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Philosophy & Ideas Podcast Episodes (Chronological)

A composite list of episodes from the past 90 days of selected podcast series.

Updated: 2021-May-11 11:35 UTC. Episodes: 643. Minimum length: 5 minutes. Hide descriptions. Switch to ranked view. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Episodes
podcast image2021-May-11 • 55 minutes
Ep. 42: Presocratic Metaphysics (Part II)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony continue their conversation on concepts within Presocratic metaphysics -- including substance, change, number, and being. (@LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast image2021-May-11 • 27 minutes
The Skeptic’s Case for Free Speech | Michael Shermer
If we put barriers up to silence 'unpleasant' ideas, what's to stop the silencing of any discussion? Professional sceptic and bestselling author of 'Giving the Devil his Due' Michael Shermer explores the dangerous possibility of a world without free spee (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-May-11 • 55 minutes
25. Dating During Covid
In this episode of Overthink, Ellie and David discuss dating during Covid--including their own experiences! With so many Americans getting vaccinated, the dating scene may be heating up again--but what philosophical lessons can we learn from the past year of pandemic dating? Ellie gives a sociological history of dating, and David wonders about how socially distant dating changes class dynamics. Then the two talk about how pandemic dating involves a "phenomenology of acceleration" and a "phen... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-May-11 • 59 minutes
S'affranchir (2/3) : Aimé Césaire : “L’admirable est que le Nègre ait tenu”
durée : 00:58:34 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Aimé Césaire était multiple : penseur de la négritude, homme politique, historien, poète, homme de théâtre... Impertinent et courageux, il fut un héros de plume complexe, son image est-elle aujourd’hui trop lisse ? Quelle fut sa réflexion politique et historique sur l’esclavage colonial ? - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Silyane Larcher chargée de recherche au CNRS en science politique, Unité de Re... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-May-11 • 27 minutes
Rachel Barney
I ask the philosopher Rachel Barney five questions about herself. | | Rachel Barney is Professor of Classics and Philosophy at the University of Toronto. She is the author of “Names and Nature in Plato’s ‘Cratylus’” (2001) and other essays on ancient philosophy. (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-May-10 • 23 minutes
Michel Foucault, Technologies Of The Self - Stoic Care Of The Self - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the 20th century philosopher and historian, Michel Foucault, "Technologies of the Self" It focuses specifically on the various technologies of the self developed for the care of the self b y members of the Stoic school of 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 - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You c... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-May-10 • 49 minutes
Charlie Marcus Knows That Quantum Facts Aren’t Complicated
The quantum physicist Charlie Marcus — a principal researcher at Microsoft Quantum Research and a professor at the Niels Bohr Institute of the University of Copenhagen — is engaged in one of the most ambitious quests in modern technology: the creation of a true quantum computer. In this episode, Marcus talks with host Steven Strogatz about why facts are never complicated, what working in a music store taught him about doing science, and the parallels between the use of knots in early Mesoamerican culture an... (@stevenstrogatz)
podcast image2021-May-10 • 95 minutes
#467 David Barash - Threats: Intimidation and Its Discontents ; Nuclear Deterrence
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podcast image2021-May-10 • 77 minutes
146 | Emily Riehl on Topology, Categories, and the Future of Mathematics
I talk with mathematician Emily Riehl about what topology and category theory are all about. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-May-10 • 46 minutes
New and Improvable Lives
A talk given by Joe Horton (UCL) at the Moral Sciences Club on 4th May 2021. (@CambridgePhilos)
podcast image2021-May-10 • 58 minutes
S'affranchir (1/3) : Hegel justifie-t-il l’esclavage ?
durée : 00:58:20 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Hegel est l'auteur de la dialectique du maître et de l'esclave, qui apparaît dans Phénoménologie de l'Esprit, 1806-1807, l'un des ouvrages les plus difficiles de l'histoire de la philosophie. Au coeur du questionnement d'Hegel, un paradoxe : celui qui domine ne serait pas forcément le plus libre... - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Olivier Tinland professeur de philosophie à l'Université Paul Valéry... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-May-10 • 68 minutes
Samantha Matherne, "Cassirer" (Routledge, 2021)
Ernst Cassirer (1874-1945) was a leading neo-Kantian who developed a systematic view of how we construct and experience culture, widely construed to include mathematics, science, religion, myth, art, politics, ethics and other social endeavors. In Cassirer (Routledge 2021), Samantha Matherne explains how Cassirer updates Kant to develop his critical idealism in the form of a distinction between substance and function – the mind-dependent objects we cognize, and the structure of our minds that these objects ... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2021-May-10 • 55 minutes
Ep. 269: Arendt on Totalitarianism (Part One)
On "On the Nature of Totalitarianism" and On the Origins of Totalitarianism ch. 13 (both from 1953). Is totalitarianism just an especially virulent form of tyranny, or something unique to the modern age? Arendt says that unlike other forms of... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-May-09 • 71 minutes
"A Philosophy of Consulting"
Host Jack Russell Weinstein visits with consultant Bob Colleran. (@whyradioshow)
podcast image2021-May-09 • 82 minutes
Tools for Combatting Anxiety, Taking Action, Personal Stories | STM Podcast #93
On episode 93, Alen and Leon speak about how anxiety has held them back in the past, the difference between common episodic anxiety and anxiety disorders, performance anxiety and how they used the fear of disappointing each other to push past it and... (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-May-09 • 13 minutes
Michel Foucault, Technologies Of The Self - Hellenistic And Roman Care Of The Self
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the 20th century philosopher and historian, Michel Foucault, "Technologies of the Self" It focuses specifically on several aspects of Hellenistic and Roman Imperial era approaches to the care of the self. 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 1500 philosophy v... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-May-09 • 64 minutes
Is Morality Real? | Shaun Stanley
Should we care whether we cause others suffering? Do we have duties or obligations to others? Shaun Stanley thinks there are no moral reasons for action. Do you think morality is real? (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-May-09 • 28 minutes
Chronomobilities
Going from one country to another is mostly thought of as a movement in space - a change of one physical location for another. But migration can also make profound changes in the everyday experience of time. (@DavidPZone)
podcast image2021-May-09 • 6 minutes
What We Owe to Each Other
In this episode, I'll be going through the key ideas in T.M. Scanlon's book, 'What We Owe to Each Other'. Enjoy! | If you'd like to request an episode, or do an episode yourself, please contact me on Instagram (@fiveminutephilosophy) or Twitter (@fiveminutephil1).  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2021-May-09 • 23 minutes
HoP 372 - Strong, Silent Type - the Printing Press
The impact of the printing press on the history of philosophy, and its role in helping to trigger the Reformation. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-May-09 • 58 minutes
Episode 96, Pride and Anger (Part III - Further Analysis and Discussion)
Welcome to ‘Episode 96 (Part III of III)’, in which we’ll be concluding our discussion of pride and anger. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-May-08 • 19 minutes
Michel Foucault, Technologies Of The Self - Socratic And Platonic Care Of The Self
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the 20th century philosopher and historian, Michel Foucault, "Technologies of the Self" It focuses specifically on his analysis - based on the platonic texts, Apology and Alcibiades - of key features and elements of the Socratic and Platonic care for the self 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.buymeaco... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-May-08 • 66 minutes
Ep. 20 - (ft.) Per-Erik Milam: Letting Go & Forgiveness
In this episode, I speak with Per Milam about his recent work on letting go as an alternative to forgiveness. These topics naturally touch on the practices of blame and responsibility and Strawson's reactive attitudes. (@Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast image2021-May-07 • 15 minutes
Michel Foucault, Technologies Of The Self - Care Of The Self And Knowing Oneself
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the 20th century philosopher and historian, Michel Foucault, "Technologies of the Self" It focuses specifically on the interplay between two precepts connected with technologies of the self in the West - take care of your self (epimeleisthai seautou) and know oneself (gnothi seauton). According to Foucault, philosophy practiced and understood as a way of life in ancient times tended to prioritize the first, but modern and contemporary thought prioritizes t... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-May-07 • 58 minutes
#466 Bart Wilson - The Property Species: Mine, Yours, and the Human Mind
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | | This show is sponsored by Enlites, Learning & Development done differently. Check the website here: http://enlites.com/ | ... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-May-07 • 9 minutes
523: Disinformation anf the Future of Democracy
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/dis... 2020 election and startling events that followed show that the US is as polarized as ever. Not only is there fundamental disagreement over values and goals, but people can’t seem to agree on the most basic, easily verifiable facts, like who actually won. With so many seemingly living in an alternative reality, how do we continue the business of democracy together? Should we adopt paternalistic policies towards fellow citizens who are so profoundly divorced... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-May-07 • 115 minutes
Mission Impossible (w/ Adam Kane)
The cows are joined by friend Adam Kane to talk about Tom Cruise's first outing as Ethan Hunt. We discuss what makes spy movies so appealing and fun, and situate the movie in the broader cultural context of the post-Cold War nineties. We explore the weird and wonderful career of Tom Cruise and how he managed to harness Brian DePalma's stylistic flourishes to create one of the tightest, most stressful, spy/heist movies ever.  (@cowspod)
podcast image2021-May-07 • 74 minutes
EV - 191 Utopian Sociology with William Paris
My guest this week is William Paris (@WilliamMParis), the Frank B Weeks Visiting Assistant Professor at Wesleyan, starting assistant professor as University of Toronto, and cohost of the What’s Left of Philosophy podcast. We discuss the role of utopia in the work of Du Bois and how it allows the possible to permeate the actual. Convocation: Utopia by Thomas More Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals! http://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/podcas... by GW Rodriguez Sibling Po... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-May-07 • 61 minutes
Privacy
Full episode notes at this link. (@hotelbarpodcast)
podcast image2021-May-07 • 62 minutes
13 | What is Dialectics? Part I. The Crew Gets Kant-Pilled
In this episode, we start our series on dialectics with a conversation about Kant. If you’ve ever wondered what the hell this term means, then the WLOP crew is here for you. We talk about what human beings can know, what we can’t know but need to think, and introduce ourselves to the philosophy of history.patreon.com/leftofphilosophy | @leftofphil References:Immanuel Kant, Critique of Pure Reason, ed. and trans. Paul Guyer and Allan Wood (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009).Immanuel Kant, Critique o... (@leftofphil)
podcast image2021-May-07 • 28 minutes
Episode #25. Mental Lives ft. Dorothea Debus
What are the abilities of self-regulation and self-control over our mental lives? What does it mean to say that we are at one with ourselves? Dr. Dorothea Debus, Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Konstanz joins Alexandros Constantinou and Kier Aitken to discuss these questions and many more in this episode of Thoughts. (@ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image2021-May-07 • 59 minutes
Cours particulier (6/80) : Lila Bouadma : "Je ne pense jamais à ma propre mort"
durée : 00:58:36 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - 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 ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Lila Bouadma réanimatrice à l'hôpital Bichat à Paris, membre du Conseil scientifique (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-May-06 • 18 minutes
Michel Foucault, Technologies Of The Self - Four Types Of Technology - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the 20th century philosopher and historian, Michel Foucault, "Technologies of the Self" It focuses specifically on the four types of technology he distinguishes early on in the work - those of production, sign-systems, power, and the self. 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... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-May-06 • 52 minutes
#465 Gabrielle Principe: Memory Development, False Memories, and Eyewitnesses
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | | This show is sponsored by Enlites, Learning & Development done differently. Check the website here: http://enlites.com/ | ... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-May-06 • 52 minutes
M Gets (Ex)cited Over MH17
Josh and M discuss a 2019 paper on MH17 conspiracy theories. — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] You can learn more about M’s academic work at: http://mrxdentith.com Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastersguidet... Podbean crowdfunding? http://www.podbean.com/patron/crowdfund/... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-May-06 • 58 minutes
La correspondance de Flaubert (4/4) : Lettres à sa famille : “La banalité de la vie est à faire vomir de tristesse”
durée : 00:58:29 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - C’est au coeur de ses lettres qu’apparaît la tendresse de Flaubert, aux formidables contradictions : colosse sentimental, éperdu de solitude, déchiré par sa capacité à aimer qu’il déploie dans la sphère familiale, car il demande à retrouver le giron de ses femmes, ce lieu où il existe pleinement. - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Marie-Hélène Lafon Ecrivaine (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-May-06 • 54 minutes
Neglected Practices: Solitude
How do we practice solitude in a time rich with distractions and which exhibits peculiar aversion to (and fear of) loneliness? And when we are alone with ourselves, how do we avoid the dangers of self-deception such that solitude becomes genuinely transformative — for us, and for others? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-May-06 • 45 minutes
Episode 116 (Redux) - Whatever happened to MH17?
Another look at one of our earlier accounts of the fate of MH17, in preparation for the next episode! (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-May-05 • 26 minutes
Episode 11 (Redux) - MH17
In preparation for the next episode, why not go back to the year it started, and the first time Josh and M talked about the fate of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-May-05 • 19 minutes
Julian The Emperor, Oration 6 - Cynicism, Discipline, And Happiness - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the ancient philosopher and ruler, Julian the Emperor (also known as Julian the Apostate), Oration 6, "To The Uneducated Cynics". It focuses specifically on Julian's conception of what the genuine Cynic life looks like, namely a life of self-discipline, aimed at virtue, wisdom, and happiness. By contrast, many of the "Cynics" of his time are, according to Julian, off-base in their attention-seeking behavior. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon s... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-May-05 • 68 minutes
Daniel Carpenter on Smart Regulation
The leading expert on the FDA discusses policy in the time of COVID-19. (@tylercowen)
podcast image2021-May-05 • 104 minutes
Adrien Doerig Live!
Join me for a discussion with Adrien Doerig, currently a Postdoc with Tim Kietzmann at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition & Behavior, as we discuss empirical criteria for theories of consciousness (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2021-May-05 • 60 minutes
Interview: Dr. Charles Butterworth on Alfarabi's Book of Religion | The New Thinkery Ep. 42
In this episode of The New Thinkery, the guys interview Dr. Charles Butterworth, Emeritus Professor of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland, College Park. Who better to discuss Alfarabi's Book of Religion than the very person to translate it to English‽ Plus: Dr. Butterworth lightly touches on another of Alfarabi's works: Enumeration of the Sciences. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-May-05 • 58 minutes
La correspondance de Flaubert (3/4) : Jacques Weber au gueuloir !
durée : 00:58:28 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Flaubert était tempétueux, gueulard, mais toutes ses lettres se terminaient par un mot d'amour. Cet enfermement qu'était le sien dans une littérature devant être la plus pure possible, était-ce une forme de protection ? Car derrière cette armature, un coeur palpite et dégouline d'amour et de désir. - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Jacques Weber Comédien, réalisateur et scénariste français (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-May-05 • 69 minutes
Listener Qs 22
Thank you all so much! None of this would be possible without you! Editing by Luisa Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals: Support us at Patreon: Follow us on Twitter: Join our Facebook... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-May-05 • 21 minutes
Episode 124: Ep.136 Aristotle, Eudaimonia and Virtue.
This week, listen in as Mike finally confesses to delusions of godhood and his complicity in a slew of failed student relationships. How many cooks does it really take to spoil the broth? Who actually still eats broth these days?? Yes, the recipe for the perfect life, too much salt and the whole thing goes straight into the bin. Join us as we work through the spice rack of virtue - a little bit of honesty, a smidge of courage and the merest soupçon of temperance. Ok, now little it simmer gently for a few… G... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-May-04 • 12 minutes
Julian The Emperor, Oration 6 - Cynicism As Universal Philosophy - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the ancient philosopher and ruler, Julian the Emperor (also known as Julian the Apostate), Oration 6, "To The Uneducated Cynics". It focuses specifically on his assertion that Cynicism, properly understood, is really a universal philosophy. This would take it beyond the distinctive boundaries of the Cynic school and its practitioners or adherents of his time To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-May-04 • 93 minutes
Evan Thompson Live!
Join me for a discussion with Evan Thompson, a Professor of Philosophy at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver and an Associate Member of the Department of Asian Studies and the Department of Psychology (Cognitive Science Group), as we discuss Biopsychism -the view that mind and consciousness are co-extensive with life. Evan’s website (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2021-May-04 • 41 minutes
Reaching for Truth | David Aaronovitch, Asa Wikforss, Santiago Zabala
Is it possible to tell the truth? Or is it time to accept that lying has a central role in all social discourse?  On today’s episode The Times journalist David Aaronovitch, author of Freedom In the Age of Alternative Facts Santiago Zabala, and (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-May-04 • 57 minutes
La correspondance de Flaubert (2/4) : Lettres à George Sand : “Tu aimes trop la littérature, elle te tuera”
durée : 00:57:29 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Le 30 avril 1857, Flaubert et Sand se rencontrent au théâtre de l’Odéon. Il vient de publier “Madame Bovary”, et plein d’ambition, il veut tourner la page de la littérature romantique. Malgré ses préjugés, une amitié naît entre eux, et Sand rentre dans sa vie, comme une mère de substitution ? - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Thierry Poyet romancier, maître de conférences HDR en littérature français... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-May-04 • 44 minutes
Should Vaccination Be Mandatory?
Even as vaccines become more widely available there is serious concern that, due to persistent reluctance to get vaccinated, protection through herd immunity will be unattainable. This episode considers the ethical and legal principles involved in decisions to make vaccination mandatory. What would mandatory vaccination entail in the case of Covid? Should the same principles that apply to governments also apply to employers, universities, airlines, and other businesses and associations? Are there relevant d... (@PreissJoshua)
podcast image2021-May-04 • 29 minutes
Lucy O'Brien
I ask the philosopher Lucy O'Brien five questions about herself. | | Lucy O’Brien is Professor of Philosophy at University College London and the author of “Self-Knowing Agents” (2007). | | Rembrandt van Rijn: “Self-Portrait with Two Circles” (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-May-03 • 14 minutes
Julian The Emperor, Oration 6 - What Philosophy Is - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the work of the ancient philosopher and ruler, Julian the Emperor (also known as Julian the Apostate), Oration 6, "To The Uneducated Cynics". It focuses specifically on Julian's explanation of what in his view philosophy is and ought to be. He has in mind not only the philosophical school or movement of Cynicism, but also various Platonic, Aristotelian, Epicurean, Stoic, and Skeptic schools and movements. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patr... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-May-03 • 42 minutes
Amie Wilkinson Sees the Dynamic Chaos in Puff Pastry
Amie Wilkinson of the University of Chicago works in the rarefied area of mathematics called pure dynamics, studying how complex systems transform under the influence of simple rules. In this episode, she speaks with her fellow dynamicist, host Steven Strogatz, about the challenges of finding a place in mathematics as a woman, why groups can be understood as collections of moves, and what the recipe for puff pastry illustrates about chaos. Read more at https://www.quantamagazine.org/amie-wilk... (@stevenstrogatz)
podcast image2021-May-03 • 59 minutes
#464 Brent Roberts: Continuity and Change in Personality, Conscientiousness, and Narcissism
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podcast image2021-May-03 • 85 minutes
145 | Niall Ferguson on Histories, Networks, and Catastrophes
I talk with historian Niall Ferguson about human society as a complex network, and what that means for how we deal with catastrophes. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-May-03 • 26 minutes
Episode #24. Dissertations ft. Emma Gordon
How do you choose a dissertation topic? What are some common dissertation mishaps? In this episode, co-hosts Alex and Jasmine talk to Dr Emma Gordon, a research fellow in applied ethics and epistemology at the University of Glasgow who was voted Best Dissertation Supervisor at the University of Glasgow in 2020. They explore questions surrounding philosophy dissertations and discuss how to get around common hurdles that students face writing their dissertations.  (@ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image2021-May-03 • 35 minutes
Episode 19: Mysterianism with Seth Shabo
In this episode, we talk with Seth Shabo about mysterianism, the view that we have free will, but it is a mystery how it is that we have it. While not a mysterian himself, Seth explains the attractions of the view and addresses some common objections, and we end by asking Seth about his own views on free will and moral responsibility.Seth's website: https://philpapers.org/s/Seth%20ShaboSet... paper, "Why Free Will Remains a Mystery": https://philpapers.org/rec/SHAWFWIf you have a question you... (@thefreewillshow)
podcast image2021-May-03 • 58 minutes
La correspondance de Flaubert (1/4) : Lettres à Louise Colet : "Ce que je voudrais faire, c’est un livre sur rien"
durée : 00:58:22 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Dans la correspondance avec Louise Colet, femme de lettre, qui mêle amour et complicité intellectuelle, Flaubert se découvre à nous dans la fabrication de l’écrivain par lui-même, face aux difficultés de ce qu’il tente de créer : une nouvelle forme romanesque... - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Pierre-Marc De Biasi directeur de recherche émérite au CNRS, à l'ENS de Paris (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-May-03 • 111 minutes
Philosophy In Film - 045 - Rear Window
This episode features Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window" and a discussion of scopohilia and the male gaze. Fueled by the listener's protests for the "Beauclair Cut" of our last episode, Alain comes with an abundant stack of notes for the philosophical round table. We sneak in a beer pairing, Producer's Notes (8:08), Synopsis (26:20) and a quick segment of Philosopher's Corner (41:15) before sitting back and cutting Alain loose. Featured Beer: Juicy Gossip New England IPA, by Troubled Monk (Red Deer, AB) (@PhilInFilm)
podcast image2021-May-03 • 63 minutes
Jennifer Lackey, "The Epistemology of Groups" (Oxford UP, 2021)
We commonly ascribe beliefs and similar attitudes to groups. For instance, we say that a foreign government believes that members of the press are spies, or that a corporation denies that its product is harmful to the environment. Sometimes, it seems that in such cases, we are simply ascribing to the group the shared beliefs of its members. But there are other cases in which it appears we are referencing an independent subject of the belief or attitude – the government or the corporation, over and above its... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2021-May-03 • 13 minutes
PREVIEW-Ep. 268: Neil Postman's "Amusing Ourselves to Death" (Part Two)
Continuing on Amusing Ourselves to Death: Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business with guest Brian Hirt. Is the written word really so much more suited for providing context than television? To hear the full , you'll need to go sign up at . (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-May-03 • 22 minutes
E43. "Season Three Recap - Listener Questions"
Named “Top 20 Philosophy Podcast” for 2021!STORY SUMMARY: After Dinner Conversation Editor, Kolby, answers questions from readers and recaps Season Three.DISCUSSION: Kolby answer reader mail and recaps Season Three. What are his favorite stories from Season Three? What does he consider to be the most quintessential stories After Dinner Conversation has published? Why did we switch from publishing short stories to a monthly magazine? How do you judge stories for publication, and what are the best ways to ... (@AfterDinnerCon)
podcast image2021-May-02 • 55 minutes
The Danger of Wokeness | Helen Zille
Many believe Woke ideology to be a source of positive change in society. Helen Zille thinks otherwise. Could Wokeness be dangerous?  | You can find Helen's book, #StayWoke: Go Broke, on Amazon and Takealot. | Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/StayWoke-Africa-s... | Takealot: https://www.takealot.com/staywoke-go-bro... (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-May-02 • 14 minutes
Plato, The Ion - Poetry And Divine Inspiriation
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's dialogue, the Ion, during which Socrates questions Ion, a rhapsode, about his art. It focuses specifically on Socrates' theory about Poetry expressed there, namely that the Poets (and also their interpreters, the Rhapsodes, like Ion) don't actually possess and work from knowledge, but rather are divinely possessed or inspired. Socrates sets out an analogy -- the action of the god on the poet, and the poet on the audience is like magneti... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-May-02 • 6 minutes
Process Philosophy and Theology
In this episode, I'll be talking about Process Philosophy, and also how it links to Process Theology. Enjoy!  | If you'd like to request an episode, or even do an episode yourself, please contact me on Instagram (@fiveminutephilosophy) or Twitter (@fiveminutephil1).  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2021-May-02 • 28 minutes
Logic in Indian philosophy
Logic in Western philosophy can have formal perfection, but limited epistemic value. In Indian intellectual tradition, logic is more like scientific reasoning - its aim is to increase knowledge. This week we're looking at logic in one of the classical schools of Indian philosophy. (@DavidPZone)
podcast image2021-May-02 • 62 minutes
Episode 96, Pride and Anger (Part II - Anger)
Welcome to ‘Episode 96 (Part II of III)’, in which we’ll be discussing the virtue (or vice) of anger. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-May-02 • 22 minutes
HAP 75 - Now I Have a Rival - The Two Amy Garveys
Marcus Garvey’s two wives, Amy Ashwood Garvey and Amy Jacques Garvey, establish themselves as activists in their own right and bring feminism into the Pan-African movement. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-May-02 • 11 minutes
461: Radical Markets - Solutions for a Gilded Age?
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/rad... people think that growing inequality, the rise of populism and nativism, and the decay of democratic institutions all have the same cause—the overreach of markets. The solution, they believe, is to limit the market through regulation. But what if rather than shrinking the market, the answer lies in expanding the market? Is it possible that we haven't let markets go far enough? Do our current regulations lead to too many monopolies? And could turning more t... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-May-01 • 84 minutes
PEL Presents NEM#146: Nels Cline Writes Fusion (And Plays Guitar for Wilco)
Though best known as lead guitarist for Wilco since 2004, Nels has recorded 30+ instrumental albums, often as band leader. We discuss "Headdress" by The Nels Cline Singers from (2020), "The Nomad’s Home" from (2009), and "Fives & Sixes" from... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-May-01 • 11 minutes
Plato, The Ion - Do Poets Possess Knowledge?
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's dialogue, the Ion, during which Socrates questions Ion, a rhapsode, about his art. It focuses specifically on the question whether poets (or their interpreters, the rhapsodes) really possess knowledge about the matters they write and speak about in their works. 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 BuyMe... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-30 • 39 minutes
#248 — Order & Freedom
A Conversation with Michele Gelfand (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Apr-30 • 105 minutes
#463 Musa al-Gharbi: Academic Freedom, Trump and the 2016 Elections, and Political Polarization
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podcast image2021-Apr-30 • 11 minutes
Plato, The Ion - Speaking Well And Subject-Matters - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's dialogue, the Ion, during which Socrates questions Ion, a rhapsode, about his art. It focuses specifically on the implications of what Socrates calls "speaking well" or "speaking poorly" (i.e. as someone with expertise) for the question of who possesses knowledge in that dialogue. 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/Re... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-30 • 54 minutes
24/04/2021: Ralf Bader on Coincidence and Supervenience
Ralf M. Bader is a professor of philosophy at the Université de Fribourg in Switzerland, where he holds the chair for ethics and political philosophy. His research focuses on ethics, meta-ethics, metaphysics, Kant, political philosophy and decision theory. He is also interested in neo-Kantian and early analytic philosophy, as well as the history of political thought. Previously, he was a Fellow of Merton College and an Associate Professor in the Philosophy Department at the University of Oxford, as well as ... (@Aristotweets)
podcast image2021-Apr-30 • 56 minutes
Love
The HBS hosts talk about love. What is love? Is it a feeling? Is it a cosmic or metaphysical force? Is it a primary motivating drive to propagate the species or to create ideas? What happens when love goes wrong?Full episode notes at this link. (@hotelbarpodcast)
podcast image2021-Apr-30 • 59 minutes
Cours particulier (5/80) : Brice Matthieussent : "Tout texte est intraduisible, mais il faut quand même tout traduire !"
durée : 00:58:51 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - 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 ? - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Brice Matthieussent écrivain et traducteur (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-30 • 67 minutes
EV - 190 Equity vs. Equality with Néstor de Buen
My guest this week is Néstor de Buen (@nestor_d), a new chicago MA graduate and a writer who has been published at Merion West and Quilette. We discuss Equity vs. Equality and how poorly the distinction has faired in the culture wars. Convocation: Rick Riordan, The Red Pyramid Equity vs. Equality Article: https://nestor-d.medium.com/on-equity-an... Hoaxer Article: https://merionwest.com/2020/08/21/clarif... by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals! http://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/p... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Apr-29 • 52 minutes
#462 David Papineau: The Metaphysics of Sensory Experience
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podcast image2021-Apr-29 • 65 minutes
The Ethics of Conspiracy Theorizing
In this episode of Conspiracy Theory Masterpiece Theatre Josh and M review Juha Räikkä's 2009 paper, "The Ethics of Conspiracy Theorizing." — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] You can learn more about M’s academic work at: http://mrxdentith.com Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastersguidet... Podbean crowdfunding? http://www.podbean.com/patron/crowdfund... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Apr-29 • 59 minutes
Tragédies ! (4/4) : Oedipe, une histoire complexe ?
durée : 00:58:44 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Que reste-t-il de la pièce "Oedipe roi" de Sophocle sans la musique et les chants de l'époque antique, l'essence du théâtre, qui accompagnaient le texte ? Quelle est l'émotion du spectacle tragique ? Quelle forme de pensée est devenue la figure d'Oedipe ? - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Florence Dupont latiniste et helléniste française. Professeure émérite de littérature latine à l'université Pari... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-29 • 54 minutes
Neglected Practices: Fasting
While fasting is an observance associated with Ramadan, versions the practice are broadly familiar to us — from the forms of “self-restraint” that are bound up with physical fitness, to advice commending the health benefits of a regular 14-hour fast. But are these forms of “self-care” just further preoccupations with “the self”, rendering us forgetful of the needs of the moral life? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Apr-28 • 56 minutes
Dangerous ideas: an interview with Francesca Minerva
Francesca Minerva joins Spencer Case to discuss the launch of the new Journal of Controversial Ideas, which allows scholars to publish peer reviewed research anonymously to avoid backlash. (@SpencerJayCase)
podcast image2021-Apr-28 • 21 minutes
Lev Shestov, All Things Are Possible - Morality, Philosophy, And Life - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher and social critic, Lev Shestov's work All Things Are Possible It focuses specifically on his views on morality, about which he evinces considerable skepticism. 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 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-28
90 - The Future of Identity
What does it mean to be human? What does it mean to be you? Philosophers, psychologists and sociologists all seem to agree that your identity is central to how you think of yourself and how you engage with others. But how are emerging technologies changi (@JohnDanaher)
podcast image2021-Apr-28 • 90 minutes
Rousseau's First Discourse Live at ACTC | The New Thinkery Ep. 40
This week's episode is a recording of a live conversation at the Association for Core Texts and Courses (ACTC). The guys discuss Rousseau's "Discourse on the Sciences and Arts" and podcasting great texts in the history of political philosophy. They also take live questions from the audience. Many thanks to Charlotte Thomas, Executive Director of the ACTC and Professor of Philosophy at Mercer University, for having us! Be sure to check out the great work they do by visiting www.coretexts.org. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Apr-28 • 58 minutes
Tragédies ! (3/4) : L’éternel retour d’Antigone
durée : 00:58:16 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Le combat d'Antigone, dans la pièce de Sophocle, est d’obtenir la sépulture de son frère Polynice. Mais quel est le véritable enjeu de sa révolte ? L'emprise des hommes sur les femmes ? Antigone est-elle la figure de l’individu se détachant du groupe ? Jusqu'où est-elle un personnage tragique ? - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Heinz Wismann philologue et philosophe (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-28 • 55 minutes
Listener Qs 21
Thank you all so much! None of this would be possible without you! Editing by Luisa Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals: Support us at Patreon: Follow us on Twitter: Join our Facebook... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-28 • 29 minutes
A Spirit of Care with Maurice Hamington
Portland State University professor of philosophy Maurice Hamington explains the basics of care ethics on today's episode of Examining Ethics. | The post A Spirit of Care with Maurice Hamington appeared first on Examining Ethics. (@DePauwPrindle)
podcast image2021-Apr-27 • 12 minutes
Lev Shestov, All Things Are Possible - Approaches To Death - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher and social critic, Lev Shestov's work All Things Are Possible It focuses specifically on his examination of the fear or anxiety we human beings have about death, the relationship between philosophy and death, and how we might approach death 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.buymeacoff... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-27 • 31 minutes
Psychedelics and the Birth of Philosophy | Brian Muraresku
Many have argued that Western civilisation was born in Ancient Greece by combing art, democracy, religion and science. Fewer have explored the role that psychedelic experiences played in building these traditions as we know them.  On today’s episode (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Apr-27 • 50 minutes
Ep. 41: Presocratic Metaphysics (Part I)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony begin to discuss several metaphysical concepts associated with the Presocratics -- including substance, change, number, and being. (@LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast image2021-Apr-27 • 108 minutes
Hedda Hassel Mørch Live!
Join me for a discussion with Hedda Mørch, a philosopher and associate professor at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, as we discuss her work on causation and panpsychism. Hedda’s website (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2021-Apr-27 • 57 minutes
24. Friendship During Covid (feat. Anna Koppelman)
On this episode of Overthink, Ellie and David tackle friendship during Covid. They begin by discussing their dream day with friends, which includes: brunch, thrift store shopping, and team sports, all of which have been impossible to do during the pandemic. What has social distancing meant for friendship? They bring on special guest, undergraduate Anna Koppelman (Overthink's production assistant and social media coordinator!), to discuss how Covid has impacted college students' social lives. The ... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Apr-27 • 58 minutes
Tragédies ! (2/4) : Prométhée enchaîné, premier prisonnier politique ?
durée : 00:58:21 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Comment la pièce d'Eschyle, dans laquelle Prométhée est enchaîné à son rocher, le foie dévoré par un aigle, raconte-t-elle l'histoire de notre humanité et la naissance de notre conscience politique ? - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Olivier Py Directeur du Festival d’Avignon, homme de théâtre (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-27 • 22 minutes
Richard Kimberly Heck
I ask the philosopher Riki Heck five questions about themselves. | | Riki Heck is Professor of Philosophy at Brown University. They are the author of “Frege’s Theorem” (2011) and “Reading Frege’s ‘Grundgesetze’” (2012). (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-Apr-26 • 41 minutes
Emery Brown and the Truth About Anesthesia
Anesthetics transformed surgical medicine, but even a century and a half after their introduction, much of the science behind them is still not well understood, especially by the public. In this episode, the noted physician-scientist Emery Brown of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology talks with host Steven Strogatz about how anesthesia differs from sleep, what anesthesiologists should tell patients before surgery, and why recordings of brain waves should be collected from patients much more routinely.... (@stevenstrogatz)
podcast image2021-Apr-26 • 59 minutes
#461 David Buss When Men Behave Badly: The Hidden Roots of Sexual Deception, Harassment, and Assault
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | | This show is sponsored by Enlites, Learning & Development don... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-Apr-26 • 21 minutes
Misinformation Dragon: Christianity, Religion, Conspiracies, and the Power of our Truth
Article referenced: https://aeon.co/essays/why-humans-find-i... | New Exclusive Feed: https://aphilosophersstone.substack.com/... | All the links you will need: https://link.snipfeed.co/thephilosophygu... | As always thank you for your support! | Email: [email protected] (@philosophyguy2)
podcast image2021-Apr-26 • 72 minutes
144 | Solo: Are We Moving Beyond the Standard Model?
I talk about the recent anomalies in particle physics, whether we should trust them and what they might mean for physics beyond the Standard Model. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Apr-26 • 58 minutes
Tragédies ! (1/4) : Pourquoi Médée a-t-elle tué ses enfants ?
durée : 00:57:52 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Médée est-elle la femme tragique par excellence ? D'elle, on sait surtout une chose : dans la pièce d'Euripide, elle tue ses deux enfants. Mais qui est-elle vraiment ? Que nous dit-elle de la puissance du tragique ? - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Pierre Judet de La Combe helléniste, directeur d’études à l’Ehess et directeur de recherche émérite au Cnrs (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-26 • 51 minutes
Ep. 268: Neil Postman's "Amusing Ourselves to Death" (Part One)
On Amusing Ourselves to Death: Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business (1985) with guest Brian Hirt. How does the form in which we receive media affect how we think? Education theorist Postman (building on Marshall McLuhan) claimed that... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Apr-26 • 54 minutes
Nancy Tuana & The Inequities of the Anthropocene
According to the received narrative, we have entered a new geological era in the history of our planet, the Anthropocene. Human beings, so the theory goes, have become geological agents, having an impact on the planet so profound that it can only be compared to past ice ages and the early stages of the planet’s formation. But this narrative implies that all humans have had a hand in changing the planet, and that that all humans are affected in the same way by climate change. Philosophers, historians and geo... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-26 • 20 minutes
Lev Shestov, All Things Are Possible - Philosophy And Logic - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher and social critic, Lev Shestov's work All Things Are Possible It focuses specifically on his views on the usefulness and the scope of logic, argumentation, and dialectic, and why philosophy should not allow itself to be too closely connected with logic. 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 - w... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-25 • 10 minutes
522: Montaigne and the Art of the Essay
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/mon... thinker Michel de Montaigne invented a whole new genre in which to do philosophy: the essay. But in his use of that form, Montaigne repeatedly digresses and contradicts himself. So why did he think the essay was a good medium for philosophy? What impact did Montaigne’s invention have on his own philosophical work, and on the centuries of thought that followed? Are there particular forms of writing that help us live a more philosophical life? The philosophe... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Apr-25 • 76 minutes
The Benefits of the Scout Mindset, Updating Beliefs, Escaping Echo Chambers | STM Podcast #92
On episode 92, Alen and Leon discuss the book The Scout Mindset by Julia Galef, focusing on how to cultivate an open-mind, the benefits and pitfalls of self-deception, holding your identity loosely, the right ways to interpret critical feedback, how... (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-Apr-25 • 61 minutes
The Second Sexism | David Benatar
Are there some areas of life where men are worse off than women? Are these disadvantages always the product of sexism? If we recognize a second sexism against men, what effect would this have on women?   | Prof Benatar's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Second-Sexism-Dis... | Contact us: Mark.Oppenheimer[at]gmail and Jwerbe[at]gmail (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Apr-25 • 28 minutes
Ecocultural identity
Each of us is made up of a mix of identities - political, sexual, class, gender and so on. But how often do we stop to think of our ecocultural identity? (@DavidPZone)
podcast image2021-Apr-25 • 8 minutes
Existentialism: Key Terms
In this episode, I'll be running through some of the key terms and ideas commonly found in existentialism, such as the different modes of 'Being' and 'Nausea'. Enjoy!  | If you'd like to request an episode, or even do an episode yourself, please contact me on Instagram (@fiveminutephilosophy) or Twitter (@fiveminutephil1).  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2021-Apr-25 • 77 minutes
Episode 96, Pride and Anger (Part I - Pride)
Welcome to ‘Episode 96 (Part I of III)’, in which we’ll be discussing the virtue (or vice) of pride. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Apr-25 • 26 minutes
HoP 371 - European Disunion - Introduction to the Reformation
How humanism and scholasticism came together with the Protestant Reformation to create the philosophy of 15-16th century Europe. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-25 • 50 minutes
PEL Presents PMP#90: Godzilla vs. Kong vs. All the Kaiju!
Are giant monsters stomping on cities just stupid fun, or do they channel deep fears of helplessness? Do we care at all about the humans in these films? Are they legit sci-fi or political commentary? Mark, Erica, and Brian reflect on the MonsterVerse... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Apr-24 • 21 minutes
Lev Shestov, All Things Are Possible - Nietzsche And Dostoevsky - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher and social critic, Lev Shestov's work All Things Are Possible It focuses specifically on what he has to say in that work about these two important early existentialists, Friedrich Nietzsche and Fyodor Dostoevsky. 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 fi... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-24 • 74 minutes
PEL Presents (sub)Text: Spiritual Matters in Chekhov's "The Student" and "A Medical Case"
In Chekhov’s stories, beautiful natural surroundings are often a setting for unnatural lives and ugly social conditions. This sets the stage for a reflection on the relationship between physical and spiritual needs. His story “The Student”... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Apr-24 • 221 minutes
Special Episode: Engineering the Apocalypse
By Rob Reid and Sam Harris (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Apr-23 • 43 minutes
For Hume the Bell Tolls!
In this episode we talk about David Hume’s thoughts on miracles and beliefs as they apply to that ugliest of pop culture phenomenon: the conspiracy theory. Along the way we visit a couple of underground pizza parlors, talk with some lizard people, and dare Bill Gates to just try tracking our whereabouts. Music in this episode: "Attack of the Mole Men" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licens... Fat Cartoon Jazz https:/... (@ThereforeFan)
podcast image2021-Apr-23 • 22 minutes
Lev Shestov, All Things Are Possible - Writers, Creativity, And Literature - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher and social critic, Lev Shestov's work All Things Are Possible It focuses specifically on his views on creativity, creative work, writers, and literature. 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 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel -... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-23 • 53 minutes
#460 Steven Gangestad: Ovulatory shifts, physical attractiveness, and psychological adaptations
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | ------------------Follow me on--------------------- | Facebook: http... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-Apr-23 • 30 minutes
Episode #23. Alternatives to Democracy ft. Lewis Ross
What’s so good about democracy? Is it really better than the alternatives? In this episode, co-hosts Katie and Keir talk to Dr Lewis Ross, a fellow in Philosophy and Public Policy at the London School of Economics. They explore the limits of democracy and some alternatives that have been proposed: Lottocracy, Epistocracy and Lewis’ favoured approach, Plato’s philosopher kings. (@ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image2021-Apr-23 • 58 minutes
The Philosophical Canon
Full episode notes at this link. (@hotelbarpodcast)
podcast image2021-Apr-23 • 59 minutes
Cours particulier (4/80) : Daniel Herrero : "Le sens profond du rugby s’est affirmé titulaire d’une morale"
durée : 00:58:36 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Quelle aventure humaine est le rugby ? Comment éduquer au travers du sport ? Comment ériger une loi au-dessus de la violence du jeu ? Rencontre avec Daniel Herrero, éducateur entraînant, amoureux du ballon ovale, mais aussi des mots. - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Daniel Herrero éducateur entraînant (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-23 • 8 minutes
12 Teaser | Gustav Landauer: Anarchism, Utopia, Community
In this episode, we explore the work of German anarchist Gustav Landauer. We work through the utility of utopia in political transformations and what is required to create richer communities and social life. In the end, we discover the one vibe we’re cool with: joy. Come on through for wild mysticism and learn what Meister Eckhart can do for you while in prison!The full episode is available on our Patreon page.patreon.com/leftofphilosophy | @leftofphilReferences:Gustav Landauer, “Anarchism and Socialism,” i... (@leftofphil)
podcast image2021-Apr-23 • 73 minutes
EV - 189 Mencius Moldbug with Kirbmarc
My guest this week is Kirbmarc (@kirbmarc), who recently helped me understand better the ties between paleoconservatism and parts of the anti-woke movement. We discuss several individuals related to the dark enlightenment, including Nick Land and Menscius Moldbug aka Curtis Yarvin. Convocation: Menscius Moldbug Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals! http://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/podcas... by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pod Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosophy.libsy... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Apr-23 • 79 minutes
Midsommar (w/ Emily VanDerWerff)
Emily VanDerWerff (Vox) joins us to discuss Ari Aster's folk horror masterpiece, Midsommar. We discuss how the film subverts folk horror genre tropes to craft a compelling story about the loss of a relationship, self-discovery, and adoption into a new family. Emily articulates a trans reading of the film, and we discuss how it grapples with the challenge of accommodating our desires for individual autonomy alongside our impulse to find acceptance within a community. Bear suits and Taylor Swift also come up.... (@cowspod)
podcast image2021-Apr-22 • 58 minutes
The Notting Hill Mystery
M introduces Josh to the Notting Hill Mystery in this episode of "What the conspiracy?" — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] You can learn more about M’s academic work at: http://mrxdentith.com Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastersguidet... Podbean crowdfunding? http://www.podbean.com/patron/crowdfund/... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Apr-22 • 20 minutes
Lev Shestov, All Things Are Possible - Contingency And Groundlessness - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher and social critic, Lev Shestov's work All Things Are Possible It focuses specifically on his treatments of radical contingency and of "groundlessness", including how we might approach both of them philosophically 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 fi... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-22 • 69 minutes
#459 Bear Braumoeller - Only the Dead: The Persistence of War in the Modern Age
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podcast image2021-Apr-22
Episode 70 - Alice Dreger
4/22/21 (@SciPhiPod)
podcast image2021-Apr-22 • 59 minutes
Quatre émissions pour ne plus avoir peur de Kant (4/4) : Qu’est-ce que le mal radical ?
durée : 00:58:50 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Est-il possible de vouloir le mal pour le mal ? Ou bien faisons-nous le mal par accident ? - réalisation : Esther Valencic - invités : Michèle Cohen-Halimi philosophe, professeure de philosophie à l’université Paris 8 (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-22 • 54 minutes
Neglected Practices: Not-Knowing
One of the defining features of our time is the overproduction of what could be called “useless knowledge” — ranging from gossip and empty speculation, to undeniably important “news” which makes no claim on our moral lives other than that we have an opinion about it. In a world full of competing distractions, could it be that one of the greatest moral challenges is how to limit what we know? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Apr-22 • 68 minutes
#247 — Constructing Minds
A Conversation with Lisa Feldman Barrett (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Apr-21 • 18 minutes
Lev Shestov, All Things Are Possible - Philosophy's Real Task - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher and social critic, Lev Shestov's work All Things Are Possible It focuses specifically on his views on what the genuine tasks and functions of philosophy ought to be. These will be at odds with much of what gets called "philosophy" in the present. 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.buym... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-21 • 67 minutes
Freedom, Resentment, and the Metaphysics of Morals
Would the discovery that determinism is true undermine moral responsibility?  Should it?  In this episode I interview Pamela Hieronymi about her new book Freedom, Resentment, and the Metaphysics of Morals, which offers a new interpretation of P.F. Strawson's influential argument that the discovery of determinism would and should not threaten our practices of moral responsibility.  (@ethicaltheoryr1)
podcast image2021-Apr-21 • 60 minutes
Shadi Bartsch on the Classics and China
Art, politics, and the enduring lessons of the ancient world. (@tylercowen)
podcast image2021-Apr-21 • 52 minutes
Tacitus' Argicola | The New Thinkery Ep. 39
In this week's episode, the guys dive into Tacitus' Agricola, a text recounting the life of his father-in-law Gnaeus Julius Agricola. The text has much more to it than simply a retelling of Agricola's life though. The guys tease out the deeper philosophic messages and political commentary contained within. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Apr-21 • 112 minutes
Peter Carruthers Live!
Join me for a discussion with Peter Carruthers, a philosopher at the University of Maryland, as we discuss themes from his new book Human and Animal Minds: The Consciousness Question Laid to Rest Peter’s website (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2021-Apr-21 • 59 minutes
Quatre émissions pour ne plus avoir peur de Kant (3/4) : Qu’est-ce que l’impératif catégorique ?
durée : 00:58:45 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - "Impératif catégorique" : l’expression peut paraître effrayante. C’est pourtant dans ces deux mots que se trouve la réflexion de Kant sur la morale… Comment l'expérience morale prend-elle sens dans la pensée du philosophe de la méthode ? - réalisation : Esther Valencic - invités : Antoine Grandjean professeur de philosophie moderne et contemporaine à l'université de Lille. (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-21 • 62 minutes
0G143: Fringe's White Tulip and Psychological Egoism
Okay, this is absolutely the last time I'm doing this. Been going round and round for months now but I think this version of the episode is acceptable. Gonna go change out of my Cronenberg time suit, y'all enjoy some discussion of psychological... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-21 • 25 minutes
Episode 122: Ep. 135 Permanence and Change p5
This week join Mike and Danny as they throw their past selves under the bus. No, that’s not me, it might look vaguely reminiscent (apart from the hair) but other than that I have never set eyes on ether of those guys before. Can we ever go home again? How does Mike's mum still recognise him? Do all of Danny's former romantic partners look on in horror at what he has become and utter that well known phrase, “what WAS I thinking??” Yes, at the existential school reunion who actually attends? All of this and P... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Apr-20 • 23 minutes
Lev Shestov, All Things Are Possible - Sequence, Consequence, And Causality - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher and social critic, Lev Shestov's work All Things Are Possible It focuses specifically on his critical stance towards conceptions of causality, or what he calls the "law of sequence", both in natural phenomena, and in the development of creative and intellectual persons' works and systems. 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.... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-20 • 106 minutes
Episode 211: To Live and Die in Kurosawa's "Ikiru"
"Sometimes I think of my death," Akira Kurosawa said, "I think of ceasing to be...and it is from these thoughts that Ikiru came.” David and Tamler explore what it means to truly live in Kurosawa’s 1952 masterpiece about a bureaucrat in postwar Japan who learns that he will die from stomach cancer within six months. Plus a new study provides evidence for what every pet owner knows: dogs get jealous. And a shocking revelation about Harvard legends Kohlberg, Rawls, and Nozick. (@verybadwizards)
podcast image2021-Apr-20 • 41 minutes
The Future of Mind Control | Rupert Sheldrake, Susan Schneider, Natasha Vita-More
A decade ago scientists enabled a monkey to control a robot on the other side of the world with its mind. Now the technique has been extended to enable paraplegics to move robotic arms with their thoughts, and Elon Musk claims to be launching mind contro (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Apr-20 • 59 minutes
Quatre émissions pour ne plus avoir peur de Kant (2/4) : Qu’est-ce que l’insociable sociabilité ?
durée : 00:58:43 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - L'insociable sociabilité, comment comprendre cette idée éminemment paradoxale ? Pourquoi sommes-nous si attachés à vivre avec les autres tout en ne les supportant pas ? - réalisation : Esther Valencic - invités : François Calori maître de conférences à l'UFR de philosophie de l'Université Rennes 1 (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-20 • 59 minutes
Perry Zurn, "Curiosity and Power: The Politics of Inquiry" (U of Minnesota Press, 2021)
Is curiosity political? Does it have a philosophical lineage? In Curiosity and Power: The Politics of Inquiry (University of Minnesota Press, 2021), Perry Zurn shows, consequentially, yes. He further asks: Who can be curious? How? When? To what effect? What happens when we are curious together? Engaged with multiple social movements ranging from the mid-twentieth century to our current time, and thinkers of curiosity from the Ancient world until now, Zurn theorizes the normative and political force of curi... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2021-Apr-20 • 30 minutes
Jonathan Wolff
I ask the philosopher Jonathan Wolff five questions about himself. | | Jonathan Wolff is the Alfred Landecker Professor of Values and Public Policy at Oxford University. He is the author of several books, including “Why Read Marx Today?” (2002), “The Human Right to Health” (2012), and “Ethics and Public Policy: A Philosophical Inquiry” (2020). (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-Apr-19 • 41 minutes
Melanie Mitchell Takes AI Research Back to Its Roots
Melanie Mitchell, a professor of complexity at the Santa Fe Institute and a professor of computer science at Portland State University, acknowledges the powerful accomplishments of “black box” deep learning neural networks. But she also thinks that artificial intelligence research would benefit most from getting back to its roots and exchanging more ideas with research into cognition in living brains. This week, she speaks with host Steven Strogatz about the challenges of building a general intelligence, wh... (@stevenstrogatz)
podcast image2021-Apr-19 • 50 minutes
History of Information with Professor Paul Duguid
Over centuries “information has shaped and been shaped by human society”, writes professor Paul Duguid at the start of the book “Information: A Historical Companion”. Duguid is one of the editors of this book that reconstructs the rise of human approaches to creating, managing, and sharing facts and knowledge. The book is organised as thirteen long form chapters and more than hundred short form entries in a list of thematic objects, tools and concepts that are critical for our understanding of information. ... (@BTG_ie)
podcast image2021-Apr-19 • 92 minutes
#458 Lesley Newson & Peter Richerson - A Story of Us: A New Look at Human Evolution
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | | This show is sponsored by Enlites, Learning & Development don... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-Apr-19 • 92 minutes
143 | Julia Galef on Openness, Bias, and Rationality
I talk with Julia Galef about why rationality is a good thing, and how we can all get better at it. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Apr-19 • 19 minutes
Lev Shestov, All Things Are Possible - Ultimate Realities And Questions - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher and social critic, Lev Shestov's work All Things Are Possible It focuses specifically on his views on whether or not we in the present - or people in the past - can get to ultimate realities, or frame and resolve the most important questions of life, or not, and why this is the case. He also discusses what we can do as we face these inescapable questions To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-19 • 59 minutes
Quatre émissions pour ne plus avoir peur de Kant (1/4) : Qu’est-ce que le transcendantal ?
durée : 00:58:47 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Pour Emmanuel Kant, la philosophie n’a pas de domaine privilégié, pas d'objet, alors de quoi parle-t-elle ? Pour le découvrir, il réfléchit aux conditions d’énonciation d’une vérité et met à l’oeuvre une méthode, une réflexion sur la forme, avec en son coeur un concept : le transcendantal... - réalisation : Esther Valencic - invités : Michaël Foessel philosophe, spécialiste de la philosophie allemande et d... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-19 • 9 minutes
PREVIEW-Ep. 267: Avicenna on God and Soul w/ Peter Adamson (Part Two)
Continuing on Avicenna's arguments for the existence of God and on the soul's immateriality. What metaphysical and epistemological picture grounds these views? To hear the full , you'll need to go sign up at . (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Apr-19 • 54 minutes
E42. "People Used To Die Every Day" - Is sleep a waste of time?
Named “Top 20 Philosophy Podcast” for 2021!STORY SUMMARY: Peter finds out his partner Samir has been sneaking around behind his back to “try out dreaming.” According to Samir, he likes the way sleeping, and dreaming, makes him feel. And besides, he argues, it doesn’t do any harm; his work will never find out. Peter decides to break the law in support of their relationship and to stop taking the drug that makes sleep and dreams unnecessary, in order to better understand his partner. However, after one try Pe... (@AfterDinnerCon)
podcast image2021-Apr-19 • 48 minutes
Sarah Conly & The One Child Policy
In 1825 the planet’s human population was 1 billion. In 2011, there were 7 billion human beings on the planet. With the current projections estimating that by the year 2050 the human population will be 9.6 billion, there is a pressing question: Can climate change be stopped simply by moving to greener energy sources and reducing the consumption levels of the developed world? Or is something more drastic in order, like curbing the human population growth ? Given the grim history of states trying to control ... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-18 • 44 minutes
Wittgenstein's Poker | David Edmonds
David Edmonds of Philosophy Bites fame regales us with a fiery story about Ludwig Wittgenstein's only meeting with Karl Popper. David also gives us a behind the scenes tour of the world's best loved philosophy show.     | David's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Wittgensteins-Pok... | Contact us: Mark.Oppenheimer[at]gmail and Jwerbe[at]gmail (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Apr-18 • 34 minutes
Episode 18: Revisionism with Manuel Vargas
In this episode, we talk with Manuel Vargas about revisionism, a family of views according to which our ordinary conception of free will needs to be revised. Manuel's website: http://vargasphilosophy.com/Manuel'... book, Building Better Beings: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/... F. Strawson’s classic paper, “Freedom and Resentment”: https://philpapers.org/rec/STRFAR-4If you have a question you’d like us to answer in our Q&A episode, get in touch with us at [email protected], v... (@thefreewillshow)
podcast image2021-Apr-18 • 6 minutes
Albert Camus
In this episode, I'll be talking all about writer and philosopher Albert Camus, including some of his most famous texts like 'The Plague' and 'The Myth of Sisyphus'. Enjoy! (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2021-Apr-18 • 28 minutes
Philosophy and ecology
What happens when we recognise non-human animals as sentient beings with rights? Why do women have a particular stake in environmental justice? What exactly do we mean when we talk about sustainability? Anyone looking for a way into these important contemporary questions could start by exploring the work of Val Plumwood, the pioneering Australian eco-feminist philosopher who died in 2008. (@DavidPZone)
podcast image2021-Apr-18 • 51 minutes
Episode 95, Conspiracy Theories (Part III - Further Analysis and Discussion)
Welcome to ‘Episode 95 (Part III of III)’, in which we’ll be discussing the assassination of JFK, as well as engaging in some further analysis. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Apr-18 • 30 minutes
HAP 74 - Black Star - Marcus Garvey
Marcus Garvey leads a powerful movement, inspires racial pride, and feuds with other thinkers like Du Bois. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-18 • 11 minutes
463: The Ethics of Algorithms
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/mor... years have seen the rise of machine learning algorithms surrounding us in our homes and back pockets. They're increasingly used in everything from recommending movies to guiding sentencing in criminal courts, thanks to their being perceived as unbiased and fair. But can algorithms really be objective when they are created by biased human programmers? Are such biased algorithms inherently immoral? And is there a way to resist immoral algorithms? Josh and Ke... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Apr-17 • 23 minutes
Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Masks - The Negro And Hegel - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, psychoanalyst, and social critic Frantz Fanon's work Black Skin, White Masks It focuses specifically on his discussion of the complex Hegelian conception of Recognition (Anerkennen) in the section of chapter 8 titled "The Negro and Hegel". Fanon critically interprets Hegel's conception of self-consciousness, its relation to its other, and the master-slave dialectic. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sad... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-16 • 73 minutes
#457 Michael Strevens - The Knowledge Machine: How Irrationality Created Modern Science
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podcast image2021-Apr-16 • 18 minutes
Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Masks - Past, Future, And Action - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, psychoanalyst, and social critic Frantz Fanon's work Black Skin, White Masks It focuses specifically on his discussions in the middle of the work and towards the end, bearing upon how to move forward in the present and the future, which requires clarifying one's relationship with, and the relevance of the past and of history. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contri... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-16 • 102 minutes
#246 — Police Training & Police Misconduct
A Conversation with Rener Gracie (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Apr-16 • 47 minutes
Beyond Us: Bonus Review
Today we release the fifth and final episode of Beyond Us, a mini-series made in association with Essentia Foundation, which explores four concepts that define the modern world: knowledge, competition, language and growth. In each of the previous four ep (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Apr-16 • 59 minutes
Apocalypse(s)
The HBS hosts chat about our impending doom. Is the apocalypse nigh? Will it be environmental, political, technological, or biological? Can we imaging human beings existing in 50 years? 100 years? 5000 years?Full episode notes at this link. (@hotelbarpodcast)
podcast image2021-Apr-16 • 59 minutes
Cours particulier (1/80) : Julia Kristeva : "La psychanalyse est une poétique"
durée : 00:58:48 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - La psychanalyse permet-elle de renaître ? Le langage permet-il de sublimer nos souffrances et complexes pour apprendre à mieux vivre avec, et donc à nous transformer ? Quels sont les liens entre psychanalyse et philosophie ? Cours particulier en compagnie de Julia Kristeva. - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Julia Kristeva écrivaine, psychanalyste, linguiste (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-16 • 69 minutes
EV - 188 Deleuze and Spinoza with Gil Morejon
My guest this week is Gil Morejon (@gdmorejon), an adjunct at Dupal and co-host of the What’s Left of Philosophy Podcast. We discuss his work on Deleuze and Spinoza concerning determinism and joyous revolution. Convocation: Deleuze What's Left of Philosophy podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/wh... Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals! http://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/podcas... by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pod Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosophy.libsyn... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Apr-16 • 114 minutes
True Lies (w/ Van Lathan)
The cows revisit True Lies with Van Lathan (The Ringer), discussing how James Cameron inverts the hero’s journey to tell a story about a spy struggling to connect emotionally with his wife and kids while saving the day and causing a lot of mayhem and destruction in the process. Is it the best action comedy of all time? Is it Arnold’s best performance? How does its portrayal of terrorism and American militaristic impunity play today? Tune in to find out! | | Follow Van on social media: @VanLathan | Send us ... (@cowspod)
podcast image2021-Apr-16 • 75 minutes
Ep. 19 - (ft.) Derek Leben: Pascal's Wager & Anti-Natalism for AI
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Derek Leben about his recent Philosophy Now article, Pascal’s Artificial Intelligence Wager. We talk about Pascal's wager applied to AI, the control problem, consciousness, our ability to control the course of AI development, and the meaning that grounds moral realism. (@Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast image2021-Apr-15 • 70 minutes
PELOSI With Molly Ball
Molly Ball joins the Podcast to discuss her new book, Pelosi. We cover the career of the first woman Speaker of the house, divisions on the left, and the skill of governance. Pelosi: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pelosi-Molly-Ba... https://www.patreon.com/PoliticalPhiloso... https://www.politicalphilosophypodcast.c... (@PolPhilPod)
podcast image2021-Apr-15 • 59 minutes
#456 Henry Greely - CRISPR People: The Science and Ethics of Editing Humans
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podcast image2021-Apr-15 • 29 minutes
Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Masks - Psychoanalysis, Racism, And Culture
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, psychoanalyst, and social critic Frantz Fanon's work Black Skin, White Masks It focuses specifically on his critical engagements with psychoanalytic theory in the work, including discussions of Freud, Jung, Adler, Lacan, Manonni, Guex, and others. Fanon also sets out what a sufficiently attentive psychoanalysis would look like and accomplish To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-15 • 18 minutes
Psychedelic Culture, LSD, Government Corruption, and Making Change | What can we learn from the past for today?
Reddit post discussed: https://www.reddit.com/r/RationalPsychon... | Double Blind Mag: https://doubleblindmag.com/ | New Exclusive Feed: https://aphilosophersstone.substack.com/... | All the links you will need: https://link.snipfeed.co/thephilosophygu... | As always thank you for your support! | Email: [email protected] (@philosophyguy2)
podcast image2021-Apr-15 • 44 minutes
The Sinking of the USS Maine
Josh and M look at the least false flaggy alleged false flag, the sinking of the USS Maine! -- — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] You can learn more about M’s academic work at: http://mrxdentith.com Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastersguidet... Podbean crowdfunding? http://www.podbean.com/patron/crowdfund/... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Apr-15 • 110 minutes
Tony Chemero Live!
Join me for a discussion with Tony Chemero, a professor of philosophy and psychology at the University of Cincinnati, as we discuss Radical Embodied cognitive Science find out more about Tony’s work (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2021-Apr-15 • 59 minutes
Quatre contresens philosophiques (4/4) : Arendt : "La banalité du mal"
durée : 00:58:58 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - En 1963, suite au procès d'Eichmann que couvre Hannah Arendt pour The New Yorker, elle publie ses articles en un livre : "Eichmann à Jérusalem". Le sous-titre pose souci et le livre fera scandale... : "Rapport sur la banalité du mal". Que voulait-elle dire, en utilisant le terme de "banal" ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Martine Leibovici maître de conférences émérite en philosophie politique à l’... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-15 • 54 minutes
Neglected Practices: Attentiveness
With the proliferation of digital distractions and addictive technologies, many of us live in a state of perpetual half-attention. We tend to move from one “sugar-hit” to the next — stimuli which elicit strong if transitory emotions, but discourage us from being present, entirely, to one person, one text, one idea. What is the lack of attentiveness doing to our moral lives? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Apr-14 • 162 minutes
AMA | April 2021
Ask Me Anything episode for April 2021. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Apr-14 • 45 minutes
PEL Presents PMP#89: The Chicago 7 (and the Aaron Sorkinverse)
Brian, Erica, and Mark consider one of this year's Oscar-nominated films, The Trial of the Chicago 7, and the film and TV career of its writer/director Aaron Sorkin. We get into The West Wing, The Social Network, Steve Jobs, The Newsroom, and more,... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Apr-14 • 25 minutes
Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Masks - What Language Reveals - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, psychoanalyst, and social critic Frantz Fanon's work Black Skin, White Masks It focuses specifically on his discussions of the roles language and dialect plays in black-white relations, examined in the first chapter of the book. 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/A4qu... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-14 • 11 minutes
Big Announcement! Kind of...But Mostly Yes:)
New Exclusive Feed: https://aphilosophersstone.substack.com/... | All the links you will need: https://link.snipfeed.co/thephilosophygu... | As always thank you for your support! | Email: [email protected] (@philosophyguy2)
podcast image2021-Apr-14 • 43 minutes
Epictetus' The Handbook | The New Thinkery Ep. 38
Tragedy, or calamity, is inevitable in life. How we deal with those events can be thought of as defining moments in our character. Many have sought to find the "best" way to endure calamities, and that's where the guys pick up this week, with Epictetus' brief text on stoicism, The Handbook. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Apr-14 • 134 minutes
Philosophy In Film - 044 - Zack Snyder's Justice League
Philosophy In Film Episode 44 looks at "Zack Snyder's Justice League". Chris raises the concept of fates worse than death, and what makes life worth living while Alain introduces us to the "Beauclair Bypass", where he makes his point by making other points and hopefully finding his way back to the original point in the future. At our listener's request, this is the uncut version of the episode, aka, "The Beauclair Cut". Featured Beer: Metes and Bounds Extra Pale Ale, by Annex Ale Project (Calgary, AB) (@PhilInFilm)
podcast image2021-Apr-14 • 59 minutes
Quatre contresens philosophiques (3/4) : Descartes : “Se rendre comme maîtres et possesseurs de la nature”
durée : 00:58:58 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Pourquoi Descartes, dans son "Discours de la méthode", en 1637, nous invite-t-il à nous rendre comme maître et possesseur de la nature ? Aujourd’hui, ces mots sonnent comme un projet anti-écologique, mais ils furent aussi considérés comme le manifeste de la démesure moderne. Qu'en est-il vraiment ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Marie-Frédérique Pellegrin maîtresse de conférences habilitée à dirige... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-14 • 61 minutes
0G142: Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and Afropessimism vs. Afrofuturism
CONTENT WARNING: We're getting into some proper colonial racism this week. I picked a story that, to me, exemplifies Lovecraft in his racist glory. We use this to apply the post-colonial discussions from last week and then bring it all together to... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-14 • 24 minutes
Episode 121: Ep.134 Permanence and Change p.4
This week, what happens when worlds collide? Do they both erupt in twin fire balls spinning off into the void as a sleek silver space ship cuts its way through the darkness on its way to a new home and a fresh start? Does encounter with otherness and difference inevitably lead to a diminution of the very essence of who and what we are? I mean, you said you wouldn’t try to change me but here we are, years down the line with your curtain fabric and furnishings throughout the house and all my stuff boxed up an... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Apr-13 • 20 minutes
Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Masks - Particularity And Universality - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, psychoanalyst, and social critic Frantz Fanon's work Black Skin, White Masks It focuses specifically on the interplay or dialectic between Fanon's analysis as oriented by particular situations and its extension to more universal dynamics 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.buymeacoffe... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-13 • 36 minutes
Andreas Elpidorou. Séptima Oca Filosófica
Hoy presentamos un programa muy especial. Tiene dos partes: una entrevista a los colegas del podcast Portales (@PortalesPodcast). Y otra entrevista, en inglés, al profesor Andreas Elpidorou, de la Universidad de Louisville (Kentucky, Estados Unidos). | | En la entrevita con Andreas, le preguntaremos sobre la filosofía y la sociedad del aburrimiento, qué haría hoy Platón con un smart phone, o cómo interconectar mejor las filosofías que se dan en los distintos países del mundo. | | Un día más en LA OCA FILO... (@LaOcaFilosofica)
podcast image2021-Apr-13 • 46 minutes
Emotion Vs Reason | Dan Ariely, Paul Bloom, Patty Kostkova
Are humans any good at making decisions? Are we motivated by reason? Or are humans evolved to make social and emotional decisions, relying on the value and importance of crowd responses? On today’s episode we’re asking whether the best strategy for (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Apr-13 • 56 minutes
Ep. 40: What is Critical Thinking? (Part II)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony continue their conversation on fallacious thinking, the motivations behind it, and ways to avoid it. (@LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast image2021-Apr-13 • 55 minutes
23. Games and Gamification (feat. C. Thi Nguyen)
In this episode of Overthink, Ellie, and David sit down with philosopher Dr. C. Thi Nguyen to discuss his work on games and gamification. They begin by their love for The Sims and the out-of-body experiences video games can trigger. From there, they get into the works of thinkers including Ortega y Gasset, Nietzsche, Mill, Gadamer, discussing their theories on games and motivation. The trio also jumps into the function of games in community, how British and American drinking games differ, motivational stat... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Apr-13 • 59 minutes
Quatre contresens philosophiques (2/4) : Hobbes : “L’homme est un loup pour l’homme”
durée : 00:59:04 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Thomas Hobbes est l’auteur du célèbre livre de philosophie politique “Léviathan”. En 1641, en exil volontaire en France, il observe ce qui agite et trouble son pays, l'Angleterre : la guerre civile. Il rédige alors “Du citoyen”, où apparaît la fameuse maxime, objet de nombreux contresens... - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Luc Foisneau directeur de recherche au CNRS et enseigne la p... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-13 • 29 minutes
Hannah Ginsborg
I ask the philosopher Hannah Ginsborg five questions about herself. | | Hannah Ginsborg is Professor of Philosophy at the University of California at Berkeley. She is the author of “The Normativity of Nature: Essays on Kant’s ‘Critique of Judgement’” (2015). | | Raphael's “Ecstasy of St. Cecilia” (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-Apr-12 • 43 minutes
#245 — Can We Talk About Scary Ideas?
A Conversation with Peter Singer, Francesca Minerva, and Jeff McMahan (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Apr-12 • 43 minutes
Trachette Jackson Fights Cancer With Math
The term “mathematical biology” might have been considered an oxymoron more than a few decades ago: How could mathematics enrich the largely descriptive disciplines of biology? But Trachette Jackson of the University of Michigan has become a pioneer in this area, bringing deep mathematical insights to cancer therapeutics. In this episode, Jackson tells host Steve Strogatz how a tumor resembles a box of pencils, and how she came to appreciate the usefulness of mathematics for piercing biological mysteries. R... (@stevenstrogatz)
podcast image2021-Apr-12
The Human Paradox
In this episode, Fiona Hughes and Adrian Moore discuss Alan Montefiore’s latest book, Philosophy and the Human Paradox (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-12 • 76 minutes
#455 Barbara Tversky - Mind in Motion: How Action Shapes Thought
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podcast image2021-Apr-12 • 86 minutes
142 | Charlie Jane Anders on Stories and How to Write Them
I talk with writer Charlie Jane Anders about the techniques that go into good storytelling. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Apr-12 • 22 minutes
Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Masks - The Overall Approach And Argument - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, psychoanalyst, and social critic Frantz Fanon's work Black Skin, White Masks It focuses specifically on on the overall approach and argument made within the work. Fanon frames his work as a psychoanalytic one, drawing upon critical engagements with psychoanalytic theory, existentialism, literature, and lived experience. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-12 • 84 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 33: Dante's Purgatorio
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 33: Dante's Purgatorio by Sacred and Profane Love (@eudaimoniapod)
podcast image2021-Apr-12 • 62 minutes
Ep. 267: Avicenna on God and Soul w/ Peter Adamson (Part One)
On selections and commentary about Avicenna's argument from around 1020 C.E. for the existence of God as a necessary being, plus arguments to prove that God has the person-like properties that Islam imputes to him, and his "flying man" argument for... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Apr-12 • 59 minutes
Quatre contresens philosophiques (1/4) : Socrate : “Connais-toi toi-même”
durée : 00:58:49 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - "Connais-toi toi-même" est l'un des préceptes gravés sur le fronton du temple de Delphes, et souvent rapporté dans les écrits de Platon, dans les mots de Socrate. Mais que veut-il dire ? Que la philosophie antique aurait pour but la connaissance de soi, aux dépens des autres, aux dépens du monde ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Fulcran Teisserenc professeur de lettres et de première supérieures au ... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-12 • 17 minutes
521: The 2021 Dionysus Awards
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/202... a year in which "entertainment" took on a whole new meaning, what were the movies that challenged our assumptions and made us think about things in new ways? Josh and guest co-host Jeremy Sabol talk to philosophers and listeners as they present our eighth annual Dionysus Awards for the most thoughtful films of the past year, including: • Best Film Painting a World Without Men • Best Picture That Packs All of American History Into One Room • Trippiest Inve... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Apr-12 • 65 minutes
Alexander Douglas & Planning the Green New Deal
In 2019 the US Congress representative Alexandria Occasio Cortez and US senator Edward Markey put forward a resolution called the Green New Deal. Borrowing the name from Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal in the 1930s, a massive state-led plan to save the economy from the 1929 crash, the Green New Deal proposes an even more ambitious state plan, this time to save the planet from climate change. The aim of a net-zero carbon emissions economy within the next thirty years, the argument goes, can only be achieved by... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-11 • 76 minutes
“A Philosophy of Motherhood”
Host Jack Russell Weinstein visits with Danielle LaSusa, p hilosophical Coach and Consultant. LaSusa has a Ph.D. in Philosophy, a Graduate Certificate in Women’s Studies, and a passion for helping new moms with the difficult realities of motherhood. (@whyradioshow)
podcast image2021-Apr-11 • 61 minutes
Hate Speech and Pornography | Mari Mikkola
What is hate speech, and what are the limits of free speech? Should pornography be censored in the same way we censor speech?   | Mari's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Pornography-Philo... | Contact us: Mark.Oppenheimer[at]gmail and Jwerbe[at]gmail (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Apr-11 • 10 minutes
John Hick's Global Theology and Religious Pluralism
In this episode, I'll be talking all about British theologian John Hick's global theology and approach to religious pluralism, including some of the critiques his account has received. Enjoy! | If you'd like to request an episode, or even do an episode yourself, please contact me on Instagram (@fiveminutephilosophy) or Twitter (@fiveminutephil1).  | (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2021-Apr-11 • 28 minutes
Restlessness
Feeling a little distracted lately? Most of us are, and not just lately. We tend to view withering attention spans and the compulsion to seek change for its own sake as curses of the social media era, but restless dissatisfaction has been the subject of philosophical inquiry for centuries. (@DavidPZone)
podcast image2021-Apr-11 • 66 minutes
Episode 95, Conspiracy Theories (Part II - Solutions)
Welcome to ‘Episode 95 (Part II of III)’, in which we’ll be discussing the dangers and philosophical solutions to conspiracy theories. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Apr-11 • 28 minutes
HoP 370 - Ingrid Rowland on Rome in the Renaissance
For our finale of the Italian Renaissance series we're joined by Ingrid Rowland, to speak about art, philosophy, and persecution in Renaissance Rome. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-09 • 78 minutes
11 | Climate Politics and Global Justice (with Dr. Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò)
In this episode, we are joined by Professor Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò (@OlufemiOTaiwo) (Georgetown University) to discuss his work on the politics surrounding climate change and generative frameworks for global justice. In this wide-ranging discussion we address the urgency of climate politics for the African continent, what it means to connect the local to the global, and how we can move towards richer forms of collaborative security. We also offer a theory of “vibes” in politics and theory.patreon.com/leftofphilosop... (@leftofphil)
podcast image2021-Apr-09 • 43 minutes
A Selfie is Worth about 25 Words
In this episode we talk about challenges to living an authentic life in light of some recent trends on social media. We address the timeless question: can someone truly be in bad faith if they are like really photogenic? Music in this episode: "Attack of the Mole Men" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licens... Fat Cartoon Jazz https://www.purple-planet.com Up Your Street https://www.purple-planet.com (@ThereforeFan)
podcast image2021-Apr-09 • 62 minutes
Are Uber and Lyft drivers being exploited?
How much do Uber and Lyft drivers really earn, after expenses? Are they getting a raw deal by being classified as 'independent contractors' instead of employees? I explore the debate over these questions with three guests: Louis Hyman (Cornell), Veena... (@Rspodcast)
podcast image2021-Apr-09 • 69 minutes
#454 Edward Westermann - Drunk on Genocide: Alcohol and Mass Murder in Nazi Germany
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podcast image2021-Apr-09 • 28 minutes
Episode #22. Underdetermination ft. JB Manchak
In this episode, Keir and Jasmine explore Underdetermination and what it’s all about. Speaking to JB Manchak, from the University of California, Irvine, We discuss the limits of scientific research, conspiracy theories and time travel. We also discuss Buddhism and the idea of the non-self. (@ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image2021-Apr-09 • 64 minutes
Nostalgia
The HBS hosts take a look at the political, philosophical, cultural, and personal dimensions of nostalgia. Full episode notes at this link. (@hotelbarpodcast)
podcast image2021-Apr-09 • 60 minutes
Cours particulier (7/80) : Michaël Levinas : "L’idée musicale, c'est le bouleversement et la révélation"
durée : 00:59:43 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Frappé par une Sonate de Beethoven à l’âge de trois ans et demi, comme une révélation extraordinaire, Michaël Levinas, fils d’une pianiste et d’un philosophe, est traversé par la force de l’écriture et du son, et entremêle intimement interprétation au piano et composition, comme un tout. - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Michaël Levinas Pianiste et compositeur (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-09 • 64 minutes
John Sellars, "Marcus Aurelius" (Routledge, 2020)
Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations is one of the most popular philosophical works by sales to the public, while in academic philosophy he is considered somewhat of a philosophical lightweight. In Marcus Aurelius (Routledge, 2020), John Sellars argues that this academic perception mistakes the Meditations as a failed work of theoretical argument, when instead it is a series of spiritual training exercises to condition the Roman emperor’s character in accordance with the Stoic doctrines he learned as a bookish boy.... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2021-Apr-09 • 78 minutes
EV - 187 Words and Letters with Angel Eduardo Pt.2
My guest this week is Angel Eduardo (@StrangelEdweird), a writer, musician, photographer, and designer in NYC who has been published in Aero, CFI, and Newsweek. In part one we discussed his articles on starmanning, selfishness, and merit. In part two we cover his articles on the power of words and his article on the Harper's Letter. Convocation: Yehuda Berg Angel's website: http://angeleduardo.com/ Starmanning: https://centerforinquiry.org/blog/how-to... https://centerforinquiry.org/blog/the-vi... and Merit... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Apr-09 • 89 minutes
Bonus Episode: Another Round (w/ Paul Keelan)
We crack open a few cold ones (figuratively) with Paul Keelan (Cinematic Underdogs) to unpack and disagree about the Oscar-nominated Another Round. How does the film experiment with existentialism, and how does it explore our complicated relationship with alcohol? Is it worthy of being recognized as among the best films of the year, or is it just Old School dressed up with Kierkegaard quotes? We also react to its portrayal of gendered divisions of labor and explore the film's attitude towards its characters... (@cowspod)
podcast image2021-Apr-08 • 59 minutes
Buenting and Taylor's Fortuitous Data
Josh and M present another episode of Conspiracy Theory Masterpiece Theatre, and review "Conspiracy Theories and Fortuitous Data" by Joel Buenting and Jason Taylor. — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] You can learn more about M’s academic work at: http://mrxdentith.com Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastersguidet... Podbean crowdfunding? http://www.pod... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Apr-08
Episode 69 - Maya Goldenberg
On Episode 69, Nick chats with Dr. Maya Goldenberg, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Guelph author of the new book, Vaccine Hesitancy: Public Trust, Expertise, and the War on Science, about how we frame and might reframe public debate about vaccines and vaccination. Maya’s argument—that at the foundation of today’s vaccine controversies is a public mistrust of science, not a public misunderstanding of science—offers an important point of view in the larger contemporary debate about vac... (@SciPhiPod)
podcast image2021-Apr-08 • 9 minutes
Anselm Of Canterbury, On Freedom Of Choice - Five Kinds Of Freedom Of Choice
This lecture discusses key ideas from the Medieval philosopher, theologian, and Benedictine monk Anselm of Canterbury's dialogue, On Freedom of Choice (the second work in a trilogy including On Truth and On The Fall of the Devil) It focuses specifically on his discussion in the last chapter of the work, in which he distinguishes between five different kinds or modes of freedom of choice (libertas arbitrii). To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-08 • 41 minutes
#453 Giuliana Spadaro: Trust, Cooperation Between Strangers, and the Bystander Effect
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podcast image2021-Apr-08 • 61 minutes
My Favorite Passage: A conversation with Adam Beresford about Iliad, Book 24
Adam and I discuss the famous, moving passage at the end of the Iliad describing the meeting between Achilles and Priam. We talk quite a bit about Achilles' curious account of how Zeus determines humans' fate by doling out happenings from jars of joy and misfortune. Adam Beresford teaches philosophy and classics at the University of Massachusetts at Boston. He has just published a translation of Aristotle's Ethics which you can (and should!) buy here and you can learn more about Adam's work here. Here is... (@UMBEthics)
podcast image2021-Apr-08 • 12 minutes
Should we feed our pets a vegan diet?
Katrien Devolder and Josh Milburn discuss whether it's ethical - and possible - to feed our pets a vegan diet. There are plenty of good reasons to avoid consuming meat from factory farms. However, WE may well do so, but what about our pets? Should we feed our cat or dog a vegan diet? In this interview with Dr Katrien Devolder (Oxford) for @Practical Ethics Channel​ , Dr Josh Milburn (Sheffield) explains what options there are for feeding our companion animals an ethically acceptable (or preferable) diet - ... (@ethicsinthenews)
podcast image2021-Apr-08 • 58 minutes
Révolution Fanon (4/4) : “Les Damnés de la Terre”, une philosophie de la violence
durée : 00:58:19 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - En 1961, “Les Damnés de la Terre” désigne les colonisés comme sujets révolutionnaires, et dans ce livre, Fanon théorise les rapports entre colonialisme et capitalisme, dénonçant la violence coloniale, mortifère, jusque dans la chair, et repensant ainsi les liens entre philosophie politique et lutte. - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Elsa Dorlin Philosophe, professeure de philosophie à Paris 8 (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-08 • 54 minutes
What should become of the office?
Will the experience of working-from-home make employees reluctant to resume the daily struggle with traffic or public transportation, or to put up with irritating co-workers and unproductive work environments? Or will we discover that we’ve missed something precious in being deprived of interactions with others? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Apr-07 • 10 minutes
Anselm Of Canterbury, On Freedom Of Choice - Will As Instrument And Use
This lecture discusses key ideas from the Medieval philosopher, theologian, and Benedictine monk Anselm of Canterbury's dialogue, On Freedom of Choice (the second work in a trilogy including On Truth and On The Fall of the Devil) It focuses specifically on the distinction that he makes between two different senses of "will" (voluntas). One of these is will-as-instrument, or as the faculty of the will. The other is will-as-use, the act or willing, or the use of that instrument or faculty. Making this dis... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-07 • 78 minutes
Dana Gioia on Becoming an Information Billionaire
How the internationally acclaimed poet became the only guest who can answer all of Tyler’s questions. (@tylercowen)
podcast image2021-Apr-07 • 81 minutes
Interview with Professor Michael Davis on Sophocles' Electra | The New Thinkery Ep. 37
This week, Professor Michael Davis of Sarah Lawrence College joins us to discuss Sophocles' Electra. Prof. Davis is the author of numerous books on the history of philosophy; he's currently at work on a book on the Electra plays of Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides. He also discusses his experiences learning from Allan Bloom, Richard Kennington, and Seth Benardete. Plus: the fastest lightning round questions to date! (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Apr-07 • 58 minutes
Révolution Fanon (3/4) : La psychiatrie contre la colonisation des cerveaux
durée : 00:58:27 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Frantz Fanon a inscrit sa postérité dans trois domaines : psychiatrie, écriture et action politique - et aucun ne peut se comprendre sans les deux autres. Quant à la psychiatrie, quelle révolution Fanon a-t-il apportée ? Qu’est-ce que l’ethnopsychiatrie ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Claire Mestre ethnopsychiatre (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-07 • 60 minutes
0G141: HBO's Lovecraft Country and Colonial Knowledge Production
Ishtash fishtash ftaginash! With these names I bind you to the pod forever. Any time you're traveling you'll be drawn to listen to the podcast. Such is the power of my knowledge of naming and geography and stolen magic and whatnot. I got it from... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-07 • 25 minutes
Episode 120: Ep.133 Permanence and Change P.3
"What kind of fool do you think I am? You think I know nothing of the modern world? Well, this week, let Danny and Mike prove you wrong! Join us as we ask the question - do we really need to change? What’s the matter with the old ways? Why can’t we ever be content with things as thy are. What is baby and what is bathwater? Is it your kids, Marty? Are our progeny the capsules into which we pour the essential, unchangeable aspects of our reality and fire them off into the future? Say what you like ‘cause I do... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Apr-06 • 73 minutes
#244 — Food, Climate, and Pandemic Risk
A Conversation with Bruce Friedrich and Liz Specht (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Apr-06 • 121 minutes
Episode 210: The Priming of the American Mind (with Jesse Singal)
Journalist, podcaster, and rapper Jesse Singal joins us to talk about his new book The Quick Fix, positive psychology (scam?), cancel culture in the media and academia (overblown?), Substack incentives, and lots more. Plus David and Tamler argue about the epistemology of ghosts. (@verybadwizards)
podcast image2021-Apr-06
A Theory of Everything?
In this episode, Philip Ball, Vanessa Seifert, and Jessica Wilson assess the prospects for a general theory of everything (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-06 • 32 minutes
Becoming A Philosopher | Daniel Dennett
Award winning author Daniel Dennett is one of the best known living philosophers of today. Shooting to notoriety as one of the 'four horsemen' in the New Atheist movement, he has written with acclaim on topics ranging from free will, consciousness and th (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Apr-06 • 73 minutes
Kate Pendoley Live!
Join me for a discussion with Kate Pendoley, a philosopher currently at Hunter College, CUNY, as we discuss her work on the emotions. Kate’s website (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2021-Apr-06 • 58 minutes
Révolution Fanon (2/4) : “Peau noire, masques blancs”, se découvrir Noir dans le regard du Blanc
durée : 00:58:14 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - En 1952, Fanon publie “Peau noire, masques blancs”, un livre qui ne revendique aucune méthode, non théorique, basé sur une expérience subjective : celle d’un homme qui se découvre Noir dans le regard d’un Blanc. Comment sortir de l'assignation par la couleur de la peau ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Marylin Maeso philosophe et essayiste (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-06 • 22 minutes
T. M. Scanlon
I ask the philosopher T. M. Scanlon five questions about himself. | | Tim Scanlon is the Emeritus Alford Professor of Natural Religion, Moral Philosophy, and Civil Polity at Harvard. He is the author of several books, including “What We Owe to Each Other” (1998), “Moral Dimensions” (2009), and “Why Does Inequality Matter?” (2018). (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-Apr-05 • 12 minutes
Anselm Of Canterbury, On Freedom Of Choice - Willing To Abandon Rectitude Of Will
This lecture discusses key ideas from the Medieval philosopher, theologian, and Benedictine monk Anselm of Canterbury's dialogue, On Freedom of Choice (the second work in a trilogy including On Truth and On The Fall of the Devil) It focuses specifically on his discussion of how a person who possesses rectitude or rightness of will (rectitudo voluntatis) can abandon that rectitude. According to Anselm, a person cannot be forced to do so, although they can be placed in a situation of forced choice or diffic... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-05 • 44 minutes
Rediet Abebe on Using Algorithms for Social Justice
Can algorithms make society more equitable? Rediet Abebe, a computer scientist at the University of California, Berkeley, has shown that data-driven machine learning can help to optimize the results of social and economic strategies. In this week’s episode, host Steven Strogatz speaks with Abebe about how her Ethiopian upbringing helps her see discrimination in the U.S. in a different light, and why her research interests and here concerns with poverty, inclusion and diversity are inseparable. This episode ... (@stevenstrogatz)
podcast image2021-Apr-05 • 42 minutes
#452 Christopher Bail - Breaking the Social Media Prism: How to Make Our Platforms Less Polarizing
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podcast image2021-Apr-05 • 78 minutes
141 | Zeynep Tufekci on Information and Attention in a Networked World
I talk with sociologist Zeynep Tufekci about how we get information and what we pay attention to in our networked age. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Apr-05 • 42 minutes
Modeling the Covid-19 Pandemic
In this episode we consider the challenges of modeling the Covid-19 pandemic and the failure to collect data that enables more effective modeling. How is the admonishment to "trust the science" different in the case of Covid than the human impact on climate change? Did governmental decisions to impose lockdowns violate a duty to base those decisions on sufficiently robust scientific evidence? My guest is Eric Winsberg, Professor of Philosophy at the University of South Florida. (@PreissJoshua)
podcast image2021-Apr-05 • 52 minutes
Episode 17: Compatibilism, Part 3 (Semicompatibilism) with Michael McKenna
In this episode, we talk with Michael McKenna about semicompatibilism (or, perhaps better, source compatibilism). We discuss two versions of the view: “mesh” theories (including Harry Frankfurt’s hierarchical model) and reasons-responsiveness theories.Michael's website: https://msmckenna.com/Michael's book, Conversation and Responsibility: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/... Frankfurt’s paper, “Freedom of the Will and the Concept of a Person”: https://www.jstor.org/stable/2024717?seq... yo... (@thefreewillshow)
podcast image2021-Apr-05 • 58 minutes
Révolution Fanon (1/4) : Accueillir le cri de l'homme mutilé
durée : 00:58:06 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Qui était Frantz Fanon, guérisseur, militant, essayiste ? Pourquoi son œuvre est-elle indissociable de son engagement psychiatrique, politique et théorique ? Comment a-t-il conjugué ces trois dimensions ? Comment a-t-il justifié la nécessité de la décolonisation ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Achille Mbembe Philosophe, politologue et historien, professeur à l’université du Witwatersrand de Johann... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-05 • 11 minutes
PREVIEW-Ep. 266: Jonathan Lear's Plato: Psyche and Society (Part Two)
Continuing on Lear's Open Minded: Working Out the Logic of the Soul (1988). Our highlight is about the relation between the three parts of the soul: which (if any) is basic? To hear the full , you'll need to go sign up at . (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Apr-05 • 38 minutes
E41. "Teddy And Roosevelt" - Do role models really matter?
Named “Top 20 Philosophy Podcast” for 2021!STORY SUMMARY: Roosevelt is a young black child who is obsessed with the life and philosophies of President “Teddy” Roosevelt. He is new at the school and due to an issue with other students is forced into the “Friends Group;” a social adjustment group for students the school have deemed at-risk. While in the group he meets Teddy, an overweight boy who has been in the group for years because he pulled an X-ACTO knife in art class on a fellow student who continued ... (@AfterDinnerCon)
podcast image2021-Apr-05 • 66 minutes
Thom Brooks & There is no Solving Climate Change
What if we’re been thinking about climate change the wrong way? What if it’s not a problem that can be solved, but something that can only be managed? What if climate change is here to stay? Thom Brooks is the author of Climate Change Ethics for an Endangered World. He is professor of Law and Government at the University of Durham, and the outgoing Dean of the Durham Law School. He is also a public policy advisor and the founding Director of the Labour Academic Network. This podcast is created in partnershi... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-04 • 74 minutes
Michael Shermer: Beating Bad Ideas with Better Ideas, Cancel Culture, Free Speech | STM Podcast #91
On episode 91, we welcome author Michael Shermer to discuss why and how humans come to believe in anything, our difficulty with understanding randomness and how it contributes to the belief in improbable conspiracy theories, the harms of cancel... (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-Apr-04 • 16 minutes
Eduardo Infante. Sexta Oca Filosófica
Hoy charlamos con Eduardo Infante, que esta semana saca a la luz su nuevo libro No me tapes el sol: Cómo ser un cínico de los buenos | Hablaremos con el sobre la sociedad contemporánea, ¿cuidamos más el físico que el bienestar emocional?, también sobre el origen de la filosofía y sobre cómo acercarla a los más jóvenes | Podéis seguirnos en twitter @LaOcaFilosófica (@LaOcaFilosofica)
podcast image2021-Apr-04 • 55 minutes
Animal Welfare | Bob Fischer
Are some animals more equal than others? Do zoos protect animals or are they solely designed for our amusement? Should we test medicines on animals? (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Apr-04 • 45 minutes
Episode 133: Aristotle discusses his philosophy
Listen to Aristotle outline his view of physics, biology, causality, and ethics! (@ElucidationsPod)
podcast image2021-Apr-04 • 6 minutes
Diotima of Mantinea
In this episode, I talk all about Ancient Greek philosopher and prophetess Diotima of Mantinea, and the ideas she presents in Plato's 'Symposium'. Enjoy!  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2021-Apr-04 • 28 minutes
Neurophenomenology and embodied sensemaking
“Making sense” of something is often understood as a rational, purely mental process – an understanding based on the Cartesian separation of mind and body. But what about the role of the senses in sensemaking? (@DavidPZone)
podcast image2021-Apr-04 • 66 minutes
Episode 95, Conspiracy Theories (Part I - Origins)
Welcome to ‘Episode 95 (Part I of III)’, in which we’ll be discussing the psychology and politics behind conspiracy theories. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Apr-04 • 36 minutes
HAP 73 - Vanessa Wills on Africana Marxism
Vanessa Wills speaks to us about Marx and his Africana legacy, with a special focus on black women Marxists. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Apr-04 • 11 minutes
462: Does Science Over-reach?
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/doe... all heard the phrase, "You can't argue with science." Appealing to scientific fact as a way to settle a question makes sense given the amazing advancements science has brought us in understanding how the world works. But should we take the accomplishments of science as evidence for scientism—the view that science is the best and only way to acquire genuine knowledge? Does faith in science require that we disregard all non-scientific viewpoints? Are there i... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Apr-02 • 12 minutes
Anselm Of Canterbury, On Freedom Of Choice - Servitude To Sin - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the Medieval philosopher, theologian, and Benedictine monk Anselm of Canterbury's dialogue, On Freedom of Choice (the second work in a trilogy including On Truth and On The Fall of the Devil) It focuses specifically on his discussion of what he calls "slavery to sin", i.e. the inability to not sin or do wrong in a person, when rectitude of will is missing from their will. The question he is grappling with is how a person, while being free, can make themself into a sla... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-02 • 62 minutes
#451 Nicole Barbaro: Attachment Theory, Behavior Genetics, Intimate Partner Violence, and Spanking
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podcast image2021-Apr-02 • 60 minutes
Metrics
For Episode 6, the HBS hosts take a look at several of the metrics by which we are rated and ranked. We talk about grading, student evaluations, the Philosophical Gourmet Report (in professional Philosophy), social media algorithms, China's social credit systems, and we delve into some of Cathy O'Neal's arguments in *Weapons of Math Destruction.* Full episode notes at this link. (@hotelbarpodcast)
podcast image2021-Apr-02 • 58 minutes
Cours particulier (6/80) : Jan Blanc : "L'historien de l'art doit reconstituer la pensée de l'artiste"
durée : 00:58:19 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - 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 ? - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Jan Blanc professeur d’histoire de l’art de la période moderne à l’Université de Genève (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-02 • 22 minutes
"Myth and Mind" | Contemplating Rituals, Symbols, and the Power of Myth
Article Discussed: https://aeon.co/essays/how-psychology-fi... | My Stuff.... | Exclusive Newsletter and Bonus Feed: https://aphilosophersstone.substack.com/ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thephilosophyguy | Podcast: https://thephilosophyguy.fireside.fm/ | Youtube: https://bit.ly/2Z0rAjA | All my Links You Need: https://link.snipfeed.co/thephilosophygu... (@philosophyguy2)
podcast image2021-Apr-02 • 76 minutes
EV - 186 Starmanning with Angel Eduardo Pt.1
My guest this week is Angel Eduardo (@StrangelEdweird), a writer, musician, photographer, and designer in NYC who has been published in Aero, CFI, and Newsweek. In part one we discuss his articles on starmanning, selfishness, and merit. In part two we'll cover his article on the power of words and his article on the Harper's Letter. Convocation: Rock and Roll Suicide by Bowie Angel's website: http://angeleduardo.com/ Starmanning: https://centerforinquiry.org/blog/how-to... https://centerforinquiry.org/blog/... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Apr-02 • 82 minutes
Some conflict, she says: An interview with Holly Lawford-Smith
Holly Lawford-Smith joins Spencer to defend her website, No Conflict They Said (.org). This collects anonymous stories from women who say they have been negatively affected by the intrusion of biological males into what have been female only spaces. Critics allege that this website is transphobic. Spencer and Holly discuss these criticism, the extent to which trans-activism is influencing academic philosophy, and some potential downsides to anti-"conversion therapy" laws. (@SpencerJayCase)
podcast image2021-Apr-02 • 10 minutes
Anselm Of Canterbury, On Freedom Of Choice - Why God Cannot Take Away Freedom Of Choice
This lecture discusses key ideas from the Medieval philosopher, theologian, and Benedictine monk Anselm of Canterbury's dialogue, On Freedom of Choice (the second work in a trilogy including On Truth and On The Fall of the Devil) It focuses specifically on his argument bearing upon why God cannot take away rectitude or rightness of will (rectitudo voluntatis) from a person who possesses it. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribut... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Apr-01 • 25 minutes
Episode #153 ... The Frankfurt School - Walter Benjamin pt. 2 - Distraction
Today we continue talking about Walter Benjamin. (@iamstephenwest)
podcast image2021-Apr-01 • 34 minutes
#450 Kirsty Graham: Gestural Communication in Primates
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podcast image2021-Apr-01 • 50 minutes
Nicholas Shea Live!
Join me for a discussion with Nick Shea, a Professor of Philosophy at the Institute of Philosophy, University of London, as we discuss his book Representation in Cognitive science Nick’s Website Representation in Cognitive Science (open access book!) (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2021-Apr-01 • 58 minutes
Emil Cioran, désespérément (4/4) : "Dans un monde sans mélancolie, les rossignols se mettraient à roter"
durée : 00:58:29 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - "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 ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Constantin Zaharia docteur de l'EHESS de Paris (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Apr-01 • 43 minutes
TIMECUBE!
In this episode of "What the conspiracy!" Josh informs M of the science of... the TIMECUBE! — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] You can learn more about M’s academic work at: http://mrxdentith.com Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastersguidet... Podbean crowdfunding? http://www.podbean.com/patron/crowdfund/... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Apr-01 • 67 minutes
Luke Russell, "Being Evil: A Philosophical Perspective" (Oxford UP, 2020)
Evil is among our everyday moral concepts. It is common to hear politicians and others condemn certain acts, purposes, people, or even populations as evil. But what does it mean to say that something is evil? Is the evil simply the exceedingly wrong? Is evil rather a distinctive kind of wrongness? Is it a kind of wrongness at all? Are acts evil regardless of the motives of those who commit them, or are people the things that are fundamentally evil (or not)? It takes only a few simple questions to complicate... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2021-Apr-01 • 54 minutes
Can politics bring about the change women are demanding?
It’s understandable that so much anger should be directed at the federal government, and that the federal government’s numerous missteps and failures to respond appropriately to what this moment demands have added insult to injury. But if the problem is culture-wide, can federal politics be the solution? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Mar-31 • 75 minutes
BREXIT & FREEDOM With The Philosopher & The News Podcast
A crossover episode with Alexis Papazoglou of The Philosopher & The News Podcast. We discuss Brexit and Freedom, Berlin's positive and negative distinction, and J S Mill. (@PolPhilPod)
podcast image2021-Mar-31 • 23 minutes
The ethics of smartphones
When Molly got her first smart phone, she was so excited she couldn’t stop staring at her screen and she walked into a telegraph pole. Carl is not so convinced by this flashy and very useful technology. (@matthewtbeard)
podcast image2021-Mar-31 • 21 minutes
Making "life and death" decisions for your pet
Molly and Carl finally get their dream jobs as vets but soon learn it's not all cuddles with cute animals — big and important decisions have to be made. Like whether to de-sex a pet or when it might be best to euthanise a much-loved furry member of the family. (@matthewtbeard)
podcast image2021-Mar-31 • 24 minutes
It's the end of the world. Let's go berserk!
Here's a little thought experiment: if you found out the world was going to end next week, would the rules about right and wrong change? If there was no tomorrow would it be okay to steal something you really wanted, or punch someone who had been bullying you? Let's see how Molly and Carl deal with a little thing called… the end of the world. (@matthewtbeard)
podcast image2021-Mar-31 • 21 minutes
Can we build a world that works for everyone?
Carl has shrunk Molly and set her up in a world built of LEGO. You'd think that would be a fun adventure, but not for Molly, who just doesn't fit in. We find out if it's possible to build a world that works for everyone. (@matthewtbeard)
podcast image2021-Mar-31 • 25 minutes
Should we always be brave?
Molly and Carl head to Sweden to try one of the most disgusting foods in the world. Just wait until you find out what it is! Between gagging and dry retching, they try to answer an important question — am I brave or am I a coward? And is one always good and one always bad? (@matthewtbeard)
podcast image2021-Mar-31 • 10 minutes
Anselm Of Canterbury, On Freedom Of Choice - Freedom Of Choice And Rectitude Of Will
This lecture discusses key ideas from the Medieval philosopher, theologian, and Benedictine monk Anselm of Canterbury's dialogue, On Freedom of Choice (the second work in a trilogy including On Truth and On The Fall of the Devil) It focuses specifically on his discussion of rectitude or rightness of will (rectitudo voluntatis) and its relation with freedom of choice (libertas arbitrii). Anselm has the teacher and student in the dialogue sort through for possibilities for why rightness of will was given to... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-31 • 25 minutes
Podcast episode 14: The emergence of phonetics in the 19th century
In this interview, we talk to Michael Ashby about the emergence and development of phonetics in the 19th and early 20th century. Download | Spotify | Apple Podcasts References for Episode 14 Primary Sources Brücke, Ernst Wilhelm von (1856), Grundzüge…Read more › (@hiphilangsci)
podcast image2021-Mar-31 • 53 minutes
Agathon’s Speech: Analyzing Plato's Symposium, Part VI | The New Thinkery Ep. 36
In the sixth installment of an ongoing series breaking down Plato's Symposium, the guys reconvene to analyze Agathon's speech on Eros, emphasizing what Agathon claims Eros is and what it is the cause of. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Mar-31 • 58 minutes
Emil Cioran, désespérément (3/4) : Vivre dans un monde raté
durée : 00:58:12 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - 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... - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Simona Modreanu professeure des universités, HDR, dir... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-31 • 55 minutes
0G140: Futurama's A Clockwork Origin and Creationism
Brain break! After all that grokking we took the week off with some easy content. Hope you enjoy this discussion of an episode of maybe the greatest philosophy cartoon show ever made, and also our discussion of some weak arguments and the theists who... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-31 • 24 minutes
Episode 119: Ep. 132 Permanence and Change part 2
This week, what have the gods ever done for us? Join Mike and Danny in Thales hot tub where everything is water but full of bubbles and not always the good kind. Yes, it’s time to get back to basics, strip away the unnecessary and discover the very foundations of reality. Will you do the necessary prep work, sand down, clean and fill all those annoying little holes and cracks or will you simply slap a coat of paint on over the dirt and hope for the best? We, of course, plan to build our city on rock n roll ... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Mar-31 • 25 minutes
Vaccine Equity with Govind Persad
Many of us have vaccines on the brain recently–whether because we’ve just received a shot, or because we are trying to access one. Who gets vaccinated and when they get their doses is a decision... | The post Vaccine Equity with Govind Persad appeared first on Examining Ethics. (@DePauwPrindle)
podcast image2021-Mar-30
Histories of Thinking | Logic
Sara Uckelman, Justin Vlasits and Audrey Yap on the history of logic, from Aristotle and medieval thought to its role in the so-called culture wars (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-30 • 11 minutes
Anselm Of Canterbury, On Fredom Of Choice - What Freedom Of Choice Is - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the Medieval philosopher, theologian, and Benedictine monk Anselm of Canterbury's dialogue, On Freedom of Choice (the second work in a trilogy including On Truth and On The Fall of the Devil) It focuses specifically on his discussion early on in the work of what freedom of choice (libertas arbitrii) is, its connection with rectitude or rightness of will (rectitudo voluntatis) and how it differs from other abilities (potestas) like the ability to sin or not To support... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-30 • 71 minutes
What is knowledge (and who cares)?
Crispin Sartwell joins Spencer Case to discuss the nature of knowledge, the relationship between aesthetics and knowledge, and other themes. (@SpencerJayCase)
podcast image2021-Mar-30 • 52 minutes
Ep. 39: What is Critical Thinking? (Part I)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony discuss some common fallacious patterns that inhibit the critical thinking process. (@LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast image2021-Mar-30 • 47 minutes
Reshaping The Self | Dan Zahavi, Lisa Bortolotti, Anders Sandberg
The notion that there is no self has won over philosophers and scientists since Hume argued that the self is nothing but a 'bundle of perceptions'. So is our experience of a unified, continuous self merely illusory? And if the self does exist, how s (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Mar-30 • 57 minutes
22. Free Britney! Conservatorship and Disability
In this episode of Overthink, Ellie and David discuss the new Britney Spears documentary exposing her legal conservatorship. After bonding over their tween obsession with Britney, they dive into the laws around conservatorship and cultural narratives around mental health. The two argue that disability has been largely ignored in the conversation around Britney Spears, even though people with disabilities and the elderly are most affected by conservatorships. They show how disability studies and feminist th... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Mar-30 • 58 minutes
Emil Cioran, désespérément (2/4) : "La vie se crée dans le délire et se défait dans l'ennui"
durée : 00:58:04 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - 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 ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Nicolas Cavaillès auteur et traducteur (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-30 • 27 minutes
Gerald Dworkin
I ask the philosopher Gerald Dworkin five questions about himself. | | Gerald Dworkin is Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at UC Davis and the author of “The Theory and Practice of Autonomy” (1988). (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-Mar-29 • 51 minutes
Federico Ardila on Math, Music and the Space of Possibilities
Federico Ardila, born in Colombia and now a professor mathematics at San Francisco State University, is an expert in the field of combinatorics, the study of all the possible configurations of finite systems. This week, Ardila talks with host Steven Strogatz about the importance of feelings in mathematics, the music of collaboration, imagining higher dimensional spaces, and the art and science of exploring “the space of possibilities.” This episode was produced by Dana Bialek. Read more at https://www.quant... (@stevenstrogatz)
podcast image2021-Mar-29 • 91 minutes
#449 Adaner Usmani: Mass Incarceration, Black Subordination, and Modern Democracies
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | ------------------Follow me on--------------------- | Facebook: http... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-Mar-29 • 14 minutes
Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan - Rights Of Sovereigns - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern philosopher Thomas Hobbes' work Leviathan It focuses specifically on chapter 18, which enumerates the rights Hobbes argues must be granted to the authority he terms the "sovereign" in order to maintain a state of peace within civil society. 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 ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-29 • 57 minutes
Is it wrong to keep pets?
In this episode, Jake and Ant look at the ethics of pet care. Is it ok to keep any sentient living being as property, free to be made infertile if their incessant humping annoys us and even to be put down if they become an inconvenience or minor danger. | | Part of this discussion will feel familiar from our vegan/vegetarianism episode (how do we compare animal vs human rights?), but the fundamental question is how do we square the very common stance of being anti-livestock/vegan but pro-pets? We do care ... (@MoralityofThe)
podcast image2021-Mar-29 • 88 minutes
140 | Dean Buonomano on Time, Reality, and the Brain
I talk with neuroscientist Dean Buonomano about how the brain reconstructs time and other aspects of reality. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Mar-29 • 55 minutes
22/03/2021: Helga Varden on Kant and Arendt on Barbaric and Totalitarian Evil
Helga Varden is Professor of Philosophy and Gender and Women Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She has held visiting positions at the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, and the University of St. Andrews, and she is an executive editor of the Journal of Canadian Philosophy. Her main research interests are Kant’s practical philosophy, legal-political philosophy and its history, feminist philosophy, and the philosophy of sex and love. In addition to her Sex, Love, and Gend... (@Aristotweets)
podcast image2021-Mar-29 • 58 minutes
Emil Cioran, désespérément (1/4) : De l'inconvénient d'être né
durée : 00:58:17 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - 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" ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Aurélien Demars enseignant en philosophie à l'univer... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-29 • 57 minutes
Ep. 266: Jonathan Lear's Plato: Psyche and Society (Part One)
On essays from Lear's Open Minded: Working Out the Logic of the Soul (1988): "Inside and Outside the Republic," "Eros and Unknowing: The Psychoanalytic Significance of Plato’s Symposium," and "An Interpretation of Transference," which compares... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Mar-29 • 75 minutes
Brexit and Freedom with The Political Philosophy Podcast
January 1st this year marked the end of the transition period in the UK’s long and tortured journey of leaving the European Union. Four and a half years after the 2016 Brexit referendum the UK began a new chapter in its history, sovereign and independent, as the Leave campaign might have put it, no longer constrained by the EU’s laws and courts. Underneath those claims lies a variety of different conceptions of freedom. As Isaiah Berlin explained in his famous essay “Two Concepts of Liberty” there are at ... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-28 • 71 minutes
Mohamedou Ould Slahi: The Mauritanian, Closing Guantanamo Bay, Imprisonment | STM Podcast #90
On episode 90, we welcome author Mohamedou Ould Slahi to recount his imprisonment in Guantanamo Bay and discuss black and white thinking in the American narrative of the good guys vs. the bad guys, why he still loves Americans and can see the good in... (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-28 • 75 minutes
10 | Donna Haraway: Socialist Cyborg Affinities
In this episode, we discuss Donna Haraway’s distinctive socialist cyberfeminism. We talk through the virtues and vices of her version of postmodern feminism and leftism, the ambivalent character of scientific knowledge production and new technologies, and the strange material powers of metaphor. Ask yourself: would you rather be a cyborg or a goddess?patreon.com/leftofphilosophy | @leftofphilReferences:Donna Haraway, “A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Cent... (@leftofphil)
podcast image2021-Mar-28 • 17 minutes
Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan - Commwealth, Covenant, And Subject - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern philosopher Thomas Hobbes' work Leviathan It focuses specifically on his discussion in chapter 17 of the work, outlining how the political community Hobbes calls a "commonwealth" comes into existence, and how those contracting or covenanting with each other create an absolute authority in the sovereign. 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/... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-28 • 54 minutes
Who should you believe? | Chris Ranalli
In a polarized world where everyone is certain, who should you believe? Are certain beliefs immoral? And how seriously should we take conspiracy theories?    | Mark.Oppenheimer[at]gmail and Jwerbe[at]gmail (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Mar-28 • 10 minutes
#243 — A Few Points of Confusion
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podcast image2021-Mar-28 • 6 minutes
Aquinas' Cosmological Argument
In this episode, I'll be speaking all about Thomas Aquinas' Cosmological Argument and its three components: the 'Argument from Motion', the 'Argument from Causation' and the 'Argument from Necessity'. Enjoy!  | If you'd like to request an episode, or even do an episode yourself, please contact me on Instagram (@fiveminutephilosophy) or Twitter (@fiveminutephil1).  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2021-Mar-28 • 29 minutes
The problem with "moral machines"
There’s a lot of talk these days about building ethics into artificial intelligence systems. It’s a daunting challenge – and this has to do with the nature of ethics, which is more than just a set of principles and instructions. Can machines ever really be moral agents? (@DavidPZone)
podcast image2021-Mar-28 • 36 minutes
Episode 94, ‘The New Age of Empire’ with Kehinde Andrews (Part II - Further Analysis and Discussion)
Welcome to 'Episode 94 (Part II of II)’, in which we’ll be continuing our discussion of black radicalism with Kehinde Andrews. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Mar-28 • 23 minutes
HoP 369 - The Harder They Fall - Galileo and the Renaissance
Did Galileo’s scientific discoveries grow out of the culture of the Italian Renaissance? (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-28 • 12 minutes
458: Repugnant Markets – Should Everything Be For Sale?
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/rep... might ban buying or selling horse meat in the US not for the protection of horses, but because we find it morally repugnant. Yet this moral repugnance is clearly not universal, and on some level may even be arbitrary, given France's attitude toward horse meat. What role, if any, should moral repugnance play in determining the rules of our marketplaces? Even if we want to eliminate the influence of moral repugnance, can we? Debra and Ken hold their noses wi... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Mar-27 • 125 minutes
Philosophy In FIlm - 043 - Minority Report
In this episode, we examine Stephen Spielberg's, "Minority Report" as a launching point for a discussion of free will and determinism. We work our way through Producer's Notes (8:39) and the Synopsis (21:09) before setting up the free will discussion with the Philosopher's Corner (36:20) segment. Alain goes extremely deep, Craig works in multiple references to the Princess Bride, and we find out Alain and Chris share the same middle name. Featured Beer: Ready Paler Two, by Analog Brewing (Edmonton, AB) (@PhilInFilm)
podcast image2021-Mar-27 • 15 minutes
Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan - The Other Laws Of Nature - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern philosopher Thomas Hobbes' work Leviathan It focuses specifically on his discussion in chapter 15 of the work, during which he sets out the other 12 laws of nature going beyond the first two. These moral norms outline how a rational human being who desires peace should behave within a commonwealth, and they correlate to virtues to be cultivated and vices to be avoided, according to Hobbes To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-26 • 74 minutes
#448 Touré Reed - Toward Freedom: The Case Against Race Reductionism
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podcast image2021-Mar-26 • 38 minutes
Ep. 18 - (ft.) Tamar Schapiro: Weakness of Will
In this episode, I speak with philosopher Tamar Schapiro about her work on weak willed action from a Kantian perspective. This all relates to her forthcoming book, Feeling Like it: a Theory of Inclination and Will. (@Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast image2021-Mar-26
89 - Is Morality All About Cooperation?
What are the origins and dynamics of human morality? Is morality, at root, an attempt to solve basic problems of cooperation? What implications does this have for the future? In this episode, I chat to Dr Oliver Scott Curry about these questions. We disc (@JohnDanaher)
podcast image2021-Mar-26 • 70 minutes
EV - 185 Unwelcome Epistemic Company with Joshua Blanchard
My guest this week is Joshua Blanchard (@philoshua), a visiting assistant professor in philosophy at Oakland University with a focus in ethics, epistemology, and philosophy of religion. We discuss his paper "The Problem of Unwelcome Epistemic Company" and how it might bear on our internet lives. Convocation: Patricia Highsmith Joshua's Website: https://www.joshuablanchard.net/ Proble... of Unwelcome Epistemic Company: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/... Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazin... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Mar-26 • 113 minutes
Jacob F. Berger Live!
Join me for a discussion with Jake Berger, an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Lycoming College, as we discuss the nature of perceptual experience Jake’s website (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2021-Mar-26 • 45 minutes
Beyond Us: Growth with Mo Gawdat
Today we bring you the fourth episode of Beyond Us, an IAI mini-series made in association with Essentia Foundation.  The ancient concept of growth referred to a function of nature, the development of natural phenomena and their qualities. While in (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Mar-26 • 41 minutes
Episode #21. Political Philosophy as Practical Philosophy ft. Simon Hope
In this episode Alex and Ross are joined by Dr. Simon Hope of Stirling University to discuss the role and scope of political philosophy; what do we do when we do political philosophy and whose viewpoint gets to count? (@ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image2021-Mar-26 • 49 minutes
One Year with COVID
For Episode 5, the HBS hosts consider the last year living with COVID: what can we not believe that we did before COVID? what can't we wait to get back to doing? and what do we hope we never go back to doing?Full episode notes at this link. (@hotelbarpodcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-26 • 59 minutes
Cours particulier (5/80) : Comment Nietzsche est-il devenu philosophe ?
durée : 00:58:31 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - La philosophie ne surgit pas ex nihilo : alors comment Nietzsche est-il devenu philosophe ? Quel fut le parcours de celui que Bataille présentait comme un non-philosophe ? De Jacob Burckhardt à Arthur Schopenhauer, qui furent les maîtres de Nietzsche ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Michèle Cohen-Halimi philosophe, professeure de philosophie à l’université Paris 8 (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-26 • 114 minutes
The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans w/ Keith Phipps
We head down to the Big Easy with Nicolas Cage scholar Keith Phipps (author of The Age of Cage: Four Decades of Hollywood Through One Singular Career) to discuss Werner Herzog's hallucinatory tale of a bad cop trying to do the right thing, of addiction in the swamp, of nature's ever-encroaching wildness into our staid lives. We dive deep into Cage and Herzog both, exploring why they make a perfect pair and how their take on Bad Lieutenant differs so radically from Abel Ferrara's original. We consider the po... (@cowspod)
podcast image2021-Mar-25 • 48 minutes
Canceled Like Socrates
In this (our 50th!) episode we talk about cancel culture as a pop culture phenomenon. We look a bit at the history of cancel culture and discuss the ethics of it. In the end we unwisely refrain from canceling ourselves. Music in this episode: "Attack of the Mole Men" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licens... Fat Cartoon Jazz https://www.purple-planet.com Slow Dissolve https://www.purple-planet.com (@ThereforeFan)
podcast image2021-Mar-25 • 56 minutes
#447 W. Keith Campbell: The New Science of Narcissism
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podcast image2021-Mar-25 • 15 minutes
M11 - Passion of the Sunprobe
a short story by Eric Schwitzgebel (@media_inverted)
podcast image2021-Mar-25 • 16 minutes
Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan - The First And Second Laws Of Nature - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern philosopher Thomas Hobbes' work Leviathan It focuses specifically on his discussion of the first two laws of nature in chapter 14. Natural laws are general rules worked out by reason, forbidding human beings from doing things destructive to their lives and commanding them to do what will preserve their lives 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.pay... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-25 • 59 minutes
La Bhagavadgītā (4/4) : Une oeuvre universelle
durée : 00:58:31 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Gandhi, Einstein, Martin Luther King : nombreuses sont les personnalités ayant cité la Gītā, devenue l'oeuvre populaire la plus lue et traduite de la tradition indienne. Mais comment ses usages permirent de justifier des positions opposées, tant sur la violence, que l'égalité entre les individus ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Raphaël Voix ethnologue et sociologue (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-25 • 52 minutes
Josh and M go to the Art Gallery
Josh and M discuss the curious case of Dr. Dirk Obbink, whether or not the Salvator Mundi is the work of Leonardo, and the theft of... another Salvator Mundi! — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] You can learn more about M’s academic work at: http://mrxdentith.com Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastersguidet... Podbean crowdfunding? http://www.podbean.c... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Mar-25 • 54 minutes
Has COVID-19 undermined our commitment to civility?
One of the perhaps underappreciated aspects of COVID-19 is the way the pandemic has dealt a blow to these daily interactions which reinforce our commitment to a common life. What is ‘civility’? What is the regulative role it plays in our common life? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Mar-24
Histories of Thinking | Philosophy
Julia Ng, Jonathan Rée, and Justin E H Smith explore more and less familiar histories of philosophy (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-24 • 64 minutes
Sarah Parcak on Archaeology from Space
What can new technology tell us about our ancient past? (@tylercowen)
podcast image2021-Mar-24 • 61 minutes
Nietzsche's Twilight of the Idols | The New Thinkery Ep. 35
Nietzsche is a controversial person to say the least. His works are easily misinterpreted, and with such lines as "God is dead", it's no surprise. Fortunately, the guys are back this week to break down the last work he submitted to a publisher, Twilight of the Idols: or How to Philosophize with a Hammer, with an emphasis on his discussion on Socrates. Producer's note: Greg does not have syphilis. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Mar-24 • 118 minutes
Declan Smithies Live!
Join me for a discussion with Declan Smithies, a professor of philosophy at Ohio State University, as we discuss themes from his book The Epistemic Significance of Consciousness Declan’s website The Epistemic Significance of Consciousness (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2021-Mar-24 • 58 minutes
La Bhagavadgītā (3/4) : Le yoga, voyage au centre de soi
durée : 00:58:21 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Le yoga est au coeur de la Bhagavadgītā, que l'on peut lire comme un hymne à cette voie vers la libération. Mais qu'est-ce que le yoga ? Un enseignement métaphysique, spirituel et physique ? Comment lâcher prise ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Colette Poggi philosophe, indianiste et sanskritiste (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-24 • 66 minutes
0G139: Stranger in a Strange Land and Ethical Non-Monogamy Part 3
And so it came to pass that the transcendent cult orgy was concluded and space Jesus announced that "it is finished" and everyone cleaned themselves up and continued with their lives, perhaps a bit changed by their brush with ethical non-monogamy.... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-24 • 22 minutes
Episode 118: Ep.131 The Pre-Socratics: Permanence and Change
This week everything changes, or does it? Is change inevitable? What do we build on that might provide a solid foundation for our identity and understanding of the world? Join Mike and Danny as they turn and face the strain. Enjoy a relaxing trip through Miletus noting, as we go, Thales and the Pre-Scratics on our left. You know what? This time we are going to stop and get out, actually spend some time with these guys, grab a glass of wine and chill. After all, what else have we got to do? (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Mar-24 • 17 minutes
Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan - The State Of Nature And Conflict - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern philosopher Thomas Hobbes' work Leviathan It focuses specifically on his depiction in chapter 13 of the "state of nature" for human beings, which is a state of war of all against all. He also discusses the three main causes of human conflict: competition, diffidence or anticipation, and vanity. 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... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-23 • 64 minutes
#242 — Psychedelics and the Self
A Conversation with James Fadiman (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Mar-23 • 88 minutes
Aaron and Andrew Debate Stranger vs. Harsh Mistress
Hi friends! In place of NASA in February Aaron had a farcical "debate" with Andrew of Opening Arguments on which is the better Heinlein book, Stranger in a Strange Land or The Moon is a Harsh Mistress. Mostly an excuse to discuss books we love, but we... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-23 • 97 minutes
Episode 209: Basic Instincts (with Paul Bloom)
VBW favorite Paul Bloom joins us to talk about William James’ account of instinct and its parallels to the nativism/empiricism debates in developmental psychology today. Also discussed: Richard Dawkins trolling philosophy, the ghost in Tamler’s kitchen, and why William James’ 130 year-old writings make psychologists sad about the present state of their field. PLUS - do you wish you were closer to your non-romantic partners? Well, strap on your gloves, grab a washcloth, it’s time for exactly 15 minutes of o... (@verybadwizards)
podcast image2021-Mar-23 • 46 minutes
Are we looking at life wrong? | Daniel Dennett, Sara Walker, Nick Lane
It is the question that has rocked humanity for millennia, the conundrum that has confounded scientists, philosophers, politicians, artists and everyone in between: which came first, the chicken or the egg? And here we find ourselves, in need of help fro (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Mar-23 • 58 minutes
La Bhagavadgītā (2/4) : Krishna, libère-moi !
durée : 00:58:09 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Dans la tradition indienne, la Bhagavadgītā fonde les sept théories de l’amour divin : quels rapports les humains entretiennent-ils avec les divinités ? Quelles sont les limites de la dévotion, que l'on appelle bhakti ? Comment se libérer de notre existence ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Silvia D'Intino indianiste, philologue, chercheur au CNRS, directrice adjointe du laboratoir... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-23 • 25 minutes
Elisabeth Camp
I ask the philosopher Elisabeth Camp five questions about herself. | | Elisabeth Camp is Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University. She is the author of “Slurring Perspectives” (2013), “Thinking with Maps” (2007), and other essays in the philosophy of language and mind. (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-Mar-22 • 109 minutes
#446 Pedro Galvão: Três Diálogos Sobre a Morte
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | This show is sponsored by Enlites, Learning & Development done d... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-Mar-22 • 49 minutes
Sharon Glotzer’s Deep Curiosity About Order From Chaos
Sharon Glotzer, a computational physicist and professor of chemical engineering at the University of Michigan, uses statistical mechanics to probe how the properties of materials emerge from the dynamics of their countless constituent particles. This week, she speaks with host Steven Strogatz about how a broken oil pump changed her life, how entropy is all about choices, and how she is driven to find the simple rules that explain the universe’s complexity. This episode was produced by Dana Bialek. Read more... (@stevenstrogatz)
podcast image2021-Mar-22 • 17 minutes
Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan - Manners, Desires, And Motivation - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern philosopher Thomas Hobbes' work Leviathan It focuses specifically on his discussion of "manners", that is human behavior and motivation, particularly what conduces to peace or war between human beings 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 1500 philosophy video... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-22 • 79 minutes
139 | Elizabeth Anderson on Equality, Work, and Ideology
I talk with philosopher Elizabeth Anderson about what equality should mean, and how it applies to employment and the work ethic. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Mar-22 • 11 minutes
PREVIEW-Ep. 265: Plato's "Phaedo": Philosophy as Training for Death (Part Two)
Continuing on the Phaedo, we start with a point from Plato's physics that's supposed to hep prove the immortality of the soul, then lay out his theory of Forms. To hear the full , you'll need to go sign up at . (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Mar-22 • 40 minutes
Episode 16: Compatibilism, Part 2 (Dispositional Compatibilism) with Kadri Vihvelin
In this episode, we interview Kadri Vihvelin about a recent development of the classical compatibilist position—a development that has come to be known as "dispositional compatibilism." Along the way we discuss time travel, abilities, dispositions, and much more.Kadri's website: http://vihvelin.com/Kadri's book, Causes, Laws, and Free Will: Why Determinism Doesn't Matter: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/... recent time travel paper, "Killing Time Again": https://ac... (@thefreewillshow)
podcast image2021-Mar-22 • 58 minutes
La Bhagavadgītā (1/4) : Faut-il renoncer pour mieux avancer ?
durée : 00:58:07 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Aucune œuvre indienne n’a été plus lue et plus traduite dans le monde que la Bhagavad-Gita. Cet épisode, le plus célèbre du Mahabharata, met en scène le guerrier Arjuna aux prises avec un dilemme moral. Krishna, son guide, va le mener sur la voie du renoncement et de l'ascèse. - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Marc Ballanfat professeur de philosophie en classes préparatoires aux ... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-22 • 98 minutes
Philosophy In Film - 042 - Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Episode 42 of the Philosophy in Film podcast delves into the science fiction comedy, "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy". A thematic beer selection sets the table for a discussion on the philosophy of questioning (Philosopher's Corner 35:19), ontology, and the overall effectiveness of the film. The guys also talk about Chris's neutrality, season three sponsorships, and a harrowing encounter at the local grocery store. Featured Beer: Next 3 Exits Double IPA, by a collective of Airdrie Alberta Breweries (@PhilInFilm)
podcast image2021-Mar-22 • 48 minutes
Responsibility for Debt and Crisis
Anahí Wiedenbrüg (Oxford) and I discuss responsibility for debt and crisis. Debt has risen dramatically as a result of the pandemic, with many countries likely to face sovereign debt crises in the years to come, even if they spend comparatively little keep their citizens safe, housed, and fed during the crisis. What principles ought to govern the repayment of such debt? What responsibilities do governments, private creditors, and non-governmental agents such as the International Monetary Fund have to e... (@PreissJoshua)
podcast image2021-Mar-22 • 70 minutes
Brian Patrick Green & The Ethics of Space Exploration
On February 22nd, NASA released video footage of the car-sized Rover Perseverance, landing on the surface of Mars. After a journey of seven months and 293 million miles, the robot vehicle finally reached the red planet, with the aim of searching for ancient signs of life on Mars. A couple of weeks later, Elon Musk’s company Space X tested a prototype of Starship, a vehicle meant to enable mass interplanetary travel, and the eventual colonisation of other planets by humans. This, according to Musk, would be ... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-22 • 50 minutes
E40. "The Waiting Room" - Is it selfish to abandon your natural abilities to follow your dream?
“Is it selfish to abandon your natural abilities to follow your dream?” We discuss the ethics of natural abilities vs following your dreams in the short story, "The Waiting Room" by Kate Choi. Subscribe. (@AfterDinnerCon)
podcast image2021-Mar-21 • 9 minutes
520: What Is Masculinity?
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/wha... in control, and stoic—these are traits of the ideal masculine man. Men who fail to conform to this ideal are often penalized, particularly if they are men of color, queer men, working-class men, or men with disabilities. So how do we create different visions of masculinity that make room for all kinds of men? Should we abandon the idea of masculinity altogether, or would that be throwing out the baby with the bathwater? Which models of masculinity will bri... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Mar-21 • 16 minutes
Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan, Power, Value, And Honor - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern philosopher Thomas Hobbes' work Leviathan It focuses specifically on his discussion of chapter 10, titled "Of Power, Worth, Dignity, and Worthiness", in which Hobbes sets out his views on what each of these mean, how they are interconnected, and their implications for moral psychology, ethics, and political theory. 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 - ww... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-21 • 63 minutes
Can God Right Past Wrongs? | Sam Lebens
Would a just God allow us to suffer? Could God rewrite history to remove the bad bits?    | Contact us: Mark.Oppenheimer[at]gmail and Jwerbe[at]gmail (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Mar-21 • 28 minutes
Honour in the institution
Institutions shape every aspect of our lives, yet they can be strangely amorphous things, operating according to norms and conventions that often undermine each other. This week we’re talking feminist institutionalism, and the need for a women’s honour code. (@DavidPZone)
podcast image2021-Mar-21 • 34 minutes
Episode 94, ‘The New Age of Empire’ with Kehinde Andrews (Part I - The Logic of Empire)
Welcome to 'Episode 94 (Part I of II)’, in which we’ll be speaking to Kehinde Andrews about his new book, The New Age of Empire. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Mar-21 • 21 minutes
HAP 72 - In A Class of Their Own - Early African American Socialism
Around the time of World War One, Hubert Harrison, A. Philip Randolph, and other black socialists argue that racial oppression is caused by capitalism. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-21 • 18 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - Laws, Actions, And Punishments
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on his discussion about how he views the purpose and functions of laws and punishments, and what the implications of the "doctrine of necessity" are for those. 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.buymeacoffe... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-19 • 24 minutes
Episode #152 ... The Frankfurt School - Walter Benjamin pt. 1
Today we begin discussing the work of Walter Benjamin. (@iamstephenwest)
podcast image2021-Mar-19 • 30 minutes
#445 Kateřina Lochmanová: The History and Philosophy of Antinatalism
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podcast image2021-Mar-19 • 63 minutes
Unfair laws / Why judges should be originalists (William Baude)
Is there any justification for seemingly unjust laws like "qualified immunity," which allows cops to get away with bad behavior? William Baude, a leading scholar of constitutional law, explores how these laws came to be and why they're so hard to... (@Rspodcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-19 • 16 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - Necessity, Motive, And Volition
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on his discussion about how what he calls the "doctrine of necessity" applies to human motives, volitions, and actions. 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 1500 ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-19 • 49 minutes
Origins
For Episode 4, the HBS hosts look into the stories we tell, whether or not they are true, and what happens when those stories fall apart. Specifically, they discuss the various ways that origins are grounded in myths, documents, and self-narratives. By way of access into these problems, they take on the new Netflix series, Murder Among the Mormons, which centers around the story of Mark Hoffman, a master forger and murderer. What does it mean to have a physical document versus an oral tradition? How much of... (@hotelbarpodcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-19 • 58 minutes
Cours particulier (4/80) : Daniel Herrero : "Le sens profond du rugby s’est affirmé titulaire d’une morale"
durée : 00:58:28 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Quelle aventure humaine est le rugby ? Comment éduquer au travers du sport ? Comment ériger une loi au-dessus de la violence du jeu ? Rencontre avec Daniel Herrero, éducateur entraînant, amoureux du ballon ovale, mais aussi des mots. - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Daniel Herrero éducateur entraînant (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-19 • 66 minutes
M. Kirloskar-Steinbach and L. Kalmanson, "A Practical Guide to World Philosophies: Selves, Worlds, and Ways of Knowing" (Bloomsbury, 2021)
The first book in a new series, A Practical Guide to World Philosophies: Selves, Worlds, and Ways of Knowing (Bloomsbury Academic 2021), co-authored by Monika Kirloskar-Steinbach and Leah Kalmanson, introduces readers to a diverse range of world philosophies. It both guides readers through philosophical questions and reflects on how the discipline of philosophy has come to define its boundaries, thus deciding which questions are worth asking, within which contexts, and by which methods. The book takes up a ... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2021-Mar-19 • 23 minutes
Your Riddle. Your Void. Your Abyss. Your Nihilism. Your Madness. | How will you solve your riddle?
My Stuff.... | Exclusive Newsletter and Bonus Feed: https://aphilosophersstone.substack.com/ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thephilosophyguy | Podcast: https://thephilosophyguy.fireside.fm/ | Youtube: https://bit.ly/2Z0rAjA | All my Links You Need: https://link.snipfeed.co/thephilosophygu... (@philosophyguy2)
podcast image2021-Mar-19 • 79 minutes
EV - 184 Modern Culting with Matthew Remski
My guest this week is Matthew Remski (@matthewremski), an expert in cults and cohost of the Conspirituality podcast. We discuss how cults have evolved radically in the online world and what it means for culture war, politics, and our own little ironic cult. Convocation: Anonymous Matthew's Website: http://matthewremski.com/wordpress/ Con... Website: http://conspirituality.net/ Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals! http://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/podcas... by GW Rodri... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Mar-19
Microagression
What is a microagression? (@DavidEdmonds100)
podcast image2021-Mar-18 • 58 minutes
Juha Räikkä on Political Conspiracy Theories
Josh and M review Juha Räikkä's "On Political Conspiracy Theories" from the Journal of Political Philosophy, 17(2) back in 2009. — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] You can learn more about M’s academic work at: http://mrxdentith.com Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastersguidet... Podbean crowdfunding? http://www.podbean.com/patron/crowdfund/... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Mar-18 • 52 minutes
#444 Joel Paris: Psychoanalysis and Modern Psychiatry
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | | This show is sponsored by Enlites, Learning & Development don... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-Mar-18 • 59 minutes
Comment faire face, Levinas ? (4/4) : Luc Dardenne : comment filmer l’impossibilité de tuer ?
durée : 00:58:58 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Dans les années 70, le futur cinéaste Luc Dardenne étudie la philosophie et la découverte de la pensée d’Emmanuel Levinas est une véritable révélation, elle infuse aujourd’hui son œuvre cinématographique. Comment mettre en scène la philosophie de Levinas ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Thomas Beau - invités : Luc Dardenne cinéaste (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-18 • 38 minutes
Refugee Discrimination and Offsetting the Costs of Rescue
A talk given by Helen Frowe (Stockholm) at the Moral Sciences Club on 16th March 2021. (@CambridgePhilos)
podcast image2021-Mar-18 • 54 minutes
Does climate change challenge our concept of moral responsibility?
Does our limited conception of moral responsibility stem from a profound failure to recognise our interconnectedness, the extent to which our lives are implicated in the suffering and wellbeing of others – human and nonhuman? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Mar-17 • 13 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - Rejection Of Divine Occasionalism
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on his examination and rejection of the occasionalist doctrine, most famously articulated by Nicolas Malebranche, which makes God the direct cause of all phenomena 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.buymeac... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-17 • 123 minutes
Bernard J. Baars Live!
Join me for a discussion with Bernard J. Baars as we discuss consciousness science, global workspace theory, and more! (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2021-Mar-17 • 56 minutes
Pericles' Funeral Oration | The New Thinkery Ep. 34
Death is always a difficult subject, and having to give a eulogy, as Greg notes, is extremely difficult. Pericles gave one of the most memorable funeral orations in history. So good, in fact, that Abraham Lincoln might've used it for inspiration. But it's not flawless, and the guys dive into Pericles' Funeral Oration to discuss its deeper meaning and themes. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Mar-17 • 59 minutes
Comment faire face, Levinas ? (3/4) : Sommes-nous prisonniers de la totalité ?
durée : 00:58:31 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Le philosophe Emmanuel Levinas est l'auteur de "Totalité et Infini". Ces termes ont une signification bien précise : l'infini doit permettre de sortir hors de la totalité, de lutter contre. Alors pourquoi la totalité est-elle dangereuse ? Quel est cet infini qui peut nous en sauver ? Dieu ? Autrui ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Thomas Beau - invités : Catherine Chalier philosophe, professeure émérite de phi... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-17 • 61 minutes
0G138: Stranger in a Strange Land and Prosperity Gospel Part 2
Glory be to the goddess Sophia for she has bestowed her charisms upon us, filling us with the philosophical spirit needed to fight back the demons of capitalist Christianity. Come together listeners and send your prayers and bankable donations so we... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-17 • 27 minutes
Episode 117: Ep.130 Alternative Lifestyles Part 4
This week we are just never satisfied are we? There is always some itch that needs scratching, some desire yet to be fulfilled, some patch of grass just ever so slightly more green. Never fear, join Mike and Danny as they seek out new vistas - this time it will work, this time we will discover the promised land, settle down with our partner(s) of choice, grow goats and herd root vegetables. What do you mean “what’s the wifi like?”??? No, there won’t be Netflix and it won’t be a convenient walk to the neares... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Mar-17 • 24 minutes
Meena Krishnamurthy and Political Emotions
On this episode of Examining Ethics, Meena Krishnamurthy discusses the important role that political emotions played in Martin Luther King Jr.'s work. | The post Meena Krishnamurthy and Political Emotions appeared first on Examining Ethics. (@DePauwPrindle)
podcast image2021-Mar-16
Not Suitable for Work
Ödül Bozkurt, Brian O’Connor, and Judy Wajcman ask whether we work too much, and if it's making us bad citizens and unhappy humans (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-16 • 84 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 32: The Therapeutic Fiction of David Foster Wallace
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 32: The Therapeutic Fiction of David Foster Wallace by Sacred and Profane Love (@eudaimoniapod)
podcast image2021-Mar-16 • 18 minutes
How do we know who to trust? | Maria Baghramian
Why do people trust some experts but not others? And how can we improve trust between the public and experts. On today’s episode we’re exploring the philosophical relationship between trust and relativism. To help us we’re joined by one of the world’s le (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Mar-16 • 50 minutes
Ep. 38: What is the Good Life? (Part II)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony continue their discussion on the qualities that seem necessary for "living well." For questions or suggestions for future episodes: [email protected] (@LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast image2021-Mar-16 • 59 minutes
Comment faire face, Levinas ? (2/4) : Comment rencontrer autrui ?
durée : 00:59:09 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Si "le visage d'Autrui" est une formule qui résume souvent la pensée de Levinas, pourquoi cette notion est-elle si importante pour lui ? Que signifie, que révèle ou qu'ordonne un visage ? Et que se passe-t-il quand, littéralement, nous "perdons la face" ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Thomas Beau - invités : François-David Sebbah philosophe, professeur de philosophie à l’Université Paris Nanterre, membre as... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-16 • 48 minutes
21. Gaslighting
On this episode of Overthink, Ellie, and David discuss the term "gaslighting." They begin by jumping into the origin of the term in the 1940s and its entrance into mainstream discourse today. Then the two go onto explore how gaslighting works, and whether it needs to be deliberate (spoiler alert: no!). Finally, David and Ellie think about structural and cultural gaslighting in systems of oppression. Also discussed in the episode: The Chicks, epistemic injustice, the medical establishment, and...i... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Mar-16 • 25 minutes
David Hills
I ask the philosopher David Hills five questions about himself. | | David Hills is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Stanford University and the author of "Aptness and Truth in Verbal Metaphor" (1997) and other essays in aesthetics and the philosophy of mind. (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-Mar-15 • 13 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - God, Evil, And Necessity
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on his discussion of the problem of evil, namely whether - given what he calls the "doctrine of necessity - God is responsible for the evil or bad actions human beings do. 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... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-15 • 48 minutes
Frank Wilczek on the Strong Force, Quarks and Dark Matter
Frank Wilczek of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is responsible for some of the greatest accomplishments in theoretical physics over the past hundred years, including an explanation for the strong nuclear force and key contributions to our understanding of quantum chromodynamics. This week, Wilczek talks with host Steven Strogatz about how he made those discoveries, what is still missing from the standard theory, and a possible explanation for dark matter. This episode was produced by Dana Bialek.... (@stevenstrogatz)
podcast image2021-Mar-15 • 44 minutes
#443 Christopher Holden: The HEXACO, Romantic Relationships, Mate Retention, Humor, and Self-esteem
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podcast image2021-Mar-15 • 50 minutes
Ep. 265: Plato's "Phaedo": Philosophy as Training for Death (Part One)
On Plato's middle dialogue depicting the death of Socrates (390 BCE) depicting the death of Socrates. Should philosophers fear death? In the course of giving arguments for the immortality of the soul, we get an elaboration of the recollection theory... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Mar-15 • 77 minutes
138 | Daryl Morey on Analytics, Psychology, and Basketball
I talk with Daryl Morey about the theory of being an NBA general manager, from analytics and game theory to psychological biases. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Mar-15 • 63 minutes
S02E22: High School Philosophy - Lawrenceville Ethics Bowl Team
Do we underestimate the ability of High Schoolers to tackle complex politically charged existential and moral philosophy problems with nuance, intelligence, and compassion? I hope this episode will convince you that we absolutely do. | Jay has served as a judge for the High School Ethics Bowl for six years. In this episode he speaks with 5 students who participated this year on the view of the world from high school, their favorite and least favorite cases, their future excitement and trepidation, and the e... (@DilemmaPodcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-15 • 43 minutes
08/03/2021: Nicolas Cornell on Gambling on Others and Relying on Others
Nicolas Cornell is Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School. He works in normative ethics, contract law, and private law theory. His writing has appeared both in philosophy journals — including “The Possibility of Preemptive Forgiving” (Philosophical Review, 2017) and “Wrongs, Rights, and Third Parties” (Philosophy & Public Affairs, 2015) — and in law reviews — including “Competition Wrongs” (Yale Law Journal, 2020), and “A Complainant-Oriented Approach to Unconscionability and Contract Law... (@Aristotweets)
podcast image2021-Mar-15 • 59 minutes
Comment faire face, Levinas ? (1/4) : Portrait d’un philosophe captif
durée : 00:58:47 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Premier temps de notre série consacrée à une figure majeure de la philosophie du XXe siècle : Emmanuel Levinas, penseur de l'altérité, de l'hospitalité et de la responsabilité, est plus que jamais d'actualité. - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Thomas Beau - invités : Frédéric Worms Professeur de philosophie contemporaine à l’ENS, directeur adjoint du département des Lettres et membre du Comité consultatif nation... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-15 • 64 minutes
Ann Sophie Barwich & Smelling the World
One of the many things that the pandemic forced us to rethink is the importance of a sense we usually don’t give much attention to: Our sense of smell. More than half of people with Covid-19 experience the loss of smell or taste and while two-thirds recover within six to eight weeks, many are left without much improvement months down the line. Some of the people who regain their sense of smell, experience it as hugely altered (parosmia) — aromas that they used to enjoy are now overbearingly pungent, and eve... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-15 • 18 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - Uniformity Of Human Nature
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on Hume's assertion that we can understand and predict human actions based on general motives because human nature is the same across times and cultures 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/A... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-14 • 63 minutes
Christopher Mark Rose: God on a Bad Night, Science Fiction, Quantum Physics, A.I. | STM Podcast #89
On episode 89, we welcome science fiction writer Christopher Mark Rose on to discuss his new story: God on a Bad Night, artificial intelligence and how it can change our relationships, the flaws of the multiverse interpretation of quantum physics, the... (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-14 • 76 minutes
"Universal Basic Income"
An encore presentation of Jack's 2017 conversation with Rutger Bregman, historian and author. He has published four books on history, philosophy, and economics. His History of Progress was awarded the Belgian Liberales prize for best nonfiction book of 2013. The Dutch edition of Utopia for Realists became a national bestseller and sparked a basic income movement that soon made international headlines. The book will be translated in 22 languages. Bregman has twice been nominated for the prestigious European ... (@whyradioshow)
podcast image2021-Mar-14 • 62 minutes
Anarchy & Socialism | Mark Lance
Can we construct a society free of state coercion and inequality? Is there a place for Capitalism in that society?   | Contact us: Mark.Oppenheimer[at]gmail and Jwerbe[at]gmail (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Mar-14 • 6 minutes
Heresy
In this episode, I'll be talking all about the concept of heresy, including its historical/theological significance and the distinction made in the Roman Catholic tradition between 'formal' and 'material' heresy. Enjoy! | If you'd like to request an episode, or even do an episode yourself, please contact me on Instagram (@fiveminutephilosophy) or Twitter (@fiveminutephil1).  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2021-Mar-14 • 28 minutes
Identity 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. (@DavidPZone)
podcast image2021-Mar-14 • 57 minutes
Episode 93, ‘The Philosophy of Hinduism’ with Jessica Frazier (Part II - Death, Evil, and Suffering)
Welcome to 'Episode 93 (Part II of II)’, in which we’ll be speaking to Jessica Frazier about consciousness, reincarnation, morality, and the problem of evil. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Mar-14 • 23 minutes
HoP 368 - Boundless Enthusiasm - Giordano Bruno
Giordano Bruno’s stunning vision of an infinite universe with infinite worlds, and his own untimely end. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-14 • 11 minutes
451: Misogyny and Gender Inequality
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/mis... the recent #MeToo viral campaign, along with the wave of prominent male figures toppled for being serial sexual harassers or worse, the topic of misogyny has come into sharp focus. But what exactly is misogyny? And how does it differ from sexism? What set of beliefs or attitudes makes someone a misogynist? And why does misogyny persist despite the fact that traditional gender roles are being abandoned more and more? Ken and Debra explore the trials of the ... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Mar-13 • 14 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - The Doctrine Of Necessity
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on what Hume calls the "doctrine of necessity" 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 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisa... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-12 • 44 minutes
#241 — Final Thoughts on Free Will
In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris presents his full argument on the illusoriness of free will—and explores its ethical and psychological implications. SUBSCRIBE to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to all full-length... (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Mar-12 • 77 minutes
#442 Nathan Lents - Human Errors: A Panorama of Our Glitches, from Pointless Bones to Broken Genes
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podcast image2021-Mar-12 • 84 minutes
EV - 183 Moderate Conservatism with Stephen Dause
My guest this week is Stephen Dause (@StephenDause), host of the You Might Have a Point podcast and blog. We discuss moderate conservatism and dive into a few examples of "wokeness run amok". Stephen's Website: https://www.youmighthaveapoint.com/ Conv... William Gladstone Princeton Letter: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQ... analysis: https://paw.princeton.edu/article/facult... demilitarization of white bodies: https://www.middlebury.edu/events/event/... Elementary School Activity: https://christoph... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Mar-12 • 51 minutes
Leigh M. Johnson on Technology
For Episode 3, Leigh M. Johnson is in the hot seat to explain why philosophers should be thinking more about emergent technologies. Co-hosts Shannon and Ammon make her seat hotter with questions about what counts as "intelligence," how close we are to the Singularity, whether robots will have feelings or should have rights, and which emergent technologies we should be excited (and worried) about in the near future.Full episode notes at this link. (@hotelbarpodcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-12 • 57 minutes
Ammon Allred on Art
For Episode 2, Ammon Allred is in the hot seat to explain how thinking about aesthetic experience more seriously can free us from the hold of normativity. Co-hosts Leigh and Shannon make his seat hotter by forcing him to listen and respond to an atonal polka rendition of The National Anthem and then asking questions about what counts as art, what aesthetic experience does for us, whether or not none-human animals and machines can produce art (or have aesthetic experiences), and karaoke.Full episode notes at... (@hotelbarpodcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-12 • 56 minutes
Shannon M. Mussett on Freedom
For our first episode of HBS, Shannon Mussett is in the hot seat to explain how the existentialist conception of freedom remains useful and important for Philosophy. Co-hosts Ammon and Leigh make her seat hotter with questions about how "radical" human freedom is, whether or not it is an illusion, why Shannon feels the urge to spontaneously drop babies, and the possibility of freedom for non-human animals, Nature, or machines.Check out the full episode notes at this link. (@hotelbarpodcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-12 • 26 minutes
Episode #20. Voting Systems ft. Adam Rieger
In this episode co-hosts Alice and Katie delve into the complex nature of voting systems with senior lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Glasgow, Dr Adam Rieger. The episode focuses on first past the post, preference voting, and the alternative voting method – with Adam helping us to untangle some of the key criticisms of each. (@ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image2021-Mar-12 • 58 minutes
Cours particulier (3/80) : Delphine Horvilleur : "Quand la mort surgît, raconter la vie est tout ce qu’il nous reste"
durée : 00:58:20 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - 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 ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Delphine Horvilleur rabbin et directrice de la rédaction de la revue Tenou... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-12 • 61 minutes
9 | C.L.R. James: Leadership, Organization, Mass Politics (with Dr. William Clare Roberts)
Episode 9 explores the antinomies of autonomy and self-emancipation in the thought of C.L.R. James. Dr. William Clare Roberts joins us to discuss James’ legacy and how it fits into his book project on the history of “history from below.” Please be advised that a side-effect of this episode may be republicanism. (No, you Yanks, not the GOP. It’s the Black Jacobins, get it?)References:CLR James, The Black Jacobins, (New York: Vintage Books, 1989).CLR James, World Revolution 1917-1936: The Rise and Fall of the... (@leftofphil)
podcast image2021-Mar-12 • 96 minutes
The Brood (w/ Jed Shepherd)
Do you suffer from intergenerational trauma that is manifesting itself in physical malformations on your body and raising red flags for your significant others? Then join us and Jed Shepherd (writer/executive producer of Host) to discuss David Cronenberg's self-described "more realistic Kramer vs. Kramer," a film about a couple working through some issues while plagued by demonic children in matching snowsuits. If you haven't seen the movie, listen to the first 13 minutes for our spoiler free pitch for the ... (@cowspod)
podcast image2021-Mar-12 • 14 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - Possible Source Of Idea Of Power
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on where we get our conception of power or cause from. Hume considers whether we could get this notion from observing material bodies and their interactions, the interaction between our minds and our bodies, or the operations of the mind, specifically the will. He rejects each of these and says that it comes instead from our custom or habit of expecting necess... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-11 • 45 minutes
The Campden Wonder
In this episode of "What the conspiracy!" M tells Josh about the Campden Wonder of the 1660s. — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] You can learn more about M’s academic work at: http://mrxdentith.com Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastersguidet... Podbean crowdfunding? http://www.podbean.com/patron/crowdfund/... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Mar-11 • 59 minutes
#441 Francesca Minerva: Abortion, Cryonics, Lookism, and the Journal of Controversial Ideas
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | ------------------Follow me on--------------------- | Facebook: http... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-Mar-11 • 58 minutes
Jean-Pierre Bacri pour la vie (4/4) : Cédric Klapisch : "Définir le rire est difficile parce qu’il est inattendu"
durée : 00:58:26 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - "Un air de famille" est une pièce de théâtre écrite et jouée par Jean-Pierre Bacri et Agnès Jaoui, et adaptée au cinéma par Cédric Klapisch en 1996. Quelle est l'histoire de leur collaboration ? Comment parler de comédies ? Un film peut-il changer la vie d’un spectateur ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Cédric Klapisch Réalisateur et producteur (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-11 • 20 minutes
Aliens, Hive Minds, and Meaningful False Narratives
My Stuff.... | Exclusive Newsletter and Bonus Feed: https://aphilosophersstone.substack.com/ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thephilosophyguy | Podcast: https://thephilosophyguy.fireside.fm/ | Youtube: https://bit.ly/2Z0rAjA | All my Links You Need: https://link.snipfeed.co/thephilosophygu... (@philosophyguy2)
podcast image2021-Mar-11 • 54 minutes
What “justice” can an independent inquiry deliver?
In the absence of a police investigation into an historical allegation of sexual assault against the Attorney-General, many Australians have pinned their hopes on an independent, arms-length, confidential inquiry. Professor Rosalind Dixon joins us to discuss the legal and moral grounds for such an inquiry. (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Mar-11 • 16 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - Probability Of Chance And Causes
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on discussion in section 6 about what probability really means in relation to how we human beings imagine chance and causality at 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 You can... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-11 • 42 minutes
(Wanda)Visions of Theseus
In this episode we talk about the myriad of philosophical issues raised in the MCU limited television series WandaVision. Along the way we discuss a number of really fun topics such as regret, life’s really devastating choices, death, existential dread, and the ship of Theseus. Music in this episode: "Attack of the Mole Men" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3... Fat Cartoon Jazz https://www.purple-planet... (@ThereforeFan)
podcast image2021-Mar-10 • 191 minutes
AMA | March 2021
Ask Me Anything episode for March 2021. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Mar-10 • 59 minutes
John Cochrane on Economic Puzzles and Habits of Mind
What unites John Cochrane the econ blogger with John Cochrane the accomplished glider pilot? (@tylercowen)
podcast image2021-Mar-10 • 44 minutes
You can run, but you cannot hide: social norms and social normativity
A talk given by Alexander Horne (Trinity College, Cambridge) at the Moral Sciences Club on 9th March 2021. (@CambridgePhilos)
podcast image2021-Mar-10 • 71 minutes
Christof Koch Live!
Join me for a discussion with Christof Koch, Chief Scientist of the MindScope Program at the Allen Institute for Brain Science, as we discuss themes from his recent book The Feeling of Life Itself Christof’s website (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2021-Mar-10 • 46 minutes
Philosophy and Film 2: Love and Death (1975) | The New Thinkery Ep. 33
This week the guys turn to cinema instead of their bookshelves to analyze Woody Allen's movie, Love and Death. A step removed from the slapstick comedy and parody Allen is known for, Love and Death contains deeper philosophic themes in addition to the former elements that the guys tease out through discussion. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Mar-10 • 58 minutes
Jean-Pierre Bacri pour la vie (3/4) : Smoking / No smoking, choisir est-ce regretter ?
durée : 00:58:07 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - "Smoking / No smoking" d'Alain Resnais (1993) est un film à fins multiples, un labyrinthe des possibles : chaque alternative engendre telle conséquence, scrutée par le cinéaste, citant le philosophe Kierkegaard. Mais quel est le véritable choix de l’existence ? Regrette-t-on toujours nos décisions ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Vincent Delecroix philosophe et romancier (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-10 • 73 minutes
Peter Langland-Hassan, "Explaining Imagination" (Oxford UP, 2020)
How do we think about situations and things do not exist but might, engage in pretense and fiction, and create new works of art? These are central cases in which we’re using our imaginations, but what is imagination, and how should it be explained? In Explaining Imagination (Oxford University Press, 2020), Peter Langland-Hassan distinguishes using mental imagery to think about things and thinking about imaginary things, and proceeds to give a reductive account of both. On his view, imagining isn’t a sui gen... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2021-Mar-10 • 62 minutes
0G137: Stranger in a Strange Land and Tat Tvam Asi Part 1
Join me pod-brothers as we grok in fulness one of the most significant anti-manifestos of all time, Stranger in a Strange Land. This book may not be everyone's water of life, but it's definitely one of mine. I hope we can all grow closer in shared... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-10 • 24 minutes
Episode 116: Ep129 Alternative Lifestyles P.3
This week join Danny and Mike. That’s it, just join Danny and Mike, nothing more, just hangout in the world we have carved out for ourselves. Sacrifices will have to be made, you will have to ditch some of your baggage and adapt to our way of life but it’s a small price to pay for the sense of belonging we offer. Of course some of you will find it difficult to adjust, some of you might even nurse a rebellious spirit, perhaps even have some ideas of your own. No matter, everybody has to learn, a few days alo... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Mar-09
Resilience
David Bather Woods, Serene Khader, Mark Neocleous and David Westley trace the philosophical traditions of resilience and explore its modern forms. (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-09 • 102 minutes
Episode 208: Dream Theater
We’ve always had nothing but praise for neuroscientists and their work, and today is no exception. We talk about a fantastically rich and ambitious essay by Erik Hoel that offers a theory of dreams and connects it to storytelling, the self, and the importance of maintaining a distinction between art and entertainment. So eat shit MCU - Martin Scorsese was right! [ed. note: this statement not endorsed by David]. Plus another first segment wasted on Twitter culture war nonsense. Does adapting an MLK quote tri... (@verybadwizards)
podcast image2021-Mar-09 • 15 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - Belief And The Association Of Ideas
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on how the three main modes of association of ideas - resemblance, contiguity in space and time, and cause and effect (or constant conjunction) lead us to have the feeling or sentiment of belief. 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 - ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-09 • 35 minutes
How to Save Conscious Life on Earth | Susan Schneider
When we look back our century will undoubtably be defined by the rise of intelligent machines. But in the future will humans and artificial coexist symbiotically? And is it possible that we'll ever be able to merge with AI?  On today’s episode we’re (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Mar-09 • 55 minutes
20. Reparations (feat. Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò)
In this episode of Overthink, Ellie, and David sit down with philosopher Dr. Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò to discuss climate reparations and why they are needed as part of a broader discussion about reparations for racial injustice. Before that conversation, Ellie and David open the episode by addressing the history of reparations and the need for them both monetarily and as a signifier of justice. This episode looks at eco-fascism, whether direct payments via Cash App are viable reparations, and the need for reparati... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Mar-09 • 58 minutes
Jean-Pierre Bacri pour la vie (2/4) : Le (dé)goût des autres
durée : 00:58:21 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - En 1979, Bourdieu montrait que les goûts et dégoûts de chacun expriment une position dans le monde social. Mais peut-on évoluer ? Comment rencontrer quelqu’un qui ne nous ressemble pas ? "Le goût des autres" est-il un apprentissage du déclassement pour venir à l’autre au-delà de tout déterminisme ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Guillaume le Blanc pilosophe, professeur de philosophie sociale et pol... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-09 • 30 minutes
Michele Moody-Adams
I ask the philosopher Michele Moody-Adams five questions about herself. | | Michele Moody-Adams is Joseph Straus Professor of Political Philosophy and Legal Theory at Columbia University. She is the author of “Fieldwork in Familiar Places” (1997) and a forthcoming book “Making Space for Justice: Social Movements, Collective Imagination, and Political Hope.” | | Robert Gould Shaw Memorial, Boston Common (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-Mar-08 • 57 minutes
#440 James Lenman: Ethics, Motives, Consequentialism, and Morality
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | ------------------Follow me on--------------------- | Facebook: http... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-Mar-08 • 40 minutes
Bonnie Bassler on Talkative Bacteria and Eavesdropping Viruses
Bonnie Bassler, a molecular biologist at Princeton University, helped to revolutionize views on the sociability of bacteria by showing that they choreograph their collective actions through nuanced chemical conversations. In this discussion with host Steven Strogatz, Bassler describes how exquisitely sophisticated these conversations are, how bacteria wait to act until the numbers are on their side, and how viruses eavesdrop on the chatter. This episode was produced by Dana Bialek. Read more at https://www.... (@stevenstrogatz)
podcast image2021-Mar-08 • 19 minutes
Suki Finn on the Metaphysics of Nothing
What is the status of something that is an absence, like a hole? Suki Finn explores the metaphysics of nothing in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. Suki is also the editor of a new book based on Philosophy Bites interviews with women philosophers selected from our archive Women of Ideas, to be published by Oxford University Press in April. (@philosophybites)
podcast image2021-Mar-08 • 93 minutes
137 | Justin Clarke-Doane on Mathematics, Morality, Objectivity, and Reality
I talk with Justin Clarke-Doane about the philosophical similarities and differences between mathematics and morality. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Mar-08 • 46 minutes
Episode 15: Compatibilism, Part 1 (Classical Compatibilism) with Helen Beebee
In this episode, we ask Helen Beebee about a range of compatibilist positions, beginning with the “classical compatibilism” of Hobbes/Hume and then turning to the conditional analysis of ability, David Lewis’s “local miracle compatibilism,” and, finally, “Humean compatibilism.”Helen's website: https://www.research.manchester.ac.uk/po... book, Free Will: An Introduction: https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9780230... paper, “Local Miracle Compatibilism”: https://www.jstor.org/stable/3506084?seq... paper ... (@thefreewillshow)
podcast image2021-Mar-08 • 59 minutes
Jean-Pierre Bacri pour la vie (1/4) : On connaît la chanson ou la mélodie du mal-être
durée : 00:58:40 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Sorti en 1997, "On connaît la chanson" d'Alain Resnais aurait pu s'appeler "Chantons sous la dépression". Bacri y joue un personnage en crise : nous apprend-il alors qu'aller mal, ce n'est pas si grave ? La mélancolie est-elle ce qui nous rapproche le plus ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : François Thomas historien du cinéma, collaborateur de la revue Positif et professeur à la Sorbonne Nouvelle (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-08 • 10 minutes
PREVIEW-Ep. 264: Plato's "Timaeus" on Cosmology (Part Two)
Continuing on the Timaeus, we consider some quotes and details starting at the beginning of the dialogue where Plato argues for differences between the perceived, created, impermanent world and its perfect model. To hear this , you'll need to go... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Mar-08 • 58 minutes
Emily Thomas & The Meaning of Travel
The reason Covid-19 became the pandemic it did had to do with a distinctly modern phenomenon: global mass travel. Until about a year ago, getting on a plane and travelling thousands of miles across the Earth for a business meeting, or a short holiday in a different country, was something millions of people didn’t think twice about.These days, travel is one of the things the pandemic has deprived us of, reminding us what a privilege it was to be able to roam freely around the world, making us appreciate what... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-08 • 44 minutes
E39. "The Crate" - Is it better to strip away judgment, or to be judged?
Named “Top 20 Philosophy Podcast” for 2021!STORY SUMMARY: A college student lives in a society dedicated to removing prejudice and judgment. They do this, in part, by having citizens live in mobile crates. They rarely see each other in person and putting down others is sure to get you re-education training. The main character, along with her friend, escape to a nearby society that has no such restrictions. In fact, each person is put into a societal category. Our intelligent protagonist, looking forward to ... (@AfterDinnerCon)
podcast image2021-Mar-07 • 44 minutes
#240 — The Boundaries of Self
A Conversation with David Whyte (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Mar-07 • 30 minutes
STM Podcast #88: The Podcasts We Love And Recommend
On episode 88, Alen and Leon talk about their favorite podcasts. They discuss what podcasts they listen to for inspiration, to laugh, and to learn. Where you can find us: | Seize The Moment Podcast | ► Facebook | ► Twitter | ► Instagram | (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-07 • 49 minutes
What is the Value of Philosophy? | Justin Weinberg
Are there certain questions that should never be asked? Is Philosophy useful? And have philosophers made any progress in answering the BIG questions?  Justin's Daily Nous blog: https://dailynous.com/  Contact us: Mark.Oppenheimer[at]gmail and Jwerbe[at]gmail (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Mar-07 • 14 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - The Feeling Of Belief
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on what distinguishes what goes on in our belief that something is the case or is real, from the workings of the imagination or fancy. In Hume's view the key difference is that belief is accompanied by a feeling or sentiment associated with it. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contributi... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-07 • 6 minutes
Free Will and Religious Belief
In this episode, I'll be talking about the crossover between ideas about free will and religious belief, specifically about the supposed incompatibility of determinism and Christianity. Enjoy! | If you'd like to request an episode, or even do an episode yourself, please contact me on Instagram (@fiveminutephilosophy) or Twitter (@fiveminutephil1).  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2021-Mar-07 • 28 minutes
Living like a Stoic
What does it mean to live according to Stoic philosophical principles - and what do the ancient Greeks and Romans have to tell us in the modern world? (@DavidPZone)
podcast image2021-Mar-07 • 52 minutes
Episode 93, ‘The Philosophy of Hinduism’ with Jessica Frazier (Part I - Fundamental Reality)
Welcome to 'Episode 93 (Part I of II)’, in which we’ll be speaking to Jessica Frazier about Hindu metaphysics. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Mar-07 • 25 minutes
HAP 71 - In Blyden’s Wake - West African Intellectuals of the Early Twentieth Century
West African intellectuals like J.E. Casely-Hayford and Mojola Agbebi build upon Edward Blyden’s ideas at the dawn of the twentieth century. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-07 • 52 minutes
Ep. 7 - A Comedic Imperative
Al Gini, Professor Emeritus of Business ethics (Loyola University Chicago) joins the show to discuss society's need for satire and humor in light of his new book "The Sanity of Satire: Surviving Politics One Joke at a Time." (@out_tower)
podcast image2021-Mar-07 • 11 minutes
459: The Value of Care - Feminism and Ethics
More at www.philosophytalk.org/shows/value-care.... sometimes think of the domains of ethics and morality as divorced from feeling and emotion. You keep your promises because it maximizes good. But what if care were thought of as the bedrock of morality? While we know that more care work is performed by women, would a care-based approach to ethics be feminist, or merely feminine? What would it look like for us to build our institutions around the goal of promoting care? Debra and Ken take care to welcome Jo... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Mar-06 • 48 minutes
Can we enjoy the music of problematic artists?
In this episode, Jake and Ant look at the ethics of art. Well, a very small sub-section, enjoying the works of artists who are themselves immoral. In considering this, we consider the difference between art and things that are simply visually/audibly pleasing and how the context of art can (or should) affect how we appreciate it. Key considerations include whether the 'problematic' context of the artist is literally part of their work, a heavy influence or driver of the work, or totally separate. We also c... (@MoralityofThe)
podcast image2021-Mar-05 • 58 minutes
#439 Eric Kaufmann - Whiteshift: Populism, Immigration, and the Future of White Majorities
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | ------------------Follow me on--------------------- | Facebook: http... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-Mar-05 • 56 minutes
"Smithereens" (with special guest, James Buchanan "Bru" Wallace)
Full episode notes at this link. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★ (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-05 • 41 minutes
Beyond Us: Language with Jennifer Hornsby
Today we bring you the third episode of Beyond Us, an IAI mini-series made in association with Essentia Foundation.  Language is at once one of the most fulfilling and frustrating of human faculties. It allows us to communicate vital information and (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Mar-05 • 59 minutes
Cours particulier (2/80) : Boris Cyrulnik : "L’enfance est une direction, elle ne s’achève pas"
durée : 00:58:30 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Boris Cyrulnik entrecroise les savoirs pour tenter d’approcher un type de personne : l’enfant. Comment observe-t-on un enfant ? Les 1000 premiers jours de la vie donnent-ils une direction à l’enfance ? Si un être n'est que le résultat de l'influence de son milieu, comment peut-il s'en singulariser ? - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Boris Cyrulnik neuropsychiatre et écrivain (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-05 • 95 minutes
EV - 182 De-escalating the Culture War with Jay Shapiro
My guest this week is Jay Shapiro (@jay_shapiro), host of the Dilemma podcast documentary filmmaker Islam and the Future of the Tolerance. We discuss wokeness on college campuses, conspiracy theories in the IDW, and how to de-escalate the culture wars. Jay's Website: https://whatjaythinks.com/ Convocation: James Baldwin Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals! http://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/podcas... by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pod Philosophers in Space: https://0gphilosop... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Mar-04 • 77 minutes
Intellectual honesty, cryptocurrency, & more (Vitalik Buterin)
Julia and guest Vitalik Buterin (creator of the open-source blockchain platform Ethereum) explore a wide range of topics, including: Vitalik's intellectually honest approach to leadership, why prediction markets appear to be biased in favor of Trump,... (@Rspodcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-04 • 47 minutes
#438 John Paul Wright: The Psychology of Criminal Behavior
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | ------------------Follow me on--------------------- | Twitter: https... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-Mar-04 • 59 minutes
Le corps féminin (4/4) : Couvrez ces cheveux que je ne saurais voir !
durée : 00:58:37 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Le fait de cacher la chevelure est partagé par les religions monothéistes, mais les questions se cristallisent aujourd’hui autour du voile dans l’islam. Destiné à cacher, il révèle et raconte une histoire politique du corps féminin, devient-il alors un miroir du monde ? - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Chahla Chafiq écrivaine et sociologue (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-04 • 54 minutes
Bed of Lies
Josh and M discuss the Telegraph's podcast "Bed of Lies." — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] You can learn more about M’s academic work at: http://mrxdentith.com Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastersguidet... Podbean crowdfunding? http://www.podbean.com/patron/crowdfund/... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Mar-04 • 119 minutes
Philosophy In Film - 041 - Palm Springs
In this episode of Philosophy In Film, we discuss the 2020 sci-fi romantic comedy, "Palm Springs". After dealing with some important administrative issues in Producer's Notes (9:15), Alain provides the Synopsis (17:55) leading to a discussion of Existential Nihilism (Philosopher's Corner - 33:23), dinosaurs, the denouement, and a long-winded argument between two guys who may have overindulged a bit. Featured Beer: Love Shack Hazy Passionfruit IPA, from Cabin Brewing Company (Calgary, Alberta) (@PhilInFilm)
podcast image2021-Mar-04 • 54 minutes
Emojis: Universal language, or harbinger of an age of moral illiteracy?
They seem innocuous, but since their invention more than two decades ago, emojis have come to permeate our forms of online communication. Indeed, they are the perfect expression of what communication has become in a social-media saturated age. (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Mar-03 • 17 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - The Principle Of Custom Or Habit
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on the principle that allows us to step beyond the confines of present sense-perception and past memory in "matters of fact" or "real existence". This is the principle of custom or habit, which inclines us to assume that the future will resemble the past. This principle, for Hume, lies at the basis of our association of ideas along the lines of cause and effe... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-03 • 78 minutes
S02E21: Are we in a simulation? Does it matter? - Rizwan Virk
Quantum mechanics, mathematical robustness, dream state deja vu oddities... these are all things that one would expect to find in a simulated world. Wait, so are we in a simulation? | Author, investor, and video game pioneer Rizwan Virk joins Jay for a deep conversation taking on the Simulation Theory first made famous by Nick Bostrom. They strike gold when the conversation shifts to the philosophical and psychological implications of the theory rather than the truth of the theory itself. (@DilemmaPodcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-03 • 49 minutes
Aristophanes’ Speech: Analyzing Plato's Symposium, Part V | The New Thinkery Ep. 32
This week the guys return to Plato’s Symposium to analyze the philosophical messages contained within individual speeches. This time, the guys delve into Aristophanes’ speech, which deals with the nature and function of love. Plus: a little mythology aside on Zeus. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Mar-03 • 58 minutes
Le corps féminin (3/4) : Phénoménologie des seins
durée : 00:58:01 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Les seins des femmes sont partout, mais cette omniprésence traduirait-elle cette objectivation du corps des femmes qui trouverait dans les seins son paroxysme ? Doit-on en finir avec la beauté des seins pour sortir de cette objectivation ? Comment penser la libération du corps féminin ? - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Camille Froidevaux-Metterie philosophe féministe, professeure de science politiq... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-03 • 57 minutes
0G136: Heavens River (Bobiverse Book Four) and Unstable Utopias
Like a scattered Qinlin we've come to the end of our journey. All the asses have been grabbed and we all learned some valuable lessons about AI or something. Now that we've binged through bob we're understanding unstable utopias! Heavens... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-03 • 24 minutes
Episode 115: Ep. 128 Alternative Lifestyles P2
This week, what is our ultimate destination? Join Mike and Danny as they set out along the path of natural order to identify our individual fate. But wait, who says we can’t stop and smell the roses? In fact, why don’t we turn off destiny highway and follow this rough unbeaten track to gods know where? Yes, once again Mike and Danny reveal their penchant for flared jeans, reasonably priced, if not free, love and the sounds of the Grateful Dead. Don’t harsh our buzz man, we are sticking it to the essentialis... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Mar-02 • 36 minutes
Season 1 - Episode 3: "I Am What I Am That I Am - Part I"
Aaron begins an examination of what it means to be a self with guest Galen Strawson. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. (@AMLGpodcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-02 • 61 minutes
Plural Signification and Semantic Paradox
A talk given by Cian Dorr (NYU) at the Moral Sciences Club on 2nd March 2021. (@CambridgePhilos)
podcast image2021-Mar-02 • 85 minutes
Season 1 - Episode 2: "Party and Science and Bullshit"
In the second episode of the first season, Aaron tries to decide whether the act of doing science is as sociopolitically fraught as any other human endeavor. Guests are Carl Zimmer, John Dupre, Marcello Gleiser, and Katie Carpenter, Executive Director of the Evidence-Based Science Communication Initiative at Yale Law School. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. (@AMLGpodcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-02 • 16 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - Experience And Cause And Effect
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on his contention that we cannot know causes and effects in any a priori way (or as a relation between ideas), but only through experience, that is, in a posteriori manners. 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 - w... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Mar-02 • 21 minutes
Season 1 Episode 1 - Footcast 3
Metcalf on Knausgård (@AMLGpodcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-02 • 48 minutes
Neil Shubin on Tiktaalik, Ballistic Tongues and Evolution
Neil Shubin, a paleontologist and evolutionary biologist at the University of Chicago who studies how new features arise in lineages of animals, is famous for his discovery of Tiktaalik roseae, a transitional fossil that marked the movement of four-legged animals onto the land. In this conversation with host Steven Strogatz, he discusses how to deduce where to find fossils of long-extinct creatures, why salamanders have such unusual tongues, and what the history of technology can teach us about evolution. T... (@stevenstrogatz)
podcast image2021-Mar-02 • 59 minutes
Experiencing The World | Annaka Harris, Hilary Lawson, Reza Negarestani, Bernardo Kastrup
For centuries we have distinguished between our experience and the world, between the subjective and the objective, between consciousness and material reality. Might the very distinction between subject and object, conscious experience and the world, be (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Mar-02 • 46 minutes
Ep. 37: What is the Good Life? (Part I)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony begin to discuss some of the qualities that seem necessary for "living well." For questions or suggestions for future episodes: [email protected] (@LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast image2021-Mar-02 • 48 minutes
19. Genius
In this Episode of Overthink, Ellie and David debate the idea of genius. They begin by explaining Kant and Schopenhauer's theories of genius before diving into feminist critiques of the very idea that geniuses exist. They talk about why women were traditionally excluded from being geniuses, how male professors are called "genius" on Ratemyprofessor more than their female counterparts, and how sociological conditions determine who is considered a genius. Also discussed: Ellie's childhood ... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Mar-02 • 58 minutes
Le corps féminin (2/4) : L’utérus sur le divan
durée : 00:58:07 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - L’utérus est la matrice de la vie, l’origine selon Freud du premier traumatisme vécu : la naissance. Lieu de la maternité, l’utérus est aussi source de clichés sexistes qui perdurent aujourd'hui, comme l’origine de l’hystérie… Le corps féminin crée-t-il des états psychiques qui lui sont propre ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Clotilde Leguil professeure au Département de psychanal... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-02 • 29 minutes
Matthew Boyle
I ask the philosopher Matt Boyle five questions about himself. | | Matt Boyle is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Chicago and the author of a forthcoming book, “Transparency and Reflection.” (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-Mar-02 • 56 minutes
Season 1 Episode 1: "The Anxiety of Influence"
In the premiere episode, Aaron examined the late Harold Bloom's literary specious critical concept of the "Anxiety of Influence" and it's implications for individuals in society. Guests Christopher Ricks, Don Share, and Stephen Metcalf help parse out how a view of influence as something more like inheritance might make for a healthier way of dealing with the fact that you can never be completely original. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. (@AMLGpodcast)
podcast image2021-Mar-02 • 46 minutes
Episode 132: Rebecca Valentine discusses queer hackerspaces
What happens when the creative side of tech joins forces with queer anarcha-feminism? (@ElucidationsPod)
podcast image2021-Mar-01
The Philosophers’ Book Club: Leo Tolstoy’s The Death of Ivan Ilyich
The Philosophers’ Book Club is joined by Thomas Karshan and Olga Sobolev to discuss Tolstoy's The Death of Ivan Ilyich. (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Mar-01 • 93 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 31: The Hellish Desires of Dante's Inferno
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 31: The Hellish Desires of Dante's Inferno by Sacred and Profane Love (@eudaimoniapod)
podcast image2021-Mar-01 • 47 minutes
#437 Allan Horwitz: What's Normal? Reconciling Biology and Culture
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podcast image2021-Mar-01 • 83 minutes
136 | Roderick Graham on Cyberspace, Race, and Cultural Conservatism
I talk with sociologist Roderick Graham about how hot-button issues, from race to cultural conservatism, play out in cyberspace. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Mar-01 • 41 minutes
Ángel Vallejo. Quinta Oca Filosófica
En el programa de hoy entrevistamos al profesor de filosofía Ángel Vallejo, miembro de la Red Española de Filosofía, con quien analizaremos cuestiones como:  | ¿Tiene la filosofía hoy el papel que le correspondería en el sistema educativo? | El lugar en el que más pasan el tiempo hoy las personas es en sus redes sociales, ¿vivimos enmascarados? | Netflix, HBO, Megaproducciones, etc. tienen narrativas parecidas, imágenes que apelan a las emociones fáciles… ¿Nos enfrentamos a un paradigma único en las pa... (@LaOcaFilosofica)
podcast image2021-Mar-01 • 11 minutes
519: What Has Replaced Freud?
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/wha... the concept that we can have thoughts and desires hidden from consciousness can be traced back to antiquity, it was Freud who truly popularized it in the twentieth century. Now Freud’s theory of the unconscious mind has mostly been abandoned for being unscientific and lacking in empirical evidence. So what has replaced it? Are newer theories that reference “automatic systems” or “implicit attitudes” any more scientific than Freud’s? And why is so much rese... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Mar-01 • 49 minutes
Ep. 264: Plato's "Timaeus" on Cosmology (Part One)
On the later Platonic dialogue from around 360 BCE. How is nature put together? Plato speaks through the fictional Timaeus (not Socrates) to give a "likely story" about the universe, physics, and biology involving a Craftsman (Demi-Urge) who created... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Mar-01 • 39 minutes
Towards a plasticity of the mind – New-ish ethical conundrums in dementia care, treatment, and research
A New St Cross Special Ethics Seminar with Dr David M Lyreskog. It is no exaggeration that the philosophical and ethical dimensions of age-related cognitive decline and dementia have been discussed for millennia, nor is it without reason. To this day, we struggle with understanding and dealing with the conceptual and ethical complexities which these conditions give rise to. And yet, we keep encountering new problems, challenging us to again rethink our relationship with neurodegenerative disease, cognitive... (@ethicsinthenews)
podcast image2021-Mar-01 • 56 minutes
22/02/2021: Mary-Louise Gill on Aristotle’s Hylomorphism Reconceived
Mary-Louise Gill is David Benedict Professor of Classics and Philosophy at Brown University, and works on ancient Greek philosophy, especially Plato’s later metaphysics and method and Aristotle’s natural philosophy and metaphysics. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge, and previously taught at the University of Pittsburgh in Classics, Philosophy, and History & Philosophy of Science. She has held visiting positions at Dartmouth College, UCLA, UC Davis, Harvard, University of Paris... (@Aristotweets)
podcast image2021-Mar-01 • 59 minutes
Le corps féminin (1/4) : Philosophie du clitoris
durée : 00:58:51 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - La femme est un être singulier, la seule à posséder deux organes sexuels séparés, dont le clitoris, dédié au plaisir. Le secret de ce plaisir fut longtemps un impensé en philosophie. Qu’est-ce que le plaisir ? Comment parler du clitoris sans tomber dans un essentialisme du corps féminin ? - réalisation : Laurence Malonda - invités : Catherine Malabou philosophe, professeure de philosophie au « Centre for Resea... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Mar-01 • 64 minutes
Jonathan Wolff & Pandemic Policy Ethics
One set of ethical questions has been looming large since the start of the pandemic: How do we evaluate the costs and benefits that result from lockdown measures? Is it possible to weight the lives saved by lockdown measures against the unemployment, damage to mental health and education that they resulted in? Or are such comparisons impossible to make? Is there a price to human life, and if so, how do we arrive at it? What are the ethical principles that we should follow when making decisions under condit... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-28 • 60 minutes
STM Podcast #87: Robert Bilott: Forever Chemicals Infected 99% of Humans, Dark Waters, Suing DuPont
On episode 87, we welcome environmental lawyer and activist Robert Bilott to discuss the widespread prevalence and health effects of forever chemicals (including cancer and autoimmune disorders), his decades-long legal war with the DuPont chemical... (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-Feb-28 • 50 minutes
"Hang the DJ" (with special guest, John Torrey)
Full episode notes at this link. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★ (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2021-Feb-28 • 62 minutes
So You've Been Publicly Shamed | Rebecca Tuvel
What can we learn about public shaming from the Black Mirror episodes Hated in the Nation and Nosedive? Are there ever cases where someone deserves to be shamed? When should someone be forgiven for doing something shameful?   | Contact us: Mark.Oppenheimer[at]gmail and Jwerbe[at]gmail (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Feb-28 • 14 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - Relations Of Ideas And Matters Of Fact
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on his distinction between relations of ideas and matters of fact, which plays a central role in his 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 - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philoso... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-28 • 23 minutes
Podcast episode 13: Interview with John Joseph on Saussure
In this interview, we talk to John Joseph about Ferdinand de Saussure. Download | Spotify | Apple Podcasts References for Episode 13 Primary Sources Arnauld, Antoine and Claude Lancelot (1660), Grammaire générale et raisonnée contenant les fondemens de l’art de…Read more › (@hiphilangsci)
podcast image2021-Feb-28 • 28 minutes
What we talk about when we talk about race
The 19th century notion of race as something rooted in biology and genetics is a well-debunked idea whose time has passed. But the more recent liberal conception of race as a social construct fails to acknowledge the ways in which race is lived in and through the body (something the COVID pandemic has thrown into sharp relief). (@DavidPZone)
podcast image2021-Feb-28 • 45 minutes
Episode 92, 'The Philosopher Queens' with Rebecca Buxton and Lisa Whiting (Part II - Further Analysis and Discussion)
Welcome to 'Episode 92 (Part II of II)’, in which we’ll be continuing our discussion of The Philosopher Queens with Rebecca Buxton and Lisa Whiting. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Feb-28 • 35 minutes
HoP 367 - Brian Copenhaver on Renaissance Magic
Our guest Brian Copenhaver joins us to explain how Ficino and other Renaissance philosophers thought about magic. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-26 • 79 minutes
#436 Gregg Caruso: Just Deserts, and Rejecting Retributivism
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podcast image2021-Feb-26 • 12 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Regarding Human Understanding - The Shade Of Blue Example
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on the exception he makes to his general rule that ideas must come in some way from experience, the famous "missing shade of blue" example. 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 Yo... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-26
88 - The Ethics of Social Credit Systems
Should we use technology to surveil, rate and punish/reward all citizens in a state? Do we do it anyway? In this episode I discuss these questions with Wessel Reijers, focusing in particular on the lessons we can learn from the Chinese Social Credit Syst (@JohnDanaher)
podcast image2021-Feb-26 • 67 minutes
8 | (Neo)colonialism and Anticolonialism
In episode 8, we look to the writings of Aimé Césaire to guide a conversation about colonialism, neocolonialism, and anti-colonial thought and struggle. Focusing especially on his 1950 Discourse on Colonialism and his 1956 letter to Maurice Thorez—in which he explains his resignation from French Communist Party—we discuss the subjective and objective ‘boomerang effects’ of colonialism on colonizing countries, the tensions between particularism and universalism in putatively global left politics, the relatio... (@leftofphil)
podcast image2021-Feb-26 • 20 minutes
Episode #19. Miracles ft. Timothy McGrew
Hamish and Alexandros delve deep into the world of Miracles with Timothy McGrew. They discuss Hume’s argument against Miracles. Join us in this discussion about human testimony, the limits of inquiry and bizarre animals. (@ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image2021-Feb-26 • 59 minutes
Cours particulier (1/80) : Julia Kristeva : "La psychanalyse est une poétique"
durée : 00:58:37 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - La psychanalyse permet-elle de renaître ? Le langage permet-il de sublimer nos souffrances et complexes pour apprendre à mieux vivre avec, et donc à nous transformer ? Quels sont les liens entre psychanalyse et philosophie ? Cours particulier en compagnie de Julia Kristeva. - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Julia Kristeva écrivaine, psychanalyste, linguiste (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-26 • 94 minutes
Clueless (w/ Andrea Rosen)
The cows take the 405 to Sherman Oaks with friend Andrea Rosen (Fleming Museum of Art) in this revisit of Amy Heckerling's totally wicked rom-com about modern girl friendships. We discuss the nature of Chers and Karens, how power relations structure what counts as knowledge, and who does and does not count as "clueless." We revisit our past selves in high school, reflect on the linguistics of Valley Girl speak, and laugh about which characters we were and who of them is most smooch-able. Dance along to No D... (@cowspod)
podcast image2021-Feb-25 • 16 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - Association Of Ideas
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on the three main ways in which Hume thinks that ideas are associated within the human mind - Resemblance, Contiguity, and Cause and Effect 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 Yo... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-25 • 60 minutes
#435 Ghristopher Kavanagh: Religion, Rituals, Belief in Japanese Society, and WEIRD Psychology
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podcast image2021-Feb-25 • 89 minutes
EV - 181 Culture War Metaphysics with Oliver Traldi
My guest this week is Oliver Traldi (@olivertraldi), a philosophy PhD student at Notre Dame Spencer who frequently publishes at ArcDigi and Heterdox academy. We discuss a range of topics from the role of the objective/subjective divide in the culture wars to the vagaries of conspiracy theories on the right and left. Website: https://olivertraldi.weebly.com/ Convoca... Culture War Rap by @Matt_Allan78 Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals! http://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/p... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Feb-25 • 148 minutes
Luke Roelofs Live!
Join me for a discussion with Luke Roelofs, a Postdoc at the NYU Center for Mind, Brain, and Consciousness, as we discuss themes from his book Combining Minds Luke’s website Combining Minds (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2021-Feb-25 • 53 minutes
Marcus Aurelius
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the man who, according to Machiavelli, was the last of the Five Good Emperors. Marcus Aurelius, 121 to 180 AD, has long been known as a model of the philosopher king, a Stoic who, while on military campaigns, compiled ideas on how best to live his life, and how best to rule. These ideas became known as his Meditations, and they have been treasured by many as an insight into the mind of a Roman emperor, and an example of how to avoid the corruption of power in turbulent times... (@BBCInOurTime)
podcast image2021-Feb-25 • 58 minutes
Quatre contresens philosophiques (4/4) : Arendt : “La banalité du mal”
durée : 00:58:13 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - En 1963, suite au procès d'Eichmann que couvre Hannah Arendt pour The New Yorker, elle publie ses articles en un livre : "Eichmann à Jérusalem". Le sous-titre pose souci et le livre fera scandale... : "Rapport sur la banalité du mal". Que voulait-elle dire, en utilisant le terme de "banal" ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Martine Leibovici maître de conférences émérite en philosophie politique à l’... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-25 • 58 minutes
Charles Pigden and the Conventional Wisdom
Apologies for the levels at the beginning of this episode; it turns out M's pirate "accent" confused the system... Josh and M discuss the 2007 article, "Conspriacy Theories and the Conventional Wisdom" by Charles Pigden. — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] You can learn more about M’s academic work at: http://mrxdentith.com Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Feb-25 • 54 minutes
Facebook and the news: should the divorce be permanent?
The measures Facebook has taken over the past week have precipitated a long-overdue reckoning. Now that the “social network” has lifted the veil on its ambitions and civic disdain, how can news media companies continue, in good conscience, with their Faustian pact? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Feb-24 • 22 minutes
#239 — Yet Another Call from Ricky Gervais
Ricky Gervais calls Sam to ask if AI will replace comedians. They also discuss the implications of not having free will and if a chimp has ever asked, "what does it all mean?" They agree that bears are dangerous. SUBSCRIBE to gain access to all... (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Feb-24 • 14 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - Empiricism, Ideas, And Impressions
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on the basics of his Empiricist epistemology, specifically how it bears upon the relation between ideas and impressions. 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 1500... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-24 • 54 minutes
Against Empiricism
A talk given by Alexander Bird (St John's College, Cambridge) at the Moral Sciences Club on 23rd February 2021. (@CambridgePhilos)
podcast image2021-Feb-24 • 58 minutes
Patricia Fara on Newton, Scientific Progress, and the Benefits of Unhistoric Acts
Is scientific progress best characterized by discrete leaps or incremental improvement? (@tylercowen)
podcast image2021-Feb-24 • 57 minutes
Interview with Professor Flagg Taylor on "Loss of the Creature" | The New Thinkery Ep. 31
In this week's edition of TNT, the guys are joined by Flagg Taylor, professor of political theory at Skidmore College. The group analyze Walker Percy's essay, "The Loss of the Creature," and focus especially on the idea of not having everything spelled out for you as a primer and to learn through doing. Plus: Stick around for Greg's Q&A! (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Feb-24 • 58 minutes
Quatre contresens philosophiques (3/4) : Descartes : “Se rendre comme maîtres et possesseurs de la nature”
durée : 00:58:19 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Pourquoi Descartes, dans son "Discours de la méthode", en 1637, nous invite-t-il à nous rendre comme maître et possesseur de la nature ? Aujourd’hui, ces mots sonnent comme un projet anti-écologique, mais ils furent aussi considérés comme le manifeste de la démesure moderne. Qu'en est-il vraiment ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Marie-Frédérique Pellegrin maîtresse de conférences habilitée à dirige... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-24 • 42 minutes
Covid, Poverty, and Intellectual Property
Economist Sanjay Reddy (New School for Social Research) and I discuss the impact of the pandemic on global poverty, the role that intellectual property plays in vaccine development and distribution, and the ethical and economic case for a "People's Vaccine." How might suspending existing understandings of intellectual property in the case of vaccines for Covid-19 - while compensating pharmaceutical companies for research and development - enable a more efficient distribution of the vaccine? (@PreissJoshua)
podcast image2021-Feb-24 • 56 minutes
0G135: All These Worlds (Bobiverse Book Three) and Ephemeral Ethics
Sup, Ephemerals?! I like to think these weekly interactions help me remember what it was like to be one of you so that I don't just decide to start throwing planets at all of you. Cause that's a thing we could very much do if I as a super powerful... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-24 • 25 minutes
Episode 114: p. 127 Alternative Lifestyles
This week Danny is fed up and miserable but the sun is starting to shine and a new day is dawning! Tune in and join Mike and Danny, the merry philosonauts, on a magical mystery through the realms of possibility. Yes, this week we are talking revolution… or are we? Is it time to re-engage with normality or are we on the frontiers of the new normal? What, exactly, IS the normal way to be? What are the standards for identifying normal human existence? Is it essence or is it existence? Where is our instruction ... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Feb-24 • 31 minutes
45: The Kindness of Strangers with Michael McCullough
How did humans turn from animals who were only inclined to help their offspring to the creatures we are today–who regularly send precious resources to total strangers? With me on the show today is Michael... | The post 45: The Kindness of Strangers with Michael McCullough appeared first on Examining Ethics. (@DePauwPrindle)
podcast image2021-Feb-23 • 89 minutes
Episode 207: Sometimes a Paper Tray is Just a Paper Tray
David and Tamler wander through the maze of Room 237, the great documentary by Rodney Ascher about five people and their views about what Stanley Kubrick’s "The Shining" is really about. When do interpretations become conspiracy theories? Why does Ascher never show us the faces of the interpreters? What is about Kubrick that invites obsessive and confident theorizing on the meaning of his movies? Sometimes a paper tray is just a paper tray. Or is it? Plus Tamler vents about the winter storm and mass power o... (@verybadwizards)
podcast image2021-Feb-23 • 14 minutes
David Hume, Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding - Impressions And Ideas Of The Mind
This lecture discusses key ideas from the modern empiricist philosopher David Hume' Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding It focuses specifically on his important distinction between what he terms ideas and impressions of the mind. Many ideas are in some way copies or representations of the impressions we experience. 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 - w... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-23 • 31 minutes
Compassion and Community | Dan Zahavi
Is empathy a prerequisite for a successful society? Or is empathy an irrational emotion which appeals to our narrow prejudices? This week we’re asking whether empathy is our best base for morality and we explore the implications of empathy in the modern (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Feb-23 • 53 minutes
18. Polyamory
In this episode of Overthink, Ellie and David conclude their four-part series on intimate relationships with a discussion of polyamory. Many argue that polyamory has liberatory potential as a radical form of relating to others. Some say that polyamory is natural for humans--is this story from evolutionary biology true, and does it matter? Ellie and David discuss these issues and also explain how polyamory encourages us to rethink jealousy through the concept of compersion. The two also touch on the relation... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Feb-23 • 58 minutes
Quatre contresens philosophiques (2/4) : Hobbes : “L’homme est un loup pour l’homme”
durée : 00:58:13 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Thomas Hobbes est l’auteur du célèbre livre de philosophie politique “Léviathan”. En 1641, en exil volontaire en France, il observe ce qui agite et trouble son pays, l'Angleterre : la guerre civile. Il rédige alors “Du citoyen”, où apparaît la fameuse maxime, objet de nombreux contresens... - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Luc Foisneau directeur de recherche au CNRS et enseigne la p... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-23 • 26 minutes
Havi Carel
I ask the philosopher Havi Carel five questions about herself. | | Havi Carel is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Bristol and the author of “Illness: The Cry of the Flesh” (2008) and “Phenomenology of Illness” (2016). (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-Feb-23 • 59 minutes
#238 — How to Build a Universe
A Conversation with Frank Wilczek (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Feb-22
Spaced Out
COVID-19 has transformed our cities and our homes. Katie Beswick, Julia King, and Antoine Picon discuss planning for future public and private spaces. (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-22 • 82 minutes
#434 Thomas Coleman: The Psychology of Believers and Nonbelievers
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | | This show is sponsored by Enlites, Learning & Development don... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-Feb-22 • 102 minutes
S02E20: Conspiracies Everywhere - Hugo Drochen and Annemarie S Walter
What kind of environmental and individual factors lead to the proliferation of conspiracy theories? | Jay is joined by co-authors and researchers Hugo Drochen and Annemarie S Walter to discuss their paper "Conspiracy Thinking in Europe and America: A Comparative Study". | Jay opens by telling his personal story of flirtation with conspiracy and pays homage to a good friend who recently took his own life, Ellery Samson. (@DilemmaPodcast)
podcast image2021-Feb-22 • 80 minutes
135 | Shadi Bartsch on Plato, Vergil, Confucius, and Modernity
I talk to classicist Shadi Bartsch about the classics in the modern world, from Vergil's Aeneid to how China thinks about Plato. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Feb-22 • 13 minutes
PREVIEW-Ep. 263: Lise Van Boxel's "Warspeak" on Strategies for Valuing (Part Two)
Continuing on Warspeak: Nietzsche's Victory Over Nihilism with guests Jeff Black and Michael Grenke. To hear this , you'll need to go sign up at . (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Feb-22 • 23 minutes
Cuarta Oca Filosófica: Nerea Blanco Marañón
En esta cuarta sesión de La Oca Filosófica entrevistamos a Nerea Blanco, creadora de Filosofers, quien reflexionará con nosotros acerca de la sociedad del éxito como imperativo, el sentido de estudiar filosofía hoy y la influencia que tiene la música en la sociedad. | Se trata de un programa tan divertido que os pedimos que nos contéis por twitter (@LaOcaFilosófica) vuestras anécdotas o momentos graciosos relacionados con la filosofía. | La Oca Filosófica, tu podcast de cada lunes. (@LaOcaFilosofica)
podcast image2021-Feb-22 • 56 minutes
Episode 14: Free Will Skepticism with Gregg Caruso
In this episode we talk with Gregg Caruso about free will skepticism, the view that we lack the freedom (or control) required for moral responsibility in the basic desert sense.Gregg's website:http://www.greggcaruso.com/Gregg... forthcoming book:https://www.cambridge.org/us/academ... new book co-written with Dan Dennett:https://politybooks.com/bookdeta... Gregg's Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy article:https://plato.stanford.edu/entri... you have a question you’d like us to answer in our Q&... (@thefreewillshow)
podcast image2021-Feb-22 • 58 minutes
Quatre contresens philosophiques (1/4) : Socrate : “Connais-toi toi-même”
durée : 00:58:20 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - "Connais-toi toi-même" est l'un des préceptes gravés sur le fronton du temple de Delphes, et souvent rapporté dans les écrits de Platon, dans les mots de Socrate. Mais que veut-il dire ? Que la philosophie antique aurait pour but la connaissance de soi, aux dépens des autres, aux dépens du monde ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Fulcran Teisserenc professeur de lettres et de première supérieures au ... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-22 • 58 minutes
Richard Kearney & The Importance of Touch
One of the first things we lost as the Covid pandemic began was the handshake. It foreshadowed what would follow in the months ahead: Social distancing, the loss of human touch and our longing for the physical presence of others. As we began living an increasingly disembodied existence on Zoom meetings and video calls with friends and family, many of us had a similar realization: The tactile sensation cannot be replaced with vision and sound.Historically, much of philosophy downgraded the importance of touc... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-22 • 39 minutes
E38. "In Their Image" - What happens when a Teddy can't find its purpose?
Named “Top 20 Philosophy Podcast” for 2021!STORY SUMMARY: A preacher arrives on an off-world planet inhabited by 7 foot tall, multi-colored, bears, aka “Teddies.” Her mission is to run her church and, if possible, convert the local Teddies to Christianity. Over time she makes no progress and her church is at risk of being shut down by those funding it. She heads to the local Teddy church and learns that, according to their faith, God can only return when everyone alive is fulfilling their “Purpose” and, if ... (@AfterDinnerCon)
podcast image2021-Feb-22 • 67 minutes
STM Podcast #86: Marc Mero on Motivational Speaking, Life-Changing Epiphanies, Wrestling Career
On episode 86, we welcome Marc Mero to discuss how and why he became a motivational speaker, speaking to kids about suicidal thoughts and other important mental health related struggles, working with Stone Cold Steve Austin and learning from him,... (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-Feb-21 • 52 minutes
Nietzsche: Morality is Dead | Brian Leiter
If God is dead, did morality die with him? Are artists, writers and lovers more valuable than the rest of us mere mortals? Find out what Friedrich Nietzsche thought in our new series on great philosophers.   | Brian's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Moral-Psychology-... | Contact Us: Mark.Oppenheimer[at]gmail and Jwerbe[at]gmail (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Feb-21 • 28 minutes
Cultural appropriation
In an increasingly connected, globalised world, borrowing freely between cultures can draw moral condemnation. But it can be hard for the unwary artist to know exactly when and where respectful homage tips into cultural appropriation. This week we’re looking at where the moral lines are drawn, and asking if “cultural appropriation” might be a term that obscures more than it reveals. (@DavidPZone)
podcast image2021-Feb-21 • 37 minutes
Episode 92, 'The Philosopher Queens' with Rebecca Buxton and Lisa Whiting (Part I - Women in Philosophy)
Welcome to 'Episode 92 (Part I of II)’, in which we’ll be talking to Rebecca Buxton and Lisa Whiting about their book, The Philosopher Queens. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Feb-21 • 33 minutes
HAP 70 - Tommy Curry on the Early 20th Century
We chat with Tommy Curry about African-American thought between the turn of the century and the Harlem Renaissance. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-21 • 22 minutes
Seneca, Letter 120 - Clarifying The Virtues - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Stoic philosopher Seneca's Letters, this one looking at Letter 120 It focuses specifically on the Stoic perspective that holds virtue to be the genuine good for human beings, by contrast to other points of view that assert there are other genuine goods. He also examines where our conception of virtue and moral goodness (the honestum) come from, and argues that it does not arise in us from nature itself, but rather through "analogy", drawn from our experien... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-21 • 10 minutes
180: John Rawls
More at http://philosophytalk.org/shows/john-raw... Rawls was one of the most influential political philosophers of the twentieth century. In his book "A Theory of Justice" he articulated a concept of justice as fairness, which won many fans among liberals, and provoked important responses from thoughtful libertarians such as Robert Nozick. Ken and John explore Rawls' ideas with one of his students, Joshua Cohen from UC Berkeley (formerly of Stanford University). (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Feb-20 • 17 minutes
Seneca, Letter 113 - Virtue, Life, And Unity Of The Mind - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Stoic philosopher Seneca's Letters, this one looking at Letter 113 It focuses specifically on his discussions of a common Stoic position which he himself considers mistaken - the notion that the virtues (wisdom, justice, courage, temperance) are themselves living creatures (animalia) within the mind (animus). He presents and criticizes two common Stoic arguments for this position, and then provides a number of arguments of his own against the position To ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-19 • 53 minutes
#433 Timothy Lenton - Revolutions that Made the Earth
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podcast image2021-Feb-19 • 70 minutes
EV - 180 Critical Legal Theory with Spencer Bradley
My guest this week is Spencer Bradley (@CafeSinister), a public defender with a background in critical legal theory. We discuss the origins of CLT, its relationship to the more famous Critical Race Theory, and how we can apply it in free speech debates. Spencer's comment on Free Speech Absolutism: https://ideas.dickinsonlaw.psu.edu/dlr/v... Aaron's free expression Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals! http://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/podcas... by GW Rodriguez Sibling P... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Feb-19 • 51 minutes
"Bandersnatch" (with special guest, Eric Steinhart)
Full episode notes at this link. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★ (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2021-Feb-19 • 69 minutes
Elizabeth Loftus Live!
Join me for a discussion with Elizabeth Loftus, a Distinguished Professor of Psychological Science, Criminology, Law and Society, Cognitive Science, and Law at UC Irvine, as we discuss her work on memory. Elizabeth’s website (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2021-Feb-19 • 59 minutes
Profession philosophe (68/100) : Baptiste Morizot, sur la piste du vivant
durée : 00:59:14 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - La réflexion et les écrits de Baptiste Morizot s'ancrent autour des relations entre l’humain et le vivant, et s’appuient sur des pratiques de terrain. Il milite pour la réappropriation de l'engagement pour défendre le vivant par chacun d'entre nous. - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Baptiste Morizot écrivain, philosophe et pisteur, maître de conférences à l’Université Aix-Marseille. ... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-19 • 64 minutes
Patricia Hill Collins, "Intersectionality as Critical Social Theory" (Duke UP, 2019)
Is intersectionality a critical social theory? What must intersectionality do to be both critical and a social theory? Must social justice be a guiding normative principle? And what does or should social justice mean in intersectional theory? Patricia Hills Collins explores these questions, and many more, in Intersectionality as Critical Social Theory (Duke University Press, 2019). Engaging a wide range of thinkers, activists, and traditions, including Classical American Pragmatism, the Frankfurt School, an... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2021-Feb-19 • 131 minutes
Philosophy In Film - 040 - V For Vendetta
This episode of Philosophy In Film, we examine the 2005 Political Action Film, "V For Vendetta". A somewhat controversial beer selection sets the table for the discussion this episode, as we delve into the justification of coercive institutions (Philosopher's Corner - 33:30), egg recipes, perspective, radicalization, anarchy, and some of the parallels between recent events in the US and the final scenes of the movie. A review of the differences between the movie and graphic novel closes out the episode. (@PhilInFilm)
podcast image2021-Feb-18 • 70 minutes
#432 Laith Al-Shawaf: Evolutionary Psychology, Just-so Stories, Anger and Disgust, and Culture
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podcast image2021-Feb-18 • 19 minutes
Seneca, Letter 89 - Divisions Of Philosophy - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Stoic philosopher Seneca's Letters, this one looking at Letter 89 It focuses specifically what had by his time become a common way of dividing the discipline of philosophy - into Ethics, Physics, and Logic. He explains what each of these fields includes. He also discusses why other schools attempts to add more divisions or to get rid of one or two of the three divisions. The three fields can be subdivided further, and his treatment of Ethics by breaking... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-18 • 77 minutes
LIBERALISM AFTER TRUMP With Ian Dunt
Ian Dunt returns to the podcast for a pig picture talk on liberalism - What is it's future after trump, how does/should the ideology manage conflict, what are the differences between the UK and US left? We cover a lot and end on an uncharacteristically (for us) optimistic note. (@PolPhilPod)
podcast image2021-Feb-18 • 23 minutes
Peter Salmon on Derrida on Deconstruction
Jacques Derrida was a controversial philosopher whose writing could be fiendishly difficult to read. Nevertheless he had many followers. Here Pete Salmon, author of a recent biography of Derrida, manages to give a clear account of what Derrida meant by deconstruction. This episode was sponsored by St John's College. For more information about the college go to www.sjc.edu/podcast (@philosophybites)
podcast image2021-Feb-18 • 66 minutes
Understanding moral disagreements (Jonathan Haidt)
Julia and social psychologist (The Righteous Mind) discuss his moral foundations theory and argue about whether liberals should “expand their moral horizons” by learning to think like conservatives. Julia solicits Jon’s help in understanding... (@Rspodcast)
podcast image2021-Feb-18 • 59 minutes
La chambre, enfer ou paradis ? (4/4) : Proust, l’infini depuis son lit
durée : 00:59:10 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - C’est entre les quatre murs de sa chambre que la plupart des souvenirs enfouis du narrateur d'"À la recherche du temps perdu" remontent… Il les transforme, les rend présents. Marcel Proust, par les expériences opérées par son personnage, qui transforment son vécu, serait-il un alchimiste ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Thomas Beau - invités : Raphaël Enthoven Philosophe. (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-18 • 40 minutes
The Holodomor Terror Famine!
In this episode of "What the conspiracy?" Josh informs M about the Holodomor Terror Famine! — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] You can learn more about M’s academic work at: http://mrxdentith.com Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastersguidet... Podbean crowdfunding? http://www.podbean.com/patron/crowdfund/... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Feb-18 • 54 minutes
What can our experience of art tell us about the moral life?
Professor Rita Felski joins Waleed Aly and Scott Stephens to explore whether a better understanding of the nature of aesthetic experience – of what art does to us, and why – can give us a better sense of the nature of moral disagreement, and of how it is that we might come to discover a shared world. (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Feb-18 • 23 minutes
Seneca, Letter 87 - The Simple Life - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Stoic philosopher Seneca's Letters, this one looking at Letter 87 It focuses specifically on the Stoic perspective on wealth (including property and possessions), which is that it is not actually a good, but rather just a preferred indifferent. He examines a number of Stoic and other syllogisms aimed at arguing that wealth is not a good, and provides further explanations of them. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-17 • 174 minutes
AMA | February 2021
Ask Me Anything episode for February 2021. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Feb-17 • 14 minutes
How to prevent future pandemics
Katrien Devolder and Jeff Sebo on factory farms as breeding grounds for pandemics Covid-19 is very likely a zoonotic disease, which means that it was transmitted from animals to humans. Other dangerous infectious diseases, such as SARS, MERS, Ebola and HIV originated in animals too. In fact, of all emerging infectious diseases in humans, 75% are zoonotic. In this new interview series, Katrien Devolder interviews philosophers and other experts to explore how we might prevent future pandemics. In this episo... (@ethicsinthenews)
podcast image2021-Feb-17 • 63 minutes
Interview with Professor Steve Hayward on Executive Power | The New Thinkery Ep. 30
In this President's Day edition of The New Thinkery, the guys are joined by Professor Steve Hayward, senior resident scholar at the Institute of Governmental Studies at UC Berkeley, and a visiting lecturer at Berkeley's Boalt Hall Law School. The group discuss executive power, pulling from Prof. Hayward's extensive knowledge on the subject. Plus: you seriously will not guess what alternative job Prof. Hayward would've chosen, but you'll have to wait until the end of the episode for that! (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Feb-17 • 59 minutes
La chambre, enfer ou paradis ? (3/4) : Sartre, l’enfer(mement) et les autres
durée : 00:58:37 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - De sa nouvelle "La Chambre", à sa pièce de théâtre "Huis Clos", les questions de l’enfermement, du rapport à soi et à autrui, traversent l’oeuvre de Sartre. Qu’attend-on du regard de l’autre ? Peut-on franchir le mur de l’enfermement en soi-même ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Thomas Beau - invités : Philippe Cabestan professeur en Classes Préparatoires au Lycée Janson de Sailly à Paris et président de l'Eco... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-17 • 34 minutes
Covid-19 and the Future of Work
My guest is Daron Acemoglu, Institute Professor of Economics at MIT and the author (with James Robinson) of Why Nations Fail: Origins of Power, Poverty, and Prosperity and The Narrow Corridor: States, Societies, and the Fate of Liberty. We discuss the impact of the pandemic on the welfare, power, and status of workers. In what ways is the pandemic accelerating trends toward greater automation and digitization in the economy, widening economic inequality and the increasing the capital share of the fruits of ... (@PreissJoshua)
podcast image2021-Feb-17 • 31 minutes
Plato's Allegory of the Cave, Socrates, and the Mad Society
What shadows do you follow? Is it endless false realities all the way down? Do you desire to be wrong? Do you value your truth or the truth? | My Stuff.... | Bonus Feed ($5 a month): https://www.patreon.com/thephilosophyguy | Podcast: https://thephilosophyguy.fireside.fm/ | Youtube: https://bit.ly/2Z0rAjA | All the Links You Need: https://linktr.ee/brendenweber (@philosophyguy2)
podcast image2021-Feb-17 • 61 minutes
Listener Qs 20
Thank you all so much! None of this would be possible without you! Editing by Luisa Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals: Support us at Patreon: Follow us on Twitter: Join our Facebook... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-17 • 24 minutes
Episode 113: Ep. 126 Family Part 5
This week, join Mike and Danny, after a year of lockdown, as they stare into the face of the other and ask “who the hell are you people?” Yes, what do we do with the other after so long with only the Cartesian cogito for company? Will we finally emerge from pandamic isolation desperate for human contact or having developed an antipathy for human connection? Has all this time, huddled with our families, simply rendered us intensely tribal to the detriment of the body politic? Perhaps it’s time to explore alt... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Feb-16 • 42 minutes
#237 — Another Call from Ricky Gervais
Ricky Gervais calls to discuss Sam's monster joke from their last conversation and then other things happen... SUBSCRIBE to gain access to all full-length episodes at . (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Feb-16
On the Road
What’s the value of travel? Why is it politicized? Colin Clark, Nick Hayes and Emily Thomas on the future of travel in the twenty-first century. (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-16 • 44 minutes
Hypocrisy and Blame
A talk given by Justin Snedegar (St Andrews) at the Moral Sciences Club on 9th February 2021. (@CambridgePhilos)
podcast image2021-Feb-16 • 47 minutes
Ep. 36: What is Intelligence? (Part II)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony continue their conversation on intelligence -- this time, focusing on its ethical and political implications. For questions or suggestions for future episodes: [email protected] (@LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast image2021-Feb-16 • 34 minutes
How To Traverse Time | Peter Sjöstedt-H
How should we treat time in our lives? What should time mean to us? And can psychedelic experiences allow us to reconfigure our sense of time. On today’s episode we’re joined by philosopher of the mind, metaphysician and associate lecturer at The Univers (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Feb-16 • 55 minutes
17. Open Relationships
In this episode of Overthink, Ellie and David talk about open relationships. 50% of millennials are not interested in having purely monogamous relationships. With many still wanting a primary partner, some are turning towards open relationships. What do open relationships have to offer? Ellie and David start off by talking about their own experience with open relationships and its ties to their philosophical and feminist beliefs. Then the two dive into the open relationships of famous existentialist thinke... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Feb-16 • 59 minutes
La chambre, enfer ou paradis ? (2/4) : Virginia Woolf, "Une chambre à soi"
durée : 00:58:43 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - En 1929, Virginia Woolf reçoit une commande, celle d’écrire un essai sur les liens entre femme et roman. Elle énonce alors cette idée : pour écrire, une femme a besoin de deux choses, 500 livres de rente, et une chambre à soi. L'esprit s'incarne dans la chambre... aurait-elle alors une âme ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Thomas Beau - invités : Geneviève Brisac écrivaine (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-16 • 30 minutes
Mark Wilson
I ask the philosopher Mark Wilson five questions about himself. | | Mark Wilson is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh and the author of “Wandering Significance: An Essay on Conceptual Behavior” (2006) and “Physics Avoidance and other Essays in Conceptual Strategy” (2017). (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-Feb-15 • 75 minutes
#431 Menelaos Apostolou: The Evolution of Same-Sex Attraction
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | | This show is sponsored by Enlites, Learning & Development don... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-Feb-15 • 89 minutes
134 | Robert Sapolsky on Why We Behave the Way We Do
I talk with psychoneurobiologist Robert Sapolsky about why human beings behave the way they do. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Feb-15 • 48 minutes
Ep. 263: Lise Van Boxel's "Warspeak" on Strategies for Valuing (Part One)
On Warspeak: Nietzsche's Victory Over Nihilism (2020) with Dylan, Seth, and guests Michael Grenke and Jeff Black. What's a viable counter-ideal to the asceticism that Nietzsche thought is so pervasive? Lise's book works out strategies for re-valuing... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Feb-15 • 54 minutes
01/02/2021: Barbara Sattler on Paradoxes as Philosophical Method and their Zenonian Origins
Barbara Sattler is professor for ancient and medieval philosophy at Bochum University, and has taught at St. Andrews, Yale, and Urbana-Champaign before. The main areas of her research are issues in metaphysics and natural philosophy in the ancient Greek world, especially in the Presocratics, Plato, and Aristotle. She focuses on the philosophical processes through which central concepts of metaphysics and natural philosophy, such as space or speed, arise in Greek antiquity. By showing that such concepts were... (@Aristotweets)
podcast image2021-Feb-15 • 6 minutes
BITE — Killing in computer games
Do you ever play computer games where you have to kill another character? Does that make you feel bad? Should it? Today's BITE: Is it wrong to enjoy killing people in computing games? (@matthewtbeard)
podcast image2021-Feb-15 • 68 minutes
STM Podcast #85: Sofia Samatar Discusses Futurism, A.I., Immortality, Philosophy and Science Fiction
On episode 85, we welcome writer Sofia Samatar to discuss her chapter in Philosophy Through Science-Fiction Stories titled “The New Book of the Dead,” our obsession with and love of Artificial Intelligence, the persistent human quest for... (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-Feb-15 • 59 minutes
La chambre, enfer ou paradis ? (1/4) : Pascal, "Peut-on demeurer en repos dans une chambre ?"
durée : 00:58:41 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Pendant le confinement, nous avons tous découvert qu’il n’y avait rien de plus difficile que de rester en repos dans une chambre. Pourquoi la condition humaine ne nous permet-elle pas de vivre sans divertissement ? Passons-nous tout notre temps à essayer de nous fuir, dans une forme d'illusion ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Thomas Beau - invités : Pierre Guenancia philosophe, professeur émérite d’histoire ... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-15 • 56 minutes
Jeffrey Howard & Dangerous Speech
Two days after the storming of the Capitol, following a Trump rally, and with the former president seemingly continuing to glorify the events of January 6, Facebook and Twitter decided to ban him from the social media platforms, in Twitter’s case permanently. Many welcomed this move, while others cried that this constituted a violation of the former President’s free speech. Some argued that Twitter and Facebook are private companies, and therefore can enforce their terms of service however they see fit. Ot... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-14 • 88 minutes
“Is the Law Consistent?"
Host Jack Russell Weinstein visits with P. Andrew Torrez, an attorney who also hosts a podcast called Opening Arguments, which helps people make sense of legal matters in the news. (@whyradioshow)
podcast image2021-Feb-14 • 54 minutes
Stephen King and Philosophy | Jacob Held
What is horror, and why do some of us willingly terrify ourselves by watching or reading the genre? Is horror poor quality fiction, or can it offer us a unique opportunity for empathy and moral growth?   | Jacob's book: https://www.amazon.com/Stephen-King-Phil... (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Feb-14 • 22 minutes
Tercera Oca Filosófica: Josefa Ros Velasco
En este programa hablaremos sobre aburrimiento, eso sí, ¡sin que el programa sea en absoluto aburrido! | Las preguntas que tratamos con nuestra Oca Filosófica de hoy giran en torno a cómo la pandemia está afectando a nuestra salud mental, cuál es el papel de la filosofía en las redes sociales, y qué idea filosófica o qué autora o autor hemos olvidado en filosofía y convendría recuperar para repensar la actualidad... | Josefa Ros Velasco aporta unas magníficas reflexiones que han de ser escuchadas en este te... (@LaOcaFilosofica)
podcast image2021-Feb-14 • 29 minutes
Episode 4: The Lobster
For this Valentine's Day episode, Joe Saunders is joined by philosopher Alison Toop (University of Leeds), to explore all things love in Yorgos Lanthimos' 2015 The Lobster.Alison's related reading:Elizabeth Brake, 'Amatonormativity'Annette Baier, 'Unsafe loves'For discussion of Alison Toop's work, including a response to Brake.Music by Nathan Moseley. (@HydeParkPH)
podcast image2021-Feb-14 • 7 minutes
Plato's 'Symposium'
In this special Valentine's Day episode, I'll be speaking all about Plato's 'Symposium' and the ideas about love presented in it. Enjoy! | If you'd like to request an episode, or even do an episode yourself, please contact me on Instagram (@fiveminutuephilosophy) or Twitter (@fiveminutephil1).  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2021-Feb-14 • 28 minutes
Civilisation and the salon
What is civilisation? A place, an ideal, a culture? Is civilisation under threat - and if so, who are the barbarians? Also, the art of the salon, a refined 18th century tradition that bridged the gap between high intellectual culture and practical everyday life. Is the salon due for a revival? (@DavidPZone)
podcast image2021-Feb-14 • 27 minutes
Episode 91, ‘How to Save the World from Financialisation’ with Grace Blakeley (Part II - A Green Future, Further Analysis and Discussion)
Welcome to 'Episode 91 (Part II of II)’, in which we’ll be discussing Grace Blakeley’s solution to the problems of financialisation and the climate emergency. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Feb-14 • 24 minutes
HoP 366 - The Men Who Saw Tomorrow - Renaissance Magic and Astrology
Ficino, Pico, Cardano, and other Renaissance thinkers debate whether astrology and magic are legitimate sciences with a foundation in natural philosophy. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-14 • 10 minutes
280: What Is Love?
More at http://philosophytalk.org/shows/what-lov... may seem doubtful that philosophers have much to tell us about love (beyond their love of wisdom). Surely it is the poets who have the market cornered when it comes to deep reflection on the nature of love. John and Ken question the notion that love cannot be captured by the light of reason by turning their attention to the philosophy of love with philosopher-poet Troy Jollimore from CSU Chico. Troy is the author of "Love’s Vision," as well as two collecti... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Feb-13 • 20 minutes
Seneca, Letter 74 - Virtue And Goods - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Stoic philosopher Seneca's Letters, this one looking at Letter 74 It focuses specifically on his discussion of the nature of virtue according to the Stoics, and why virtue is the genuine good, the "honorable" (honestum). According to him, those who view other things like wealth, pleasure, honor, or the body as goods are mistaken and set themselves up for misery by subjecting themselves to fortune. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.pa... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-12 • 62 minutes
#430 David Lahti: Philosophy of Biology, Complex Traits, and Evolutionary Ethics
------------------Support the channel------------ | Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thedissenter | PayPal: paypal.me/thedissenter | PayPal Subscription 1 Dollar: https://tinyurl.com/yb3acuuy | PayPal Subscription 3 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ybn6bg9l | PayPal Subscription 5 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/ycmr9gpz | PayPal Subscription 10 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y9r3fc9m | PayPal Subscription 20 Dollars: https://tinyurl.com/y95uvkao | ------------------Follow me on--------------------- | Facebook: http... (@TheDissenterYT)
podcast image2021-Feb-12 • 61 minutes
Can entrepreneurship be a force for good - w/ beyond binary thinking podcast
In this episode (another guest-isode digression from our usual format, which we'll return to next episode), Jake and Ant look at whether entrepreneurship can be a force for good, with Chris and Chris from the Beyond Binary Thinking podcast. We discuss the difference between entrepreneurship en masse and large tech companies, the role of finance (and over-financialization) in business and whether shifting ownership can help resolve some of these issues. | | Sign up to our newsletter here to receive a breakd... (@MoralityofThe)
podcast image2021-Feb-12 • 75 minutes
EV - 179 The Hermeneutics of Food and Drugs with Joey Tuminello
My guest this week is Joey Tuminello, an assistant professor of philosophy at McNeese State University, a program coordinator for the nonprofit orgs Farm Forward and Better Food Foundation, and one of my very closest IRL philosophy brothers. We talk food, drugs, applied ethics, really all that is good in life. Joey's website: https://josephtuminello.academia.edu/ D... https://defaultveg.org/ 2021 Jonathan Safran Foer Virtual Visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GNSTLP2 ... Oliver Markus Malloy, Bad Cho... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Feb-12 • 40 minutes
Beyond Us: Competition with Donald Hoffman
Today we bring you the second episode of Beyond Us, an all-new series made in association with Essentia Foundation.  Evolution favours cooperation as well as competition. But to what extent is human competitiveness culture-bound? Is the competitive (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Feb-12 • 48 minutes
"Metalhead" (with special guest, Roman V. Yampolskiy)
Full episode notes available here. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★ (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2021-Feb-12 • 19 minutes
Episode #18. Jurisprudence Part 2 ft. Emilios Christodoulidis
This is our second episode devoted to the philosophy of law. We discuss the function of law in our society and where our legal system is misaligned with our political and economic systems. We hear about when Coca Cola took on the Bolivian government, and won. Finally, Emilios gives us a brief history of our rights and we take a moment to think about what our rights may look like in the 22nd century. (@ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image2021-Feb-12 • 58 minutes
Profession philosophe (82/100) : Vincent Delecroix : "La philosophie est un combat amoureux souvent douloureux"
durée : 00:58:21 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Vincent Delecroix fantasmait devenir rocker, poissonnier, mais il est finalement devenu philosophe et romancier. Il a écrit sur le chant, l’ironie, la perte et la consolation. Alors comment philosophie et littérature cohabitent-elles en celui pour qui les mots creusent sans toujours consoler ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Vincent Delecroix philosophe et romancier (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-12 • 59 minutes
7 | Why Does Class Matter?
Episode 7 dives into class theory as we discuss why it’s important to make a normative case for class politics, misconceptions about who the working class is, and why the labor market dominates. We also ruminate on why workers don’t always organize and why solidarity is a counterculture. Plot twist: Lillian accuses everyone except herself of class reductionism.Why Does Class Matter? (forthcoming article): Lillian Cicerchia | Free University of Berlin - Academia.eduClaus Offe and Heimut Weisenthal. “Two Logi... (@leftofphil)
podcast image2021-Feb-12 • 104 minutes
The Master (w/ Dan Harris)
The cows are joined this week by Dan Harris (Philosophy, Hunter College) on their journey through past lives to uncover and exorcise a few trillion-year-old traumas. We consider how Paul Thomas Anderson depicts a divided soul across three individuals struggling to find order and humanity in a chaotic, animalistic, world, and explore how trauma and masculinity intertwine to forge vulnerabilities, and even love, between two men whose life trajectories seem pointed in opposite directions. We can't pick just on... (@cowspod)
podcast image2021-Feb-11 • 48 minutes
#236 — Rebooting New York City
A Conversation with Andrew Yang (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Feb-11 • 19 minutes
Seneca, Letter 71 - The Supreme Good - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Stoic philosopher Seneca's Letters, this one looking at Letter 71 It focuses specifically on his discussion of the supreme or highest good for human beings, which is what is honorable (honestum), or virtue. Virtue is what renders other things that are good, good - like good actions, good people, and so on. He also discusses a Stoic paradox, namely that all goods, insofar as they are good, are equal - and how virtue provides a measure for everything else.... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-11 • 61 minutes
#429 Andrew Berry: The History of Evolutionary Biology (Pt. 1)
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podcast image2021-Feb-11 • 59 minutes
L’Origine des espèces de Darwin (4/4) : Le darwinisme a-t-il évolué ?
durée : 00:58:45 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Quels ont été les apports du darwinisme à la compréhension de l’homme, de la société mais aussi de la culture ? De Richard Dawkins à Stephen Jay Gould, qui sont les héritiers de Charles Darwin, et comment poursuivent-ils sa réflexion ? Le paradigme darwinien est-il encore d'actualité ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Philippe Huneman Directeur de recherches à l'Institut d'histoire et de philoso... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-11 • 50 minutes
Shit Happens
Josh and M review Pete Mandik's "Shit Happens," another classic paper on conspiracy theory from that special issue of Episteme in 2007. — Josh is @monkeyfluids and M is @conspiracism on Twitter You can also contact us at: [email protected] You can learn more about M’s academic work at: http://mrxdentith.com Why not support The Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy by donating to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastersguidet... Podbean crowdfunding? http://www.podbean.com/patron/crowdfund/...... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Feb-11 • 54 minutes
What democracy needs to survive
Do Republicans have an obligation to convict and impeach Trump, for the sake of the health of the body politic? Can democracy itself survive when each “side” casts its electoral success as necessary to the survival of the nation, and the “other side” as an existential threat? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Feb-10 • 58 minutes
s02e02 - Transformative Experiences
In which Andrew explores Laurie Paul's concept of a Transformative Experience. With help from John Swanson, Laurie Paul, Jordan Wallace-Wolf, and Count Dracula himself.Laurie Paul's Book Transformative Experience, can be purchased many places, including here.Editing help by Xinjiang Huang. Thank you for all of your help!Episode Share Link:https://shows.acast.com/reductio/s0... us on Patreon:Reductio: Adventures in Ideas is creating A Podcast about Ideas, Philosophy, and Understanding | PatreonOther Philosop... (@media_inverted)
podcast image2021-Feb-10 • 29 minutes
#235 — A Call from Ricky Gervais
Ricky Gervais calls Sam to ask why we dream? They discuss why puns are terrible and breakdown some of the mechanics of comedy. SUBSCRIBE to gain access to all full-length episodes at . (@SamHarrisOrg)
podcast image2021-Feb-10 • 55 minutes
Brian Armstrong on the Crypto Economy
The CEO of Coinbase on how he manages the dual arts of innovating in technology and regulation (@tylercowen)
podcast image2021-Feb-10 • 77 minutes
Francis Bacon's New Atlantis | The New Thinkery Ep. 29
This week the guys are back to discuss another of Francis Bacon's works: New Atlantis. This short work might be presented to readers as incomplete, but Bacon includes several interesting philosophic points meritorious of a closer analysis. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Feb-10 • 58 minutes
L’Origine des espèces de Darwin (3/4) : Faut-il lutter pour exister ?
durée : 00:58:23 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Les êtres semblent évoluer de manière hasardeuse, au fil de variations infinies et indéfinies. Mais ces variations n'obéissent-elles pas à des lois ? Est-ce notre ignorance des causes réelles de ces changements qui nous fait croire au hasard ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Thierry Hoquet philosophe, professeur à l’Université Paris Nanterre (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-10 • 64 minutes
Thomas Pradeu, "Philosophy of Immunology" (Cambridge UP, 2020)
Vaccines make us wholly or partly immune to disease, such as Covid-19. But what is it to be immune? What is an immune system, and what does it do? In its beginnings, immunology was considered the science of the self/non-self distinction: the immune system comprised the self’s defenses against invading non-self pathogens, and was a sophisticated system possessed only by vertebrates. In Philosophy of Immunology (Cambridge University Press, 2020), Thomas Pradeu explains why these traditional conceptions have b... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2021-Feb-10 • 55 minutes
Listener Qs 19
Thank you all so much! None of this would be possible without you! Editing by Luisa Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals: Support us at Patreon: Follow us on Twitter: Join our Facebook... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-10 • 33 minutes
Episode 112: EP. 125 Family Part 4
This week we are family, I got all my siblings with me! Yes join Mike and Danny as they continue their exploration into the murky depths of family life. Should Danny beat his children? Would this contribute to the dialectical development of the universal spirit? Do philosophers give us the families their philosophies deserve? Just how natural is the family? Does “speaking as a parent” give one greater access to epistemic certainty or simply render as opinionated elitists? Can any one person or group provide... (@PhilosophyWtf)