety, and reads this week’s meditation from The Daily Stoic Journal.For Stoicism-based guidance on how to tackle your anger problem or manage your anxiety, Daily Stoic offers a series of great courses. Our 11-day Tame Your Temper challenge will give you the tools you need to keep anger from getting in your way. And our 13-day Slay Your Stress course will help you keep stress out of your life and out of your way.Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://Da... (2022-Apr-18 • 9 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageEp. 162 - Some of the Best Reasons to Believe in the Soul w/Dr. Charles Taliaferro
What is substance dualism and what are the best arguments for thinking we have souls? In this episode of the Parker's Pensées Podcast I'm joined by Dr. Charles Taliaferro to discuss some of his work on substance dualism and the existence of the soul. | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $1, $3, or $5 a month. Any amount helps, and for $5 you get a Parker's Pensées sticker and instant access to all the episode as I record them instead of waiting for their release date. Check it out here... (2022-Apr-18 • 87 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast image#279 — The Rules of the Stage
A Conversation with Ricky Gervais (2022-Apr-18 • 35 minutes • @SamHarrisOrg)
podcast imageReconciliation, Part Two: No Way Home
In Bosnia, there are facts about the genocide but little acceptance of their truth by Serb aggressors. For Bosniaks, genocide denial means they are stuck in a violent past with little prospect for release. This is part two of a three-part series on genocide, truth, and reconciliation. (2022-Apr-18 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image#614 Andrew Sayer - Why We Can't Afford the Rich; Economic Inequality, And Where It Stems From
Dr. Andrew Sayer is Emeritus Professor of Social Theory and Political Economy at Lancaster University. He is known for significant contributions to methodology and theory in the social sciences. He is the author of multiple books, including Why We Can't Afford the Rich. | In this episode, we focus on Why We Can’t Afford the Rich. We start by talking about economic inequality, and how it got worse since the rise of neoliberalism. We define who are the “rich”, and go through how they took control of the econo... (2022-Apr-18 • 72 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast image193 | Daniels on Everything, Everywhere, All at Once
I talk with filmmakers Daniels about chaos and the multiverse in their new movie Everything Everywhere All at Once. (2022-Apr-18 • 69 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast imagePREMIUM-Ep. 291: Cassirer and Langer on Myth and Ritual (Part Two)
Continuing our discussion on the symbolic value of religion and its antecedents, primary at this point discussing Susanne Langer's Philosophy in a New Key, ch. 7. If you're not hearing , sign up via one of the options described at . (2022-Apr-18 • 13 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageA Transformative Practice w/Jimena Solé
In this season finale, Élaina interviews Jimena Solé, a professor of philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires. Jimena talks about her dislike of school growing up, her discovery of Spinoza, and why she believes that philosophising in Argentina and South America can be a transformative decolonial practice. | The first half of the episode focuses on Jimena’s personal link to philosophy and the second half covers her work on the reception of European theories in Argentina. | Read Jimena’s academic work: ht... (2022-Apr-18 • 43 minutes • @PhiloCCpod@ElainaGMamaril)
podcast imageJane Austen, quatre romans et beaucoup de mariages 1/4 : “Raison et sentiments”, je t’aime moi non plus
durée : 00:58:06 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Jane Austen, critique à l’égard du roman sentimental qui associe amour et souffrance, révolutionne l’écriture. Non, on ne meurt pas d'un chagrin d'amour. Sous couvert d’ironie, elle questionne la place de la femme, les structures patriarcales, et de façon discrète, démonte le système de l’intérieur. - invités : Marie-Laure Massei-Chamayou maître de conférences en anglais à l'université Panthéon-Sorbonne (2022-Apr-18 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast image#37. Aristotle's Ethics: A Look at Imitation, Habituation and Virtue ft. Margaret Hampson
How does one go about living a good life? In this episode Calum and Alex talk to Dr Margaret Hampson who is a lecturer in Ancient Philosophy at the University of St Andrews. They explore how Aristotle thinks about virtue in the Nichomachean Ethics, including what it consists of and how it links to the idea of living a good, flourishing life. The conversation then goes into more depth about the processes that Aristotle outlines for becoming a more virtuous person and Margaret’s interpretation of these proces... (2022-Apr-18 • 37 minutes • @ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image106: "There's a myth that we can't understand animals... if we listen, we can" - Adam Cardilini - Sentientism
Adam is a Lecturer in Env. Sci. at Deakin Uni. He works on questions related to ecology, conservation & society. He is most interested in: i) how concern for Animals informs environmental values & practice, ii) the env. potential of transitioning to plant-based agri & iii) more critical approaches to how the sciences consider Animals. Adam wants to leverage research to help create a better future for Animals, the environment & humans. | In Sentientist Conversations we talk about the two most... (2022-Apr-18 • 106 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast image544: What Would Kant Do?
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/wha... idealist and moral philosopher Immanuel Kant is probably best known for his "Categorical Imperative," which says that you should act following moral rules you could rationally support as universal law. In other words, do only what you would have everyone else do. But are Kant's rules really a good guide to action? Does he have anything to say about things people confront in everyday life, like friendship, manners, or gossip? Is Kant overly optimistic about... (2022-Apr-17 • 11 minutes • @philtalkradio)
podcast image10 Timeless Meditations From Stoic Philosophy
We hope this video helps you find the serenity, self-knowledge, and resilience you need to live well. Where can you find joy? What's the true measure of success? How should we manage anger? Find meaning? Conquer grief? These 10 timeless meditations from Stoic philosophy will help you answer questions and more.The Daily Stoic is a wise, calming, page-a-day guide to living a good life, offering inspirational daily doses of classic wisdom. Each page features a powerful quotation from the likes of Emperor ... (2022-Apr-17 • 13 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageThe Philosophy of Dune | Adam Taylor
Dune contains a sophisticated moral dilemma - should Paul Atreides sacrifice billions of lives to avoid humanity's extinction? The answer echoes through the way we should deal with global climate change today. | Brain in a Vat bookshop (Shopify): https://smarturl.it/BrainShop | Brain in a Vat bookshop (Amazon): https://smarturl.it/BrainAmazonShop ... | Contact us: Mark.Oppenheimer[at]gmail and Jwerbe[at]gmail (2022-Apr-17 • 48 minutes • @JasonWerbeloff)
podcast imageHAP 98 - Meena Krishnamurthy on Martin Luther King Jr
An interview about the role of the emotions, including anger and feelings of dignity, with MLK expert Meena Krishnamurthy. (2022-Apr-17 • 36 minutes • @HistPhilosophy@ChikeJeffers)
podcast imageMaking Russia Great Again?
Vladimir Putin wants to put Russia back on the map as a great power. But what does it even mean to be a great power in the nuclear age? Is that idea still coherent? If it is, can Russia be such a power? And how is Putin using history to frame this quest?... (2022-Apr-17 • 60 minutes • @UMBEthics)
podcast imagePhilosophy and myth
Since the Enlightenment, philosophy has come to regard myth as something of an embarrassment – and today, we often tend to view “myth” as synonymous with “falsehood”, or at least as a throwback to pre-rational, superstitious human culture. Myths are also held to be suspect in political theory, where the memory of "blood and soil" Nazi ideology is still fresh. Is there a role for myth in secular democratic politics, and in modern philosophy? (2022-Apr-17 • 28 minutes • @DavidPZone)
podcast imageThe Woman Doesn't Exist (Aphorism 8)
Ryan and Todd explore Lacan's late aphorism, "The Woman doesn't exist." They address the importance of this statement for psychoanalytic feminism and the complications that have arisen from it. The relation between signifying logic and the sociocultural situation becomes a central part of their discussion. (2022-Apr-17 • 73 minutes • @UVMcas)
podcast imagePete Mandik
Pete Mandik is professor of philosophy at William Paterson University of New Jersey. He works on topics at the intersection between philosophy of mind and the cognitive sciences and is particularly interested in naturalistic accounts of consciousness and intentionality. | We began by talking about Pete’s background and influences, then dived deep into his views about consciousness, representation, and consciousness. Join us to learn why ‘what it is like’ talk is empty, why colour sensations are a myth, and ... (2022-Apr-16 • 153 minutes • @keithfrankish)
podcast imagebell hooks’ ”The Oppositional Gaze: Black Female Spectatorship”
In this episode, I present bell hooks' essay "The Oppositional Gaze: Black Female Spectatorship." If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphiloso... Twitter: @Da... (2022-Apr-16 • 14 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageWhat Is Humor? | Luvell Anderson
Longtime Point readers may remember that Justin E.H. Smith contributed to our issue 14 “What is comedy for?” symposium back in 2017. He now returns to the subject for us with this episode of “What Is X?” on humor. Joining him is Luvell Anderson, a philosophy professor at Syracuse currently at work on a book on the ethics of racial humor, from its dangers and transgressions to its progressive potential. Humor, Luvell tells Justin, is “a kind of dialogue with its culture, the cultural milieu in which it’s set... (2022-Apr-16 • 67 minutes • @jehsmith)
podcast imageThe Problem of Translation with Lisa Foran
Is translation really just a problem of finding the right words in one language to fit the words in another language? Or, is there much more than meets the ear? Lisa Foran, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at University College Dublin (Ireland), discusses the ways in which translation can be problematic as well as constructive, not just with the aim of communicating, but also with the aim of improving how we live our lives. She delves into the deeper, ethical significances of what means to find yourself un... (2022-Apr-16 • 59 minutes • @ToddMei1)
podcast imageChuck Klosterman on Writing, Being Wrong, and The Nineties
Ryan talks to author Chuck Klosterman about his new book The Nineties, the inevitability of being wrong, the value of simplicity, and more. Chuck Klosterman is a NYT bestselling author and culture critic. His books include Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs; But What If We’re Wrong?; and Chuck Klosterman X, and two novels Downtown Owl and The Visible Man. He has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, GQ, Esquire, ESPN, and more. Klosterman served as the Ethicist for The New York Times Magazine for th... (2022-Apr-16 • 91 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageMichel Foucault, The Subject And Power - Power Relations And Resistance - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the 20th century philosopher and historian, Michel Foucault, "The Subject and Power" It focuses specifically on his decision to focus upon human beings' resistances to power as ways to understand better how power works and how power-relations are constituted and structured. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee... (2022-Apr-16 • 20 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageEp. 161 - The Common Consent Argument for God w/Dr. Jon Matheson
Is the fact that so many people believe in God good evidence for God's existence? I'm joined by philosopher Jon Matheson to discuss the epistemology at play in the "common consent argument for God", that is, the argument that we can be justified in believe in God since so many other people believe in God.  | Check out more from Dr. Matheson here: https://jonathandmatheson.wordpress.com/ | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $1, $3, or $5 a month. Any amount helps, and for $5 you ge... (2022-Apr-15 • 70 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast image96: Transhumanism and Immortality: Part 1
Could people in the not too distant future become immortal?  Sounds unlikely, right.  Well, tune in to find out how this might not be so unlikely.   | Send your thoughts, questions, and ideas for future episodes to: [email protected] | Art Attribution: By Lucas Cranach the Elder - Unknown source, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.ph... (2022-Apr-15 • 8 minutes • @MillikinU)
podcast imageEpisode 79: Till Grüne-Yanoff
On Episode 79, Nick chats with Till Grüne-Yanoff, professor of philosophy | at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden, about his | early career as a television reporter in Post-Soviet Moscow, preferences in | decision theory, “boosting” versus “nudging,” teaching philosophy of | science as method choice with exemplars, and making philosophy of science | relevant to science. (2022-Apr-15 • @SciPhiPod@NickZautra)
podcast image61. The Da Vinci Code (w/ Andrea Rosen)
Have you ever wondered whether a famous painting contained a clue to a mystery that, once revealed, would upend the world as we know it? Well, you're in luck because in this episode we dive into The Da Vinci Code with museum expert and curator Andrea Rosen! We explore the tough questions of whether to reveal the lie at the center of Catholicism or just go on living your life because no one would care, and then discuss the film's art historical bonafides, whether Robert Langdon is a good professor, and wheth... (2022-Apr-15 • 90 minutes • @cowspod@juskhoo)
podcast imageThe Philosophy of Green Finance with Joanna Burch-Brown
Self-described ‘hippie eco-philosopher’ Joanna Burch-Brown takes us on a deep dive into the philosophy of green finance and a step closer to addressing climate change, by way of a lively tale of philosophy going banking. Joining the discussion is Sean Edwards, chairman of the International Trade and Forfaiting Association Annual Conference. Joanna Burch-Brown is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at University of Bristol. Her work has focused on issues of contested heritage and public memory. Sh... (2022-Apr-15 • 55 minutes • @RIPhilo)
podcast imagePhilosophical Storytelling with Helen de Cruz
Philosophers enjoy telling stories. Sometimes the stories are very short, but they can be long and detailed as well, for example in the form of utopian narratives by More, Cavendish and others. Why do philosophers invent such stories, and what do they want to accomplish with them? Helen de Cruz argues that existing accounts of thought experiments cannot easily explain the range and variety of thought experiments. In her view, philosophical thought experiments are not merely prettily dressed up argument... (2022-Apr-15 • 72 minutes • @RIPhilo)
podcast imageCours particulier 31/35 : Bernard Cerquiglini, linguiste : "Les langues ne déclinent pas, elles évoluent"
durée : 00:59:40 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Être linguiste, est-ce étudier la langue ou contribuer à la façonner, ou les deux ? Si la langue évolue sans cesse, qu’est-ce qui fait son unité ? Et quel est l’impact de ses évolutions sur la société ? Rencontre avec Bernard Cerquiglini, professeur émérite de linguistique et membre de l'Oulipo. - invités : Bernard Cerquiglini Linguiste, professeur des Universités (2022-Apr-15 • 60 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageMoral Subjectivity
The HBS hosts unpack Nietzsche's Genealogy of Morals, Section 13, to uncover how we arrived at morality and moral subjectivity. There are conditions that seem to be necessary in order for our whole moral outlook and values, conditions that are not found in nature. What must be the case in order for one to be said to be morally responsible? In this episode, we take Section 13 of Nietzsche's Genealogy of Morals as our guide to uncover the conditions of moral subjectivity.Full episode notes available here:http... (2022-Apr-15 • 66 minutes • @hotelbarpodcast@DrLeighMJohnson@c_fpeterson@rickleephilos)
podcast imageHow to Change Your Mind with Leah Kalmanson
The Contemplative Practices of Philosophy (2022-Apr-15 • 70 minutes • @RIPhilo)
podcast imageHorn of Plenty: The Saxophone and the Spirit
The shiny, handsome and undeniably cool saxophone has been a staple of jazz music and popular culture for nearly a century. But some music historians say that what’s often been overlooked are its deep roots in spiritual beliefs and religious ritual. *This episode originally aired on March 3, 2020. (2022-Apr-15 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image#613 Hannah Bradshaw: Female beauty, Beautification, Luxury Products, and Food Choices
Dr. Hannah K. Bradshaw is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Washington and Jefferson College. Her research program explores how interpersonal and ecological cues might affect our perceptions and decisions in the broader social world. While she has a wide variety of research interests, she tends to gravitate towards questions that pertain to disgust sensitivity, women’s sociality, and consumer preferences and behavior. | In this episode, we talk about female beauty, beautification, ec... (2022-Apr-15 • 61 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageTendential Fall in the Rate of Profit | Karl Marx | Keyword
In this episode, I present Marx's idea that as capitalist production advances, the rate of profit falls. If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphiloso... (2022-Apr-14 • 18 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageBonjour l'angoisse ! 4/4 : Edvard Munch : "J’ai ressenti comme un grand cri"
durée : 00:58:24 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - C'est en 1893 que Munch peint "Le Cri", première oeuvre expressionniste de l'histoire de l'art. La maladie et les deuils l'affectent et le marquent d'une ombre qui émane dans son oeuvre. Retour sur la vie d'un peintre sous le signe de l'affect des affects, comme l'appelle Freud : l'angoisse. - invités : Claire Bernardi Conservateur Peinture au musée d'Orsay, commissaire d'expositions (2022-Apr-14 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageIs This The Only Story? | Becoming An Expert In What Matters
Ryan talks about the question you should ask yourself before over reacting, and reads The Daily Stoic’s entry of the day.The Daily Stoic Leadership Challenge is a 9-week course that was built to mirror the kind of education that produced historically great leaders like Marcus Aurelius. It is now a recorded course, which means all participants will join the course and move through it at their own pace. Sign up at https://dailystoic.com/leadershipchallen... up for the Daily Stoic email: http://DailyStoic.com/... (2022-Apr-14 • 11 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageS3 E6: Matt Walker
In this episode, I talk with Matthew Walker, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Yale-NUS, about ancient philosophy, therapeutic arguments, reading practices, and the Bhagavad Gita. | Further Resources | Matt Walker’s website: https://sites.google.com/site/mattwalker... | Aristotle on the Uses of Contemplation: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/ari... | Aristotle https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/arist... | Zhu Xi https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/zhu-x... | Emotions in Indian Philosophy https://plato... (2022-Apr-14 • 16 minutes • @cmalcolmkeating)
podcast imageWill the Real Martin Luther Please Stand Up?
Five hundred years ago, when Martin Luther translated the New Testament so that ordinary Germans could understand it, he sparked a theological, social and political revolution that we’re still living in. But who exactly was he? A life-risking fighter for freedom of conscience? Many still see him that way. But his infamous anti-semitism was embraced by the Nazis. So who exactly was Martin Luther? (2022-Apr-14 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageCharisma
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the idea of charismatic authority developed by Max Weber (1864-1920) to explain why people welcome some as their legitimate rulers and follow them loyally, for better or worse, while following others only dutifully or grudgingly. Weber was fascinated by those such as Napoleon (above) and Washington who achieved power not by right, as with traditional monarchs, or by law as with the bureaucratic world around him in Germany, but by revolution or insurrection. Drawing on the ... (2022-Apr-14 • 53 minutes • @BBCInOurTime)
podcast image#612 Ralph Schroeder: Virtual Environments, Online Politics, Populism, and Big Data
Dr. Ralph Schroeder is Professor in Social Science of the Internet at the Oxford Internet Institute.  Dr. Schroeder has interests in virtual environments, the social aspects of e-science, and the sociology of science and technology. He has written extensively about virtual reality technology. He is the author of several books, including Knowledge Machines: Digital Transformations of the Sciences and Humanities, and Social Theory After the Internet: Media, Technology, and Globalization. | In this episod... (2022-Apr-14 • 58 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageMichel Foucault, The Subject And Power - Pastoral Power - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the 20th century philosopher and historian, Michel Foucault, "The Subject and Power" It focuses specifically on he type of power relations that he calls "pastoral power", including four main characteristics of it: orientation towards salvation; oblative and sacrificial exercise of power; focus upon the individual; aiming at to knowledge of the soul. Foucault also discusses how pastoral power shifts out of ecclesial settings into political and secular setti... (2022-Apr-14 • 17 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageAMA | April 2022
Ask Me Anything episode for April 2022. (2022-Apr-14 • 207 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast image051 - Realizing Reason in History - Not by Proclamation but by Action
Hegel was clear: history is a slaughter-bench. Depressing? Of course. But does history also allow the increase of rationality and freedom? Indeed it does. This is often accomplished by world historical figures who inspired great battle victories such as Alexander, Washington, Lincoln, and Churchill. And it was often unknown to themselves just what great forward progress they enabled.This episode discusses war from the standpoint of conflict resolution resulting in a better outcome. The opposite being a... (2022-Apr-14 • 25 minutes • @CunningofGeist)
podcast imagePurification and the Moral Life: Chastening Speech
Of all the ways we interact with the world and with the moral reality of other persons, none is as fundamental as speech. In a time when we are saturated with words, what might it mean to purify our language? (2022-Apr-14 • 54 minutes • @RadioNational)
podcast imageInterview: Dr. Catherine Zuckert on Augustine's Confessions | The New Thinkery Ep. 91
With Easter around the corner, the guys are joined by Dr. Catherine Zuckert, the Reeves Dreux Professor of Political Science at Notre Dame, to take a look at the first Western Christian autobiography ever written: St. Augustine's Confessions. The cast... (2022-Apr-13 • 74 minutes • @thenewthinkery@alexpriou@GregMcBrayer3@Tempest1610)
podcast imageEpisode 120: On Radical Mystery
JF and Phil cope with the unexpungable fact of mystery. (2022-Apr-13 • 77 minutes • @weirdstudies@JF_Martel)
podcast imageLynne Viola and the Window of Ukraine
An intricate portrait of secret Soviet operations in Ukraine during Joseph Stalin’s rule, from Canadian historian Lynne Viola. She speaks to Nahlah Ayed about the legacy of Stalin’s “Great Terror,” Russian suppression of Ukrainian nationalist sentiment, Vladimir Putin’s new war on history, and that time when the KGB came knocking on her door... and asked her out on a date. (2022-Apr-13 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image#278 — The Man Who Will Be King
A Conversation with Graeme Wood (2022-Apr-13 • 38 minutes • @SamHarrisOrg)
podcast imageBonjour l'angoisse ! 3/4 : Kierkegaard, "L’angoisse est le vertige de la liberté"
durée : 00:58:07 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Etre soi est difficile. L'écart face à nous-même, l'impossible synthèse de soi, l'état limite permanent dans lequel on se trouve : c'est cela l'angoisse, pour Kierkegaard, qu'il appelle cette "effrayante liberté de pouvoir". Etre angoissé permet-il alors de devenir soi ? - invités : Vincent Delecroix philosophe et romancier (2022-Apr-13 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageMichel Foucault, The Subject And Power - Domination, Exploitation, Subjection - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the 20th century philosopher and historian, Michel Foucault, "The Subject and Power" It focuses specifically on the distinction he makes between three types of power relations, those of domination, exploitation, and subjection. These intersect with each other, and are typically not found in isolation from each other. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here ... (2022-Apr-13 • 16 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageKaren Duffy on Using Stoicism to Find Happiness (Even with Chronic Illness) | Nothing Is As Encouraging As This
Ryan reads today’s daily meditation and talk to actress Karen Duffy about her new book Wise Up: Irreverent Enlightenment from a Mother Who's Been Through It, how she got introduced to Stoic Philosophy, her ongoing battle with sarcoidosis, and more.Karen Duffy was born on May 23, 1962 in New York City, New York, USA. She is an actress, producer, and writer, known for Dumb and Dumber, Fantastic Mr. Fox, and Blank Check. In 1996, Duffy was diagnosed with neurosarcoidosis. Her brain and spinal cord were af... (2022-Apr-13 • 88 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageAsking the ultimate questions about reality | Robert Lawrence Kuhn
Robert Lawrence Kuhn asks the ultimate questions about our existence. (2022-Apr-12 • 27 minutes • @IAI_TV)
podcast imageGossip
Why do humans in every known culture love juicy gossip? Some theorists say gossip evolved as the modern version of picking fleas off our friends, reassuring those around us of our shared social bonds. Others argue that it reinforces social norms by outlining what behaviors are bad, or even scandalous. In episode 49, Ellie and David gossip about gossip — when is it wrong to gossip, and when might it be the ethical choice? Many scholars throughout history have condemned gossip as idle chitchat that slanders o... (2022-Apr-12 • 44 minutes • @overthink_pod@ellieanderphd@DrPenaGuzman1)
podcast imageJames C. Klagge, "Wittgenstein's Artillery: Philosophy as Poetry" (MIT Press, 2021)
“One should really only do philosophy as poetry.” What could Ludwig Wittgenstein have meant by this? What was the context for this odd remark? In Wittgenstein’s Artillery: Philosophy as Poetry (MIT Press, 2021), James Klagge provides a perspective on Wittgenstein as a person and how his life intersected with his work, in particular in the transition from his early Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus to the later Philosophical Investigations. Based on private notebooks and memoirs by some of Wittgenstein’s studen... (2022-Apr-12 • 66 minutes • @NewBooksPhil)
podcast imageBonjour l'angoisse ! 2/4 : La psychanalyse est-elle un remède à l’angoisse ?
durée : 00:58:29 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - L'angoisse, pour Freud, renvoie à des affects qui s'écartent du fleuve de la vie... Universelle, l'angoisse est sérieuse, utile au désir, moment de vérité, elle signifie toujours quelque chose. Que nous dit-elle de nous ? - invités : Paul-Laurent Assoun psychanalyste, professeur émérite à l'Université Paris 7, membre du Centre de recherches psychanalyse, médecine et société (2022-Apr-12 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageBuilding a Better Gym Class
Some of us avoid exercise: why? PhysEd researcher Brian Culp says a more inclusive, less sports-oriented high school education can help. Historian Jürgen Martschukat argues that the pressure to keep fit at all comes less from us, and more from political and economic forces. *This episode originally aired on June 23, 2021. (2022-Apr-12 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageSusanna Siegel
I ask the philosopher Susanna Siegel five questions about herself. | | Susanna Siegel is the Edgar Pierce Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University. She is the author of “The Contents of Visual Experience” (2010) and “The Rationality of Perception” (2017). (2022-Apr-12 • 26 minutes • @KieranSetiya)
podcast imageEp. 66: Are We Born With Innate Ideas? (Part II)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony continue their conversation on the nature of ideas: What is the difference between ideas and mental structures? What is the relationship between ideas and knowledge? What is the difference between knowledge and instinct? What are the best arguments for and against the existence of innate ideas? How might this conversation be related to the nature/nurture debate? (2022-Apr-12 • 45 minutes • @LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast imageMichel Foucault, The Subject And Power - Analysis Of Power Relations - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the 20th century philosopher and historian, Michel Foucault, "The Subject and Power" It focuses specifically on the section "How Is One To Analyze The Power Relationship", in which Foucault argues that the primary focus cannot be placed upon institutions or the political sphere. Instead, they need to be examined in terms of power-relations. Foucault also suggests five lines of analysis: differentiations, objectives, instrumental modes, forms of institutiona... (2022-Apr-12 • 14 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast image#611 Jennifer Church - Why It’s Ok to be of Two Minds
Dr. Jennifer Church is a Professor of Philosophy at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York. Her research addresses various topics in the philosophy of mind. She is the author of Possibilities of Perception (Oxford UP, 2013), and Why It’s OK to Be of Two Minds. | In this episode, we focus on Why It’s Ok to be of Two Minds. We talk about what it means to be of two minds; the positive effects of not eliminating the conflict; three different models of dealing with the conflict: a juggler model, an isometrics ... (2022-Apr-11 • 38 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageIs 'God' a good thing? Part 1 - classic arguments for belief/non-belief
In this episode, we begin a series (of 3 episodes) exploring the intersection of 'God' and morality. You'll note the use of quotation marks, this is because we explore the moral implications of theism and organized religion in a way that is not limited to faith-based belief. This means both looking purely at the incentives around belief rather than basing belief on faith, but also weighing up the pros and cons of organized religion and their impact on society. Did it help to instill moral norms and unity, o... (2022-Apr-11 • 41 minutes • @MoralityofThe@AnthonyNCollias)
podcast imageEp. 160 - When You Should Have Known But Couldn't? w/Dr. Sandy Goldberg
Are there times when we should have known something, but don't because we don't have the evidence? Dr. Sandy Goldberg argues that the answer is yes, and more often than you might think!    | Check out more from Sandy here: https://northwestern.academia.edu/Sanfor... | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $1, $3, or $5 a month. Any amount helps, and for $5 you get a Parker's Pensées sticker and instant access to all the episode as I record them instead of waiting for their relea... (2022-Apr-11 • 64 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageThis Was a Reminder | Test Your Impressions
Ryan talks about how nothing in this world is truly certain, and reads this week’s meditation from The Daily Stoic Journal.For a limited time, the ebook edition of Courage Is Calling by Ryan Holiday is only $1.99! We have no idea how long the discount will last, so grab your copy now! Or if you prefer hardcover, you can get those over in the Daily Stoic store, where you can also get signed copies!Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://DailyStoic.com/emailFollow us: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, a... (2022-Apr-11 • 7 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imagePEL Presents NEM#170: Bob Mould From Hüsker Dü to Sugar to Now
Bob has released 20+ albums since the early '80s. We discuss "Forecast of Rain" from (2020), "I Don’t Know You Anymore" from (2014), "JC Auto" by Sugar from (1993), and "In A Free Land" by Hüsker Dü, 1982 singe remixed for (2017). End... (2022-Apr-11 • 64 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast image192 | Nicole Yunger Halpern on Quantum Steampunk Thermodynamics
I talk with physicist Nicole Yunger Halpern about the emerging frontier of quantum thermodynamics. (2022-Apr-11 • 77 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast imageEp. 291: Cassirer and Langer on Myth and Ritual (Part One)
On Ernst Cassirer's An Essay on Man (1944), ch. 6-7, and Susanne Langer's Philosophy in a New Key (1942), ch. 6-7. Why do people produce ritual, mythology, and religion? According to our authors, these are spontaneous, symbolic modes of... (2022-Apr-11 • 45 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageThe University Crisis
Universities in the 21st century face a host of challenges, from bloated budgets to overworked contract faculty. And in a competitive economy, many students are wondering if a B.A. is still worth the time and money. IDEAS considers the idea of universities in crisis, what can be done to make them better and whether the system — as we know it — is worth saving. *This episode originally aired on October 12, 2021. (2022-Apr-11 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageS1E5 - Virginie Simoneau-Gilbert on Animal Ethics, Rhodes Scholarships, and Public Philosophy
Virginie Simoneau-Gilbert is a graduate philosophy student at the University of Oxford. We’ll be talking about her research in animal ethics, applying for a Rhodes Scholarship, and her experiences with public philosophy. If, after listening, you'd like to get in touch with Virginie, you can find her email address listed on her website: www.virginiesimoneaugilbert.com. | Find out more about our podcast at www.philosophersnest.com. | Find out more at http://www.philosophersnest.com (2022-Apr-11 • 17 minutes • @KOosterum@99lewiswilliams)
podcast imageBonjour l'angoisse ! 1/4 : Lucrèce, Montaigne, Pascal : bonjour l’angoisse !
durée : 00:58:13 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Le philosophe Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592) est un mélancolique qui fuit l'angoisse, Lucrèce (Iᵉʳ siècle av. J.-C.) et Blaise Pascal (1623-1662), des angoissés du néant. Pourquoi lire ces penseurs nous permet-il d'échapper au désespoir de la condition humaine ? - invités : André Comte-Sponville Philosophe (2022-Apr-11 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEpisode 117 - Letter to Herodotus 6 - The Doctrine of Infinity of Worlds And Its Implications
Welcome to Episode One Hundred Seventeen of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world.I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. We encourage you to study Epicurus for yourself, and we sugges... (2022-Apr-11 • 65 minutes • @NewEpicurean)
podcast imageM14 - Why It's Okay to Love Bad Movies
a talk by Matt Strohl with comments by Nick Riggle (2022-Apr-11 • 53 minutes • @media_inverted)
podcast imageGeorge Dickie, What Is Anti-Art? - Anti-Art And The Artworld
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher of art, George Dickie's article "What Is Anti-Art?" Specifically it examines his notion of anti-art, the four types of anti-art Dickie identifies, and the relation between anti-art, art, and the "artworld". You can get Dickie's work, Art and the Aesthetic: An Institutional Analysis, here - https://amzn.to/2NLIRdc To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you ca... (2022-Apr-11 • 16 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageMark D. White (Thor: If They Be Worthy): What Makes Us Worthy? | STM Podcast #127
On episode 127, we welcome philosopher Mark White to discuss the philosophy of Thor; how his hammer was used to distinguish and judge worthiness; the similarities and differences between the various schools of ethics - virtue ethics, deontology, and... (2022-Apr-10 • 60 minutes • @seize_podcast@EgoEndsNow@leonscafe31)
podcast image8 Stoic Habits That Will Improve Your Life
You might ask yourself, what am I missing? What is holding me back? The answer is simple: good habits. Excellence isn’t this thing you do one time. It’s a way of living. It’s foundational. It’s like an operating system and the code this system operates on is habit In this episode Ryan Holiday outlines 8 of the most important Stoic habits that will improve your life.Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://dailystoic.com/dailyemailCheck out the Daily Stoic Store for Stoic inspired products, signed books, a... (2022-Apr-10 • 17 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageHow to discover TRUTH | Galen Barry
Some of the world's greatest discoveries were made by those on the fringe. Should scientists be encouraged to explore crazy ideas? Does the search for truth depend more on geniuses or a social butterflies?    | Brain in a Vat bookshop (Shopify): https://smarturl.it/BrainShop | Brain in a Vat bookshop (Amazon): https://smarturl.it/BrainAmazonShop ... | Contact us: Mark.Oppenheimer[at]gmail and Jwerbe[at]gmail (2022-Apr-10 • 47 minutes • @JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image543: Why Poetry Matters
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/why... people say they find poetry impenetrable. Yet readership is increasing: in a 2017 survey, the National Endowment for the Arts found that nearly 12% of adults in the US had read poetry in the last year. So what explains the enduring appeal of poetry as an art form? Are there any limits to who counts as a poet, or what counts as poetry? And what makes a poem good anyway? Josh and Ray wax lyrical with Nobel Prize-winning poet Louise Glück, author of "American... (2022-Apr-10 • 11 minutes • @philtalkradio)
podcast image"Ask Me Anything"
In this special episode, Ashley Thornberg presents Jack with philosophical questions submitted by listeners. (2022-Apr-10 • 102 minutes • @whyradioshow)
podcast imagePatron Bonus Episode - Another(?) Interview with M R. X. Dentith
Josh interviews his old university chum, M R. X. Dentith, to get the goss on the 2017 paper they co-authored with Martin Orr. (2022-Apr-10 • 11 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast imageGeorge Dickie, What Is Art? - The Concept of the Artworld - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher of art, George Dickie's article "What Is Art? An Institutional Analysis". Specifically it examines his discussion of one of the main concepts to his analysis, what - following Arthur Danto - he terms "the artworld". You can get Dickie's work, Art and the Aesthetic: An Institutional Analysis, here - https://amzn.to/2NLIRdc To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contributio... (2022-Apr-10 • 15 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageHoP 394 - Best of Both Worlds - Tycho Brahe
Responses to Copernicus in the 16th century, culminating with the master of astral observation Tycho Brahe. (2022-Apr-10 • 23 minutes • @HistPhilosophy)
podcast imageEpisode 106, Four Thousand Weeks (Part II - How to Use It)
Welcome to ‘Episode 106 (Part II of III)’, in which we’ll be discussing the Oliver Burkeman’s solutions to our time-related problems. (2022-Apr-10 • 54 minutes • @ThePanpsycast@_JackSymes@MrMarleyTeach)
podcast imageEpisode 140: Meghan Sullivan and Paul Blaschko discuss the good life
Is there a simple formula for figuring out how to life your best life, or is it all a bit messier? (2022-Apr-10 • 44 minutes • @ElucidationsPod)
podcast imageThe predicament of existence
Most of us agree that pain is part of life, that none of us can escape it, and that death comes for all of us in the end. And yet many of us feel that life is worth it; that the pleasure of life outweighs the suffering. Anti-natalist philosophy takes a different view. The anti-natalist believes that pain outweighs pleasure, so much so that it's morally wrong to bring a child into the world. What follows from this? Should we not only abstain from procreation but seek to stop non-human animals from doing the ... (2022-Apr-10 • 28 minutes • @DavidPZone)
podcast imageSecrecy and Conspiracy (Conspiracy Theory Masterpiece Theatre)
Josh and Brian review the 2017 Episteme article "Secrecy and Conspiracy" by M R. X. Dentith and Martin Orr. (2022-Apr-10 • 69 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast imageScott Thompson on Epictetus and Approaching Life with Laughter
Ryan talks to Scott Thompson about his introduction to Stoicism after hearing Ryan on the Breakfast Club, the humor that he finds in the teaching of Epictetus, the striking similarities between tragedy and triumph, and more.Scott Thompson is a Canadian born comedian and actor. He is best known for being a member of the comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall and for playing Brian on The Larry Sanders Show. At an early age, Scott found comedy as his way of coping with and overcoming the traumatic events he experi... (2022-Apr-09 • 71 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageHannah Arendt’s ”The Origins of Totalitarianism” (Part 6/6)
In this episode, I conclude my presentation of Hannah Arendt's "The Origins of Totalitarianism." If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphiloso... paypal.me/theoryphilosophy Twitter: @Dav... (2022-Apr-09 • 43 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageEpisode 116 - Letter to Herodotus 5 - More Fundamentals of Physics
Episode 116 - Letter to Herodotus 5 - More Fundamentals of PhysicsWelcome to Episode One Hundred Sixteen of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world. I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you toda... (2022-Apr-08 • 67 minutes • @NewEpicurean)
podcast image#610 Dorothea Debus: Philosophy of Memory, and Mental Self-regulation
Dr. Dorothea Debus is Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at Konstanz University, with a special focus on the philosophy of language and the philosophy of mind. Her main area of research is the Philosophy of Mind. A substantial part of her published work is concerned with the mental phenomenon of memory; but she has also written on various other mental phenomena – imagination, attention, perception and the emotions.  | In this episode, we talk about philosophy of memory, and mental self-regulation. We ... (2022-Apr-08 • 47 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageGeorge Dickie, What Is Art? - The Institutional Definition Of Work Of Art - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher of art, George Dickie's article "What Is Art? An Institutional Analysis". Specifically it examines Dickie's attempt to provide a new "institutional" definition of "work of art". This is meant to be a classificatory, rather than evaluative definition, and makes reference to his conception of the "artworld". You can get Dickie's work, Art and the Aesthetic: An Institutional Analysis, here - https://amzn.to/2NLIRdc To support my ongoing wor... (2022-Apr-08 • 15 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageDelphine Horvilleur, rabbin : "Quand la mort surgît, raconter la vie est tout ce qu’il nous reste"
durée : 00:59:54 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Delphine Horvilleur est rabbin. Au quotidien, elle accompagne les vivants, au sens propre et au sens figuré, ceux qui traversent le deuil. Il lui fallait alors écrire sur la mort, qui l'habite depuis sa toute petite enfance. Mais comment parler de la mort, celle-là même qui échappe au langage ? - invités : Delphine Horvilleur Rabbin et philosophe (2022-Apr-08 • 60 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageDesire
The HBS hosts look under the hood, inspect the engine, and try to figure out what drives us. Perhaps more than any other affect, desire is put to work in so many areas of philosophy. For Plato, it is the beginning of knowledge (or the soul’s search for truth), for Augustine, it is what marks post-lapsarian humanity–“Our hears are restless until they rest in you.” For Hobbes, it is one of the root affects and, perhaps, the root of the war of all against all. More recently, desire has become a focus in femini... (2022-Apr-08 • 64 minutes • @hotelbarpodcast@DrLeighMJohnson@c_fpeterson@rickleephilos)
podcast image0G181: Existenz and Transhumanist Alienation
Well, we've come to the end of our very strange journey...or have we? Maybe there is no end to this bug anus journey and we'll just be finding new levels of bug anus from here on out. Maybe the bug anus symbolizes the gaping hole of alienation inside... (2022-Apr-08 • 59 minutes • @0gPhilosophy)
podcast imageEp. 159 - Why Christian Men Listen to Jordan Peterson Over Pastors w/Paul Vander Klay
Why are men in general and Christian men in particular so taken by Jordan Peterson? Paul Vander Klay (the pastor of the Intellectual Dark Web) joins me again on the podcast to help me answer this question. We get into Peterson's project in Maps of Meaning, what he means by meaning, and what he thinks about God, power dynamics, and what he gets right and wrong about Jesus's Sermon on the Mount. | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $1, $3, or $5 a month. Any amount helps, and for $5 you ... (2022-Apr-08 • 94 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast image26. Meghan Sullivan and Paul Blaschko on The Good Life Method
Rob and Massimo have a chat with Meghan Sullivan and Paul Blaschko, authors of The Good Life Method: Reasoning through the big questions of happiness, faith, and meaning. We even get to talk about philosophers on Tik Tok... (2022-Apr-08 • 59 minutes • @CityCollegeNY)
podcast imageA Post-pandemic Future: Sir Mark Walport
The Henry G. Friesen International Prize in Health Research recognizes distinguished leadership, vision and innovation. The 2021 lecture was delivered by internationally acclaimed Professor Sir Mark Walport, known globally for his innovative work in health research. The topic of his talk is Medical Research and Innovation: Post-Pandemic Priorities. (2022-Apr-08 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image95: Ethics and Truth
Today's topic is how to best think about ethical truth as it relates with truth in other areas of human inquiry such as mathematics and the natural sciences.  Many people believe that truth within ethics is something very different than truth within math, physics, or chemistry.  This episode takes a critical look at how well that belief stands up.   | Send your thoughts, questions, or ideas for episodes to: [email protected] (2022-Apr-08 • 10 minutes • @MillikinU)
podcast imageThe Gaze
This week, the fellas talk the Lacanian notion of 'the Gaze' as discussed in Todd McGowan's 'Looking for the Gaze: Lacanian Film Theory and Its Vicissitudes'. Join our Patreon for more episodes! https://www.patreon.com/zizeka... (2022-Apr-07 • 62 minutes • @zizekand)
podcast imageLove and Consequences: George Eliot's Middlemarch, Part Two
Middlemarch by George Eliot is a book full of characters, navigating everything from love, to family, to morality — in the end asking the question: is it a good thing to live a life of duty or is it ridiculous? This is the final episode of a two-part series. (2022-Apr-07 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageEV - 236 Reengaging LGBTQ nonbelievers with Callie Wright
My guest this week is Callie Wright (@calliegetsit). We discuss the recent history of movement secularism and why it's struggling with a reputation issue amongst LGBTQ communities. Callie's podcast: http://www.queersplaining.com/ Convocat... Julian Ayala Music by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosophy.libsyn.com/ Filmed Live Musicals Pod: https://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/thepo... us at Patreon.com/EmbraceTheVoid If you enjoy the show, please Like and Review us on you... (2022-Apr-07 • 73 minutes • @ETVPod)
podcast imageHow Do You Maternity?
Gwendolyn Dolske continues this mini-series on highlighting the journey of pregnancy. Dr. Jena Margalit Kravitz joins the pod to discuss her experience. What's it like having twins? Thank you to our sponsor: Support the pod: (2022-Apr-07 • 44 minutes • @InTheDetailsPod@GDolske@SaloRudy)
podcast imageProust et les philosophes 4/4 : Faut-il lire la Recherche comme un essai ?
durée : 00:57:49 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - "Faut-il faire de la Recherche un roman ou une étude philosophique ? Suis-je un romancier ?" se questionne Marcel Proust en 1908, dans ses Carnets. Quelles sont les thèses philosophiques, esthétiques, qu'il explore dans la Recherche ? - invités : Antoine Compagnon Professeur au Collège de France depuis 2006, titulaire de la chaire de Littérature française moderne et contemporaine (2022-Apr-07 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageCan You Savor it | Expect To Change Your Opinions
Ryan talks about why it’s so important to soak in the present moment, and reads The Daily Stoic’s entry of the day.For a limited time, the ebook edition of Courage Is Calling by Ryan Holiday is only $1.99! We have no idea how long the discount will last, so grab your copy now! Or if you prefer hardcover, you can get those over in the Daily Stoic store, where you can also get signed copies!Go Macro is a family-owned maker of some of the finest protein bars around. They're vegan, non-GMO, and they come i... (2022-Apr-07 • 12 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast image105: "The world is going to get better for animals in our lifetime" - Species Podcast host Macken Murphy - Sentientism
Macken is a writer and science educator. He hosts a weekly podcast about animals, Species, recommended by both Apple and BBC’s Wildlife magazine. He is currently studying anthropology at the University of Oxford. He has written a children’s book about animal symbiosis, Animal SideKicks. | *Content Warning - description of violence* | In Sentientist Conversations we talk about the two most important questions: “what’s real?” & “what matters?” | Sentientism is "evidence, reason & compassion for all se... (2022-Apr-07 • 104 minutes • @sentientism@JamieWoodhouse)
podcast imagePurification and the Moral Life: Transforming Desire
What if the impediments to moral growth are not purely or even primarily external to us? During the month of Ramadan, we explore the inner tension between our tendency toward egotism, craving, and self-deception, and the task of cultivating the virtues of humility, self-restraint, and moral clarity. (2022-Apr-07 • 54 minutes • @RadioNational)
podcast image#609 Joel Marks: Morality, Amorality, Desirism, and Animal Ethics
Dr. Joel Marks is professor emeritus of philosophy at the University of New Haven and a Bioethics Center Scholar at Yale University. His main areas of scholarly interest have been theoretical and applied ethics, both having come together in recent years in thinking about animal ethics. Meanwhile a new area of interest is planetary defense (against comets and asteroids). He is the author of several books, including Ethics Without Morals: In Defense of Amorality; It's Just a Feeling: The Philosophy of Desiris... (2022-Apr-07 • 86 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageGeorge Dickie, What Is Art? - Attempts To Define Art - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher of art, George Dickie's article "What Is Art? An Institutional Analysis". Specifically it examines the three phases he identifies in the history of attempts to define art. Phase 1 includes the imitative and expressive theories, which identify the essence of art with some characteristic that turns out not to be essential. Phase 2 includes positions critical of the notion of defining art. Phase 3 includes his institutional theory of art. You... (2022-Apr-07 • 15 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageWhat is Pseudo-Individualism? | Theodor Adorno & Max Horkheimer | Keyword
In this episode, I present Adorno and Horkheimer's notion of pseudo-individualism. If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphiloso... paypal.me/theoryphilosophy Twitter: @DavidGuignion IG: @t... (2022-Apr-06 • 16 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageRoy Foster on Ireland’s Many Unmade Futures
History is the story of those making a future that never came to pass. (2022-Apr-06 • 59 minutes • @tylercowen)
podcast imageUntangling Why Knots Are Important
Steven Strogatz explores the mysteries of knots with the mathematicians Colin Adams and Lisa Piccirillo. The post Untangling Why Knots Are Important first appeared on Quanta Magazine (2022-Apr-06 • 44 minutes • @QuantaMagazine@stevenstrogatz)
podcast imageEpisode 167: World Tour of Philosophy: Italy Part 3
This week join us as we plot each other's downfall with...with...I don't know, some sort of devious political strategy designed to gain support by unscrupulous means while, and at the same time, disposing of our enemies with cold, calculating dispassion. You know, there ought to be a word for that. Anyway, listen in as Danny tries to convince us that he is modeled after Michelangelo's David and Nesso puts up a frankly ludicrous argument for why Australia represents the Renaissance ideal. Oh yes, we also tal... (2022-Apr-06 • 18 minutes • @PhilosophyWtf)
podcast imageLove and Consequences: George Eliot's Middlemarch, Part One
Virginia Woolf called George Eliot's novel, Middlemarch 'one of the few English books written for grownups.' It's a book that excavates happiness and unhappiness and is perhaps more relevant now than ever. This is part one of a two-part series. (2022-Apr-06 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageInterview: Dr. Lee Ward on Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost | The New Thinkery Ep. 90
This week, the guys continue their running series on Shakespeare. On the docket is one of Shakespeare's early comedies, Love's Labour's Lost. To help them with the analysis, Dr. Lee Ward, Professor of Political Science at Baylor University, joins the... (2022-Apr-06 • 70 minutes • @thenewthinkery@alexpriou@GregMcBrayer3@Tempest1610)
podcast imageEp. 9 - Bounded Reflectivism & Epistemic Identity
In this episode, I read one of my 2022 articles in Metaphilosophy titled, "Bounded Reflectivism & Epistemic Identity". Does reflective reasoning help or hinder our judgment? In this paper, I take a middle view between reflectivism and anti-reflectivism... (2022-Apr-06 • 41 minutes • @byrd_nick)
podcast imageSusan Cain on Transforming Pain Into Beauty | This Is Our Most Dangerous Opponent
Ryan reads today’s daily meditation and talks to author Susan Cain about her new book “Bittersweet: How Sorrow and Longing Make Us Whole,” how melancholy can spark creativity and drive ambition, how to take heartbreak and mold something great out of it, and more.Susan Cain is the author of the bestsellers “Quiet Power: The Secret Strengths of Introverted Kids,” and “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in A World That Can't Stop Talking,” which is in its eighth year on The New York Times bestseller list and ... (2022-Apr-06 • 82 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageProust et les philosophes 3/4 : Contre Sainte-Beuve, faut-il distinguer l’homme de l’oeuvre ?
durée : 00:58:25 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Proust avait à coeur d'écrire sur l'homosexualité, et dans La Recherche, il dit beaucoup de lui. Alors son essai contre Sainte-Beuve, écrit avant son roman, où il dit que le "moi social" et le "moi profond" ne doivent pas être confondus, est-il une façon de protéger sa vie intime ? - invités : Matthieu Vernet (2022-Apr-06 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEp. 29: "Modal Conventionalism", Ross Cameron
The focus of this episode is Ross Cameron's "Modal Conventionalism" published in The Routledge Handbook of Modality in 2021. Here is a link to the paper, but these handbooks are insanely expensive, which I suppose is a good reason to do more episodes based on their chapters! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CondensedMatter... (2022-Apr-06 • 9 minutes • @KimptonNye)
podcast image35 | Moral Luck and Pedagogy (with Aaron Rabinowitz)
In this episode, we talk with Aaron Rabinowitz of Embrace the Void and Philosophers in Space about the paradoxes of moral luck, the problematic nature of our everyday notions of responsibility, and what good pedagogy looks like when you’ve agreed – as you must – that spontaneous, volitional free will is merely an illusion. We do some Kantian maneuvering, form provisional alliances, and all things considered have as good a time as is possible given our total lack of freedom.References:Thomas Nagel, “Moral Lu... (2022-Apr-05 • 69 minutes • @leftofphil@gdmorejon@whitherutopia@oglynwil@classreductress)
podcast imageProust et les philosophes 2/4 : Trafics de Proust, Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, Deleuze
durée : 00:59:47 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Que se passe-t-il quand des penseurs aussi géniaux que Merleau-Ponty, Sartre ou Deleuze se confrontent à un romancier comme Proust ? Est-ce en "trafiquant" avec autrui que l’on devient philosophe ? - invités : Anne Simon directrice de recherche au CNRS, rattachée au centre République des Savoirs à l’École normale supérieure (2022-Apr-05 • 60 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast image97 - The Perils of Predictive Policing (& Automated Decision-Making)
One particularly important social institution is the police force, who are increasingly using technological tools to help efficiently and effectively deploy policing resources. I’ve covered criticisms of these tools in the past, but in this episode, my g (2022-Apr-05 • @JohnDanaher)
podcast imageEpisode 234: Like A Dog (Kafka's "The Trial" Pt. 2)
David and Tamler conclude their discussion of "The Trial," Franz Kafka's darkly comic vision of an opaque and impenetrable bureaucracy that comes for us all in the end. Plus we interrupt our previously scheduled opening segment because apparently something happened at the Oscars last week. (2022-Apr-05 • 113 minutes • @verybadwizards@peez@tamler)
podcast imageEp. 28 Seneca and the Stoic Life - Stoic Thinkers Part 2
This episode focuses on the life and philosophy of Roman statesman and Stoic practitioner Seneca the Younger. Plus an advert to get you in the outdoor grilling frame of mind! This is part two of our series on Stoic thinkers. Open Door Philosophy on Twitter @d_parsonage or @opendoorphil Open Door Philosophy on Instagram @opendoorphilosophy Open Door Philosophy website at opendoorphilosophy.com Contact us via email at [email protected] (2022-Apr-05 • 60 minutes • @opendoorphil@d_parsonage)
podcast imageGeorge Dickie, What Is Art? - Three Senses Of "Work Of Art" - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher of art, George Dickie's article "What Is Art? An Institutional Analysis". Specifically it examines the distinction he makes between three senses of "work of art: the primary or classificatory, the secondary or derivative, and the evaluative. You can get Dickie's work, Art and the Aesthetic: An Institutional Analysis, here - https://amzn.to/2NLIRdc To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like t... (2022-Apr-05 • 11 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageDreams of a transhumanist future | Luke Robert Mason
Luke Robert Mason glimpses into the possibilities of our technologically enhanced future. (2022-Apr-05 • 28 minutes • @IAI_TV)
podcast imageOf Dogs and Derrida
Dogs are lauded as 'man's best friend.' But PhD student Molly Labenski argues that, in America, the real picture is of a dysfunctional, toxic 'friendship' between the human and canine species. She points to a revealing source of cultural attitudes — the use of fictional dogs by authors of 20th-century literature. An episode from our series, Ideas from the Trenches. (2022-Apr-05 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageThe VECTOR Explosion (What the Conspiracy!)
M tells Josh about an incident at a BSL-4 lab back in late 2019. No, not that BSL-4 lab! — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspi... (2022-Apr-05 • 48 minutes • @PodGuideCon@conspiracism@monkeyfluids)
podcast imageHow to Do Things with Emotions: Owen Flanagan
Are our emotional reactions natural or malleable? Which moral emotions are useful in our increasingly secular and multi-cultural environment? What kinds of anger should we give up?  Does shame get a bad wrap?  -- Interview with Owen Flanagan about his book How to Do Things with Emotions (2022-Apr-05 • 55 minutes • @ethicaltheoryr1)
podcast imageProust et les philosophes 1/4 : Proust est-il un philosophe raté ?
durée : 00:58:18 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Auteur d'une véritable thèse sur la mémoire, Proust se questionne dans ses Carnets : "Faut-il faire de la Recherche une étude philosophique ? Suis-je un romancier ?". Est-il celui qui aurait réussi à dépasser le clivage entre intellect et sensibilité ? - invités : Luc Fraisse professeur de littérature française à l'Université de Strasbourg (2022-Apr-04 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageGatekeeping, Class, and Applied Epistemology w/Louise Durham
In this episode, Élaina interviews Louise Durham, a PhD student in philosophy at the University of Aberdeen. Louise talks about the three “lightbulb moments” that motivated her decision to pursue academic philosophy. This episode is for all those who have been told to give up and who kept going mostly out of spite. It’s also for everyone who ever failed a logic class. You’re in good company. | You can follow Louise Durham on Twitter @louderlh and out Instagram @philosophyreads. | Book mentioned in this epis... (2022-Apr-04 • 29 minutes • @PhiloCCpod@ElainaGMamaril)
podcast imagePREMIUM-Ep. 290: Susanne Langer on Our Symbol-Making Nature (Part Two)
Continuing on Philosophy in a New Key (1942), ch. 1-5. Is symbolism the software running on the hardware of our senses, or are symbols baked even into that hardware? We talk pictures vs. symbols, types of symbol-pictures, and what it means for... (2022-Apr-04 • 12 minutes • @PartiallyExLife@MarkLinsenmayer@wesalwan@seth_paskin@DylanPEL)
podcast imageE66. "Rose-tinted Glasses" - Can you stop yourself from "growing up?"
Philosophy | Ethics Short Story Magazine: Code “Happy” for 12 Issues/$4.95! https://www.afterdinnerconversation.com/... “Top 20 Philosophy Podcast” for 2022!STORY SUMMARY: What do we lose when we leave childhood and become adults? Is this a good thing? Can we, at least for a moment, turn back time and see the world again as a child? In this work of philosophical short story fiction, Becca and Adam are members of the Fairytale Fellowship, a group of children who can still see the magic in the world and prote... (2022-Apr-04 • 33 minutes • @AfterDinnerCon)
podcast image#608 Moshe Hoffman & Erez Yoeli - Hidden Games; Game Theory and Irrational Human Behavior
Dr. Moshe Hoffman is a Research Scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology and Lecturer at Harvard's Department of Economics. | Dr. Erez Yoeli is a research scientist at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, where he directs the Applied Cooperation Team (ACT). His research focuses on altruism: understanding how it works and how to promote it. | They are both authors of Hidden Games: The Surprising Power of Game Theory to Explain Irrational Human Behavior. | In this episode, we focus on Hidde... (2022-Apr-04 • 108 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageThe Authoritarian Personality
A groundbreaking study conducted in the wake of the Second World War by a group of scholars rocked the academic world when it was published in 1950 — but fell out of favour. Now a new generation of scholars is reviving the lessons of The Authoritarian Personality to understand the politics of our time. (2022-Apr-04 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast image#Episode 36. Drugs, Society and the Law ft. Peter Krykant and Dr Saket Priyadarshi
Calum and Neil get the opportunity to talk to Peter Krykant, who is a political activist and Project Lead with the harm reduction charity Cranstoun, and Dr Saket Priyadarshi, who is an Associate Medical Director with Greater Glasgow and Clyde Alcohol and Drug Services. This episode discusses the distinctions between different forms of drugs, the issues surrounding drug use within society, the causes of these issues and what some possible solutions might be. It also includes a host discussion at the end wher... (2022-Apr-04 • 76 minutes • @ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image191 | Jane McGonigal on How to Imagine the Future
I talk with futurist and game designer Jane McGonigal about using social simulations to understand the future. (2022-Apr-04 • 82 minutes • @seanmcarroll)
podcast imageEp. 158 - Religious Experience and Really Knowing God w/Dr. Harold Netland
What is religious experience? What role does it play in making arguments for God's existence? Can we be justified in our knowledge of God?? These are some of the questions we cover in this episode of the Parker's Pensées Podcast. |  I'm joined by my old professor, Dr. Harold A. Netland of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, to discuss his fantastic new book, Religious Experience and the Knowledge of God: The Evidential Force of Divine Encounters.  | Grab the book from my affiliate link here to su... (2022-Apr-04 • 67 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageWhat Will It Bring Out Of You? | What Can Go Wrong… Might
Ryan talks about how our character is exposed in themes extreme circumstances, and reads this week’s meditation from The Daily Stoic Journal.Go Macro is a family-owned maker of some of the finest protein bars around. They're vegan, non-GMO, and they come in a bunch of delicious flavors. Visit gomacro.com and use promo code STOIC for 30% off your order plus free shipping on all orders over $50.Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://DailyStoic.com/emailFollow us: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, ... (2022-Apr-04 • 10 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageCicero On The Ends Book 3 - What Is In Accordance With Nature - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On The Ends, which discusses problems and perspectives on happiness, ethics, and human nature Specifically it examines his discussion in book 3 about the Stoic notion of what is in accordance with, or harmonizes with, nature. This concept plays a major role in Stoic Ethics. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can... (2022-Apr-04 • 13 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageEpisode 37: Mental Illness and Moral Responsibility with Sofia Jeppsson
In this episode, we talk with Sofia Jeppsson about why we should not take mental illness to function as an exemption from moral responsibility and why we shouldn’t take what P. F. Strawson called the “objective stance” towards those who are mentally ill.Sofia's departmental website: https://www.umu.se/en/staff/sofia-jeppss... Sofia's personal website: https://www.sofiajeppsson.com/Sofia&apos... article, "Psychosis and Intelligibility": https://muse.jhu.edu/article/806103Twitt... https://... (2022-Apr-04 • 38 minutes • @thefreewillshow@taylorwcyr@MatthewFlummer)
podcast image#277 — How Does the War in Ukraine End?
A Conversation with Ian Bremmer (2022-Apr-03 • 38 minutes • @SamHarrisOrg)
podcast imageHAP 97 - American Dream - Martin Luther King Jr.
The story of Martin Luther King Jr. up to 1963, focusing on the development of his philosophy of nonviolence. (2022-Apr-03 • 26 minutes • @HistPhilosophy@ChikeJeffers)
podcast imageMoral beauty and art
Movies and TV series increasingly feature leading characters that are morally repugnant, and yet we respond positively to their charisma. Why do we like them so much on screen? And is our emotional investment in their stories indicative of moral failure on our own part? This week we're exploring ideas of moral beauty, moral ugliness, and the strange ways in which artists - even in apparently morally neutral fields like architecture - can play with our notions of good and evil. (2022-Apr-03 • 28 minutes • @DavidPZone)
podcast image7 Life Changing Stoic Ideas That You Can Practice Daily
Stoicism is a practical philosophy, which means it is made to be PRACTICED. In this podcast, Ryan discusses 7 key ideas of Stoicism that will help you develop a daily practice and respond to challenging situations in your life. Stoicism provides exercises to help manage stress, excessive thought, anger, depression, worry, and other destructive mindstates. Stoic practices can help develop a sense of inner peace and calmWatch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0lmSRCS... a member of Daily Stoic Life... (2022-Apr-03 • 11 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageChristian Madsbjerg (Sensemaking): Sensemaking in the Age of the Algorithm | STM Podcast #126
On episode 126, we welcome Professor Christian Madbjerg to discuss the elements of ‘sense-making’, the benefits and limits of data collection, Moneyball and why some of the sports teams implementing purely statistical approaches aren’t as... (2022-Apr-03 • 74 minutes • @seize_podcast@EgoEndsNow@leonscafe31)
podcast imageSex, Gender and Sexual Orientation | Raja Halwani
Is your sexual orientation determined by the sex or the gender of the person you’re attracted to? How does gender fluidity impact sexual orientation? Are there other sexual orientations like demisexuality, sapiosexuality and more? (2022-Apr-03 • 60 minutes • @JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image485: The Doomsday Doctrine
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/doo... doctrine of mutually assured destruction is supposed to deter both sides in a war from launching the first nuclear strike. However, the strategy of the US, NATO, and other super powers has been to plan the destruction of nearly all life on Earth. If near total annihilation would be monstrous, ethically speaking, then what should we say about preparing for and planning it? Can there be any moral justification for plausibly threatening a nuclear holocaust? A... (2022-Apr-03 • 10 minutes • @philtalkradio)
podcast imageFilm Noir
Ryan and Todd explore theories of film noir and try to account for its success as a cinematic movement. They discuss films such as Out of the Past, Double Indemnity, and The Third Man, as well as figures such as the femme fatale and the hard-boiled detective in an effort to understand what gives film noir its radicality. (2022-Apr-03 • 81 minutes • @UVMcas)
podcast imageCicero On The Ends Book 3 - Appropriate Acts Or Duties - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On The Ends, which discusses problems and perspectives on happiness, ethics, and human nature Specifically it examines his discussion in book 3 about appropriate acts or duties (officia in Latin). These strictly speaking are not morally right or good in themselves, but can be in accordance with moral virtue. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to ... (2022-Apr-03 • 12 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageThis Is How To Own Everything | You’re a Product of Your Training
Ryan talks about the vital importance of stillness and presence, and reads The Daily Stoic’s entry of the day.Try Surfshark risk-free with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Get Surfshark VPN at surfshark.deals/STOIC. Enter promo code STOIC for 83 % off and three extra months free.As a member of Daily Stoic Life, you get all our current and future courses, 100+ additional Daily Stoic email meditations, 4 live Q&As with bestselling author Ryan Holiday (and guests), and 10% off your next purchase from the Dai... (2022-Mar-31 • 11 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imageHannah Arendt’s ”The Origins of Totalitarianism” (Part 5/6)
In this episode, I continue my presentation of Hannah Arendt's "The Origins of Totalitarianism" by beginning the section on Totalitarianism. If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphiloso... (2022-Apr-02 • 32 minutes • @DavidGuignion)
podcast imageEpisode 16 - Visual Politics with Mark Reinhardt
We've been looking at what Plato's allegory means. But what happens when we examine what it does? We'll discuss political scientist Mark Reinhardt's article "The Cave of Images: Understanding Visual Politics in and through Plato’s Republic" and what we c... (2022-Mar-31 • 140 minutes • @lifeplatoscave@MarioVeen)
podcast imageEV - 235 Grand Unified Theory of Bullshit with Tom and Cecil
My guest this week are Tom and Cecil of the Cognitive Dissonance podcast (@dissonance_pod). We discuss their new book, The Grand Unified Theory of Bullshit, and how to apply their GUT check approach to reduce our risk of absorbing misinformation. The Grand Unified Theory of Bullshit: https://www.amazon.com/Grand-Unified-The... podcast: https://dissonancepod.com/ Convocation: Frankfurt Music by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pods: Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosophy.libsyn.com/ Filmed Live Musicals Pod: ... (2022-Mar-31 • 66 minutes • @ETVPod)
podcast imageMind and the Philosophy of Medicine with David Corfield
Medicine involves more than science and evidence-based experiments. In today’s health climate—where there seems to be a conflict of interest between health care, on the one hand, and pharmaceutical companies and the privatization of medicine, the other hand—it is easy to overlook a more holistic approach that understands how illness is causally linked to both the mind and body. David Corfield (University of Kent, UK) is Associate Professor of Philosophy, with special interests in the philosophies of mathema... (2022-Mar-31 • 56 minutes • @ToddMei1)
podcast imageIs anger corrosive to the moral life? A conversation with Christos Tsiolkas
There is no doubt that emotions like anger can be a proper response to the persistence of injustice or inequality or prejudice or cruelty in the world. But it can also be exhausting and insatiable in its desire for retribution, or to impose one’s will upon the world. Should we, then, seek to renounce anger? (2022-Mar-31 • 54 minutes • @RadioNational)
podcast imageThe End of Astronauts, Robotic Space Missions and Our Future on Earth & Beyond with Prof Martin Rees
Human space exploration is challenging as well as fascinating. However, the excitement of space flight for astronauts comes at a high cost and is riddled with danger. As our robot explorers become more capable, governments and corporations must consider whether the ambition to send astronauts to the Moon and Mars is worth the cost and risk. In this episode of Bridging the Gaps, I speak with professor Martin Rees who is one of the authors of “The End of Astronauts: Why Robots Are the Future of Exploration”. ... (2022-Mar-31 • 48 minutes • @BTG_ie)
podcast imageThe Arthashastra
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the ancient Sanskrit text the Arthashastra, regarded as one of the major works of Indian literature. Written in the style of a scientific treatise, it provides rulers with a guide on how to govern their territory and sets out what the structure, economic policy and foreign affairs of the ideal state should be. According to legend, it was written by Chanakya, a political advisor to the ruler Chandragupta Maurya (reigned 321 – 297 BC) who founded the Mauryan Empire, the first g... (2022-Mar-31 • 56 minutes • @BBCInOurTime)
podcast imageThe Travels of Mirza Saleh Shirazi
In the 18th and 19th centuries, a series of Persian travellers from Iran and India to visit cities all over the world. They wrote popular travelogues describing the cultures and ideas they encountered and asked the questions fundamental to all of us: who am I? What is our relationship to each other, and to the world? * Originally broadcast on March 9, 2020. (2022-Mar-31 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imagePodcast episode 24: Interview with Lorenzo Cigana on the Copenhagen Circle
In this interview, we talk to Lorenzo Cigana about Louis Hjelmslev and the Copenhagen Linguistic Circle. Download | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts References for Episode 24 Primary Sources ‘Travail collectif du Cercle linguistique de Copenhague’, in Proceedings…Read more › (2022-Mar-31 • 27 minutes • @hiphilangsci@TeapotLinguist)
podcast imageUltramarathoner Courtney Dauwalter on Building Mental Strength
Ryan talks to ultramarathon runner Courtney Dauwalter about the balance between listening to your body and pushing through pain, prioritizing happiness and enjoyment rather than optimization, her metaphor of the pain cave that she visualizes when pushing her body, and more.Courtney Dauwalter is the world’s best female ultra runner in the world, and when it comes to races over 200 miles, she is, hands down, the best. She is a two-time ultra runner of the year, and has been named one of the top 50 fittest ath... (2022-Apr-02 • 75 minutes • @dailystoic@RyanHoliday)
podcast imagePhilip Glass, répétez s’il vous plaît ! 4/4 : Musique répétitive, repeat after Glass
durée : 00:58:08 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - Pour John Cage, "Philip Glass et sa musique habitent le même monde". Ancré dans l'époque des années 70, Glass, travaillant sur des matériaux enregistrés, se sert de procédés mécaniques pour inventer une nouvelle écriture musicale, un nouveau langage, basés sur la répétition. (2022-Mar-31 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast image#606 Peter Sterling - What is health? Allostasis and the Evolution of Human Design (Pt. 1)
Dr. Peter Sterling is Professor of Neuroscience in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. His broad goal has been to learn how the brain is designed – to understand its functional architecture. He is the author of books like Principles of Neural Design, and What is health? Allostasis and the Evolution of Human Design. | In this episode, we focus on What is health?. We start by talking about the best way to approach the study of how the brain is designed, and how to study it at di... (2022-Mar-31 • 59 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageCicero On The Ends Book 3 - Virtue And The Preferred Indifferents - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On The Ends, which discusses problems and perspectives on happiness, ethics, and human nature Specifically it examines his discussion in book 3 about an issue in Stoic moral theory that is sometimes confusing for those studying Stoic ethics: how do these two ranges of value fit into each other - the virtues, which Stoics regard as the good, and the preferred indifferents, which are not strictly speaki... (2022-Apr-02 • 12 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast image#33: I'm supposed to be doing what I love - what's gone wrong?
Lucky you: you get to spend your time researching that thing you find more interesting than anything else in the whole world! So, why is it that you can't bring yourself to do it these days? Why does the thought of it make you feel anxious and overwhelmed rather than excited and energised?Friend, you've fallen out of love with your research. It happens. And it's not just you. Unfortunately, academia (and, come to think of it, the world in general) is geared to trying to motivate you in ways t... (2022-Apr-01 • 19 minutes • @AcademicImp@rebecca_roache)
podcast imageCours particulier 30/35 : Raphaël Gaillard, psychiatre : "Notre cerveau ne se supporte plus"
durée : 00:57:55 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth - C'est en lisant Sherlock Holmes que Raphaël Gaillard a décidé de devenir psychiatre, le chemin de la médecine passant par le goût du récit. Comment accompagner les patients dans leur apprentissage d'eux-mêmes ? Comment penser les liens entre psychiatrie et psychanalyse ? Où commence la maladie ? - invités : Raphaël Gaillard Professeur de psychiatrie à l'Université Paris-Descartes et responsable du pôle psychiatrie de l'hôpital Saint-... (2022-Apr-01 • 58 minutes • @Philochemins@AdeleVanReeth)
podcast imageEpisode 115 - Letter to Herodotus 4 - Atoms, Void, and Basic Epistemology Issues
Welcome to Episode One Hundred Fifteen of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world, and to Epicurus, the founder of the Epicurean School. I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. We encourage you ... (2022-Apr-01 • 55 minutes • @NewEpicurean)
podcast imageWhat Is Friendship? | S. Abbas Raza
On this episode of “What Is X?” Justin E.H. Smith asks: What is friendship? His guest, S. Abbas Raza, is the founding editor of 3 Quarks Daily and has a graduate degree in philosophy from Columbia, but what qualifies him as an expert on this topic is quite simple: he is one of Justin’s oldest friends. Together, the two settle into a relaxed conversation on the nature of friendship—once a high priority for the ancient philosophers, and yet strangely neglected today—and take their own as something of a case s... (2022-Apr-01 • 57 minutes • @jehsmith)
podcast image60. Collateral (w/ Katie Walsh)
Join us and Katie Walsh (LA Times, Miami Nice) for one night in L.A. as we journey through deserted streets with a meek cabbie dreamer (Jamie Foxx) and his assassin fare (Tom Cruise). We discuss cities and alienation, indecision and action, order and chaos, psychopaths and empaths, coyotes and subways. We gush about Cruise and Foxx playing against type, and wonder about how taxi drivers manage to keep all those streets straight. You might be surprised to find out where this Michael Mann film stacks up in hi... (2022-Apr-01 • 67 minutes • @cowspod@juskhoo)
podcast image94: Truth: The Basic Views
During this episode of the egg timer three major themes/questions related with truth are covered.  What is it that truth applies to?  How do subjectivity and objectivity relate with truth? What are the major philosophical approaches to thinking about truth?   | Send your thoughts, questions, and ideas for future episodes to: [email protected] | Image Attribution: By Walt Disney - Original Trailer (1940), Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.ph... (2022-Apr-01 • 13 minutes • @MillikinU)
podcast imageEpisode 78: Catherine Kendig
On Episode 78, Nick chats with Catherine Kendig, Associate Professor of | Philosophy at Michigan State University, about her path to studying | classification in scientific practice, non-dichotomous ways of thinking, | socially-engaged philosophy of agriculture, and dealing with | “demarcationist” tendencies in philosophy of science. (2022-Apr-01 • @SciPhiPod@NickZautra)
podcast imageS3 E5: Jay Garfield
In this episode, I talk with Jay Garfield, Professor of Philosophy at Smith College, about the Buddhist philosopher Candrakirti and how teaching Indian philosophy at Yale-NUS impacted his understanding of Western philosophers like Hume. | Further Resources | Jay Garfield’s website: https://jaygarfield.org/  | David Hume: | https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/hume/ | The Concealed Influence of Custom (Jay Garfield): https://global.oup.com/academic/product/... | Candrakirti and Hume on the Self and the Pe... (2022-Apr-01 • 15 minutes • @cmalcolmkeating)
podcast imageCicero On The Ends Book 3 - Indifferents Preferred, Rejected, & Neutral - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On The Ends, which discusses problems and perspectives on happiness, ethics, and human nature Specifically it examines his discussion in book 3 focused on the Stoic conception of "indifferents" (adiaphora), which are neither good nor bad. These encompass matters such as life and death, health and disease, wealth and poverty, and pain and pleasure. None of these make a significant contribution to happ... (2022-Apr-01 • 15 minutes • @philosopher70)
podcast imageWhose job is it to clean up space junk?
There's so much junk flying around in outer space – broken bits of old rockets and thousands of dead satellites. There are even golf balls left on the moon! But who has the responsibility for cleaning up all this rubbish? | | Brains Trust: Newtown Public School: Oliver, Freya, Maggie, Arun, Heath, Malley (2022-Apr-01 • 19 minutes • @matthewtbeard)
podcast imageHow to win an argument with your parents
Have you ever been trying to convince your parents of something and just ended up crying, yelling or storming off to sulk in your room? Grown-ups might be bigger than you, they might have more power than you, and they might even be wiser than you, but that doesn’t mean you can't beat your parents in a good fair argument. And even if you still don’t win, learning to argue in a way that’s good for everyone is a really handy skill to have. | | | | Brains Trust: Lyneham Primary School: Neve, Ashwyn, Alice,... (2022-Apr-01 • 22 minutes • @matthewtbeard)
podcast imageWilliam J. Talbott, "Learning from Our Mistakes: Epistemology for the Real World" (Oxford UP, 2021)
The enterprise of Western epistemology has largely been devoted to a collection of issues concerning the definition and analysis of knowledge. What makes knowledge different from true belief? When is one’s evidence or justification for one’s belief sufficient for knowledge? When must we revise our beliefs? What methods or processes can be relied on for forming rational beliefs? These endeavors typically aspire to defeat skepticism. Yet they often fall flat. In response, contemporary epistemologists have dev... (2022-Apr-01 • 74 minutes • @NewBooksPhil)
podcast imageDo you have to forgive someone who says sorry?
If someone does or says something bad to you, but then apologises for it, should you forgive them no matter what? Even if you don't really feel it in your heart? | | Brains Trust: Lyneham Primary School: Neve, Ashwyn, Alice, Ava, Sammy (2022-Apr-01 • 23 minutes • @matthewtbeard)
podcast imageMemory
The HBS hosts discuss the role of memory in the constitution of human intelligence, subjectivity and culture/civilization.As we age, we often lose the ability to retain our past experiences. In doing so, we seem to lose a part (or even all) of our selves. What is the role of memory in the constitution of human intelligence, subjectivity and culture/civilization? In this episode, the HBS hosts discuss memory and its relation to personal identity and social identity. This means that we also confront forgettin... (2022-Apr-01 • 64 minutes • @hotelbarpodcast@DrLeighMJohnson@c_fpeterson@rickleephilos)
podcast imageThe Art of the Moog
With Will Gregory and Graham Fitkin (2022-Apr-01 • 24 minutes • @JulianBaggini)
podcast imageEp. 157 - What is Substance Dualism? w/Dr. Stewart Goetz
In this episode of the Parker's Pensées Podcast, I'm joined by Dr. Stewart Goetz to discuss his work on the soul and substance dualism. Dr. Goetz and I mostly focus in on his work in the Routledge Companion to Substance Dualism.  | If you like this podcast, then support it on Patreon for $1, $3, or $5 a month. Any amount helps, and for $5 you get a Parker's Pensées sticker and instant access to all the episode as I record them instead of waiting for their release date. Check it out here: | Patreon: htt... (2022-Apr-01 • 70 minutes • @trendsettercase)
podcast imageEmpires Strike Back - Did the “Balance of Power” Just Make a Comeback?: A Conversation with Vladimir Petrovic
For a while, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, we could tell ourselves that the American-led liberal internationalist order was on the rise. That story had some big holes in it, but if we squinted a bit it was almost believable. Not "the end of his... (2022-Apr-01 • 66 minutes • @UMBEthics)
podcast image#607 Nicole Prause: Sex, Porn, and Addiction
Dr. Nicole Prause is a neuroscientist researching human sexual behavior, addiction, and the physiology of sexual response. She is also the founder of Liberos LLC, an independent research institute. | In this episode, we talk about sex, porn, and addiction. We start with sex, and hypersexual people. We then get into porn, and ask if it can be addictive, and talk about the relationship between porn consumption and sex drive, the effects of masturbation, the (negative) psychological effects of watching porn, a... (2022-Apr-01 • 38 minutes • @TheDissenterYT)
podcast imageIs it okay to read someone else's diary?
Anne Frank was a young Jewish girl who was killed by the Nazi's a long time ago. Before she died she wrote a diary which ended up become a book. It has now been read by millions of people and is often given to school kids to read in English class. But should we really be reading her diary at all? | | Interview: Stephanie Irvine | | Brains Trust: Newtown Public School: Kate, Wolfgang, Gabriel, Jesse, Betty, Honey. (2022-Apr-01 • 23 minutes • @matthewtbeard)
podcast imageDo toys and games shape who we'll become?
People often give certain kinds of toys and games to girls when they are young and other kinds of toys and games to boys. But do the toys and games you are given as a child shape what sort of person you will become in life? And does it matter? | | Brains Trust: Lyneham Primary School: Oliver, Lanna, Toby, Riley, Elly (2022-Apr-01 • 26 minutes • @matthewtbeard)
podcast imageAround the World in 80 Plays: The Seagull
The playwright Anton Chekhov wrote to a friend that he was writing a play with "a great deal of conversation about literature, little actions, tons of love." The Seagull is not unlike our own lives, where there isn't a ready-made plot with a neat ending. This episode is a collaboration between IDEAS and Soulpepper Theatre Company's audio drama series Around the World in 80 Plays. It originally aired on May 12, 2021. (2022-Apr-01 • 54 minutes • @NahlahAyed)
podcast imageGLOBAL REPARATIONS with Olúfẹmi O. Táíwò
A deep dive into the philosophy of reparations with Olúfẹmi O. Táíwò. We cover the context & questions asked, Rawls, Nozick, arguments for equality, & harm repair vs constructivst accounts of reparations. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKq83FUs... (2022-Apr-01 • 66 minutes • @PolPhilPod)
podcast image0G180: Naked Lunch and Beat Philosophy
We've reached the peak of bug anus mountain! The greatest Cronenberg movie there ever was, the driving force behind all his weirdness. Now, finally, we are all on the same page about what it means for something to be truly Cronenberg. Content: ... (2022-Apr-01 • 63 minutes • @0gPhilosophy)

Questions in Podcast Episode Descriptions

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Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Comment bien habiter le monde ?
... Comment reconnaître nos excès, comprendre cette planète que nous habitons et dont les mécanismes, p...
Tolerance and freedom are front and centre but who do we tolerate?
... Do we tolerate the intolerant?
... Can we educate people to make appropriate choices or do we have to censor those that don’t agree wi...
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Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Si le bac nous confronte toutes et tous à la philosophie, après, que se pa...
... Comment fait-on de la philo ?
... Sa pratique a-t-elle évolué et dans quel sens ?
... Qu'en lit-on ?
... Comment s'en sert-on ?
When is death preferable to living?  Are there fates worse than death?
... And what sort of future society should we build?
What do philosophers mean by tropes?
... What about properties?
... And what's an NFT?
Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Comment et pourquoi le plaisir sexuel est-il devenu coupable ?
... Et est-ce à force de culpabiliser le plaisir qu’on le provoque et l’intensifie ?
Is it morally acceptable to go on strike, disrupting the lives and livelihoods of millions of peopl...
... But whatever the arguments behind the dispute, what’s the moral case for a strike?
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So where do our rights to define ourselves begin and end?
What is Biblical Theology?
... How does it differ from systematic theology, historical theology, exegetical theology, etc.?
mais quel rapport entre le plaisir et le souci ?
... Comment le souci de soi peut-il organiser nos pratiques sexuelles et donner une direction morale et...
Are humans the only animals with culture?
... For instance, what can elephant mourning rituals tell us about elephant society and whether these c...
who is being forgotten and why?
What makes flow activities so rewarding?
... Do you need to develop skills over many years to experience them?
... Do easy and natural social interactions count as flow?
Why do these different types of philosophers hate each other?
... When and why did the split happen?
... What kinds of problems did the analytics see within the history of philosophy that warranted a chan...
... What goals should philosophy aim for?
... What does “progress” look like in philosophy?
... How should science and prepositional calculus fit into philosophy?
Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Si la construction du "je" est le résultat de normes imposées puis intério...
... en envisageant des plaisirs qui contrecarrent nos désirs, en modifiant son rapport à soi, dans le j...
When philosophers try to figure out what really exists (God?
... matter?
So is there something to say for the largely unmodified body?
Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Le sexe est-il le problème fondamental que les hommes ont à résoudre ?
... La sexualité que nous découvrons en nous nous appartient-elle ?
... Ou est-elle construite, comme tout mécanisme d'assujetissement ?
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But why is hope so important in healthcare, if indeed it is?
If my peers are just as smart as me, and have the same evidence that I have, but come to a differen...
... Should I hold fast to my belief or should I withhold judgment?
... Whatever I decide about general cases of disagreement, should I also apply that to religious disagr...
Are we minds or brains?
... Is it possible for two persons to inhabit the same body?
... And can a person survive gaps in their existence?
So what is the connection between older ideas about Jews and Judaism, and contemporary antisemitic ...
... How are conspiratorial fears about Jewish invisibility and global control related to the emergence ...
act on his own accord?
Sommes-nous coupables de vouloir sucrer le quotidien ?
You're totally on board in theory with the idea of being kinder to yourself - it's just t...
... And while you recognise that overwork is a problem, you can't make time for rest, because then...
Is the physical world causally closed?
how is the idea of home embedded in music and how have decades of conflict reshaped Afghan music?
Is the gap between rich and poor in the UK fair?
le libertarisme est-il devenu un thème de la pop culture à part entière ?
Can we be responsible for bad actions?
... Only good ones?
The real challenge to building on the frontier?
Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Vivrait-on mieux avec les autres en assumant son égoïsme ?
Still, can we really search for life on other worlds, or understand the earliest stages of life on ...
What are thought experiments?
... What role do they play in philosophy, and how might they be helpful to us in our own lives?
What counts as authorship?
... Why does it matter?
... Should we stop putting our names on what we write and sign off instead, as early scribes preferred ...
Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Quelle vie veut-on mener ?
... Une vie d'accomplissement personnel ou une vie d'accomplissement à travers les autres ?
... Quand on est libéral, comment ne pas sacrifier l'égalité ?
Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Comment distinguer le libertarianisme du libéralisme ?
... Suffit-il, pour définir le libertarianisme, de le décrire comme une pensée qui radicalise les princ...
... Quels sont les différents courants du libertarianisme ?
Can you ever truly go home again?
So what exactly is existentialism?
... How is man condemned to be free, as Sartre claimed?
... And what’s so hellish about other people?
How much more enjoyable would your days be without the constant dread of stress looming over you?
... In this video best-selling author Ryan Holiday explores 10 of the best time-tested ways that the St...
Are soldiers fighting for the wrong side ever justified in killing?
... Should we punish these soldiers even if they were coerced by their State to fight?
... And is it ever justified to kill civilians?
Mais qui était-il pour imaginer ça ?
... A-t-il prophétisé ce monde dans lequel nous vivons ?
But what are the rules of a war crime and how can they be enforced?
What is the future of the Monarchy?
... But now the bunting is down and the carnival is over, how committed are we, as a nation, to the mon...
De la même façon qu'on fait son deuil, comment "faire" sa douleur ?
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How easily do we anthropomorphise robots?
... Do we see them as moral agents or, even, moral patients?
... Can we dehumanise them?
So is there a fair way to build and maintain that fence in today’s political climate?
toute douleur choisie est-elle imprégnée de sens ?
... Lorsque la douleur est subie, dans la torture, construire un récit intérieur peut-il amener à dépas...
... Quel est le soi auquel nous fait parvenir la douleur ?
Who is Michael PolanyI?
... What is tacit knowledge?
... What is Covenantal Epistemology?
Pourquoi les larmes ont-elles de moins en moins coulé ?
If something can't emerge from nothing, then how is learning possible?
... Is "rareness" a necessary condition for paradoxes?
... What are we to think about so called time-travel paradoxes?
... What is the relationship between paradoxes and contradiction?
... Can paradoxes exist within originary presentation, or only in representation?
But we’re not Ivan Ilyich and we’re not ‘all men’- so what does this have to do with us?
... Right?
Why is this?
What does it mean to be a person?
So why do they let their work bosses walk all over them?
La douleur, qui nous métamorphose, est-elle une nécessité de l'existence ?
... Mais à quoi bon ?
... Est-il même possible de la penser ?
Do nations have the "right" to go to war?
What is an "Aha" moment, and why does it matter for our lives?
While future AI might be excellent at appearing conscious, could AI ever actually become conscious?
... Would forcing conscious robots to work for us be akin to slavery?
Comment le sauver sans s'y noyer ?
Do you tell yourself that, in order to be a strong, successful, productive human, you need to have ...
Pour gouverner, faut-il être aimé ou être craint ?
... Comment trouver le juste équilibre entre sincérité et manipulation ?
"What is time?" Is time an external, objective fact, or is the flow and tempo of the worl...
... Could a robot have consciousness even if it didn't understand time?
How did life begin on Earth?
Signifient-elles que le hasard a quelque chose à jouer en politique, ou bien la volonté ?
... Peut-on se servir du hasard pour devenir un grand chef politique, comme une épreuve de soi ?
Alors comment bien interpréter sa philosophie ?
But what exactly counts as truth in memoir?
... Is the distinction between “literal truth” and “emotional truth” just a way of shirking responsibil...
Could you be a brain in a vat, or be living in a simulated or virtual reality?
... Could you live a meaningful, valuable existence even if you were?
So why do they fall for these myths?
Is religious disagreement a special case of epistemological disagreement or is it just like any oth...
Alors le moche, nouvelle norme esthétique ?
What benefits does the internet bring to philosophy and/or philosophers?
... Is the internet our new “town square?” If so, should philosophy be brought to the town square?
Does the 2022 federal election tell us anything about the future of Australian democracy?
Was Aristotle's view of slavery evil, idiotic, a combination, or something else entirely?
Can the so-called qualitative aspects of consciousness be explained in holistic and functionalist t...
... Can the consciousness of a mental state be wholly explained in terms of a non-conscious thought abo...
What exactly is a paradox?
... Are paradoxes a feature of reality itself, or only of the relationship between the mind and reality
... If space can be divided infinitely, how is motion possible?
David and Tamler explore the many variations of simulation theory, the view that our universe is ju...
... Are any of the arguments for simulation theory compelling or are they just post-hoc ways of justify...
Mais où se loge la sincérité dans cet exercice de style ?
Or is it?
... fail again, fail better?
What is consciousness?
... Why is there a hard problem of explaining how consciousness relates to the physical brain?
What justifies scientific theory?
Why is the truth important?
... Who decides what the truth is?
... Is there such a thing as objective, eternal truth, or is truth simply a matter of perspective, of l...
So why are so many so willing to reject the evidence of their senses and deny basic, confirmable tr...
Can I do that, please?
The HBS hosts chat with actor, dancer, and choreographer Blake Zolfo about what makes musical theat...
Adèle Van Reeth - Comment écrire cinématographiquement en lumière ?
... Comment travailler le contraste ?
... Que nous fait la lumière ?
... Est-elle l'essence même du monde ?
Are you one of those people who thinks that if a thing's worth doing, it's worth doing pa...
... Who feels like they must be doing something wrong if it feels too effortless?
Is a tree nothing but its material makeup, or does reality include trees above and beyond what they...
... How about consciousness – nothing but neural activity, or something over and above it?
Quelles visions de l'amour et de la façon de le filmer partagent-ils ?
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Est-il devenu cinéaste pour percer le mystère féminin ?
... Peut-on voir le film comme un témoignage sur les relations homme-femme à l'époque ?
Is it possible to get to a place where body size no longer matters?
How can we know that we are more than our physical bodies?
En abyme, que dit-il de son rapport au cinéma ?
... Quelle vérité recherche-t-il ?
... Les films sont-ils plus importants que la vie ?
Serait-il le double cinématographique de Truffaut ?
The first question is, why is dualism so tenacious?
... The second is, what is really at issue in the debate between Burge and McDowell?
It ran, what?
... A season?
So is there a way to reconcile Mill’s liberal project with his utilitarianism?
What makes a hero?
... A villain?
What is creativity and how does it work?
... Is all creativity valuable?
What can we learn from other cultures about better ways to do anger and shame?
... How can we develop better norms for being angry at the right things, in the right way, at the right...
What are numbers?
... Are the real entities out there in the world?
... In some other realm?
... Should we be Platonists about numbers?
... How can abstract mathematics be so applicable to our everyday existence?
Can living scientifically empower us to navigate the complexities of today’s complex and unpredicta...
... Can the joy of critical thinking and the effectiveness of the scientific method assist us in making...
... Can living a more rational life help us navigate modern life more confidently?
Mais n’est-elle réductible qu’à un organe, le nez ?
... Où se situe la création de parfums entre art, science et industrie cosmétique ?
... Est-ce une poétique de l’olfaction ?
Okay, imagine if we had to care about people who weren't born at the right time, within the right b...
... Out of this world enough for you?
Mais de quelle mélancolie parle-t-on ?
What if the key to respecting and appreciating non-human animals resided in understanding our human...
Animals — what on earth are they thinking?
A hundred episodes of the egg timer later, but are numbers even real?
Are the stars pointing the way to a brighter future, or are they stars of ill omen, warning us of w...
Katrien Devolder and Julian Savulescu discuss the ethics of lockdowns Should lockdowns and other re...
... everyone, or certain groups of people only?
Generational differences emerge in subtle ways, but how do we identify these?
... And how does the new generation of youth culture Gen Z is defining differ from Ellie and David’s ge...
But what exactly is vaccine nationalism?
... Is it really wrong to prioritise one's own citizens?
... How can we do better when the next pandemic strikes?
When, if ever, is it okay to let evil win?
... Should all wars be fought to the bitter end, or is ending the suffering of your people more importa...
Is such hesitation justified?
What exactly is being disagreed upon when we have a disagreement?
... Is it possible to move beyond absolute difference?
... Can we ever access “the other,” or are we just monads necessarily in isolation?
... How does any of this stuff relate to our current — social media driven — epoch?
... To what extent do economic structures influence levels of disagreement?
le tic tac de l’horloge, funèbre son du temps qui passe et qu'on ne peut retenir… Il fait de cette ...
What is scientific objectivity?
le drame ultime ne serait-il pas non pas celui de mourir, mais plutôt celui de naître ?
... Comment pense-t-il la question du "non-être" ?
If everything was created by a cause, is God the creator of the Universe?
... Is God an uncaused cause?
... Could God have abandoned his creation?
What is qualia?
... What is the knowledge argument against physicalist theories of mind?
... Did Mary really learn anything new when she left the black and white room?
How does someone who was born into slavery, whose master broke their leg and crippled them for life...
is it possible for a person to be unjust, or to do injustice, to him or herself?
What's going on?
But can and should philosophical aesthetics have global significance?
... Can aesthetic theories find fruitful general application while also respecting the locality and var...
Adèle Van Reeth - Comment définir le métier de l'historien de l’art ?
... Et quelle est sa pratique ?
... Tout artiste a-t-il une théorie ?
... Comment reconstituer la pensée d'un artiste, au travers de son savoir-faire ?
... Comment regarder une oeuvre d'art ?
But can increased polarization really be attributed to ideology?
... What is exactly is ideology, and how is it different from dogma?
... Is ideology a kind of political or philosophical thinking?
... And how might our understanding of ideology affect how we practice politics?
La scène de ménage est-elle un épisode anodin et sans conséquence ou marque-t-elle la défaite du co...
La jalousie est-elle toujours le revers du sentiment amoureux?
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But what can music do to truly advance peace and understanding?
Did Foucault really teach that all knowledge claims are mere power plays?
... Why is he the most cited author on Google Scholar?
... What made him so influential?
Qui est le “je” qui dit “je t’aime” ?
... Ce “je” est-il dissociable du “tu” qui est aimé ?
Is our obsession with data healthy or dangerous?
... Our specialists discuss.Looking for a link we mentioned?
What happens when you separate your home life from your work life?
... Do you create a completely different person?
... Is it a form of self-slavery?
... How important is autobiographical memory to your identity?
... And what’s the deal with the break room… and the goats?
Adèle Van Reeth - "Suis-je amoureux ?
... Mais aimer sans attendre, est-ce possible ?
What do we mean when we call something a ‘structural injustice’?
What is the history of PMS?
... What are the bodily changes?
... How can understanding this improve our lives?
But what exactly does hope mean?
Although opponents portray sanctuary cities as besieged by crime, empirical data does not bear out ...
... Do appeals to public health or safety warrant these measures?
What makes a conspiracy theory conspiratorial?
... What is the relationship between conspiracy theories and philosophical skepticism?
... Do we have a responsibility to correct misinformation, or should we try to embrace the right to be ...
If there is nothing substantially real that “I” stands for, what are we talking about when we speak...
What is philosophy?
... Is this question itself a philosophical question or is it a "meta" philosophical question?
... Is armchair philosophy an appropriate method of philosophizing or should we all be in labs somewher...
un voyage entre deux langues, de quel côté faut-il aller ?
... oubliant le texte de départ et faisant couler les mots dans la langue française… Où se situe Brice ...
Do crytpocurrencies and blockchain technology figure substantially in the possibility of financial ...
... Or does the hype really just indicate that all things crypto are based on a speculative bubble and ...
Qu'a-t-il puisé dans les écrits de l'essayiste américain ?
... Et en quoi le soleil est-il l'un des liens entre les deux hommes ?
how is it that some insurgencies turn violent and spiral into seemingly chaotic and unending horror...
Adèle Van Reeth - Au XIXème siècle, d'Emerson à Thoreau, la pensée américaine développe une conscie...
What do Freudian slips, Josie and the Pussycats, and solving math problems have in common?
... In pop culture, the unconscious is often depicted as the realm of dirty thoughts and subliminal mes...
Mais quel est le pire dans le deuil ?
What is the difference between agreement and disagreement?
... What types of disagreements are there?
... What is the difference between a disagreement and a verbal dispute?
... Is it correct to describe the social-political conflict that characterizes our time as a matter of ...
Adèle Van Reeth - Souvent considéré comme le premier intellectuel américain, maître à penser de Tho...
Is music (the supposedly non-representational artform) a language?
... If it's "expressive," what exactly does it express?
What is faith?
But are we justified in assuming these tidy explanations are most likely to be true?
... What makes an explanation “simple” or “elegant” in the first place?
... And can the “loveliness” of an explanation ever be a good guide to its “likeliness”?
Is evolution the root cause of racism, rape, and disgust?
... Are differences between men and women a result of both nature and nurture?
... Are some forms of scientific inquiry too dangerous to allow?
Is the age-old association of women with death and sexuality helpful or harmful?
If you want something, you need to put in 110% to get it, right?
Adèle Van Reeth - Qu’est-ce que le métier de réanimateur ?
... "Réanimer" un corps, est-ce sauver ou accompagner ?
... Comment parler de la mort à l'hôpital ?
... Quelles sont les inégalités auxquelles font face les femmes dans le métier de soignant ?
... Quelle place doit jouer l'hôpital au sein de la société ?
Can robots think?
... Is artificial intelligence possible?
Can shame be positive?
Cette jeune fille, Emma, refuse le mariage, comme un miroir de l'écrivaine ?
What goes into data interpetation?
... How are decisions made?
Adèle Van Reeth - Comment dénoncer la violence des relations nauséeuses entre les sexes à la fin du...
What does a Bengali intellectual and poet have in common with a British-Austrian logician and philo...
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What does this all have to do with utopia, you ask?
Let’s face it, why should artists get all the cash and the rock n roll life style?
... Surely Philosophers deserve a slice of the good life??
... But what is the cost of “working for the man”?
... Was the Renaissance art world the better for it support from wealthy fat cats such as the Medici fa...
Could a failed argument for the existence of God establish the existence of trees and mountains wit...
... Tamler wants to believe, but can this argument push him over the edge?
... Can forgiveness rehumanize the self?
Peut-on franchir tous les obstacles, normes, orgueil, et préjugés, pour finalement se retrouver ?
But why do we keep coming back to these Franklin stories?
... What do they say about us?
What makes a “religious” holiday?
... Does the combination of ritual, culture, and family custom all merge together to create “religion?”...
What is substance dualism and what are the best arguments for thinking we have souls?
How does one go about living a good life?
But are Kant's rules really a good guide to action?
... Does he have anything to say about things people confront in everyday life, like friendship, manner...
Where can you find joy?
... What's the true measure of success?
... How should we manage anger?
... Find meaning?
... Conquer grief?
Dune contains a sophisticated moral dilemma - should Paul Atreides sacrifice billions of lives to a...
But what does it even mean to be a great power in the nuclear age?
... Is that idea still coherent?
... If it is, can Russia be such a power?
Is translation really just a problem of finding the right words in one language to fit the words in...
... Or, is there much more than meets the ear?
Is the fact that so many people believe in God good evidence for God's existence?
Could people in the not too distant future become immortal?
Have you ever wondered whether a famous painting contained a clue to a mystery that, once revealed,...
Sometimes the stories are very short, but they can be long and detailed as well, for example in the...
Adèle Van Reeth - Être linguiste, est-ce étudier la langue ou contribuer à la façonner, ou les deux...
... Si la langue évolue sans cesse, qu’est-ce qui fait son unité ?
... Et quel est l’impact de ses évolutions sur la société ?
What must be the case in order for one to be said to be morally responsible?
But who exactly was he?
... A life-risking fighter for freedom of conscience?
Depressing?
... But does history also allow the increase of rationality and freedom?
Etre angoissé permet-il alors de devenir soi ?
Why do humans in every known culture love juicy gossip?
... In episode 49, Ellie and David gossip about gossip — when is it wrong to gossip, and when might it ...
“One should really only do philosophy as poetry.” What could Ludwig Wittgenstein have meant by this
... What was the context for this odd remark?
Que nous dit-elle de nous ?
why?
What is the difference between ideas and mental structures?
... What is the relationship between ideas and knowledge?
... What is the difference between knowledge and instinct?
... What are the best arguments for and against the existence of innate ideas?
Are there times when we should have known something, but don't because we don't have the evidence?
Why do people produce ritual, mythology, and religion?
Pourquoi lire ces penseurs nous permet-il d'échapper au désespoir de la condition humaine ?
You might ask yourself, what am I missing?
... What is holding me back?
Should scientists be encouraged to explore crazy ideas?
... Does the search for truth depend more on geniuses or a social butterflies?
So what explains the enduring appeal of poetry as an art form?
... Are there any limits to who counts as a poet, or what counts as poetry?
... And what makes a poem good anyway?
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher of art, George Dickie's article ...
What follows from this?
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher of art, George Dickie's article ...
Mais comment parler de la mort, celle-là même qui échappe au langage ?
Well, we've come to the end of our very strange journey...or have we?
Why are men in general and Christian men in particular so taken by Jordan Peterson?
is it a good thing to live a life of duty or is it ridiculous?
What's it like having twins?
Adèle Van Reeth - "Faut-il faire de la Recherche un roman ou une étude philosophique ?
... Quelles sont les thèses philosophiques, esthétiques, qu'il explore dans la Recherche ?
What if the impediments to moral growth are not purely or even primarily external to us?
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher of art, George Dickie's article ...
Does reflective reasoning help or hinder our judgment?
Alors son essai contre Sainte-Beuve, écrit avant son roman, où il dit que le "moi social" et le "mo...
Adèle Van Reeth - Que se passe-t-il quand des penseurs aussi géniaux que Merleau-Ponty, Sartre ou D...
... Est-ce en "trafiquant" avec autrui que l’on devient philosophe ?
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher of art, George Dickie's article ...
Are our emotional reactions natural or malleable?
... Which moral emotions are useful in our increasingly secular and multi-cultural environment?
... What kinds of anger should we give up?
...  Does shame get a bad wrap?
"Faut-il faire de la Recherche une étude philosophique ?
... Est-il celui qui aurait réussi à dépasser le clivage entre intellect et sensibilité ?
Is symbolism the software running on the hardware of our senses, or are symbols baked even into tha...
What do we lose when we leave childhood and become adults?
... Is this a good thing?
... Can we, at least for a moment, turn back time and see the world again as a child?
What is religious experience?
... What role does it play in making arguments for God's existence?
... Can we be justified in our knowledge of God??
Why do we like them so much on screen?
... And is our emotional investment in their stories indicative of moral failure on our own part?
Is your sexual orientation determined by the sex or the gender of the person you’re attracted to?
... How does gender fluidity impact sexual orientation?
If near total annihilation would be monstrous, ethically speaking, then what should we say about pr...
... Can there be any moral justification for plausibly threatening a nuclear holocaust?
But what happens when we examine what it does?
who am I?
... What is our relationship to each other, and to the world?
He is the author of books like Principles of Neural Design, and What is health?
So, why is it that you can't bring yourself to do it these days?
Comment accompagner les patients dans leur apprentissage d'eux-mêmes ?
... Comment penser les liens entre psychiatrie et psychanalyse ?
... Où commence la maladie ?
What is friendship?
 What is it that truth applies to?
...  How do subjectivity and objectivity relate with truth?
... What are the major philosophical approaches to thinking about truth?
But who has the responsibility for cleaning up all this rubbish?
Have you ever been trying to convince your parents of something and just ended up crying, yelling o...
What makes knowledge different from true belief?
... When is one’s evidence or justification for one’s belief sufficient for knowledge?
... When must we revise our beliefs?
... What methods or processes can be relied on for forming rational beliefs?
If someone does or says something bad to you, but then apologises for it, should you forgive them n...
... Even if you don't really feel it in your heart?
What is the role of memory in the constitution of human intelligence, subjectivity and culture/civi...
But should we really be reading her diary at all?
But do the toys and games you are given as a child shape what sort of person you will become in lif...
... And does it matter?