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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-Feb-25 05:41 UTC. Episodes: 578. Minimum length: 5 minutes. Hide descriptions. Switch to ranked view. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Episodes
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 • 57 minutes
Interview with Professor Flagg Taylor on "Loss of the Creature"
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 • 7 minutes
Introducing Against the Odds
In July 2018, 12 youth soccer players and their coach found themselves trapped 6 miles deep in a cave with no food or water and depleting oxygen. The rock formed maze became almost completely submerged as the water rose to levels nearly impossible for survival. There was no light and no way to communicate with the outside world. The first season of Wondery’s new original series Against the Odds takes you into the incredible events of when an adventurous group of teens found themselves fighting to save their... (@seanmcarroll)
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... (@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-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
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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 • 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... (@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 on 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... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-22 • 39 minutes
E38. "In Their Image" - What happens when a Teddy Bear 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, Dusty Rhodes’ mentorship, overcoming drug addiction, the importance of a healthy mindset and gratitude for success, how living a life of service gives Marc incredible meaning, and how his relationships inspired him to become the man he is today. (@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. (@DavidPZone1)
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)
Dr. Eric Steinhart joins Dr. J to talk about navigating compossible worlds and timelines, tech gods (and monsters), mental illness, books that (maybe) shouldn't be read, and "Bandersnatch." (@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
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... (@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 immortality, what a techno-topian future would look like, moving with the technological advances instead of resisting them, what life could look like if most of our jobs become automated, and the invariable link between philosophy and science-fiction. (@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 on 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... (@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 • 66 minutes
PEL Presents (sub)Text: Love and Nostalgia in Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall”
Alvy Singer is not, he tells us, a depressive character. It’s just that as a child he always worried that the expanding universe would one day break apart; and as an adult that romantic relationships must always fall apart. With Annie Hall, he... (@PartiallyExLife)
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 • 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. (@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? (@DavidPZone1)
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
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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)
Dr. Roman V. Yampolyskiy joins Dr. J to talk about robot dogs, poker playing AIs, the control problem, how long we have left before the rise of the machines, what it would be like to be a superintelligence's pet, and "Metalhead." (@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... (@leftofphilosophy)
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 • 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 • 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)
podcast image2021-Feb-09 • 98 minutes
Episode 206: Angel Chasing (Ted Chiang's "Hell is the Absence of God")
David and Tamler return to the TCU (Ted Chiang Universe) to talk about his short story “Hell is the Absence of God." How would we behave if we had unequivocal proof of God, heaven, hell, and angels? Would that answer our questions about meaning and purpose and justice? Or would those same questions reappear in a different guise? Plus, the hard problem of breakfast, Jewish Space Lasers, and more… (@verybadwizards)
podcast image2021-Feb-09 • 86 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 30: The Seducer, Self-Creation and The Aesthete
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 30: The Seducer, Self-Creation and The Aesthete by Sacred and Profane Love (@eudaimoniapod)
podcast image2021-Feb-09 • 22 minutes
Seneca, Letter 66 - Virtue And Kinds Of Goods - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Stoic philosopher Seneca's Letters, this one looking at Letter 66 It discusses how two key Stoic ideas about virtue and goods come together. One of these is the paradoxical assertion that all goods are equal, and the other is that there are three kinds of goods. Seneca addresses this by arguing that virtue is the highest good which makes other things good, that virtue as such is always equal, never greater or lesser, and that the circumstances or matters i... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-09
Episode #18: Ask a Philosopher with Ian Olasov
Ian Olasov is a doctoral candidate in philosophy at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and a public philosopher at large. In his new book, Ask a Philosopher: Answer to Your Most Important and Most Unexpected Questions, Ian weighs in on the results of a social experiment he has run for … Continue reading "Episode #18: Ask a Philosopher with Ian Olasov" (@DavidEStorey)
podcast image2021-Feb-09 • 24 minutes
Everything We Cannot Know | Henry Gee
How much can we possibly know about the universe? And where do the boundaries of scientific knowledge lie? The more we discover, the more we realise we have yet to learn. On today’s episode we’re discussing the philosophy of science and the limits o (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Feb-09 • 51 minutes
16. Monogamy
On this episode of Overthink, Ellie and David dive into monogamy. Ellie jumps into her obsession with reality shows centered around monogamy that are actually examples of polyamory, aka the entire Bachelor franchise. Then they discuss the appeal to... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Feb-09 • 58 minutes
L’Origine des espèces de Darwin (2/4) : Qu’est-ce que la sélection naturelle ?
durée : 00:58:26 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Et si derrière la beauté et l'harmonie de la nature se cachait en fait le chaos ? Les plus forts survivent et les autres disparaissent dans une lutte acharnée pour l'existence. Mais est-ce véritablement la thèse de Darwin ? Comment fonctionne cette sélection ? Est-elle applicable à l'être humain ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Thierry Hoquet philosophe, professeur à l’Université Paris Nanterre (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-09 • 26 minutes
Seana Shiffrin
I ask the philosopher Seana Shiffrin five questions about herself. | | Seana Shiffrin is Professor of Philosophy and Pete Kameron Professor of Law and Social Justice at UCLA. She is the author of “Speech Matters: On Lying, Morality, and the Law” (2014). (@KieranSetiya)
podcast image2021-Feb-09 • 54 minutes
"On Task: How Our Brain Gets Things Done" with Professor David Badre
Neural mechanisms in the human brain that are responsible for generating and keeping track of plans, and influencing a cascade of brain states that can link our goals with the correct actions are known as Cognitive Control. These mechanisms and processes enable us to transform plans and goals into actions. Cognitive Control, also known as Executive Control inhibits automatic responses and supports flexible, adaptive responses and enables sophisticated actions to achieve desired goals. From making a cup of c... (@BTG_ie)
podcast image2021-Feb-08 • 46 minutes
#428 Stanley Fish - There's No Such Thing as Free Speech
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podcast image2021-Feb-08 • 12 minutes
PREVIEW-Ep. 262: Nietzsche on Self-Denial (Part Two)
More on essay three of Nietzsche's Genealogy of Morals on the meaning of ascetic ideals. How does asceticism fit into N's overall morality, and how does he use it to critique scientists? To hear this , you'll need to go sign up at . (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Feb-08 • 98 minutes
133 | Ziya Tong on Realities We Don't See
I talk with science journalist Ziya Tong about how what we see and think about shapes how we live in the world. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Feb-08 • 90 minutes
STM Podcast #84: Martha Lawton - The Effects of Unstable Income, The Welfare Stigma, The Gig Economy
On episode 84, we welcome back Martha Lawton to discuss the how the pandemic worsened social mobility and exacerbated unstable incomes, the gig economy and how it pits us against one another, the beliefs and cognitive distortions of welfare recipients, the emotional effects of poverty, the barriers to accessing the social safety net, why people more often decline rather than accept entitlement benefits, and advice for policy makers to support struggling economies. (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-Feb-08 • 13 minutes
Seneca, Letter 65 - Platonic, Aristotelian, And Stoic Causes - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Stoic philosopher Seneca's Letters, this one looking at Letter 65 It focuses specifically on his discussions of the types of causes understood from Stoic, Aristotelian, and Platonic perspectives. Seneca enumerates the four Aristotelian causes - material, efficient, formal, and final and adds to these the Platonic model or exemplar. From the Stoic perspective, none of these, except for the efficient cause - understood as the productive reason (ratio effici... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-08 • 81 minutes
S02E19: Quantum Computing - Sean Holland
Have artificial intelligence fears been overblown? Are we glossing over the much more pressing issue of weaponized quantum computing? Or are these tandem problems? What the heck is a computer anyway and what would make one "quantum"? | Jay discusses these issues and more with philosopher, consultant, and co-Founder of the QC Ethics Initiative (QCEthics.org) Sean Holland. | In the open, three famous rules of technology from Arthur C. Clarke help Jay demystify the computer with metal buckets, rocks, ropes and... (@DilemmaPodcast)
podcast image2021-Feb-08 • 58 minutes
L’Origine des espèces de Darwin (1/4) : Aux origines d’une théorie
durée : 00:58:18 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - La première édition de "L’Origine des espèces" de Darwin est épuisée le jour même de sa parution, le 24 novembre 1859. Que renferme ce livre essentiel ? En quoi la théorie de l'évolution a-t-elle révolutionné la pensée du vivant ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Jean-Claude Ameisen médecin, chercheur, président d’honneur du Comité consultatif national d’éthique et auteur de l'émission Sur les épaul... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-08 • 28 minutes
Vaccine Ethics
In this episode we consider essential questions for the production and distribution of vaccines. What is the ethics of ongoing vaccine trials, including the unblinding of those who received a placebo, now that vaccines have been licensed for emergency use? Are current methods of vaccine distribution just and efficient? What can and should be done differently? My guest is Danielle Wenner, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Carnegie Mellon University. (@PreissJoshua)
podcast image2021-Feb-08 • 45 minutes
Episode 13: Libertarianism, Part 3 (Non-Causal) with David Palmer
This is the third of a three-part series on varieties of libertarianism. In this episode, we talk with David Palmer about non-causal libertarianism.David's website:https://philosophy.utk.edu/staff... forthcoming article defending... (@thefreewillshow)
podcast image2021-Feb-08 • 71 minutes
Elizabeth Anderson on Talking to the Other Side
In the era of populism and political polarisation, listening to the other side has become harder than ever. Even agreeing to a common starting point, a set of facts about the world, has come to seem impossible. To many of us it seems that our political... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-08 • 46 minutes
E37. "Externalities" - While facts are unchanging, is 'truth' contextual?
Named “Top 20 Philosophy Podcast” for 2021!STORY SUMMARY: Set in the 1600’s, a traveling man of knowledge comes into town with his young assistant and assortment of books. Various townspeople come to visit him, paying to ask questions. Why do my gums bleed? Why does is steel I forge brittle? Finally, a wealthy man comes and asks if he should allow his daughter to marry the local guard. The traveling man says yes, that love is always a thing to respect. The wealthy man comes back later with his daughter and ... (@AfterDinnerCon)
podcast image2021-Feb-07 • 47 minutes
Is Academic Freedom Under Threat? | Spencer Case
Are universities a safe space for dangerous ideas? Does a right to academic freedom guarantee a culture that tolerates controversial views? Should universities limit the research fields of professors? | Micro Digressions Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/956725  | Spencer's Blog: https://www.spencercasephilosophy.com/ (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Feb-07 • 6 minutes
Ideology (guest contribution)
In this episode, Toby Buckle - host of the Political Philosophy Podcast - talks all about ideology, including how the term is understood by different people or groups, as well as what ideologies tend to represent. Enjoy, and check out the Political Philosophy Podcast for longer interview-style podcasts all about political philosophy.  | 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-Feb-07 • 26 minutes
HAP 69 - The Best We Have - The American Negro Academy
The ANA unites leading African American scholars of the early 20th century, including W.E.B. Du Bois, Paul Laurence Dunbar, William Ferris, Archibald Grimké, and Kelly Miller. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-07 • 28 minutes
Derrida and difficulty
In the late 1960s Michel Foucault, on being asked to grade an undergraduate dissertation written by Jacques Derrida, remarked “Well, it’s either an F or an A+” The philosophy community’s verdict on Derrida has changed little in the decades since. This week we’re talking with the author of a new biography of this enigmatic philosopher. (@DavidPZone1)
podcast image2021-Feb-07 • 45 minutes
Episode 91, ‘How to Save the World from Financialisation’ with Grace Blakeley (Part I - A World in Crisis)
Welcome to 'Episode 91 (Part I of II)’, in which we’ll be discussing global economics and the problems of financialisation with Grace Blakeley. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Feb-07 • 17 minutes
Seneca, Letter 58 - Types Of Being - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Stoic philosopher Seneca's Letters, this one looking at Letter 58 It discusses several important issues in metaphysics, spurred by considering 6 different types of things Plato is said to have considered to be beings or to have being. Seneca begins with some considerations about the Latin and Greek languages, about about the terms essentia, ousia, to on, and quod est, and then discusses what genera and species are, and how they are arranged in relation to ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-06 • 26 minutes
Episode #151 ... The Frankfurt School - Erich Fromm on Freedom
Today we continue our discussion of the work of Erich Fromm. (@iamstephenwest)
podcast image2021-Feb-06 • 9 minutes
80: W.E.B. Du Bois
More at http://philosophytalk.org/shows/web-du-b... historian, philosopher, editor, writer, and activist, W.E.B. DuBois was one of the most influential intellectuals of the twentieth century. The first African-American Ph.D. from Harvard University, DuBois died in Ghana after having renounced his American citizenship. In between he co-founded the NAACP and wrote "The Souls of Black Folk" (1903) as well as a number of other influential books that had a decisive impact on the development of African-American c... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Feb-05 • 13 minutes
Seneca, Letter 33 - Stoicism, System, And Maxims - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Stoic philosopher Seneca's Letters, this one looking at Letter 33 It focuses specifically on his response to Lucilius, who is asking him for maxims, or what we would nowadays call quotes or sound bites - short and catchy passages from Stoic texts that could be memorized as summaries of the doctrine. Seneca views Stoicism as a systematic philosophy, unable to be summed up in maxims, and provides several reasons why - although maxims are suitable for childre... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-05 • 70 minutes
#427 Arthur Glenberg: Embodied Cognition, Simulation, Mirror Neurons, and Education
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podcast image2021-Feb-05 • 53 minutes
"Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too" (with special guest, Karen Tongson)
Dr. Karen Tongson joins Dr. J to talk about celebrity, what makes pop music "popular," karaoke queerness, our digital afterlives, and "Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2021-Feb-05 • 59 minutes
Comment devenir vertueux avec Jankélévitch (4/4) : "Le courage n'est pas un savoir mais une décision"
durée : 00:59:02 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Suffit-il de décider d'être courageux pour y parvenir ? Le courage est-il une mise à l'épreuve de soi ? Quelle est la différence entre un aventurier et un aventureux, selon Jankélévitch ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Yoann Barbereau écrivain (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-05 • 118 minutes
Philosophy In Film - 039 - I'm Thinking of Ending Things
This week on Philosophy In Film, we tackle Charlie Kauffman's 2020 Psychological Thriller, "I'm Thinking of Ending Things". Our Philosopher's Corner segment examines the concept of Aesthetics and how it relates to the film before the conversation expands to include interiority, genre, alienation and whether or not this movie works or not. Featured Beer: Total Destruction To Your Mind, The Dandy Brewing Company (Calgary, Alberta) (@PhilInFilm)
podcast image2021-Feb-05 • 76 minutes
EV - 178 What Even is Metaphysics? with Donnchadh O' Conaill
My returning guest this week is Donnchadh O' Conaill, a post-doc at University of Fribourg in Switzerland, where he does work on metaphysics of the self. We try to explain what metaphysics and why you need it in your life. Donnchadh's Website: www.donnchadhoconaill.com Donnchadh's letterwiki with Naomi Thompson on carving reality at the joints: https://letter.wiki/conversation/723 Referenced materials: David Armstrong is Universals: An Opinionated Introduction (Westview Press, 1989) The one by G.J. Wa... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Feb-05 • 16 minutes
Plato, The Meno - Knowledge And Right Opinion - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's dialogue, the Meno. It focuses specifically on the distinction which Socrates makes there - as well as in other works - between Knowledge and Right Opinion 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 cha... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-04 • 66 minutes
Patron Bonus Episode - It's a god damn clip show!
Last week Josh and M reminisced about the podcast to their patrons. This week, you can listen in as well! (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Feb-04 • 242 minutes
Bonus | AIP Oral History Interview
I am interviewed by David Zierler for the Oral History Project of the American Institute of Physics. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Feb-04 • 73 minutes
#426 Lyle Steadman: Society, Kinship, Tradition, Ancestor Worship, and Religion
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podcast image2021-Feb-04 • 59 minutes
Comment devenir vertueux avec Jankélévitch (3/4) : Donner, sans rien attendre en retour ?
durée : 00:58:39 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Quel type de vertu est la gratitude ? À qui ou à quoi dit-on merci ? Ce merci doit-il être, comme l’amour pour Jankélévitch, inconditionnel ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Cynthia Fleury Philosophe et psychanalyste, professeure au Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, professeure associée à l'Ecole des Mines de Paris et directrice de la chaire de philosophie à l'hôpital S... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-04 • 33 minutes
Disinformation (redux)
Josh and M return to another "classic" episode and discuss "Disinformation!" Disinformation! Sorry, patrons; there is no bonus episode this week! — 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/cro... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Feb-04 • 54 minutes
Is “opinion” doing more harm than good?
Opinion writing plays a disproportionate role in our media eco-system: it drives online traffic, fuels emotion, feeds the forces of polarisation, and promotes an incapacity to understand one another. But is there a different way to think about opinion? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Feb-03 • 101 minutes
The case for one billion Americans, & more (Matt Yglesias)
Matt Yglesias talks about One Billion Americans, his book arguing that it’s in the United States’ national interest to dramatically boost its population, by expanding immigration and having more babies. Matt and Julia also discuss arguments for... (@Rspodcast)
podcast image2021-Feb-03 • 47 minutes
Peter Koellner on Penrose's New Argument concerning Minds and Machines | Episode 10
Professor Peter Koellner is a leading Logician and Philosopher based at Harvard University. He has made very important contributions to areas surrounding Mathematical Logic and today he was kind enough to join me for a discussion on Penrose's arguments... (@tedynenu)
podcast image2021-Feb-03 • 67 minutes
Interview with Professor Jan Blits on Shakespeare's Coriolanus | The New Thinkery Ep. 28
In this week's installment of The New Thinkery, the guys are joined by Jan Blits, Professor Emeritus in the University Honors Faculty at the University of Delaware. Together, they analyze the underlying philosophical themes of Shakespeare's Coriolanus. His edition is available from Hackett Press. Plus: stick around for Greg's infamous Q&A session! (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Feb-03 • 59 minutes
Comment devenir vertueux avec Jankélévitch (2/4) : L'humilité, une cure d'amaigrissement moral ?
durée : 00:58:40 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Faut-il absolument se délester des kilos de l'ego pour avancer sur le chemin de la morale ? Pourquoi devrait-on s'excuser d'exister ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : PIerre-Alban Gutkin-Guinfolleau enseignant dans le secondaire et le supérieur, doctorant à l’ENS-Ulm (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-03 • 55 minutes
0G134: For We Are Many (Bobiverse Book Two) and Pre-Contact Game Theory
We just couldn't stay away from the Bobiverse. We've chewed through the books like a big bag of brain candy. So we're doing a book a week for the next three weeks. This week is book two, we'll be discussing The Others and how we may already be losing... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-03 • 26 minutes
Episode 111: Ep.124 Family Part 3
This week, we didn’t ask to be born, right? Who is responsible for dragging us into this whole situation? Listen with mounting existential dread as Mike and Danny inform you that this is not your fault but your are stuck with it, there is nothing you can do about it, you just have to suck it up. Be dumbfounded with the revelation that as a parent you are empowered to grab the epistemic crayons and scrawl all over your children psyche. Yes! Go ahead! knock yourselves out and join in the pedagogic graffiti fe... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Feb-02 • 29 minutes
A Desire for Transcendent Meaning is Based on Fear | Carl Jung, Spiritual Bypassing, Transcendence, Psychedelics, and Being Human
Are you BSing yourself? Why do you need a divine plan? What is our meaning-making mechanisms? | Study mentioned: here (https://pharmrev.aspetjournals.org/cont... | 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-02
Misinformation
Quassim Cassam, Lisa Bortolotti, and Cailin O’Connor consider the world's misinformation problem, its causes, and some potential solutions. (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Feb-02 • 49 minutes
PEL Presents PMP#80: Reliving Groundhog Day (and Palm Springs, Russian Doll, etc.)
Happy Groundhog Day! The '93 film has had dozens of imitators spanning various genres in recent years, but the idea goes back more than a century. Mark, Erica, Brian, and guest Ken Gerber touch on popular and obscure examples examples from film and TV... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Feb-02 • 50 minutes
15. Marriage
On this episode of Overthink, Ellie, and David discuss the history and philosophy of marriage. Why do married people in the U.S. receive over 1,000 legal benefits that single people do not? Ellie and David dive into Foucault's analysis of ancient Roman... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Feb-02 • 12 minutes
Plato, The Meno - Can Virtue Be Taught? - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's dialogue, the Meno. It focuses specifically on his discussion in the second half of the dialogue bearing on whether virtue can be taught - and if so, who actually does teach it. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philosophy videos i... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Feb-02 • 43 minutes
Ep. 35: What is Intelligence? (Part I)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony discuss a number of general questions pertaining to intelligence. For questions or suggestions for future episodes: [email protected] (@LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast image2021-Feb-02 • 57 minutes
The Rise and Fall of Ideologies | Rory Stewart, Grace Blakeley, Michael Sandel
On today’s episode we’re discussing the role of idealism in the world of politics. Whether it's tribal nationalism, radical socialism, or environmental activism, the goals and ideals of politics are once again taking centre stage. Is a return to idealism (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Feb-02 • 59 minutes
Comment devenir vertueux avec Jankélévitch (1/4) : Un menteur peut-il être sincère ?
durée : 00:58:42 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Entre 1937 et 1946, Jankélévitch rédige son "Traité des vertus". Dans cet ouvrage colossal de près de 800 pages, il évoque courage, fidélité, bonté, tempérance, endurance, amour... Mais qu'est-ce qu'une vertu ? Et comment être vertueux selon Jankélévitch ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger, Laurence Malonda - invités : Laure Barillas enseignante-chercheuse en philosophie à l’université de Strasbourg et auteure d’... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Feb-01 • 83 minutes
#425 Azar Gat - Nations: The Long History and Deep Roots of Political Ethnicity and Nationalism
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podcast image2021-Feb-01 • 82 minutes
132 | Michael Levin on Growth, Form, Information, and the Self
I talk with biologist Michael Levin about how a combination of genetic information and physical constraints shape an organism. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Feb-01 • 53 minutes
Ep. 262: Nietzsche on Self-Denial (Part One)
On Friedrich Nietzsche's The Genealogy of Morals (1887), "Third essay: what do ascetic ideals mean?" Self-regulation, where we tamp down certain aspects of our personality, is necessary for disciplined action, but it can clearly go too far.... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Feb-01 • 62 minutes
STM Podcast #83: Helen De Cruz - Teaching Philosophy Through Science Fiction
On episode 83, we welcome back philosopher Helen De Cruz to discuss why science fiction is a great platform for bringing complex philosophical ideas to a wide audience, how philosophy is more about helping us become more fully human than about uncovering absolute truths, the roles of impulsivity and irrationality in dystopian literature, ethical dilemmas in the epidemics of sci-fi, and philosophy’s contribution to humans rising above their more selfish desires to lead more thoughtful lives. (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-Feb-01 • 58 minutes
Le corps féminin (1/4) : Philosophie du clitoris
durée : 00:58:09 - 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-Feb-01 • 28 minutes
Childcare in the Time of Covid
In this episode Candice Deal-Bartell and I discuss role of childcare and early childhood education in American society and the challenges of providing that care during the pandemic. Do providers have the resources necessary to perform their essential work? How can public policy better reflect the importance of this work and the value of workers who perform it, both during and after the Covid-19 crisis? Deal-Bartell is Founder and Director of Cultivate Mankato Child Care Center. (@PreissJoshua)
podcast image2021-Feb-01 • 64 minutes
Thomas P. Crocker, "Overcoming Necessity: Emergency, Constraint, and the Meanings of American Constitutionalism" (Yale UP, 2020)
A core duty of government is keeping those it governs safe. However, in modern democratic states, government is structured by a Constitution, which establishes constraints and checks on the power of any one office. But emergencies – from natural disasters to terrorist attacks – often call for a swift response that presses against those constraints and checks. In the United States, the President has claimed the authority to do what’s necessary to secure and protect the American people. Can such claims be squ... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2021-Feb-01 • 60 minutes
Maya Goldenberg on Vaccine Hesitancy
Most commentators treat vaccine hesitancy as part of a bigger problem: the death of expertise. Maya Goldenberg disagrees: vaccine hesitancy has to do with trust. According to the received narrative, people have stopped listening to experts, relying... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-31 • 92 minutes
PEL Presents (sub)Text: Yielding to Suggestion in Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”
On the moors of medieval Scotland, three witches hail the nobleman Macbeth as the future king—despite the fact that King Duncan is very much alive, and Macbeth is not in line to the throne. At the suggestion of power, Macbeth’s mind leaps to... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Jan-31 • 64 minutes
Which God Should You Believe in? | Eron Fasser
Are all Gods created equal? Are certain divine attributes less likely to be real given that multiples faiths exist?  Are religions like different paths leading to the same destination? (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Jan-31 • 22 minutes
Plato, The Meno - Goods, Knowledge, And Desire
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's dialogue, the Meno. Through a close reading of the text, this lecture brings together a number of passages treating several common themes -- what makes good things good for us, our desires for good or bad things, and the knowledge or wisdom we possess. 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 -... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-31 • 25 minutes
Podcast episode 12: Language as a system – Ferdinand de Saussure
In this episode, we look at Ferdinand de Saussure’s contributions to linguistics, which are widely considered to be foundational to the later movement of structuralism. Download | Spotify | Apple Podcasts References for Episode 12 Primary Sources Bloomfield, Leonard (1924),…Read more › (@hiphilangsci)
podcast image2021-Jan-31 • 17 minutes
Much Ado about Religion: Part 2
How does a 9th century Nyaya philosopher addresses the intersection of religious conflict and ruling power in India? Are feelings of offense reason to exclude certain religious practices? What lessons can we take from Nyaya philosophers on religious toleration, and are they internally consistent here? | To read the whole play, get the Clay Sanskrit Library translation of Much Ado about Religion by Csaba Dezsö, published 2005 by NYU Press. https://nyupress.org/9780814719794/much-... | Maniacal laugh sound ef... (@cmalcolmkeating)
podcast image2021-Jan-31 • 35 minutes
Free will, retribution and just deserts
Is free will an illusion? If so, it’s a very useful one. But if free will and moral responsibility can’t be justified philosophically, how should we deal with wrongdoers? (@DavidPZone1)
podcast image2021-Jan-31 • 6 minutes
Plato's 'Republic'
In this episode, I'll be going over some of the main themes and ideas in Plato's 'Republic', including ideas about justice and how Plato attempts to construct his 'ideal state'. 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-Jan-31 • 48 minutes
Episode 90, Arthur Schopenhauer (Part V - Further Analysis and Discussion)
Welcome to 'Episode 90 (Part V of V)’, in which we’ll be discussing Schopenhauer’s On Women, as well as engaging in some further analysis and discussion. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Jan-31 • 21 minutes
HoP 365 - Spirits in the Material World - Telesio and Campanella on Nature
Was the natural philosophy of Bernardino Telesio and Tommaso Campanella the first modern physical theory? (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-31 • 23 minutes
Episode #150 ... The Frankfurt School - Erich Fromm on Love
Today we discuss Erich Fromm and his work The Art of Loving. (@iamstephenwest)
podcast image2021-Jan-31 • 59 minutes
"Philosophy & Ethics of Technology" with Professor Peter-Paul Verbeek
Philosophical reflection on technology is not new, it is about as old as philosophy itself. However, as the impact of technology on everyday human life and on society keeps increasing, and new and emerging technologies permeate nearly every aspect of our daily lives, it is crucial that human-technology relationships are studied extensively and understood thoroughly. In this episode of Bridging the Gaps, I speak with philosopher Professor Peter-Paul Verbeek who suggests that human-technology relationships s... (@BTG_ie)
podcast image2021-Jan-30 • 12 minutes
Plato, The Meno - The Doctrine Of Recollection - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's dialogue, the Meno. It focuses specifically on. the Platonic doctrine of recollection as discussed by Socrates 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/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-30 • 6 minutes
3 YEARS + SUPPORT + 100 PATRONS
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podcast image2021-Jan-30 • 53 minutes
PEL Presents NEM#140: Larry Keel: Hillbilly Shredder to Singer-Songwriter
Larry has appeared on 20+ albums since co-founding Magraw Gap in 1990 and then becoming bandleader on '97. He's known for his lightning flat picking and has more recently added a good dose of social commentary and fundamental questioning to his... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Jan-29 • 60 minutes
#424 Stefaan Blancke: Science, Pseudoscience, Rationality, and Cultural Evolution
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podcast image2021-Jan-29 • 18 minutes
Episode #17. Jurisprudence Part 1 ft. Emilios Christodoulidis
This episode is one of two which looks at the philosophy of law. We discuss 'what is the law?', we look at the connection between law and justice, and between law and morality (legal Positivism vs. Natural law). We visit the peculiarities of legal reasoning, the connection to rights and values, and with an emphasis on the philosophy of language also on how the law both abhors and deploys ambiguity. (@ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image2021-Jan-29 • 74 minutes
"White Bear" (with special guest, Charles W. Mills)
Dr. Charles W. Mills talks to Dr. J about about punishment as spectacle, non-ideal theories of justice, why philosophers love science fiction, and "White Bear." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-29 • 59 minutes
Profession philosophe (81/100) : Paul Clavier : "Dans la philosophie, c’est le making of qui compte plutôt que le résultat !"
durée : 00:58:35 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Portrait du professeur passionné Paul Clavier qui introduit une chose rare aujourd'hui dans l'enseignement : l'humour, et pour qui la philosophie est le dialogue où l'on ne déloge pas l’autre de sa position mais où l'on cherche à comprendre comment il y est arrivé. - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Paul Clavier professeur de philosophie à l’université de Lorraine (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Jan-29 • 72 minutes
6 | What's Left of Positivism (with Dr. Liam Kofi Bright)
In this episode, we heal the divide between analytic and continental philosophy by finally giving logical positivism its due. Dr. Liam Kofi Bright (London School of Economics, @lastpositivist) explains the socialist roots of some of the positivists,... (@leftofphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-29 • 78 minutes
EV - 177 Secular vs Religious Ethics with Rabbi Josh Yuter
My guest this week is Rabbi Josh Yuter (@JYuter), my interlocutor in a letterwiki on secular and religious ethics. We discuss Josh's experiences with Jewish orthodoxy and how it contrasts with secular ethics. The letterwiki is a valuable companion piece but necessary to enjoy the episode. Josh's website: https://joshyuter.com/ Our Letter Exchange: https://letter.wiki/conversation/832 Con... Hillel the Elder Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals! http://www.filmedlivemusical... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Jan-29 • 110 minutes
Groundhog Day (w/ Kieran Setiya)
We are joined by Kieran Setiya (Philosophy, MIT) to discuss what makes life worth living, what's lost in an infinite time loop, and to what extent flourishing within such a loop is possible. Along the way, we explore grief, the midlife crisis, atelic actions, the Buddhist concept of Saṃsāra, Kierkegaard, female agency in a world dominated by the male perspective, and the metaphysics of time loops and time travel. Supervenience violations and imaginative resistance are considered, as is Bill Murray's career ... (@cowspod)
podcast image2021-Jan-29 • 53 minutes
We Get "Left Behind" (Episode 300)
Join Josh, M, and special patron Georgia, for a rousing game of "Left Behind", where the only person who had a Christian education is "forced" to do a Tricky Dicky impersonation... 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? ... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Jan-28 • 50 minutes
#423 Andrew Delton: Evolution, Politics, the Welfare State, Partisanship, and Voting Behavior
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podcast image2021-Jan-28 • 58 minutes
Je mange donc je suis (4/4) : Comment garder la ligne avec Rousseau ?
durée : 00:58:11 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Jean-Jacques Rousseau se délectait de plats simples : poires, fromages, lait... Mais au-delà d'une anecdote biographique, quel rôle tenait la nourriture dans sa pensée philosophique, morale et politique ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Olivier Assouly enseignant à l’Institut français de la mode à Paris, ainsi qu’à l’école des Beaux-Arts d’Angers, rattaché au laboratoire ACTE de l'Université Paris 1... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Jan-28
Putting Practice into Theory
More than simply an idea, but not a material object either, Steven French asks what kind of thing a scientific theory is (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-28 • 69 minutes
Iris Berent on Innate Knowledge and Why We Are Blind to Ourselves
The idea we have ‘innate knowledge’ seems quite wrong to most of us. But we do! And the intuitions leading us astray here also blind us to other aspects of human nature. We are all ‘blind storytellers’. Professor Iris Berent reveals what... (@NSthepodcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-28 • 54 minutes
Was Twitter right to suspend Trump?
Perhaps the most consequential event over the last two months was decision of social media companies to ban Donald Trump — permanently or indefinitely — from their platforms “due to the risk of further incitement of violence”. Why are some vaguely uneasy about this move? Are there valid ethical objections? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Jan-28 • 11 minutes
Plato, The Meno - The Meno Paradox - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's dialogue, the Meno. It focuses specifically on the famous conundrum called the Meno Paradox, which maintains that a person cannot seek to acquire knowledge of something they do not already know. 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 ph... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-27 • 47 minutes
PEL Presents PMP#79: The Fargo Formula w/ Tamler Sommers (Very Bad Wizards Crossover)
On the darkly comic '96 film and the 4-season crime show. Mark, Erica, Brian, and from consider its style, "tundra western" setting, "Minnesota nice", gender issues, stunt casting, absurdism, and more. Yes, there are spoilers, but it barely matters.... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Jan-27 • 11 minutes
518: The Rhetoric of Big Tech
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/rhe... Tech is known for its "disruption" of established industries and changing fundamental aspects of our lives from shopping and delivery to communication and transit. While many welcome these changes, there are also worries about privacy, fairness, and deregulation. So how do tech companies think about what it is they are doing and what justifies it? Who are their philosophical sources, and do they use them responsibly? What role does New Age thinking, Ayn Ra... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Jan-27 • 45 minutes
The Neuroscience of a Life Well-Lived
Professor Morten L. Kringlebach explains how recent advances in neuroimaging offer an insight into hedonia and eudaimonia, and draws out implications for neuropsychiatric disorders. Recent advances in whole-brain modelling have helped stratify the heterogeneity of anhedonia across neuropsychiatric disorders, and the key underlying components of the pleasure network. I will show how modelling of neuroimaging data from diverse hedonic routes such as psychedelics, meditation and music could potentially offer n... (@ethicsinthenews)
podcast image2021-Jan-27 • 55 minutes
Jonathan Swift's Battle of the Books | The New Thinkery Ep. 27
This week the guys are back to discuss Jonathan Swift. Everyone has heard of Gulliver's Travels and A Modest Proposal, but he has another work worth looking at: The Battle of the Books. Plus: the audience has voted on who the funniest co-host is. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Jan-27 • 58 minutes
Je mange donc je suis (3/4) : "Sans lard, point de roman"
durée : 00:58:12 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - "Sans lard, point de cuisine" affirme Alexandre Dumas, et pour l'écrivain Mathias Enard, "sans lard, point de roman" ! Comment la littérature se nourrit-elle de gastronomie ? Que les festivités commencent, en compagnie d'Alexandre Dumas, Marcel Proust, Rabelais et Platon. - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Mathias Énard écrivain (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Jan-27 • 59 minutes
0G133: Raised by Wolves and Raising Atheists
Welcome to the Ridley Scott appreciation hour, where the colors are desaturated but the allegories are dense AF. I'll be your creepy robomilk mother and Thomas will be your very nonthreatening and bland milk father. We're going to help you understand... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-27 • 19 minutes
Episode 110: Ep. 123 Family Part 2
This week listen in as Mike and Danny tell you that you aren’t bringing your kids up properly. Yes, in this offensive episode we upset both parents and the entire education industry by suggesting that one doesn’t know what it’s doing and the other is simply in it for the money. That’s right folks, here at WTF we play no favourites and know no fear in our quest to usher in a glorious utopian future. We built this city, we built this city on ideal forms and not on children reared on TV, celebrity gossip or ev... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Jan-27 • 30 minutes
44: Moral Grandstanding with Brandon Warmke
Brandon Warmke joins Christiane on the show today for a discussion of the importance of moral discourse. In recent years, you may have noticed a rise in the use of hyperbole and grand statement-making on... (@DePauwPrindle)
podcast image2021-Jan-26 • 8 minutes
Plato, The Meno - Socrates The Stingray - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's dialogue, the Meno. It focuses specifically on a metaphor used in the dialogue -- Socrates as a "stingray", saying that he is like an animal that stuns its prey, in this case stunning those who think they possess knowledge, and making them unable to use or demonstrate the knowledge they supposedly possess 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 s... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-26 • 93 minutes
Episode 205: Making Your Nervous System Your Ally (William James on "Habit")
Ever wonder why you’re still listening to VBW all of these years? Or why you check your phone 50 times a day? Or why you put on your pants the same way every morning? (If you still wear pants these days.) David and Tamler talk about William James’ essay on habits, why they’re so powerful, and how you can make your nervous system your ally instead of your enemy. Plus, a shocking new neuroscience study reveals that we remember and share funny stories more than boring ones. (@verybadwizards)
podcast image2021-Jan-26 • 30 minutes
Overcoming Individualism | Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad
In Western society, individualism is everywhere – whether it’s being fuelled by capitalism, technology or populist politics, we are being encouraged to think of ourselves more than ever before. But how do other parts of the world understand the self? Cha (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Jan-26 • 89 minutes
Thinking about Disagreement
Matt Lutz, an associate professor of philosophy at Wuhan University, joins Spencer Case to discuss philosophical conundrums about disagreement. Must we alter our beliefs in the face of disagreement? If so, then how much and in what circumstances? Along... (@SpencerJayCase)
podcast image2021-Jan-26 • 52 minutes
14. Buddhist Practice and Anti-Racism (feat. Jessica Locke)
On this episode of Overthink, Ellie and David sit down with Dr. Jessica Locke, an expert in Buddhist philosophy, to discuss mindfulness as a tool for anti-racist education and social justice work. After investigating the ways that Western science and... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Jan-26 • 58 minutes
Je mange donc je suis (2/4) : Dis-moi ce que tu manges, Brillat-Savarin te dira qui tu es
durée : 00:58:22 - Les Chemins de la philosophie - par : Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye - Avant de donner son nom à un fameux fromage, qui était Brillat-Savarin, penseur de la physiologie du goût, pour qui ce qui caractérise l’homme, c’est sa façon de se nourrir, sa gourmandise ? Y a-t-il une forme d’érotisme dans l’art de la table ? Devenons-nous ce que nous mangeons ? - réalisation : Nicolas Berger - invités : Bertrand Marquer professeur de littérature française du 19ème siècle à l’université de ... (@Philochemins)
podcast image2021-Jan-25 • 47 minutes
#422 Michael Tomasello: Interdependence, Shared Intentionality, Culture, 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-Jan-25 • 13 minutes
Plato, The Meno - Attempts To Define Virtue
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Plato's dialogue, the Meno. It focuses specifically on the attempts made in that dialogue to define "virtue," and looks at Socrates' objections to Meno's proposed definitions. 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 ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-25 • 57 minutes
Was Twitter right to ban Trump? w/ Peter Suciu and Alex Kantrowitz
In this episode, Jake and Ant look at whether banning Trump was the right thing to do for social media platforms. With our guests, Peter Suciu (Twitter: @PeterSuciu) and Alex Kantrowitz (twitter: @kantrowitz, podcast: https://redcircle.com/shows/big-technolo... we explore questions such as: are SM platforms utilities, is free speech the same as free access to platforms, what were the morally relevant contingent factors to this decision and what next for such SM platforms? | | This is our first guest-format... (@MoralityofThe)
podcast image2021-Jan-25 • 101 minutes
131 | Avi Loeb on Taking Aliens Seriously
I talk with astronomer Avi Loeb about interstellar interloper Oumuamua and how to think about detecting advanced alien life. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Jan-25 • 52 minutes
18/01/2021: Lee Walters on the Linguistic Approach to Ontology
Lee Walters is an Associate Professor in Philosophy at the University of Southampton. Prior to joining Southampton, Lee studied philosophy at UCL and taught at Oxford. Lee’s main interests are in metaphysics, the philosophy of language, and philosophical Logic, with a particular emphasis on the philosophy of fiction. Lee has been an Associate Editor of Analysis; a trustee of the British Society of Aesthetics; has held a British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship; and has been a junior fellow at the Institute for... (@Aristotweets)
podcast image2021-Jan-25 • 72 minutes
S02E18: Hostage - Michael Scott Moore
Michael Scott Moore was held captive by pirates in Somalia for 977. He recounts what philosophies and psychological tactics got him through the experience while he and Jay ponder the moral dilemma of whether or not to pay ransoms to criminals and terrorists. | Discussed in this episode: stoicism, a message from the Pope, living with guilt and gratitude, the elasticity of the human mind, and the loose analogy to being held captive by COVID-19. | Subscribe to Jay's low key email reminders to keep up with when... (@DilemmaPodcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-25 • 54 minutes
Episode 12: Libertarianism, Part 2 (Agent-Causal) with Timothy O'Connor
This episode is the second of a three-part series on varieties of libertarianism. In this episode, we talk with Timothy O'Connor about agent causal libertarianism.Tim's website: https://philosophy.indiana.edu/people/oc... book: Persons and... (@thefreewillshow)
podcast image2021-Jan-25 • 12 minutes
PREVIEW-Ep. 261: Derek Parfit on Personal Identity (Part Two)
More on Parfit's Reasons and Persons (1984), ch. 10-13. In this preview, we consider how Parfit deals with Bernard Williams' materialist thought experiment to show that the whole concept of personal identity doesn't make sense. Also, split brains! To... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Jan-25 • 55 minutes
Quassim Cassam on Conspiracy Theories
The SARS-Covid-2 pandemic brought to the surface something that has accompanied other pandemics in the past: conspiracy theories. Now, with several vaccines having been developed, the conspiracy theories have turned to them.But how should we understand... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-24 • 52 minutes
Is Abortion Immoral? | Nathan Nobis
Does a fetus have a right to life? Should there be any limitations on the choices that a woman makes over her own body?    | Nathan's book: https://www.abortionarguments.com/p/this... | Thomson's violinist: https://spot.colorado.edu/~heathwoo/Phil... (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Jan-24 • 17 minutes
Cicero, On Friendship - Avoiding Friendship To Be Free - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On Friendship Specifically it examines his discussion of a position on friendship that views it as unnecessary and even detrimental for the good life, the idea being that friendship requires us to care for others and to be involved in their affairs, whereas genuine happiness would be freedom from care and troubles. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd l... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-24 • 11 minutes
Socratic Dialogue with Samuel Jackson
In this episode, I'm joined by fellow Philosophy student Samuel Jackson to talk about Socratic dialogue, as seen in many of Plato's works. We speak about perception and idealism, and ask whether it is rational to say that an external material world exists, and more importantly, that it exists how we perceive it to exist. Enjoy! | If you'd like to request an episode for the podcast, or even do an episode yourself, please contact me on Instagram (@fiveminutephilosophy) or Twitter (@fiveminutephil1).  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2021-Jan-24 • 28 minutes
Philosophy in the wake of Empire part 5: Tracks of thought
As a young girl, Aileen Moreton-Robinson learned to track in the bush, and this was the beginning of her philosophical education. (@DavidPZone1)
podcast image2021-Jan-24 • 56 minutes
Episode 90, Arthur Schopenhauer (Part IV - Suffering, Aesthetics, and Ethics)
Welcome to 'Episode 90 (Part IV of V)’, in which we’ll be discussing Schopenhauer’s pessimism and solution to life’s suffering. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Jan-24 • 26 minutes
HAP 68 - The Problem of the Color Line - Introducing the Twentieth Century
By exploring the work and activities of W.E.B. Du Bois around the turn of the twentieth century, we introduce some of the themes of our coverage of that century. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-24 • 14 minutes
Cicero, On Friendship - Slowly Ending Friendships - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On Friendship Specifically it examines his advice about ending friendships slowly and carefully, rather than all at once and precipitously 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 m... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-24 • 11 minutes
455: Trolling, Bullying, and Flame Wars - Humility and Online Discourse
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/tro... up any online comments section and you’ll find them: internet trolls, from the mildly inflammatory to the viciously bullying. It seems that the ease of posting online leads many to abandon any semblance of intellectual humility. So can we have intellectual humility on an anonymous forum with little oversight and accountability? Does current online behavior portend the end of humility in the public domain? How do we encourage greater humility and less arrog... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Jan-23 • 38 minutes
E36. "Everyone's Gay In Space" - What if your clone was gay?
Named “Top 15 Podcast” for 2020!STORY SUMMARY: Douglas Junior and his wife both have a rare, recessive, genetic disease. They donate their blood to a lab to help them find a cure. Through a medical mix-up, Douglas Junior’s DNA is used to create his clone. 20 years later he finds out about his clone and reaches out to meet him. Things don’t go exactly as planned as Douglas Junior is a blue-collar working man, while his clone is a top-of-the-class gay student who plans to join the space program.DISCUSSION: In... (@AfterDinnerCon)
podcast image2021-Jan-22 • 77 minutes
#421 Steven Heine: Cultural Psychology, and How Psychology Varies Across Cultures
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podcast image2021-Jan-22 • 15 minutes
Cicero, On Friendship - Choosing Friends Carefully - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On Friendship Specifically it examines his discussion of why it is important to choose friends carefully. Cicero suggests that we need to test those with who we are in deepening relationships with, before trusting them entirely. 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 ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-22 • 35 minutes
Beyond Us: Knowledge with Rebecca Goldstein
Today we bring you the first episode of Beyond Us, an all-new series made in association with Essentia Foundation.  Few things are more valued by 21st century humans than knowledge. But how is it acquired? Cognitive psychology tells us that we lever (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Jan-22 • 52 minutes
"Arkangel" (with special guest, Shannon M. Mussett)
Dr. Shannon Mussett talks to Dr. J about surveillance technologies, helicopter parenting, the differences between Gen X and Gen Z childhoods, how we might avoid raising a generation of sociopaths, and "Arkangel." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-22 • 72 minutes
EV - 176 Wrestling with Conspiracy Theories with Dr. Ami Palmer
My guest this week is Dr. Ami Palmer (@FilosoferzBLike), a philosophy professor at Ohio Northern University. We discuss the ongoing epistemic crisis, the limits of models for addressing causes of the crisis, and where we're likely to go from here. Dr. Palmer's anti-science propaganda article: https://wrestling-with-philosophy.com/20... Convocation: Ben Franklin Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals! http://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/podcas... by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pod Ph... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Jan-22 • 80 minutes
Tenet
The cows reverse entropy to discuss Christopher Nolan's bewilderingly dense sci-fi masterpiece in this surprise bonus episode. Part one is a spoiler-free pitch for the movie, while part two explores themes and philosophical issues. Justin argues that the movie is a thematic trilogy with Inception and Interstellar about the evolving nature of parenthood, while Laura makes the case that Kat (Elizabeth Debicki) is the emotional core of the movie. Also covered are: what it is like to interact with time-inverted... (@cowspod)
podcast image2021-Jan-21 • 106 minutes
#420 Stephen Stearns: Life History Theory, and Evolutionary Medicine
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podcast image2021-Jan-21 • 38 minutes
Todd Noy
M tells Josh about the famous and mysterious Australian Pulitzer-prize winning author Todd Noy, and "Drago: On Mountains We Stand," the premiere piece of Rocky IV fan fiction he wrote. —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... or Podbean crowdf... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Jan-21 • 15 minutes
Cicero, On Friendship - Loving Things Vs. Loving Persons - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On Friendship Specifically it examines his discussion about what it is that people love in their friendships, whether it is things or persons. 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 ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-20 • 57 minutes
What’s wrong with tech companies banning people? (Julian Sanchez)
Companies like Twitter and Facebook are increasingly willing to ban users -- and even if you agree with their decisions, is it worrying that a few companies have so much power? Julia discusses with Julian Sanchez, expert on tech and civil liberties. (@Rspodcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-20 • 85 minutes
Jacob Klein's The Idea of Liberal Education | The New Thinkery Ep. 26
In this week's edition of The New Thinkery, the guys discuss Jacob Klein's The Idea of Liberal Education. Specifically, they delve into the questions raised by Klein's analysis of education and whether a liberal education is even possible today. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Jan-20 • 61 minutes
Fanny Söderbäck, "Revolutionary Time: On Time and Difference in Kristeva and Irigaray" (SUNY Press, 2019)
What is the relationship between time and sexual difference? Are the categories of linearity and circularity that have so dominated conceptions of time sufficient for the emancipatory aims of feminist theory and praxis? In Revolutionary Time: On Time and Difference in Kristeva and Irigaray (SUNY Press, 2019), Fanny Söderbäck engages the work of Julia Kristeva and Luce Irigaray to argue that neither linear nor circular models of time make change possible. Only through returning to and revitalizing the past c... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2021-Jan-20 • 54 minutes
0G132: Altered States and Psychonautics
Time to turn on, tune in, and pod out! Can't stop here, this is pod country! Y'all mind if I do a pod? And other such drug culture humor. We're doing the classic Altered States and discussing the philosophy of the psychonauts. Lets get wild! ... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-20 • 97 minutes
Philosophy In Film - 038 - Moon
The Philosophy In Film Podcast returns for 2021 with an episode featuring Duncan Jones' 2009 science fiction film "Moon". Once again broadcasting from separate locations, the hosts fight through some pre-recording connection problems and the Producer's desire to hijack the show with random facts about the moon to bring you a discussion primarily focused on the philosophical aspects of personal identity. Featured Beer: Full Moon Pale Ale, Alley Kat Brewing (Edmonton, Alberta) (@PhilInFilm)
podcast image2021-Jan-20 • 24 minutes
Find Truth. Kill Truth. Repeat. | Truth, Reality, and the Continued Pursuit of Understanding
Do you challenge your beliefs? Your truth? What is truth? What is "your truth"? What is objective truth? What is subjective 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-Jan-20 • 22 minutes
Episode 109: Ep. 122 Philosophy and Family
It’s 2021 and we are back to bring philosophy to the masses! Join Mike and Danny as they emerge blinking from the darkness of 2020 bloated with the excesses of the festive season. Listen in with mild disappointment as Mike stuffs his face with leftover Christmas cake and Danny confesses, to his enduring shame, that he consumes sell-by mince pies behind closed doors to the everlasting embarrassment of his family and amidst the sound of his crying children. Yes, families, what are they for exactly? You can c... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Jan-20 • 51 minutes
Is "cancel culture" really constricting free speech?
How does liberal democracy manage incommensurable disagreement? Do the moral and political demands for justice and inclusion trump the principles of free expression and open debate? What is the moral status of "opinion"? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Jan-19 • 22 minutes
All's fair in love and war
Simon’s job in a Yemeni refugee camp was to enforce a new rule about food distribution. By following orders, he left people hungry and started a riot. A production of The Ethics Centre. Mix: Bryce... (@TheRealEGS)
podcast image2021-Jan-19 • 46 minutes
Ep. 34: What is Death? ft. Sal Mignano, D.O. (Part II)
In this episode, Giuseppe, Anthony, and Pathologist Sal Mignano continue their discussion on death. For questions or suggestions for future episodes: [email protected] (@LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast image2021-Jan-19 • 23 minutes
Building the Future, Remembering the Past | Peter Tatchell
The LGBT+ community has won many hard fought battles. But that doesn't make up for the years of suffering caused by prejudice and oppression. So how should we redress the wrongs done to that community in the past? And is it even possible? On Today’s epis (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Jan-19 • 40 minutes
13. Performativity
On this episode of Overthink, Ellie and David explain what performativity is. They explain why the phrase "performative ally" is not philosophically accurate, and how performativity is rooted in theories about language and identity. They talk about... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Jan-19 • 14 minutes
Cicero, On Friendship - Criticizing Friends - Sadler's Lectures - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On Friendship Specifically it examines his discussion . . . . 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/gbisadler Purchase Cicero's O... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-18 • 89 minutes
#419 Christian List: Why Free Will Is Real
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podcast image2021-Jan-18 • 57 minutes
Ep. 261: Derek Parfit on Personal Identity (Part One)
On Reasons and Persons (1984), ch. 10-13. What makes a person persist over time? After using various sci-fi examples to test the Lockean (personhood=psychological continuity), physicalist (same brain=same person), and Cartesian (same soul=same... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Jan-18 • 76 minutes
130 | Frank Wilczek on the Present and Future of Fundamental Physics
I talk with Nobel Laureate Frank Wilczek about what fundamental physics is, and where it's likely to go in the future. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Jan-18 • 31 minutes
Nursing in a Pandemic
In this episode we discuss the challenges nurses face during the pandemic. Are their values, concerns, and expertise taken seriously? What practices or policies can make it easier (or harder) for nurses to continue to perform their essential work effectively? My guest is Beth Hawkes, acute care nurse, nursing development specialist, and author of numerous books and articles on nursing. (@PreissJoshua)
podcast image2021-Jan-18 • 52 minutes
David Runciman on Political Representation
On January the 6th, what started as a Trump rally in Washington DC, ended up in the violent storming of the Capitol, with, members of Congress being rushed to safety. Fuelled by the president’s words, calling the 2020 election results fraudulent,... (@newsphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-17 • 78 minutes
PEL Presents (sub)Text: Clever Hopes in W. H. Auden’s “September 1, 1939”
W. H. Auden hated this poem. He called it the most dishonest he had ever written, and eventually had it excluded from collections of his poetry. And yet it quickly became one of his most popular poems. And after the attacks of September 11, it was... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Jan-17 • 66 minutes
The Argument for Anarchism
Anarchism, or the view that we should not have a government, seems impractical. But Michael Huemer believes there is a way to understand Anarchism that not only resolves these impracticalities - it may provide a better society than the one we have now.  Michael Huemer's book, 'The Problem of Political Authority': https://www.amazon.com/Problem-Political... (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Jan-17 • 64 minutes
STM Podcast #82: Diamond Dallas Page Talks About DDPY, Wrestling Career, and Relentless
On episode 82, we welcome Diamond Dallas Page to discuss his journey in professional wrestling, the early formation of DDPY, the successful transformations its practitioners have experienced (including DDP himself), Page’s relationship with Jake “The Snake” Roberts and Jake’s resurrection through DDPY, DDPY and success mindsets - how changing the stories we tell ourselves can improve our well-being, DDP’s book Positively Unstoppable, and how DDP’s real life personality interacts with his in-ring (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-17 • 28 minutes
Philosophy in the wake of Empire part 4: Africa
Africa's rich and ancient philosophical traditions are being uncovered and introduced to the West - but is the West listening? (@DavidPZone1)
podcast image2021-Jan-17 • 47 minutes
Episode 90, Arthur Schopenhauer (Part III - The World as Will)
Welcome to 'Episode 90 (Part III of V)’, in which we’ll be discussing Schopenhauer’s metaphysics. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Jan-17 • 27 minutes
HoP 364 - Guido Giglioni on Renaissance Medicine
An interview with Guido Giglioni, who speaks to us about the sources and philosophical implications of medical works of the Renaissance. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-16 • 14 minutes
Cicero, On Friendship - Friendship, Superiority, And Inferiority - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On Friendship Specifically it examines his discussion of superiority and inferiority between the partners within a friendship, and what guidelines friends ought to observe. 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 fin... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-15 • 84 minutes
#418 Frederick Coolidge: Neuropsychology, Cognitive Archaeology, and Human Evolution
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podcast image2021-Jan-15 • 74 minutes
EV - 175 Cogtweeto Philosophy Workshop with Jennifer Foster and Cassie Finley
My guests this week are Jennifer Foster (@philoso_foster), a philosophy Ph.D. student at the University of Southern California, and Cassie Finley (@Angry_Cassie), a philosophy Ph.D. student at the University of Iowa. They’ve come together to organize the Cogtweeto Philosophy Workshop Series. We discuss the workshop and community organizing within philosophy twitter. Cogtweeto conference info: https://www.cogtweeto.com/ Daily Nous writeup: https://dailynous.com/2021/01/06/new-wor... Amber Naslund Editing ... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Jan-15 • 55 minutes
"Men Against Fire" (with special guest, Charles W. McKinney, Jr.)
Dr. Charles McKinney joins Dr. J to talk about dehumanization techniques, the importance of race-conscious thinking, the dangerous logic of eugenics, whether an anti-racist technology is possible (or desirable), and "Men Against Fire." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-15 • 67 minutes
"Hated in the Nation" (with special guest, Ammon Allred)
Dr. Ammon Allred joins Dr. J to talk about social media cesspools, climate change, the unwritten rules of hashtags, so-called "cancel culture," the Capitol insurrection, and "Hated in the Nation." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-15 • 12 minutes
Episode 9: Much Ado about Religion, Part 1
Join our hero Sankarshana as he travels around the kingdom, vanquishing foes...with reason. Part 1 of 2. | To read the whole play, get the Clay Sanskrit Library translation of Much Ado about Religion by Csaba Dezsö, published 2005 by NYU Press. https://nyupress.org/9780814719794/much-... | | --- | | Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/malcolm-keating/messag... | Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/malcolm-keating/suppor... (@cmalcolmkeating)
podcast image2021-Jan-15 • 14 minutes
5 Teaser | Beauvoir: Existentialism and Liberation
In this episode, we talk about Simone de Beauvoir's masterful book The Ethics of Ambiguity. We spend some time with her typology of inadequate ethical positions, focusing on the subhuman, the serious person, and the nihilist, and discuss what it means... (@leftofphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-15 • 141 minutes
The Conversation (w/ Robert Pierce)
The cows are visited by longtime San Francisco resident and old friend Robert Pierce to discuss Francis Ford Coppola's 70s paranoia thriller. Situated in the tumultuous transition period of the mid-1970s, the movie captures the cynicism of a generation slowly being engulfed by the temptations of urban renewal and fears of privacy violations. We consider how Coppola and Hackman craft a compelling character study out of a protagonist riddled with contradictions by injecting elements of their own life into the... (@cowspod)
podcast image2021-Jan-14 • 68 minutes
#417 Rick Shenkman - Political Animals: How Our Stone-Age Brain Gets in the Way of Smart Politics
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podcast image2021-Jan-14 • 14 minutes
Cicero, On Friendship - Friendship Arising From Nature - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On Friendship Specifically it examines his discussion of how the roots of genuine friendship - which is based in significant part on the perception of virtue - is based upon nature. 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-Jan-14 • 84 minutes
Coronavirus and ‘Disease X’
Professor Peter Millican interviews the Oxford scientists working at the forefront of research into Disease X - a pathogen which the World Health Organization added to their shortlist of blueprint priority diseases in 2018 to represent the hypothetical cause of our next pandemic... (@PhilFacOx)
podcast image2021-Jan-14 • 50 minutes
Ebola
Professor Peter Millican begins the final episode of this series in 2014, at the onset of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Whilst that pandemic officially ended in 2016, this virus has caused a brutal outbreak nearly every year since. After his discussion at the start of the series about whether Ebola may have been the disease that caused the Plague of Athens, has Peter arrived back where he started? (@PhilFacOx)
podcast image2021-Jan-14 • 52 minutes
HIV/AIDS
In the ninth episode of our History of Pandemics season, Professor Peter Millican leaves the perils of influenza behind, only to discover an entirely new virus: HIV. Many of you may remember the emerging panic that became the media narrative around HIV and the disease it can lead to, AIDS, and in this episode Peter follows the story from the beginning, with medical experts who’ve worked on the front line of this pandemic since the early days. (@PhilFacOx)
podcast image2021-Jan-14 • 47 minutes
The 'Spanish' Flu
Professor Peter Millican arrives in the twentieth century, during the last years of the Great War, to a pandemic which you may have read a lot about during the early coverage of our current COVID outbreak. After the Black Death, the so-called ‘Spanish’ Flu has one of the most famous monikers of any pandemic, but does it deserve such notoriety? (@PhilFacOx)
podcast image2021-Jan-14 • 46 minutes
'Russian' Flu: the pandemic that wasn't?
In this episode, Professor Peter Millican discusses a controversial outbreak... So-called 'Russian' Flu is either the first influenza pandemic we’ll be discussing, or it wasn’t the flu at all. It was either a disease which emerged from and then devastated the country it was named after, or an outbreak which the Russian people barely noticed at the time. It either deserves its place as the seventh pandemic we’re covering in the series, or it’s the pandemic that never was, an outlier in our historical narrat... (@PhilFacOx)
podcast image2021-Jan-14 • 38 minutes
Cholera
Professor Peter Millican makes it to the nineteenth century to discuss the achievements of John Snow - a man who either played a central role in the history of epidemiology, or was just one of many trying to tackle that century's foremost threat; cholera. Peter discusses Snow's role, water pump handles, and how we may very well still be experiencing this devastating pandemic today. (@PhilFacOx)
podcast image2021-Jan-13 • 48 minutes
PEL Presents PMP#77: The Big Screen Experience
What's the post-COVID future of movie theaters? Mark, Erica, and Brian compare past moviegoing habits and reflect on the big-screen vs. small-screen decision. How would we optimize the theatrical experience? We consider films affected like Tenet,... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Jan-13 • 10 minutes
517: Democracy By Numbers
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/dem... United States prides itself on being “the world’s greatest democracy,” which adheres to the principle, “one person, one vote.” Despite this, its elections are often highly contentious—presidents can be elected after losing the popular vote, there is widespread gerrymandering and voter purging, and not everyone has equal representation in the Senate. So what can we do to make elections in the US more fair? And how do we decide what counts as fair in the fir... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Jan-13 • 48 minutes
William James' The Moral Equivalent of War | The New Thinkery Ep. 25
In this week's episode of The New Thinkery, the guys discuss William James, one of the leading proponents of American pragmatism, on the question of whether our warlike passions can have a peaceful political outlet. Stay tuned to see which 2020 presidential candidate had a policy proposal in alignment with some of James' thoughts. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Jan-13 • 61 minutes
Dare to care
Josh and M review a 2017 paper by Amy Baker Benjamin - "9/11 as False Flag: Why International Law Must Dare to Care" | | Note: the audio on this episode is a little off for the first third of the recording due to technical errors on M's part. (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Jan-13 • 57 minutes
0G131: Tuvix and Transporter Murder
Today we sit in judgment of the greatest of all Star Trek captains for the least coherent of all possible moral choices. In the case of Janeway v. Tuvix, we rule summarily against Janeway and then do our best to pretend like it's an open question.... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-13 • 12 minutes
Cicero, On Friendship - Old Friends And New Friends - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On Friendship Specifically it examines his discussion about whether we ought to give priority to new friends or to old friends. Ideally, one would be open to new friendships with good prospects for genuine friendship and also maintain one's old friendships as well. 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 he... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-13 • 47 minutes
What is AI doing to the moral life?
It is the nature of technology to insinuate itself into our daily lives, and to convince us that it is both benevolent by design and utterly indispensable. Little wonder that we have invited digital domestic assistants into our homes and lives at an alarming rate — but at what cost? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Jan-12 • 18 minutes
And a toy xylophone
Michelle left a seven-year relationship abruptly, taking only a few clothes and a toy xylophone. Years later she wonders why. A production of The Ethics Centre. Mix: Bryce Halliday. Music: Breakmaster Cylinder & Blue Dot Sessions. Hosted &... (@TheRealEGS)
podcast image2021-Jan-12 • 97 minutes
Episode 204: Happy Freedom Day! (with Lauren Anderson)
The legendary Houston Ballet dancer Lauren Anderson joins us to talk about the Atlanta Episode “Juneteenth” (Season 1, Episode 9), a hilarious exploration of race, class, identity, and carrying around your sister’s underwear. But first David and Tamler share some thoughts on the topic on everyone’s mind right now…Bean Dad. Oh yeah and the Capitol riot. Pour yourself a Hennessy or some Emancipation Eggnog and enjoy. (@verybadwizards)
podcast image2021-Jan-12 • 14 minutes
How To Spot An Emergency | Santiago Zabala
Is the greatest emergency in our current age the absence of emergency itself? And how helpful is freedom in tackling emergencies? On today’s episode we’re discussing the philosophy of crises and how society should respond to emergencies. Santiago Zabala (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Jan-12 • 55 minutes
12. Conspiracy Theories (feat. Brian Keeley)
On this episode of Overthink, Ellie and David sit down with philosopher Brian Keeley to discuss conspiracy theories. The three examine both the appeal of conspiracy theories and the dire need for public trust in institutions to combat such beliefs.... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Jan-11 • 13 minutes
Cicero, On Friendship - Limits On Loyalty To Friends - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On Friendship Specifically it examines his discussion of the limits we ought to observe when friends ask us to do wrong, unjust, injurious, or harmful actions. Friends may ask us to do these things out of a sense of loyalty or affection towards them, or even demand them as a test of that To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contrib... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-11 • 84 minutes
#416 Evert Van de Vliert: Climate, Economics, Affluence, Social Organizations, and Culture
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podcast image2021-Jan-11 • 20 minutes
PREVIEW-Ep. 260: Locke on Moral Psychology
One last take on John Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1689), covering Book II, ch. 21 and 28. What makes a moral claim true? Do we have free will? What makes us choose the good, or not? In this coda to our long treatment of Locke's opus,... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Jan-11 • 104 minutes
129 | Solo: Democracy in America
I reflect on what recent events imply for the bigger questions of democracy and society. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Jan-11 • 51 minutes
Episode 11: Libertarianism, Part 1 (Event-Causal) with Christopher Franklin
This season begins with a three-part series on varieties of libertarianism. In this episode, we talk with Chris Franklin about his version of event-causal libertarianism.Chris's website:https://christopherefranklin.wee... book: A Minimal... (@thefreewillshow)
podcast image2021-Jan-11 • 71 minutes
Kyle Johannsen, "Wild Animal Ethics: The Moral and Political Problem of Wild Animal Suffering" (Routledge, 2020)
Many sentient (or possibly sentient) wild animals follow a reproductive strategy whereby they have large numbers of offspring, the vast majority of which suffer and die quickly or suffer and die slowly. Either way, there is a huge amount of suffering in the wild. And it is a truism in ethics that we have a duty to alleviate or prevent unnecessary suffering. If we could intervene in nature to prevent this suffering, shouldn’t we? In Wild Animal Ethics: The Moral and Political Problem of Wild Animal Sufferin... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2021-Jan-10 • 34 minutes
E35. "Sacrificing Mercy" - Would you let your spouse die for their faith?
Named “Top 15 Podcast” for 2020!STORY SUMMARY: A woman is diagnosed with a heart condition and is offered the ability to grow a new heart to replace hers. She declines based on her religious beliefs. Her husband, who has medical power of attorney, waits until she is unconscious and near death, and goes against her wishes and orders the life saving procedure. When she wakes and finds out what he has done she divorces him. Even after the divorce and going out of jail, he does not regret his choice.DISCUSSION:... (@AfterDinnerCon)
podcast image2021-Jan-10 • 71 minutes
STM Podcast #81: Jonathan Berman - Anti-Vaxx Skepticism, COVID-19 Vaccine, Conspiracy Theories
On episode 81, we welcome Professor Jonathan Berman to discuss the skepticism surrounding vaccine safety and efficacy - especially given the skepticism surrounding taking the Covid-19 vaccine, the motives of the anti-vaccine movement and the cognitive distortions underlying their beliefs, how and why people gravitate toward conspiracy theories, how we can begin dialogues with people who hold anti-scientific beliefs, and whether there should be hope for creating a more science-friendly world. (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-10 • 13 minutes
Cicero, On Friendship - Three Mistaken Views On Friendship - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On Friendship Specifically it examines his discussion of three common but mistaken limitations that many people place upon friendships, and why each of these represents a mistaken perspective. 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-Jan-10 • 15 minutes
Cicero, On Friendship - The Advantages Of Friendship - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On Friendship Specifically it examines his discussion of the advantages (utilitates) of friendship, which can generally only be enjoyed within the scope of a genuine friendship. 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-Jan-10 • 85 minutes
“A Philosophical Look at Ska and Jamaican Music”
Host Jack Russell Weinsten visits with Heather Augustyn, the author of "Women in Jamaican Music" and "Ska: The Rhythm of Liberation." (@whyradioshow)
podcast image2021-Jan-10 • 67 minutes
Face Blindness with Jeff Waters
What's it like to be unable to recognize faces? 2% of the population have a neurological condition called prosopagnosia, or face blindness - including this week's guest, and one of our hosts.  Listen to Jeff's Face Blind podcast here: https://faceblindpodcast.com/ (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Jan-10 • 48 minutes
Business Ethics in a Pandemic
In this episode Abraham Singer (Loyola University Chicago Quinlan School of Business) and I discuss business ethics and the Covid-19 pandemic. What is the responsibility of business actors - from pharmaceutical companies, landlords, and insurers to restaurant and shop owners - during the current economic and public health crisis? How should business managers respond to market, justice, and governmental failures? (@PreissJoshua)
podcast image2021-Jan-10 • 24 minutes
David Bather Woods on Schopenhauer on Compassion
Arthur Schopenhauer is best known for the deep pessimism of his book The World as Will and Representation. Here we focus on a slightly less pessimistic aspect of his philosophy: his views on compassion. Very unusually for an early nineteenth century thinker, he was influenced here by his reading of Indian philosophy. David Bather Woods is the interviewee. We are very grateful for sponsorship for this episode from St John's College. (@philosophybites)
podcast image2021-Jan-10 • 5 minutes
Ethical Subjectivism: Sartre and Nietzsche
In this episode, we'll be talking all about Sartre and Nietzsche's ethical subjectivism, and a bit about how their personal ethics were influenced by the rest of their philosophies. 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-Jan-10 • 28 minutes
Philosophy in the wake of Empire pt. 3: Missionary feminism
Feminist arguments in the West have been used to advance imperialist projects that inflict suffering on women in Iraq and Afghanistan. And the Western feminist focus on individual rights can be disastrous when played out in non-Western contexts. Is it time to rethink “missionary feminism”? (@DavidPZone1)
podcast image2021-Jan-10 • 50 minutes
Episode 90, Arthur Schopenhauer (Part II - The World as Representation)
Welcome to 'Episode 90 (Part II of V)’, in which we’ll be unpacking Schopenhauer’s epistemology. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Jan-10 • 51 minutes
HAP 67 - Chike Jeffers on Slavery and Diasporic Philosophy
Co-host Chike joins Peter to look back at series 2 and ahead to series 3. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-10 • 14 minutes
502: Comforting Conversations (Part 2)
More at www.philosophytalk.org/shows/comforting-... troubling, uncertain times, the arts and humanities are more important than ever. Engaging with works of literature can provide both much needed insight into our current struggles and a sense of perspective in a crisis. In what ways do novels or plays help us come to terms with human suffering? Can fictional narratives about past pandemics shed light on our current situation? And how can storytelling or music help bring us together in isolation? Josh and R... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Jan-09 • 14 minutes
Jay's Special Comment on The Coup with Michael Scott Moore
On the using of the word "coup" to describe the events in Washington on Jan 6 2021. | Subscribe to Jay's low key email reminders to keep up with when he writes something new, releases something new, appears as a guest on something, plans a live event, or has an urgent book or film recommendation at whatjaythinks.com (@DilemmaPodcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-09 • 22 minutes
Psychedelics, Mind, and Spirituality | Can You Imagine What it's like to be an Octopus?
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-Jan-08 • 14 minutes
Cicero, On Friendship - Defining Genuine Friendship - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher and statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's work, On Friendship Specifically it examines his discussion of the nature of genuine friendship. Cicero takes it to involve accord or agreement, mutual good will, and affection. Cicero also maintains that friendship in any full sense can only develop and exist between good people To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you ca... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-08 • 61 minutes
#415 Jacob Stegenga: Philosophy of Medicine, Evidence, Disease, and Medical Nihilism
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podcast image2021-Jan-08 • 56 minutes
"Be Right Back" (with special guest, Samir Chopra)
Dr. Samir Chopra joins Dr. J to talk about intelligent robots, personhood, the complicated machinations of human grief, and "Be Right Back." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-08 • 59 minutes
EV - 174 American Pragmatism with Joseph Clark
My guest this week is Joseph Clark (@clarkjosephf), a journalist and critic currently embedded with Philosophy Twitter. We discuss American Pragmatism and it's implications for epistemology and ethics. Joseph's Opinionated Introduction to Pragmatism: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XyGk... Hayden Bruce on twitter: https://twitter.com/HaydenSBruce Hayden Bruce's podcast: https://pragmaticchristian.com/podcast J... Howard on twitter: https://twitter.com/Jeffrey_Howard_ Jeff... Howard's podcast: https://e... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Jan-07 • 101 minutes
#414 Robert McCauley & George Graham: Hearing Voices and Other Matters of the Mind
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podcast image2021-Jan-07 • 10 minutes
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics - Moral Emotions - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics Specifically it focuses upon his discussion in book 2 of several emotional states with moral significance 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 chann... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-07 • 62 minutes
Would it be ethically justifiable to make the covid vaccine mandatory?
In this episode, Jake and Ant look at the ethics of mandatory vaccination, particularly in the context of covid and the year of mandatory lockdowns we've just been through. Arguably, vaccines have clearer benefits and fewer trade-offs than lockdowns, but precedent over the last few decades has been to enshrine people's freedom of choice on the matter (even if their opinions are based on debunked conspiracy theories). | | Does the covid crisis make for a different circumstance, particularly given all the r... (@MoralityofThe)
podcast image2021-Jan-06 • 50 minutes
PEL Presents PMP#76: Wonder Women (84 and Others) w/ Vi Burlew
Returning heroine Vi (now a grad student in comics history) joins Erica, Mark, and Brian to put the new film in context, bringing in the weird ideas of WW's creator as shown in the 2017 biopic Professor Marston and the Wonder Women. Do the new film's... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Jan-06 • 69 minutes
Interview with Professor Richard Velkley on Heidegger and Strauss | The New Thinkery Ep. 24
In this edition of The New Thinkery, the guys are back to help bring in the new year, and are joined by Dr. Richard Velkley, the Celia Scott Weatherhead Professor of Philosophy at Tulane University. They discuss Heidegger, Leo Strauss, and the underlying premises of philosophy. After you've heard the serious stuff, stick around for the lightning round Q&A at the end! (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2021-Jan-06 • 54 minutes
0G130: We Are Legion (We Are Bob) and Ethical Space Colonization Part 2
SCUT is up and running, we're cosmically interfaced now. Here's the Bobiverse schedule: 9am: Weird personal projects 10am-1pm: Save the universe 2pm-4pm: Softball 4pm-5pm: Small group discussions 5pm: Drinks! Editing by Luisa... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-06 • 12 minutes
Georgia 6th Update
M discusses that stuff in Georgia... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2021-Jan-06 • 44 minutes
After the fires, are we invited to moral community with trees?
Over summer last year, Australia witnessed the devastation of forests and the immolation of wildlife on an unimaginable scale. The emotional or even the tragic content of the bushfires has been — understandably — reserved for the loss of human life and home and livelihood, and for the loss of some non-human animals. But why do we grieve fauna and not flora? What if these fires present to us an invitation we refuse to heed: an invitation to rediscover moral companionship, moral community with trees? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2021-Jan-05 • 70 minutes
The case for racial colorblindness (Coleman Hughes)
Coleman Hughes explains why he favors a "colorblind" ideal and why the "race-conscious" camp disagrees with him. Coleman and Julia also discuss whether reparations are just, and what counts as racism. (@Rspodcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-05 • 39 minutes
Ep. 33: What is Death? ft. Sal Mignano, D.O. (Part I)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony are joined by D.O. Pathologist Sal Mignano for a discussion on the concept of death. For questions or suggestions for future episodes: [email protected] (@LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast image2021-Jan-05 • 22 minutes
The sincerest form of flattery
Lukasz is a font designer who wanted desperately to complete a project he cared deeply about. He was prepared to do anything – even if it meant ripping off someone else’s work. A production of The Ethics Centre. Mix: Bryce Halliday. Music:... (@TheRealEGS)
podcast image2021-Jan-05 • 30 minutes
Ditching Selfish Ideologies | John Milbank
We value the feeling of happiness above all else. But is it time we outgrew this self-centred ideology? On today’s episode we’re discussing happiness and the future of our society. Joining us to share his vision for a post-liberal society is John Milbank (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2021-Jan-05 • 9 minutes
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics - Intrinsically Bad Actions - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics Specifically it focuses upon his discussion in book 2 of certain actions and emotional states that are intrinsically bad. 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 ma... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-05 • 54 minutes
11. Me, Myself, and Zoom
On this episode of Overthink, Ellie and David discuss the ways in which Zoom has impacted our perception of the self and others. They begin by exploring the blurred lines of privacy that Zoom offers (who among us hasn’t cut their video feed to do a load... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2021-Jan-05 • 26 minutes
Episode #149 ... On Media pt. 2 - Marshall McLuhan
Today we discuss the work of Marshall McLuhan. (@iamstephenwest)
podcast image2021-Jan-04 • 11 minutes
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics - Virtue, Craft, And Knowledge - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics Specifically it focuses upon his discussion in book 2 about his notion of virtue and its connection with craft (tekhne) and knowledge. 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 vi... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-04 • 58 minutes
#413 Michael Anderson: Understanding How The Brain Evolved
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podcast image2021-Jan-04 • 87 minutes
128 | Joseph Henrich on the Weirdness of the West
I talk to anthropologist Joseph Henrich about the origin of WEIRD societies -- Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2021-Jan-04 • 71 minutes
Ep. 259: Locke Clarifies Misleading Complex Ideas (Part Two)
More on Book II (ch. 22-33) of John Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding. On relations, then personal identity, with more on substances (spiritual and material), the various ways in which ideas can go wrong, and how mental association... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Jan-04 • 93 minutes
S02E17: Atheistic search for god - Seth Andrews
Seth Andrews was a Christian Radio host in Tulsa Oklahoma before he began his intellectual journey to atheism. Jay and Seth discuss the philosophies underpinning the religious worldview and how it continues to inform our political landscape. | Jay lays out exactly what the title of this episode means with the help of his favorite Richard Feynman clip. | Subscribe to Jay's low key email reminders to keep up with when he writes something new, releases something new, appears as a guest on something, plans a li... (@DilemmaPodcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-04 • 53 minutes
Care in Crisis
Joan Tronto (Minnesota) and I discuss the importance or care work and care workers during the Covid-19 pandemic, including nurses, home health workers, child care providers, teachers, workers in food production and service, and nursing home staff. Do our politics and institutions reflect that importance? How do President-elect Biden's plans for care measure up? What policies could help countries best meet the care needs of their citizens and ensure that those who labor to meet those essential needs are not ... (@PreissJoshua)
podcast image2021-Jan-04 • 62 minutes
Regina Rini, "The Ethics of Microaggression" (Routledge, 2020)
Seemingly fleeting and barely legible insults, slights, and derogations might seem morally insignificant. They’re the byproducts of ordinary thoughtlessness and insensitivity; moreover, insofar as they inflict harm at all, the harm seems miniscule – hurt feelings, disappointment, annoyance, momentary frustration. Aren’t such things as insults and put-downs in the eye of the beholder, anyway? Surely, there are bigger fish to fry. In The Ethics of Microaggression (Routledge 2021), Regina Rini takes seriously ... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2021-Jan-03 • 88 minutes
Episode 004 - Alex Grzankowski on Reference and Attitude Ascriptions
In this first episode of 2021, I am delighted to welcome my colleague Alex Grzankowski (alexgrzankowski.com). We discuss questions in the philosophy of language and mind surrounding reference and the ascriptions of mental attitudes such as beliefs. Our discussion revolves around Saul Kripke's important paper "A Puzzle About Belief", In A. Margalit (ed.), Meaning and Use. Reidel. pp. 239--83 (1979). London Philosophy Talk ([email protected]) is a philosophy podcast of the Department of Philo... (@BirkbeckUoL)
podcast image2021-Jan-03 • 79 minutes
STM Podcast #80: Ashley Bohrer - Marxism and Intersectionality
On episode 80, we welcome philosopher Ashley Bohrer to discuss intersectionality and the importance of combatting racism, sexism, classism, and ableism; using tribalism and American exceptionalism to foment disdain for communist ideology; Ashley’s alternative to policing; gate-keeping in academia and how a sense of intellectual superiority can be replaced with a desire for significance in one’s community; and the importance of changing the world, not just thinking about its problems. (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2021-Jan-03 • 64 minutes
PEL Presents (sub)Text: The “Human Position” of Suffering in W.H. Auden’s “Musée des Beaux Arts”
As war loomed in Europe, the poet W.H. Auden left Britain for the United States. One of the poems he wrote just before leaving is about the nature of human suffering—or as Auden puts it, the “human position” of suffering: for the most part, it... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2021-Jan-03 • 51 minutes
Tenet Explained
Christopher Nolan's Tenet is a visual feast, but does it make any sense? Eron Fasser explains if you can you time travel to change the past and if Neil and Protagonist have free will?  Brain in a Vat Book:  www.smarturl.it/lockdownbook (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2021-Jan-03 • 13 minutes
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics - Virtue As A Norm For Evaluation - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics Specifically it focuses upon his discussion in book 2 of how the virtues function as a norm for evaluation of actions, patterns of behavior, and intentions 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 o... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-03 • 7 minutes
The School of Athens
In this episode, I'll be talking a bit about Raphael's painting, 'The School of Athens', including its context within the Renaissance and what we can see in the painting. 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-Jan-03 • 28 minutes
Philosophy in the wake of Empire pt. 2: Migrants and other Others
As refugees from the former colonies make their way to Europe, notions of “European life” and “European values” are facing unprecedented challenges. As postcolonial subjects, how should these migrants be received and understood? (@DavidPZone1)
podcast image2021-Jan-03 • 76 minutes
Episode 90, Arthur Schopenhauer (Part I - The Life of Schopenhauer)
Welcome to 'Episode 90 (Part I of V)’, where we’ll be exploring the life of Arthur Schopenhauer. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2021-Jan-03 • 21 minutes
HoP 363 - Man of Discoveries - Girolamo Cardano
The polymath Girolamo Cardano explores medicine, mathematics, philosophy of mind, and the interpretation of dreams. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-03 • 50 minutes
Episode 131: Greg Salmieri discusses egoism and altruism
Should you do everything that you do in order to benefit yourself? (@ElucidationsPod)
podcast image2021-Jan-03 • 13 minutes
501: Comforting Coversations (Part 1)
More at www.philosophytalk.org/shows/comforting-... troubling, uncertain times, the arts and humanities are more important than ever. Engaging with works of literature can provide both much needed insight into our current struggles and a sense of perspective in a crisis. In what ways do novels or plays help us come to terms with human suffering? Can fictional narratives about past pandemics shed light on our current situation? And how can storytelling or music help bring us together in isolation? Josh and R... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2021-Jan-01 • 10 minutes
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics - Pleasure, Pain, Virtue, And Vice - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics Specifically it focuses upon his discussion in book 2 of of the importance of pleasure and pain for virtue and vice 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 You... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2021-Jan-01 • 101 minutes
#412 Agner Fog: Cultural Evolution, Memetics, Politics and the Media
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podcast image2021-Jan-01 • 78 minutes
EV - 173 Patron Thanks Q and A with Thomas Smith
My guest this week is my good friend and Philosophers in Space cohost Thomas Smith. He joins me to help thank all the ETV patrons for their support and general chillness as the show continues to evolve. Y'all are the best, the void wouldn't exist without you. Convocation: Wareframe 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.com/ Suppor... us at Patreon.... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2021-Jan-01 • 13 minutes
Episode 8: Equivocating and other ways to lose
When is a door not really a door? When it's ajar! That old joke equivocates on two meanings of "ajar" In this episode we look at how equivocation can impact our reasoning, like when we ask, When is a doctor not really a doctor? We explore a few other ways that reasoning can go wrong and force us to lose in a debate. And listen until the end to hear what's planned for Episode 9. | Sources: | Matthew Dasti and Stephen Phillips, The Nyaya-sutra: Selections with Early Commentaries, Hackett Publishing, 2017. htt... (@cmalcolmkeating)
podcast image2021-Jan-01 • 49 minutes
Episode #16. Autonomy and End of Life Care ft. Ben Colburn
In this New Year’s special episode, Professor Ben Colburn joins Ross and Alexandros in an in-depth discussion of the meaning of autonomy in Moral and Political Philosophy. What does it mean to be autonomous and ultimately why is it a good thing? Join us in in contemplating these and many more questions in this special episode of Thoughts. (@ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image2021-Jan-01 • 13 minutes
Episode 108: Happy New Year 2021
2020 has finally gone away. Thank you for all your support last year! Let's celebrate 2021 with some New Year chat with Danny and Dr. Mike! (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2021-Jan-01 • 59 minutes
4 | Security, Supreme Concept of Bourgeois Society?
In our fourth episode we talk about security, digging into Mark Neocleous' argument, following Marx, that security rather than liberty is 'the supreme concept of bourgeois society'. But we also ask the thorny question of how the left can speak to... (@leftofphilosophy)
podcast image2021-Jan-01 • 80 minutes
Excalibur (w/ Bilge Ebiri)
The cows revisit the Arthurian legend with Bilge Ebiri (New York Magazine and Vulture). We discuss how the film weaves together opera and Jungian  archetypes while exploring humanity's complex and often violent relationship with nature, the challenges of self-governance, the allure of a benevolent dictator, and the tragedy befalling the virtuous leader who desires not to lead. Thematic links to the rest of Boorman's filmography are considered, as well as how Excalibur compares with other portrayals of ... (@cowspod)
podcast image2020-Dec-31 • 74 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 29: Thomas Mann's Death in Venice with Agnes Mueller
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 29: Thomas Mann's Death in Venice with Agnes Mueller by Sacred and Profane Love (@eudaimoniapod)
podcast image2020-Dec-31 • 67 minutes
"Black Museum" (with special guest, Zandria F. Robinson)
Dr. Zandria F. Robinson joins Dr. J to talk about whose bodies get sacrificed in the name of scientific advancement, the contours of consciousness, suffering as spectacle, ancestral ghosts, and "Black Museum." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-31 • 81 minutes
#411 Ann-Sophie Barwich - Smellosophy: What the Nose tells the Mind
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podcast image2020-Dec-31 • 178 minutes
2020 ABERRATION OR OMEN?
Can the political theory of time help us make sense of our feeling that 2020 was a uniquely bad - and in some ways unreal - year? (@PolPhilPod)
podcast image2020-Dec-31 • 14 minutes
New Year's Eve, 2020
M catches you up on the end of year conspiranews! (@conspiracism)
podcast image2020-Dec-30 • 16 minutes
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics - Virtue As The Mean - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics Specifically it focuses upon his discussion in book 2 of the notion of moral virtues as mean or middle states between vices of excess and of deficiency. 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 ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-30 • 58 minutes
Analyzing Plato's Symposium, Part IV: Eryximachus' Speech | The New Thinkery Ep. 23
Join the guys this week as they continue to break Plato's Symposium into sections and analyze the philosophical messages contained within. This week the guys take on Eryximachus' speech on love from the scientific perspective. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2020-Dec-30 • 54 minutes
0G129: We Are Legion (We Are Bob) and Ethically Raised AI Part 1
Welcome to the Bobnet, your one stop shop for all things bobiverse related. Here you'll find access to the latest in bobiverse content at faster than light speed. We've got the origin story of Bob-1 and the salvation of Earth from getting a wicked... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-30 • 51 minutes
Ordinary vices: Impatience
The vice of impatience reflects a particular relationship to time: the notion that time is a finite commodity that ‘must be made the most of’, not an opportunity for encounter or an invitation to attentiveness and mutual discovery. Better put, impatience is ultimately about control. (@RadioNational)
podcast image2020-Dec-29 • 17 minutes
Two kinds of bully
Dan saw a stranger harassing women and went over ready to punch him, to be the vigilante. When he got there he changed his mind. A production of The Ethics Centre. Mix: Bryce Halliday. Music: Breakmaster Cylinder & Blue Dot Sessions. Hosted &... (@TheRealEGS)
podcast image2020-Dec-29 • 45 minutes
10. Are New Year's Resolutions Worth It?
On this week’s episode of Overthink, Ellie and David debate the merit of New Year’s Resolutions. Only 8% of people keep the resolutions they set – so why do we continue to make resolutions? The duo discusses the importance of questioning the resolutions... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2020-Dec-29 • 50 minutes
Words and the World | Paul Muldoon, Jennifer Hornsby, Hilary Lawson, Rebecca Roache
How has language informed the evolution of philosophy? And is there a point where the usefulness of words ends? On today’s episode we’re discussing philosophy’s linguistic turn as well as the general relationship between language and philosophy. To help (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2020-Dec-29 • 17 minutes
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics - Virtue As Habitual Disposition - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics Specifically it focuses upon his discussion in book 2 of the question: what is a virtue? Aristotle treats virtues and vices as habitual dispositions (hexeis, in Greek) -- so what precisely does that mean? 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... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-28 • 90 minutes
#410 Edward Watts - Mortal Republic: How Rome Fell into Tyranny
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podcast image2020-Dec-28 • 47 minutes
Ep. 259: Locke Clarifies Misleading Complex Ideas (Part One)
On Book II (ch. 22-33) of John Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1689). Simple ideas get complex quickly when you put them into words, and can give rise to various philosophical problems that are either easily cleared up when you figure... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2020-Dec-28 • 41 minutes
E34. "Performance" - Are you simply what you repeat?
Named “Top 15 Podcast” for 2020!STORY SUMMARY: A weak spirited loser is contacted by the government and informed he has a twin that is the head of a powerful mafia organization. The government will pay him $1 million dollars if he goes through their program to learn the mannerisms and speech of his mafia twin and replace him in the organization. As the twin learns how to act like the mafia boss, he becomes more like him until he escapes the training program with the money and a new personality.DISCUSSION: A... (@AfterDinnerCon)
podcast image2020-Dec-27 • 47 minutes
STM Podcast #79: Interview For The Blog Of The American Philosophical Association
Philosopher Ashley Bohrer interviews Alen and Leon for the blog of the American Philosophical Association. They discuss Leon’s childhood, existential anxiety and how he found a remedy in philosophy, Alen’s early experiences and the ways they shaped his drive to understand people, his fascination with the human ego and its toxic effects on relationships, the importance of podcasts providing authentic dialogues, the intimate links between philosophy and psychology, and how ideas can become medicinal agen (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-27 • 10 minutes
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics - Virtue And Human Nature - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics Specifically it focuses upon his discussion in book 2 of of the relation between moral virtue and human nature 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 image2020-Dec-27 • 28 minutes
Philosophy in the wake of Empire pt. 1: The white way to think
This week – first in a five-part series – we look at racism and the unfortunate legacy of Immanuel Kant, who believed the non-white races were incapable of philosophical reflection. (@DavidPZone1)
podcast image2020-Dec-27 • 48 minutes
Episode 89, Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground (Part V - Further Analysis and Discussion)
Welcome to 'Episode 89 (Part V of V)’, where we’ll be giving our thoughts and analysis on Notes from Underground. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2020-Dec-27 • 28 minutes
HAP 66 - Lifting the Veil - Introducing W.E.B. Du Bois
W.E.B. Du Bois emerges as a historian, sociologist, and innovative philosophical thinker in the 1890s, and introduces his famous idea of "double consciousness." (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-27 • 43 minutes
Ep. 6 - Overcoming Cynicism through a Paradox
Timmy ONeill of Paradox Sports joins the show to discuss the impetus behind this trailblazing organization which provides climbing opportunities to the disabled. (@out_tower)
podcast image2020-Dec-26 • 18 minutes
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Brothers Karamazov - Freeing People Of Freedom - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky's work,The Brothers Karamazov, focusing on the fifth chapter of the fifth book, titled "The Grand Inquisitor", during which Ivan and Alyosha are engaged in philosophical discussion. Specifically it examines This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky's work,The Brothers Karamazov, focusing on the fifth chapter of the fifth book, titled "The Grand Inquisitor", during which Ivan and Alyosha... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-26 • 19 minutes
516: The Examined Year – 2020
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/exa... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2020-Dec-26 • 66 minutes
Conquering Anger and Fear
Tyler Paytas rejoins Spencer Case on Micro-Digressions to discuss the irrationality of anger and fear. They also touch on retributivism and strategies for overcoming anger and fear. (@SpencerJayCase)
podcast image2020-Dec-25 • 83 minutes
#409 Gordon Gallup: Orgasm, Sperm Competition, Mating Strategies, Self-Recognition, and Religion
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podcast image2020-Dec-25 • 6 minutes
Confucius (guest contribution)
For today's episode, the final instalment of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, a very special guest contributor speaks all about Confucius. Merry Christmas to all of my lovely listeners, and thank you for joining me every day for the past month for the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series - I will be back in the new year with more episodes! Enjoy.  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2020-Dec-25 • 69 minutes
EV - 172 Woking Up with Eiynah
My returning guest this week is Eiynah (@NiceMangos), host of the Polite Conversations and Woking Up podcasts. We follow up on the State of the IDW episode with a deep dive on Sam Harris. Eiynah makes some solid arguments that we shouldn't give Harris too much credit for his recent symbolic break with the IDW. Polite Conversations: https://soundcloud.com/politeconversatio... Up: https://soundcloud.com/politeconversatio... Tao Te Ching Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals! ... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2020-Dec-24 • 103 minutes
Philosophy In Film - 037 - Christmas Vacation
Philosophy In Film heads into the holidays with one last Christmas episode featuring "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation". Miles apart and broadcasting over questionable internet connections, Chris discusses the manner in which this film examines idealism, Alain tells us why it should be classified as a horror movie and Craig mostly just talks about the moon. Featured Beer: Brown Christmas Spiced Brown Belgian Winter Ale, Bent Stick Brewing (Edmonton, Alberta) (@PhilInFilm)
podcast image2020-Dec-24 • 14 minutes
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Brothers Karamazov - Unity, Rule, And Freedom - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky's work,The Brothers Karamazov, focusing on the fifth chapter of the fifth book, titled "The Grand Inquisitor", during which Ivan and Alyosha are engaged in philosophical discussion. Specifically it examines the third great temptation or question that the Grand Inquisitor argues Christ dealt with wrongly, the none bearing on rulership and power To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-24 • 28 minutes
A Very Special Xmas Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy
Josh and M reminisce about one of the best years ever! (@conspiracism)
podcast image2020-Dec-24 • 151 minutes
#408 Victoria Dougherty: Writing Fiction, Religion, Politics, Comedy, and Interesting Villains
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podcast image2020-Dec-24 • 126 minutes
Mark Lint's PEL Network Holiday Party 2020: Merry Chatting and Songs
Join the office party, where Mark holds mini conversations on philosophy, art, and life with all PEL and PMP co-hosts, plus , , and the members of , whose 12 tunes are presented in succession with in sight. Will these 12 spirits turn you (or Mark)... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2020-Dec-24 • 56 minutes
"USS Callister" (with special guest, David Gunkel)
Dr. David Gunkel joins Dr. J to talk about the possibility of virtual moral agents, the seriousness of online games, science fiction's bad politics, and "USS Callister." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-24 • 17 minutes
Is it fair to punish the whole class?
Have you ever been in a situation where someone did something wrong, but didn't own up? And then the teacher punished the whole class until the real culprit confessed! Is it fair for a whole group to be punished for something one person did? Molly, Carl and Matt go back to school to find out. Brains Trust — Somerset College in Queensland: Ethan, Saeesha, Spencer, Maddi, John, and Harry. (@matthewtbeard)
podcast image2020-Dec-24 • 23 minutes
Swimmers vs sharks — who matters most?
On a hot sunny day there's nothing Molly loves better than a swim in the ocean. But the sea can be dangerous, right? There are big waves, dangerous rips and SHARKS! Even though shark attacks are actually very rare, they can be deadly. So, should we kill sharks before they have a chance to kill us? Brains Trust: Guardian Angels Primary School in Queensland — Cienna, Daniel, Ellena, Eva, Kaizin and Laetitia. Paul De Gelder — Former Navy Diver and shark attack survivor. (@matthewtbeard)
podcast image2020-Dec-24 • 24 minutes
Do the ends justify the means?
When Matt doesn't have his nose in a big thick philosophy book, he loves watching movies. So when he invites Molly and Carl to "Matt's Mega Movie Trivia Night", they jump at the chance. But it's not any old trivia night, it's about ethics, and he asks only one big question: If you do something bad but you do it to make the end result good, does that make it okay? Brains Trust: Guardian Angels Primary School in Queensland — Cienna, Daniel, Ellena, Eva, Kaizin and Laetitia (@matthewtbeard)
podcast image2020-Dec-24 • 21 minutes
Should robots replace humans?
Imagine a future where robots do the jobs humans are doing now, like construction workers, nurses, musicians and truck drivers. We could spend more time relaxing and playing with our friends. Woo hoo, bring it on! But are there some jobs that robots can't or shouldn't do? Brains Trust: Guardian Angels Primary School in Queensland — Cienna, Daniel, Ellena, Eva, Kaizin and Laetitia (@matthewtbeard)
podcast image2020-Dec-24 • 23 minutes
Who owns a forest?
Molly and Carl take a riverboat adventure along the Amazon river in search of an elusive and very fragrant plant in the Amazon forest. But who owns this flower, and who owns the forest it's in? And who should get to decide what happens to the "the lungs of humanity", the Amazon rainforest? Brains Trust: Somerset College in Queensland — Charlotte, Abhiraj, Magnus, Isabel, Sarah and Archie (@matthewtbeard)
podcast image2020-Dec-23 • 15 minutes
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Brothers Karamazov - Miracles, Signs, And Freedom - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky's work,The Brothers Karamazov, focusing on the fifth chapter of the fifth book, titled "The Grand Inquisitor", during which Ivan and Alyosha are engaged in philosophical discussion. Specifically it examines the Grand Inquisitor's argument with Christ about why he should have addressed the second great "temptation" or question differently, and why the grand inquisitor and his colleagues have used miracle, mystery, and authorit... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-23
87 - AI and the Value Alignment Problem
How do we make sure that an AI does the right thing? How could we do this when we ourselves don't even agree on what the right thing might be? In this episode, I talk to Iason Gabriel about these questions. Iason is a political theorist and ethicist curr (@JohnDanaher)
podcast image2020-Dec-23 • 30 minutes
Episode 3: It's A Wonderful Life
For episode three, Joe is joined by philosopher Prof Shannon Dea (University of Regina, Canada), to discuss Frank Capra's It's A Wonderful Life (1946). (@HydeParkPH)
podcast image2020-Dec-23 • 73 minutes
Dickens' A Christmas Carol | The New Thinkery Ep. 22
In this week's episode of The New Thinkery, the guys discuss the Christmas classic: A Christmas Carol. They go through the book's plot, themes, underlying philosophical points, and talk about the cultural impact the book has had since its publication in the nineteenth century. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2020-Dec-23 • 5 minutes
The Grapes of Wrath, de Beauvoir and Engels
In this episode, the 23rd of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, I'll be analysing Steinbeck's novel 'The Grapes of Wrath' using the feminist socio-economic thought of Simone de Beauvoir and Friedrich Engels. Enjoy!  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2020-Dec-23 • 59 minutes
0G128: Dark City and Conspiracy Theory Logic
There's no time to actually explain, so pretend all this information is being stabbed into your face brain. We're covering the cult classic Dark City and discussing why it contains not just all past and future sci fi but also every conspiracy theory... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-23 • 42 minutes
Ordinary vices: Is pride an affront to, or the basis of, dignity?
Can pride be ‘redeemed’, and form the basis of human dignity, or is pride as such a form of moral corruption, a debased form of moral vision? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2020-Dec-22 • 22 minutes
The art of the scam
David knowingly led someone into a bad investment. Then he found out it was even worse than he'd thought. A production of The Ethics Centre. Mix: Bryce Halliday. Music: Breakmaster Cylinder & Blue Dot Sessions. Hosted & produced by Eleanor... (@TheRealEGS)
podcast image2020-Dec-22 • 23 minutes
Psychedelics, Mind, and the Brain | Where do our thoughts come from?
an episode hoping to get you to question where your ideas come from.... | 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 image2020-Dec-22 • 95 minutes
Episode 203: Gorgias, Tell Me Something I Don't Know (with Agnes Callard)
Philosopher Agnes Callard joins us to talk about Plato and his dialogue the Gorgias. Why did Plato write dialogues – are they the best way of presenting arguments? Is Plato cheating when characters contradict themselves by making dumb concessions, or is this part of his method - inviting readers to participate in the debates? Why does the Gorgias end on such a sour note, with Socrates giving long speeches after saying that long speeches shouldn’t be allowed? Plus we talk about Agnes’ recent op-ed in the New... (@verybadwizards)
podcast image2020-Dec-22 • 14 minutes
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Brothers Karamazov - Food And Freedom - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky's work,The Brothers Karamazov, focusing on the fifth chapter of the fifth book, titled "The Grand Inquisitor", during which Ivan and Alyosha are engaged in philosophical discussion. Specifically it examines the Grand Inquisitor's discussion of the first "temptation" or "question", about turning stones into loaves of bread. This has to do with the human tendency to give their allegiance and freedom to those who supply their bo... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-22 • 82 minutes
Are Democrats being irrational? (David Shor)
Data scientist David Shor discusses some of the bad choices made by Democratic political campaigns. What's the cause of the errors? Is it irrationality, coordination problems, or something else? (@Rspodcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-22 • 33 minutes
The Tyranny of Meritocracy | Michael Sandel
On Today’s episode we’re discussing meritocracy and social models of success. Is sorting people by merit dangerous and should we be championing an alternative model, one more attentive to the role of humility, solidarity and luck? Renowned philosopher Mi (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2020-Dec-22 • 51 minutes
Ep. 32: What is Science? (Part II)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony continue their conversation about Science. For questions or suggestions for future episodes: [email protected] (@LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast image2020-Dec-22 • 6 minutes
José Ortega y Gasset
In this episode, the 22nd of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, I'll be speaking a bit about the 20th Century Spanish philosopher José Ortega y Gasset and his ideas on perspectivism. Enjoy!  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2020-Dec-21 • 15 minutes
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Brothers Karamazov - Christ's Coming And The Grand Inquisitor
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky's work,The Brothers Karamazov, focusing on the fifth chapter of the fifth book, titled "The Grand Inquisitor", during which Ivan and Alyosha are engaged in philosophical discussion. Specifically it examines the Ivan's introduction of the Grand Inquisitor, in the "poem" of that title. Ivan introduces this figure in response to Alyosha's invocation of Christ in the preceding chapter. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patre... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-21 • 61 minutes
#407 Joseph LeDoux: The Deep History of Ourselves
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podcast image2020-Dec-21 • 91 minutes
Holiday Message 2020 | The Screwy Universe
Bonus episode in which I talk about the possibility that photons might rotate as they travel through the universe, and what that means for dark energy. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2020-Dec-21 • 109 minutes
REISSUE-PEL Ep 37: Locke on Political Power (w/ New Intro)
A 2011 episode on John Locke's Second Treatise on Government (1690), with a fresh introduction connecting it to the present. What makes political power legitimate? Like Hobbes, Locke thought that things are less than ideal without a society to keep... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2020-Dec-21 • 66 minutes
Paul Goldin, "The Art of Chinese Philosophy: Eight Classical Texts and How to Read Them" (Princeton UP, 2020)
Paul Goldin's book The Art of Chinese Philosophy: Eight Classical Texts and How to Read Them (Princeton UP, 2020) provides an unmatched introduction to eight of the most important works of classical Chinese philosophy--the Analects of Confucius, Mozi, Mencius, Laozi, Zhuangzi, Sunzi, Xunzi, and Han Feizi. Combining accessibility with the latest scholarship, Paul Goldin, one of the world's leading authorities on the history of Chinese philosophy, places these works in rich context as he explains the origin a... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2020-Dec-21 • 5 minutes
Gender Essentialism vs Gender Existentialism
In this episode, the 21st of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, I'll be talking all about the differences between gender essentialism and gender existentialism. 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 image2020-Dec-20 • 61 minutes
STM Podcast #78: Brian Muraresku - How Psychedelics Helped Form Religion and Philosophy
On episode 78 we welcome Brian Muraresku to discuss the development of Christianity and the subsequent banning of the mystery tradition, the archeo-chemical evidence for psychedelic use in the Abrahamic religious traditions and primitive societies, the psychotherapeutic effects of and resurgent research into psychedelics, and the leading roles that women played in the ancient mystery schools. (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-20 • 49 minutes
Ann-Sophie Barwich on the Surprising Neuroscience of Smell
Vision is the best understood sensory domain. But smell is turning out to be wonderfully strange and even more complex than sight. Dr Ann-Sophie Barwich joins me to explore ideas from her recent book Smellosophy. How is vomit related to parmesan... (@NSthepodcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-20 • 140 minutes
François Kammerer Live!
Join me for a conversation with François Kammerer, a Humboldt postdoctoral researcher at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany, as we discuss illusionism about phenomenal consciousness Francois’ website: https://www.francoiskammerer.com (@onemorebrown)
podcast image2020-Dec-20 • 6 minutes
Christian Moral Principles
In this episode, the 20th of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, we'll be talking all about Christian moral principles - more specifically, the differences between theonomous, heteronomous and autonomous approaches to Christian ethics and practices. Enjoy!  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2020-Dec-20 • 28 minutes
In the wild
For centuries, “the wild” has been thought of as the place where humans rarely or never go. Our cities are meant to be refuges from the wild, and the policies that govern our lives are intended to impose order on chaos. Is it time to rethink “the wild” for the 21st century? (@DavidPZone1)
podcast image2020-Dec-20 • 32 minutes
Episode 89, Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground (Part IV - Body and Blood)
Welcome to 'Episode 89 (Part IV of V)’, where we’ll be completing our reading of Notes from Underground. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2020-Dec-20 • 20 minutes
HoP 362 - Just What the Doctor Ordered - Renaissance Medicine
Connections between philosophy and advances in medicine, including the anatomy of Vesalius. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-20 • 16 minutes
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Brothers Karamazov - Cosmic Justice And Ivan's Rebellion
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky's work,The Brothers Karamazov, focusing on the fourth chapter of the fifth book, titled "Rebellion", during which Ivan and Alyosha are engaged in philosophical discussion. Specifically it examines the problem and paradox Ivan raises in his conversation with his brother Alyosha, namely that of the suffering of children, and the cruelty adults display to them. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-20 • 12 minutes
457: Faith and Humiity
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/fai... would argue that faith requires that one blindly—rather than rationally— believe. Faith in one ‘true’ religion often entails rejection of all others. Given this, can there ever be humility when it comes to religious faith? How unwavering should the faithful be when it comes to their religious convictions, attitudes, and actions? Should we encourage religious humility, or would it taint the very concept of faith? Can religious faith and intellectual humilit... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2020-Dec-19 • 12 minutes
Fighting pandemics
The 2020 pandemic has transformed our world, but it won’t be the last to do so. How should we prepare for the future? Along with one of the world’s leading epidemiologists, David Edmonds explores the science of pandemics – and why it is so uncertain. (@DavidEdmonds100)
podcast image2020-Dec-19 • 13 minutes
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Brothers Karamazov - Richard's Abuse, Conversion, And Execution
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky's work,The Brothers Karamazov, focusing on the fourth chapter of the fifth book, titled "Rebellion", during which Ivan and Alyosha are engaged in philosophical discussion. Specifically it examines the portion of Ivan's argument where he discusses the case of the Swiss boy who is neglected and abused by his foster parents, who becomes a criminal, converts to Christianity in prison, and then is executed. To support my ongoing ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-18 • 61 minutes
#406 Caleb Scharf: Life, on Earth and Elsewhere
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podcast image2020-Dec-18 • 71 minutes
3 | Laclau and Mouffe, or How we learned to hate class and love Derrida
In our third episode, we talk about Ernesto Laclau and Chantal Mouffe’s Hegemony and Socialist Strategy, the landmark text of post-Marxism. Both serious arguments and slam dunks ensue.patreon.com/leftofphilosophy | @leftofphilReferences:Ernesto Laclau... (@leftofphilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-18 • 76 minutes
2 | Stuart Hall: What are the politics of culture?
In this episode we discuss the work of cultural theorist Stuart Hall and his politics of culture. We focus on his relationship to Althusser and Gramsci with a detour through contemporary Black politics in the United States.patreon.com/leftofphilosophy |... (@leftofphilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-18 • 62 minutes
1 | Althusser: Marxism and Philosophy
In our inaugural episode, we talk about Louis Althusser’s pathbreaking work on philosophy and Marxism from the 1960s. Targets of reckless slander include Sartre and post-structuralist theories of agency.patreon.com/leftofphilosophy |... (@leftofphilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-18 • 53 minutes
"Nosedive" (with special guest, John Danaher)
Dr. John Danaher and Dr. J talk about social credit systems, the ubiquity of ranking metrics, whether or not its possible to go "off the grid," and "Nosedive." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-18 • 5 minutes
Bad Faith
In this episode, the 18th of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, we'll be looking at the notion of bad faith, as found in existential philosophy, as well as looking at Sartre and de Beauvoir's thoughts on it. Enjoy!  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2020-Dec-18 • 67 minutes
EV - 171 Cheap Talk with C Thi Nguyen
My returning guest this week is C Thi Nguyen (@add_hawk), a philosophy professor at University of Utah with a special interest in gaming and porn. We discuss porn, cheap talk, value capture, conspiracy theories and just so much other stuff. Highly recommend listening back to C Thi's first episode as we basically pick up where we left off there: https://voidpod.com/podcasts/2019/6/19/e... C Thi's Website: https://objectionable.net/ Invocation: Aaron's Void Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podca... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2020-Dec-18 • 87 minutes
Happy Gilmore (w/ Tim Gilman)
The cows hit the links with Tim Gilman (WMBR 88.1 FM Boston) to finish off 1996 with a comedy that just might be a bit deeper than it lets on. Why is Happy so angry? Could it be in reaction to the contempt shown by the moneyed elite to the working class, a response that reflects the current rise in popularity of populist demagogues across the world? Or might it be a reflection of his inner turmoil at being terrible at what he loves most? Along the way, we discuss our obligations to care for our elders, prop... (@cowspod)
podcast image2020-Dec-18 • 18 minutes
Fyodor Dostoevsky, Brothers Karamazov - Children, Cruelty, And Suffering - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th century novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky's work,The Brothers Karamazov, focusing on the fourth chapter of the fifth book, titled "Rebellion", during which Ivan and Alyosha are engaged in philosophical discussion. Specifically it examines the argument or complaint that Ivan makes about God, stemming from something like the philosophical problem of evil, but with a somewhat different conclusion, in his conversation with his brother Alyosha. To support my ongoing work... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-18 • 58 minutes
Are Conspiracy Theorists Irrational, David Coady?
Josh and M discuss “Are Conspiracy Theorists Irrational?” by David Coady, which appeared in the special issue of Episteme back 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 image2020-Dec-17 • 22 minutes
Episode 2: Blue Velvet
For episode two, Joe is joined by philosopher Dr Gerald Lang (University of Leeds), who has nominated David Lynch's Blue Velvet (1986). (@HydeParkPH)
podcast image2020-Dec-17 • 56 minutes
#405 Andrew Gallup: The Evolution of Aggression, and Yawning
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podcast image2020-Dec-17 • 5 minutes
Stoicism (guest contribution)
In this episode, the 17th of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, guest contributor Mr Oliver Gent - teacher of English and Classics at Stamford School - speaks all about Stoicism, including its origins and what it promotes. 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 image2020-Dec-16 • 10 minutes
Martin Heidegger, What Is Metaphysics - The Nothing, Selfhood, And Freedom - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the 20th century philosopher, Martin Heidegger, and focuses on his centrally important essay "What Is Metaphysics?" Here we examine his exposition of the relationship of what he terms "the Nothing", and the freedom and selfhood of Dasein, or human being. 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 - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM ... ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-16 • 59 minutes
Ep. 17 - (ft.) Philip Goff: On Panpsychism
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Phillip Goff about Panpsychism. We discuss what we mean by consciousness, why materialist reductionism doesn't satisfy as an explanation of its existence, and what Panpsychism can offer as a theory of consciousness. (@Jordan_C_Myers)
podcast image2020-Dec-16 • 6 minutes
Thomas Hobbes (guest contribution)
In this episode, the 16th of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, guest contributor James Farrow speaks all about Thomas Hobbes, in particular his 1651 work 'Leviathan'. 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 image2020-Dec-16 • 62 minutes
Aristotle on Virtue | The New Thinkery Ep. 21
In this week's episode of The New Thinkery, the guys discuss another of Aristotle's works, this time focusing on Aristotle's account of virtue in the second book of the Nicomachean Ethics. Plus: the guys read some of your reviews, and now Alex needs a paternity test? (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2020-Dec-16 • 52 minutes
9. Speaking Truth to Power (Parrhesia)
On this week’s episode of Overthink, Ellie and David dive into the concept of parrhesia (speaking truth to those in power). They discuss its origin in Ancient Greece with Socrates and Diogenes, as well as its resurgence in Foucault. The two get into... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2020-Dec-16 • 56 minutes
0G127: Anathem and Foucault, Part 4
Just when you thought we were done with Anathem, get ready for some shameless fanservice/host indulgence. Really though, adding this to our earlier coverage of Anathem feels like the completing of a personal project of worth. Hope it does something... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-16 • 36 minutes
Race, Justice, and the Pandemic
In this episode, Dedrick Asante-Muhammad and I discuss the racial wealth divide in the United States and the role historical injustice plays in determining vulnerability during the pandemic. With the crisis threatening to exacerbate economic and health disparities, what policies can ensure a more just and secure post-Covid society? Hosted by Joshua Preiss, Director of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) at Minnesota State University, Mankato and the author of Just Work for All: The American Dream in t... (@PreissJoshua)
podcast image2020-Dec-16 • 47 minutes
The “great audit”: Taking stock of 2020
This is a year that has thrown up a sometimes dizzying series of crises and moral conundrums. On this, our last show of 2020, we try to take stock of the major events and try to discern the underlying themes that come to light. What have we learned — about us, about our world, about our common life? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2020-Dec-15 • 61 minutes
Ep. 258: Locke on Acquiring Simple Ideas (Part Two)
Continuing on Book II (through ch. 20) of John Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1689). How do we acquire our ideas of pain and pleasure, duration and motion? We talk primary (shape, size) and secondary (color, sound) qualities, the former... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2020-Dec-15 • 13 minutes
Martin Heidegger, What Is Metaphysics - Previous Metaphysical Views On Nothing - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the 20th century philosopher, Martin Heidegger, and focuses on his centrally important essay "What Is Metaphysics?" Here we examine his discussion of the previous metaphysical interpretations - in Heidegger's view, misinterpretations - of the Nothing, found in ancient philosophy, Christian thought, and Hegel's Science of 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/... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-15 • 31 minutes
Overwhelmed By Choice | Renata Salecl
From eating to dating, the modern world presents us we are endless choices. But is this leading to lives full of anxiety and guilt? On today’s episode we’re discussing happiness and freedom of choice.  Renata Salecl is a philosopher, sociologist and (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2020-Dec-15 • 12 minutes
Counterfeit Reasons
When is a reason not a reason? According to Nyaya philosophers, when it's all smoke and no fire. In this episode we'll talk about how reasoning can go wrong when people use "counterfeit reasons," which don't actually support their claims. | Music: | Brittle Rille by Kevin MacLeod | Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/34... | License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4... | Sources: | Matthew Dasti and Stephen Phillips, The Nyaya-sutra: Selections with Early Commentaries, Hackett Publishing, 20... (@cmalcolmkeating)
podcast image2020-Dec-15
Religious Art
Mehreen Chida-Razvi, Ben Quash, and Lieke Wijnia discuss how traditions of religious art differ and what role art plays in religion today (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-14 • 25 minutes
Episode #148 ... On Media pt. 1 - Manufacturing Consent
Today we discuss the 1988 work of Chomsky and Herman entitled Manufacturing Consent. (@iamstephenwest)
podcast image2020-Dec-14 • 123 minutes
#404 Hanno Sauer: Ethics, Moral Realism, Moral Progress, and Human Rationality
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podcast image2020-Dec-14 • 13 minutes
Martin Heidegger, What Is Metaphysics - Original Anxiety And Everydayness
This lecture discusses the 20th century philosopher, Martin Heidegger, and focuses on his centrally important essay "What Is Metaphysics?" Here we examine Heidegger's focus on the mood or affective state of anxiety (Angst), by looking at what he calls "original anxiety", how it can break forth, and how most people manage to repress or distract themselves from it. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - ww... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-14 • 76 minutes
127 | Erich Jarvis on Language, Birds, and People
I talk with neurobiologist Erich Jarvis about the rare ability in species to learn how to make new sounds. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2020-Dec-14 • 85 minutes
S02E16: The Silence Beyond Sound - Scott Barry Kaufman
Why do we avoid intimacy when we know it is the deepest need we have? | Scott Barry Kaufman is an author, psychologist, and podcast host. His latest book "Transcend" continues the work of Abraham Maslow who introduced the hierarchy of needs. Jay and Scott discuss: peak experience, 1st order and 2nd order desires, the danger of gurus, the vulnerability of intimacy, the higher grumbles, utopias, and much more. | Jay ponders the tragedy of Jonestown and also asks the listeners for a future show idea.  | S... (@DilemmaPodcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-14 • 6 minutes
The Portrayal of Free Will in 'Hamlet'
In this episode, the 14th of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, we're doing a Philosophy/English Literature crossover, and will be looking at how free will is portrayed in Shakespeare's 'Hamlet'. 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 image2020-Dec-13 • 78 minutes
“How Important is the Brain to the Great Philosophical Questions?”
Host Jack Russell Weinstein visits with Dr. Patricia Churchland, Professor of Philosophy Emerita at the University of California, San Diego. Her work has focused on the interface between neuroscience and philosophy. (@whyradioshow)
podcast image2020-Dec-13 • 39 minutes
E33. "Love Sounds" - How much should you let family with mental health issues into your life?
Named “Top 15 Podcast” for 2020!STORY SUMMARY: The story is from the perspective of a mother and her interest in what she believes is her daughter’s pending marriage. She has mental health issues that lead her to be temporarily institutionalized after the birth of her child. The daughter meets with mother from time to time, but provides very little information about her life. The mother continues to get worse until she is picked up by the police after an episode at a perspective wedding venue. The daughter ... (@AfterDinnerCon)
podcast image2020-Dec-13 • 63 minutes
STM Podcast #77: Andreas Elpidorou - How Boredom, Frustration, and Anticipation Lead Us to Growth
On episode 77, we welcome philosopher Andreas Elpidorou to discuss the positive and negative aspects of boredom, frustration, and anticipation; the hedonic treadmill and why constant pleasure becomes tormenting; how frustration is associated with effort and pride; our podcasting journey and dealing with the aforementioned emotions; and how we can begin to utilize boredom, frustration, and anticipation to assess and creating more meaningful lives. (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-13 • 5 minutes
Relativism
In today's episode, the 13th of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, we'll be talking all about relativism - moral relativism, in particular - and some of the debate surrounding it. Enjoy!  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2020-Dec-13 • 28 minutes
The inside of anger
Anger is a normal human emotion, we seem to be hard wired for it. And there's a body of ethical opinion that says anger can be useful. But could we get along without it? (@DavidPZone1)
podcast image2020-Dec-13 • 25 minutes
Do the right thing
Lucia did something that made thousands of people's lives better, but some days she wishes she could take it all back. A production of The Ethics Centre. Mix: Bryce Halliday. Music: Breakmaster Cylinder & Blue Dot Sessions. Hosted &... (@TheRealEGS)
podcast image2020-Dec-13 • 50 minutes
Episode 89, Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground (Part III - Apropos of the Wet Snow)
Welcome to 'Episode 89 (Part III of V)’, where we’ll be diving into the past of our antihero. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2020-Dec-13 • 23 minutes
HAP 65 - Separate Fingers, One Hand - Booker T. Washington
Was Booker T. Washington’s “accomodationist” approach to race relations a failure to stand up to injustice or a cunning strategy for incremental change? (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-12 • 43 minutes
Bonus Episode: On the Rocks (2020)
The cows watched Sofia Coppola's latest and came to very different conclusions, which necessitated an emergency episode to sort it all out. Join us for a maybe autobiographical discussion of the complexities of modern parenting, gendered divisions of cognitive labor, and not losing yourself when asked to shoulder the emotional labor of your friends and family.  (@cowspod)
podcast image2020-Dec-12 • 12 minutes
Martin Heidegger, What Is Metaphysics - Mood and The Totality Of Beings - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the 20th century philosopher, Martin Heidegger, and focuses on his centrally important essay "What Is Metaphysics?" Here we examine Heidegger's discussion of how mood or attunement - affective states - allow us to do what the intellect does not, to be placed within the totality of beings as a whole. Certain moods do this in particularly important ways, and he discusses boredom and joy at this point - he will shortly discuss that of anxiety as well. To support my ongoing work, go to... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-12 • 5 minutes
Praxis
In this episode, the 12th of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, we'll be looking at the idea of Praxis and how it has been used by various philosophers, including Aristotle, Mary Daly, Rosemary Radford Ruether, Karl Marx and Hannah Arendt. Enjoy! | To contact me: Instagram (@fiveminutephilosophy)/Twitter (@fiveminutephil1).  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2020-Dec-12 • 11 minutes
The science of addiction
Some people are addicted to drugs, others to alcohol. Addicts often crave a substance, and yet when they inject or consume it, it doesn’t bring them any pleasure. David Edmonds finds out how humans can want something, but not like it. (@DavidEdmonds100)
podcast image2020-Dec-11 • 58 minutes
"Shut Up and Dance" (with special guest, Rick Lee)
Dr. Richard A. Lee joins Dr. J. to talk about surveillance, trolling, absolution, and "Shut Up and Dance." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-11 • 63 minutes
#403 Christopher Freiman - Why It's OK to Ignore Politics
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podcast image2020-Dec-11 • 62 minutes
Season 2 Episode 11: "Don't Call It Race"
We've reached the heart of the part of our series "Race: Is That a Thing?" devoted to statistics and data. Having laid the groundwork for understanding Bayesian techniques and machine learning—as well as the limits and discontents of those... (@AMLGpodcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-11 • 108 minutes
Philosophy In FIlm - 036 - Die Hard
In our the first ever outdoor winter broadcast from Alain's backyard, Philosophy In Film kicks off the holiday season with that age old Christmas favorite, John McTiernan's 1988 Action Thriller, "Die Hard". Different perspectives on the theme of masculinity are bantered around until the closing arguments, where three intoxicated hosts attempt to address the well travelled debate on whether or not Die Hard is a Christmas movie. Featured Beer: Claustrophobic Black IPA, Omen Brewing (Edmonton, Alberta) (@PhilInFilm)
podcast image2020-Dec-11 • 77 minutes
EV - 170 State of the IDW with Chris Kavanagh
My guest this week is Chris Kavanagh (@C_Kavanagh), a cognitive anthropologist/social scientist and cohost of the Decoding the Gurus podcast. We assess the state of the Intellectual Dark Web post election and discuss why conspiracy theories appear to be rampant in the IDW. Decoding the Gurus: https://decoding-the-gurus.captivate.fm/... Alan Moore Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals! http://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/podcas... by GW Rodriguez Sibling Pod Philosophers in S... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2020-Dec-10 • 26 minutes
Who Gets the Vaccine First?
With recent announcements of successful vaccine trials, perhaps the central ethical question of the pandemic is how to fairly and equitably distribute vaccines as they become available. This episode considers the principles that ought to govern the distribution of Covid-19 vaccines, and the ways that existing models and plans fail to show equal moral concern for those most vulnerable to harm. My guest is Florencia Luna, Director of Bioethics at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO) in Argen... (@PreissJoshua)
podcast image2020-Dec-10 • 32 minutes
Ferguson's Gang
Josh tells M about Ferguson's Gang, a group of conspirators who—in the early to mid Twentieth Century—conspired to preserve heritage buildings in the UK? — 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/pa... (@conspiracism)
podcast image2020-Dec-10 • 86 minutes
#402 David Geary - Male, Female: The Evolution of Human Sex Differences
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podcast image2020-Dec-10 • 17 minutes
Martin Heidegger, What Is Metaphysics - Sciences, Logic, And The Nothing
This lecture discusses the 20th century philosopher, Martin Heidegger, and focuses on his centrally important essay "What Is Metaphysics?" Here we examine Heidegger's discussion early on about the sciences as central to our way of grasping and understanding beings in modernity, the scope of logic, and what both of them leave out - the nothing. . . . 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 image2020-Dec-10 • 10 minutes
515: Minds and Matter
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/min... that seems to have a mind also has a body made of flesh and blood. But if we look at the diversity of animals found in the world, we find a huge variety of species that perceive and interact with the world in very different ways. Is there something all these species have in common? Are neurons and ganglia required, or can evolution generate consciousness in different ways? What can the study of evolutionary biology tell us about the nature of the mind? Jos... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2020-Dec-10 • 44 minutes
Surviving and Thriving On Curiosity | Garrick Jones
In our modern world of encroaching digital connectivity, is it curiosity that enables individuals and businesses to survive and thrive? On today’s episode we’re discussing curiosity and how practicing being curious can improve our private and professiona (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2020-Dec-10
Science Fiction and Philosophy
James Burton, Lewis Powell, and Lisa Walters explore philosophy and science fiction's shared history, putting the ‘phi’ back into ‘sci-fi’. (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-10 • 67 minutes
John Campbell, "Causation in Psychology" (Harvard UP, 2020)
Our practices of holding people morally and legally responsible for what they do rests on causal relationships between our mental states and our actions – a desire for revenge or a fear for one’s safety may cause a violent act. In either case, John Campbell argues, there is a psychological causal process that leads from the motivating mental state to the action. In Causation in Psychology (Harvard University Press, 2020), Campbell – who is professor of philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley, c... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2020-Dec-10 • 5 minutes
The Teleological Argument
In this episode, the 10th of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, we're going to be looking at the Teleological Argument, an argument for God's existence which infers an intelligent designer from the observation of design in the universe. 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 image2020-Dec-09 • 204 minutes
AMA | December 2020
December 2020 Ask Me Anything episode. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2020-Dec-09 • 59 minutes
"The Waldo Moment" (with special guest, Jason Read)
Dr. Jason Read joins Dr. J to talk about politics, celebrity, toxic masculinity, Trump, and "The Waldo Moment." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-09 • 58 minutes
Winston Churchill on the Modern World | The New Thinkery Ep. 20
In this edition of The New Thinkery, the guys take a look at perhaps the greatest individual of the 20th century: Winston Churchill. Specifically, the guys analyze Churchill's 1931 essay "Mass Effects in Modern Life." The essay poses two core questions. First, whether we can escape mass systems and their effects. Second, whether mass systems are in the interest of the greater good. Tune in to see the guys break it down. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2020-Dec-09 • 5 minutes
Descartes and Billie Eilish: 'Therefore I Am'
In this episode, the 9th of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, we're going to looking at Billie Eilish's new song, 'Therefore I Am', and its links with Descartes' 'cogito'. 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 image2020-Dec-09 • 58 minutes
0G126: Parable of the Talents and Positive Obsession, Part 3
And so we reach another end, which is really just one kind of change. Hopefully some of you will find some value in our analysis of the Book of the Living and these ideas of positive obsession and kindness through change. The Book of the... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-09 • 22 minutes
Episode 104: Ep. 121 Humanity Part 5
This week join Mike and Danny as they seek to establish their unique identities in the world. Marvel as Mike admits to bizarre restaurant based existential choices. Is anything enough for Danny? Does existence precede essence? Does the chicken precede the egg? Some of these questions and more will be on the agenda this week as our gift to you. But hang on, there is more! Yes, let Mike and Danny unfold the instructions to human existence and search in vain for the allen key that will allow them to put it all... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2020-Dec-09 • 28 minutes
43: Ashley C. Ford and the Ethics of Love
Ashley C. Ford is a prolific writer who covers a lot of subjects. Some of her most compelling writing is about the ethics of love. In the fall of 2019, we sat down together to... | The post 43: Ashley C. Ford and the Ethics of Love appeared first on Examining Ethics. (@DePauwPrindle)
podcast image2020-Dec-09 • 42 minutes
Woke politics: The power of the disempowered?
Is "woke politics" really a form of moral judgment, or is it merely a brand of moralism that seeks to side-step the hard work needed for genuine moral and political transformation? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2020-Dec-08 • 77 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 28: Agnes Callard on Antigone
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 28: Agnes Callard on Antigone by Sacred and Profane Love (@eudaimoniapod)
podcast image2020-Dec-08 • 92 minutes
Episode 202: Not as It Ought to Be (H.P. Lovecraft's "The Colour Out of Space")
A phosphorescence casts a pale sickly glow on David and Tamler as talk only in verbs and pronouns about H.P. Lovecraft’s 1927 story “The Colour Out of Space.” What is this creature or substance that has color only by analogy, that spreads through earth and water driving man, animal, and vegetation into a madness, not as they ought to be…? What gives the story its terrifying power and its avenues for endless interpretation? Plus, does meditation make you a spiritual narcissist? We talk about a new social psy... (@verybadwizards)
podcast image2020-Dec-08 • 12 minutes
Martin Heidegger, What Is Metaphysics - Modalities Of Nihilative Behavior - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the 20th century philosopher, Martin Heidegger, and focuses on his centrally important essay "What Is Metaphysics?" Here we examine Heidegger's examines his exposition of what the Nothing does, i.e. nihilation, in terms of different modalities of nihilative behavior. This also includes the contribution or collaboration of Dasein in nihilation. 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 ... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-08 • 49 minutes
Morality Before Metaphysics | Simon Blackburn, Raymond Tallis, Joanna Kavenna
Are our descriptions of the world independent from our morality? And should philosophy aim to interpret change the world or to change it? On today’s episode we’re discussing the relationship between morality and metaphysics and whether putting morality f (@IAI_TV)
podcast image2020-Dec-08 • 45 minutes
Ep. 31: What is Science? (Part I)
In this episode, Giuseppe and Anthony discuss a number of general questions pertaining to the enterprise commonly referred to as "Science." For questions or suggestions for future episodes: [email protected] (@LoveofSophiaPOD)
podcast image2020-Dec-08 • 51 minutes
8. The Problem with Ghosting
Have you ever been ghosted? In this episode of Overthink, Ellie and David deconstruct this dating dilemma. The duo discuss what ghosting does to our emotions; how the Greek notion of akrasia can help us understand why people ghost; how ghosting leaves... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2020-Dec-08 • 6 minutes
Mary Midgley
In this episode, the 8th of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, we're going to be talking about British moral philosopher Mary Midgley and some of her key ideas. 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 image2020-Dec-08 • 59 minutes
The moral limits of markets / The problem with meritocracy (Michael Sandel)
Harvard philosopher Michael Sandel argues with Julia about human dignity, consensual cannibalism, and the case in his new book, The Tyranny of Merit, that meritocracy is to blame for recent populist backlashes in the U.S. (@Rspodcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-07 • 60 minutes
#401 Kristina Durante: Female Intrasexual Competition, and Consumer Choices
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podcast image2020-Dec-07 • 10 minutes
Martin Heidegger, What Is Metaphysics - The Nothing And Nihilation - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the 20th century philosopher, Martin Heidegger, and focuses on his centrally important essay "What Is Metaphysics?" Here we examine Heidegger's exposition of what the Nothing does, i.e. nihilation. (This is a term that translates the German neologism "nichten"). Heidegger views nihilation as more original than negation. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonI... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-07 • 17 minutes
The Future of Brain in a Vat
A round up of our favorite episodes and some insight into how we make the show. We will be on a hiatus until January. Let us know in the YouTube comments who you want to see us interview in the coming year. (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2020-Dec-07 • 86 minutes
126 | David Stasavage on the Origin and History of Democracy
I talk with political scientist David Stasavage about where democracy came from, with implications for where it's going. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2020-Dec-07 • 110 minutes
S02E15: Speech on Campus - Sigal Ben-Porath
Are the kids alright? | Sigal Ben-Porath and Jay discuss the thorny issues of free speech on college campus by first traversing some philosophical groundwork offered by Hannah Arendt. Together they explore what speech is "beyond the pale", "a waste of time", "too dangerous", or simply disingenuous cover for nefarious politics. Ultimately, the questions of what kinds of responsibilities educational (and housing) institutions have to their students and tenants and what the purpose of school really is become c... (@DilemmaPodcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-07 • 46 minutes
Ep. 258: Locke on Acquiring Simple Ideas (Part One)
On the first half of Book II of John Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1689). How do we get our ideas? Simple ideas must come in through perception, but this doesn't just mean the senses; also reflection on our own minds, and this added... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2020-Dec-07 • 7 minutes
The Value of Philosophy
In this episode, the 7th in the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, I speak a bit about what I take to be the value of philosophy, from a talk I gave to some students at my school a couple of weeks ago. A bit of a long one today, but I hope you enjoy! | If you'd like to request an episode, or even do an episode yourself, please get in touch on Instagram (@fiveminutephilosophy) or Twitter (@fiveminutephil1).  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2020-Dec-07 • 18 minutes
Bystanders standing by
Thomas didn’t stop the worst thing he’d ever seen. He always wondered why. Then he thought about his own past and saw that day anew. A production of The Ethics Centre. Mix: Bryce Halliday. Music: Breakmaster Cylinder & Blue Dot Sessions.... (@TheRealEGS)
podcast image2020-Dec-06 • 13 minutes
Martin Heidegger, What Is Metaphysics - The Mood Of Anxiety - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the 20th century philosopher, Martin Heidegger, and focuses on his centrally important essay "What Is Metaphysics?" Here we examine Heidegger's discussion of how one particular mood or affective state - anxiety -allow us to do what the intellect does not, to be placed within the totality of beings as a whole - and thereby the Nothing. 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.... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-06 • 89 minutes
STM Podcast #76: Margaret Rutherford - Breaking Free From Perfectly Hidden Depression
On episode 76, we welcome clinical psychologist Margaret Rutherford to discuss perfectly hidden depression, the unhealthy coping strategies that can mask inner turmoil and sorrow, our own experiences with the syndrome and why we hid it, the stages to healing PHD, the difference between perfectionism and self-acceptance, the environmental messages we receive that foster PHD, Margaret’s own experience with PHD, and why vulnerability is more conducive to forming relationships than projecting perfection. (@seize_podcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-06 • 21 minutes
Samantha Rose Hill on Hannah Arendt on Pluralism
Hannah Arendt's experience of the Eichmann trial in 1961 led her to reflect on the nature of politics, truth, and plurality. Samantha Rose Hill, author of a biography of Arendt, discusses the context for this, and the key features of Arendt's views. We are grateful for support for this episode from St John's College - for more information about the college, including online options, go to sjc.edu/podcast (@philosophybites)
podcast image2020-Dec-06 • 10 minutes
Martin Heidegger, What Is Metaphysics - The Nothing, Not, And Negation - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the 20th century philosopher, Martin Heidegger, and focuses on his centrally important essay "What Is Metaphysics?" Here we examine Heidegger's discussion about the relationship between what he terms "the nothing" and the operation or judgement of negation, including the "not". In Heidegger's view, the priority that the intellect and logic give to negation, deriving nothing from that, is mistaken and needs to be reversed To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patre... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-06 • 28 minutes
Phenomenology
What if even the most ordinary experience could reward close and detailed analysis, revealing fascinating insights into the structures of consciousness and the world? This is the question asked by phenomenology, which investigates the experience of experience. (@DavidPZone1)
podcast image2020-Dec-06 • 57 minutes
Episode 89, Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground (Part II - Underground)
Welcome to 'Episode 89 (Part II of V)’, where we’ll be reading the first half of Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2020-Dec-06 • 23 minutes
HoP 361 - The Measure of All Things - Renaissance Mathematics and Art
The humanist study of Pythagoras, Archimides and other ancient mathematicians goes hand in hand with the use of mathematics in painting and architecture. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-06 • 12 minutes
456: Are We Alone?
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/are... that life might exist or have existed on Mars or somewhere else in our universe excites many. But should we really be happy to hear that news? What are the philosophical implications of the possibility of extraterrestrial life? If life can blossom in our own cosmic backyard, then that means that the universe is most likely saturated with life forms. And if that’s the case, why haven’t we found any evidence of other civilizations? Is it because all civiliza... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2020-Dec-05 • 5 minutes
Kierkegaard on Anxiety
In this episode, the 5th of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, we'll be talking all about the existentialist philosopher Kierkegaard and his views on anxiety, as seen in his 1844 work 'The Concept of Anxiety'. 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 image2020-Dec-05 • 12 minutes
The new normal
Love him or loathe him, we can all agree that Donald Trump is not a ‘normal’ President. Previous presidents would never behave like President Trump. Is the abnormal becoming normal? And how can we tackle people who say uncomfortable things? (@DavidEdmonds100)
podcast image2020-Dec-04 • 36 minutes
Birds, Moon Landings, and Other Things that Are Not Real
In this episode we talk about the philosophical aspects of conspiracy theories, especially as they are found in pop culture. Along the way we fake a moon landing, rig an election or two, and try, but fail, to make birds real again. 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 Maelstrom https://www.purple-planet.com (@ThereforeFan)
podcast image2020-Dec-04 • 13 minutes
Martin Heidegger, What Is Metaphysics - The Nature Of Metaphysical Inquiry - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses the 20th century philosopher, Martin Heidegger, and focuses on his centrally important essay "What Is Metaphysics?" Here we examine Heidegger's discussion about the nature and scope of metaphysical inquiry. Heidegger outlines two conditions for genuine metaphysical inquiry, and discusses how metaphysics is essential for 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.payp... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-04 • 78 minutes
#400 John Hoffecker - Modern Humans: Their African Origin and Global Dispersal
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podcast image2020-Dec-04 • 63 minutes
"Playtest" (with special guest, C. Thi Nguyen)
Dr. C. Thi Nguyen joins Dr. J to talk about games, the technological singularity, Alzheimer's, and "Playtest." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-04 • 49 minutes
"The Entire History of You" (with special guest, John Cerrito)
Filmmaker John Cerrito joins Dr. J in this episode to talk about memory, jealousy, objectivity, and "The Entire History of You." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2020-Dec-04 • 22 minutes
Episode #15. Gender and Social Categories ft. Katharine Jenkins
What does it mean for a category to be socially constructed? Are we wronged when we are cast into a social category that doesn’t characterise us? How does Gender relate to all this? Dr. Katharine Jenkins, lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Glasgow, joins Ross and Alexandros to discuss these questions and many more in this episode of Thoughts. (@ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image2020-Dec-04 • 99 minutes
Philosophy In Film - 035 - Amelie
A long awaited episode for Philosophy In Film, as we finally tackle the 2001 Jean-Pierre Jeunet Romantic Comedy, "Amelie". Chris fights through some technical difficulties and explains the concept of moral happiness, Alain argues that this is darkest movie we've covered yet, and Craig talks about Swiss Chalet. In a somewhat surprising turn, Alain shocks us all at the end of the episode... again. Featured Beverage: Hopped Mead from the Fallentimber Meadery. (Water Valley, Alberta) (@PhilInFilm)
podcast image2020-Dec-04 • 5 minutes
Jesus
In this episode, the 4th of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, we'll be talking about Jesus - in particular, the differences between the 'Historical Jesus' and the 'Christ of Faith'. 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 image2020-Dec-04 • 66 minutes
EV - 169 Carceral luck with Emma McClure
My guest this week is Emma McClure, a parole solicitor who frequently works with prisoners with mental health issues. We discuss the role of luck in the criminal justice system, possible reforms, and the impacts of Covid. Invocation: Watership Down 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.com/ Support us at Patreon.com/EmbraceTheVoid If you enjoy the sho... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2020-Dec-04 • 83 minutes
Fargo (w/ Molly Perkins)
The cows freeze in Minnesota with friend Molly Perkins in this revisit to the Coen Brothers' 1996 folktale noir. Themes of faith, deception, encountering the inexplicable, Scandinavian roots, and ecstatic truth are all discussed, along with highlights of favorite supporting cast members and a head-to-head comparison of psycho killers Gaear Grimsrud (Peter Stormare) and Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem). (@cowspod)
podcast image2020-Dec-03 • 56 minutes
Neil Levy gets radical about conspiracy theories
Josh and M review the 2007 paper “Radically Socialized Knowledge and Conspiracy Theories” by Neil Levy. — 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 image2020-Dec-03 • 58 minutes
#399 Niels Dingemanse: Ecology, Behavioral Plasticity, and Animal Personality
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podcast image2020-Dec-03 • 17 minutes
Simone De Beauvoir, The Second Sex - Duplicity Between The Sexes
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century existentialist and feminist philosopher, novelist, essayist, and playwright Simone de Beavoir's book, The Second Sex It focuses specifically on her her examination of relations between men and women, in which members of both sides are involved in duplicity. 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.buy... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-03 • 38 minutes
Delusion and Identity
A talk given by Lisa Bortolotti (Birmingham) at the Moral Sciences Club on 1st December 2020. (@CambridgePhilos)
podcast image2020-Dec-03 • 39 minutes
The Legacy of Peter Abelard in Twelfth-Century Logic
A talk given by Roxane Noël (Wolfson College, Cambridge) at the Moral Sciences Club on 10th November 2020. (@CambridgePhilos)
podcast image2020-Dec-03 • 5 minutes
Hannah Arendt
In this episode, the 3rd in the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' series, we'll learn all about political philosopher Hannah Arendt, including a few of her key ideas. | If you'd like to request an episode, or make a guest contribution to the podcast, please contact me on Instagram (@fiveminutephilosophy) or Twitter (@fiveminutephil1).  (@fiveminutephil1)
podcast image2020-Dec-02 • 13 minutes
Simone De Beauvoir, The Second Sex - Life, Thought, And Logic
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century existentialist and feminist philosopher, novelist, essayist, and playwright Simone de Beavoir's book, The Second Sex It focuses specifically on her examination of how women get accused of being illogical, simply contrary, resentful, or obstinate. She argues that women are not illogical or against logic per se, but find themselves opposed to uses of logic and thought that set them at a disadvantage. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site -... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-02 • 66 minutes
Interview with Professor Robert Faulkner on Francis Bacon | The New Thinkery Ep. 19
In this edition of The New Thinkery, the guys are back from stuffing themselves with turkey last week, and are joined by Dr. Robert Faulkner, a research professor at Boston College focusing on modern political philosophy and American political and legal thought. They expand upon episode sixteen's look at Francis Bacon's works. In addition to a philosophy and history lesson, stick around for the ever-fun lightning round Q&A at the end! (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2020-Dec-02 • 57 minutes
Listener Qs 18
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 discussion group (make sure to answer the... (@0gPhilosophy)
podcast image2020-Dec-02 • 19 minutes
Episode 103: Ep. 120 Humanity Part 4
This week join Mike and Danny as they strip humanity down to its boxers to see what is left of its identity. Are we nothing more than the sum of our memories and if that is true what effect does it have when I forget where I put my key? What happens when the JPEG that is humanity has too many pixels removed for the picture to be clearly seen? When we get to the point where we start singing “daisy, daisy, give me your answer do” has the essence of what we are been lost? Listen in as Mike and Danny skilfully ... (@PhilosophyWtf)
podcast image2020-Dec-02 • 22 minutes
Property Law and the Pandemic
My guest is Katharina Pistor, the Edwin B. Parker Professor of Comparative Law at Columbia University and the author of Code of Capital. We discuss the role of property law in generating wealth, inequality and (in)security, privileging the interests and assets of powerful economic actors in times of crisis. In addition, we consider debt relief and other policies that may be essential to a rapid and inclusive post-Covid economic recovery. For more information, including complementary readings, visit pan... (@PreissJoshua)
podcast image2020-Dec-02 • 50 minutes
How much should we care about political corruption?
Have we come to accept a degree of corruption as part of the price we pay for democracy? Is administrative competence more important to us than political incorruptibility? (@RadioNational)
podcast image2020-Dec-01 • 16 minutes
Simone De Beauvoir, The Second Sex - Woman Immanence And Things
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century existentialist and feminist philosopher, novelist, essayist, and playwright Simone de Beavoir's book, The Second Sex It focuses specifically on her examination of transcendence and immanence and the distinction between men and women. In her view, women are typically denied the transcendence accorded to men as human beings, and come to be objectified as things. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like t... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Dec-01 • 43 minutes
Smallpox, and Jenner
Welcome to the eighteenth century, at a point when Europe is going through another major smallpox outbreak, a disease that by this point has been plaguing populations around the globe for centuries. Professor Peter Millican will discover why milkmaids may be to central to the story of vaccination, how smallpox features in popular contemporary literature and what Napoleon thought of an English physician called Edward Jenner. This episode is part of our History of Pandemics season - follow Professor Peter ... (@PhilFacOx)
podcast image2020-Dec-01 • 67 minutes
The Great Plague
in the final plague episode of the series, Professor Peter Millican talks to his guests about the last major outbreak of this horrific disease in seventeenth-century England. Along the way they dispel some myths – for example it wasn’t the Great Fire of London that finally defeated the disease – and he drops in on one of the outbreaks most famous commentators – Samuel Pepys. Stay tuned to the end for a bonus conversation on Shakespeare’s experience during the plague outbreaks which led up to this final Grea... (@PhilFacOx)
podcast image2020-Dec-01 • 45 minutes
The Black Death
Professor Peter Millican arrives in the fourteenth century and meets history's most notorious plague outbreak. The Black Death is a gruesome name well-matched with a grim disease, and as you'll find out, it's not just the name which has survived to the modern period... This episode is part of our History of Pandemics season - follow Professor Peter Millican as he talks to researchers from around the world about some of the devastating pandemics humanity has experienced. Peter and his colleagues will disc... (@PhilFacOx)
podcast image2020-Dec-01 • 56 minutes
The Plague of Justinian
Welcome to the Eastern Roman Empire in the sixth century. This time, Professor Peter Millican discusses a plague that historians and medical experts agree was likely the first plague pandemic humanity experienced. You may not have heard much about the emperor Justinian I, or why he’s got a plague outbreak named after him, but by the end of this episode you’ll hear just how devastating and long-lasting this pandemic was. This episode is part of our History of Pandemics season - follow Professor Peter Mil... (@PhilFacOx)
podcast image2020-Dec-01 • 46 minutes
Athens: the first plague?
Join Professor Peter Millican in 5th century Athens, a crowded city in the midst of a siege, where a devastating disease had just erupted. Our guests discuss whether this really was plague, the breakdown in law and order that began to emerge, and how the historian Thucydides survived the disease that hit his city. This episode is part of our History of Pandemics season - follow Professor Peter Millican as he talks to researchers from around the world about some of the devastating pandemics humanity has ex... (@PhilFacOx)
podcast image2020-Dec-01 • 47 minutes
7. What's the Deal With Empathy?
In this episode of Overthink, Ellie and David dive into the sensation of empathy! The dynamic duo discuss mirror neurons, whether animals can feel empathy, nice boy syndrome, why the phrase “I feel your pain” is so annoying, and more!Interested in the... (@ellieanderphd)
podcast image2020-Dec-01 • 71 minutes
Paul Morrow, "Unconscionable Crimes: How Norms Explain and Constrain Mass Atrocity" (MIT Press, 2020)
The moral horrors of genocide and mass atrocity lead us to wonder how such things are even possible. A common and understandable reaction is to see events of this kind as arising from the collapse and eventual disappearance of norms. That is, because we find genocide and mass atrocity so difficult to comprehend, we grasp for an explanation that ascribes to such episodes the absence of compressibility. In Unconscionable Crimes: How Norms Explain and Constrain Mass Atrocity (MIT 2020), Paul Morrow argues agai... (@NewBooksPhil)
podcast image2020-Dec-01 • 6 minutes
Ontology
In this episode, the first of the '25 Days of 5 Minute Philosophy' Christmas series, you'll learn all about Ontology and some of the ideas found within it, ranging from Democritus' theory of atoms to gender ontology - 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 image2020-Dec-01 • 12 minutes
Simone De Beauvoir, The Second Sex - Superiority, Inferiority, And Equality
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century existentialist and feminist philosopher, novelist, essayist, and playwright Simone de Beavoir's book, The Second Sex It focuses specifically on her examination of the modalities of superiority, equality, and inferiority for men and women. Her existentialist stance involves rejection of either men or women making claims to being superior as a sex. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a dir... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Nov-30
Mary Midgley and Why She Matters
Celebrating the thought of Mary Midgley, whose writing ranges across animal ethics, religion, and science, connecting philosophical thought to lived experience. (@forumphilosophy)
podcast image2020-Nov-30 • 52 minutes
#398 Stuart Russell: Human-Level AI, How Worried We Should Be About AI, and Its Present and Future
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podcast image2020-Nov-30 • 75 minutes
125 | David Haig on the Evolution of Meaning from Darwin to Derrida
I talk with evolutionary biologist David Haig about how purposes and meanings can arise in the natural world. (@seanmcarroll)
podcast image2020-Nov-30 • 26 minutes
Podcast episode 11: Interview with Floris Solleveld on disciplinary linguistics in the 19th century
In this interview, we talk to Floris Solleveld about the character of linguistic research in the 19th century. Download | Spotify | Apple Podcasts References for Episode 11 Primary Sources Adelung, Johann Christoph and Johann Severin Vater (1806–1817), Mithridates, oder…Read more › (@hiphilangsci)
podcast image2020-Nov-30 • 23 minutes
Agents of Chaos | Wisdom, Knowledge, Spirituality, Curiosity, Doubt, and Finding Inner Peace
What are your agents of chaos? Why do they matter? Can wisdom help us find peace? Should you look for wisdom? | 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 image2020-Nov-30 • 53 minutes
Ep. 257: Locke Against Innate Ideas (Part Two)
Continuing on Book I of John Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1689). We consider Locke's arguments that since there are no universally agreed upon principles, therefore there are no beliefs that we're all born with, or that we all... (@PartiallyExLife)
podcast image2020-Nov-29 • 46 minutes
E32. "The Mind Reader" - Is it in our nature to be ruled by a Fascist?
Named “Top 15 Podcast” for 2020!STORY SUMMARY: The story is a flashback of a man telling a story from the 1970’s that has always stuck with him. He is a psychology student learning about the “F Test” a test that supposedly allows you to gauge your fascist tendencies. He friend, a Vietnam Vet, disagrees with the simplicity of the test. To prove his point he talks to, and easily manipulates, a bohemian woman in the bar to change her life. The narrator watches and does nothing, but is horrified by how easily t... (@AfterDinnerCon)
podcast image2020-Nov-29 • 17 minutes
Simone De Beauvoir, The Second Sex - Male Assertions Of Female Inferiority
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century existentialist and feminist philosopher, novelist, essayist, and playwright Simone de Beauvoir's book, The Second Sex It focuses specifically on her critical examination of the history of male assertions of female inferiority. 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 image2020-Nov-29 • 66 minutes
Brian Leiter: The Supreme Court
Is the Supreme Court merely a political body made up of warring liberals and conservatives? Should Judges apply laws that are unjust? Will the Supreme Court declare Trump the winner of the election? | Leiter Report: https://leiterreports.typepad.com/blog/ (@JasonWerbeloff)
podcast image2020-Nov-29 • 28 minutes
Anti-social media
What can social media platforms deliver in the way of genuine personal connection and moral truth? And how good - or bad - are Facebook and Twitter for the philosophy community? (@DavidPZone1)
podcast image2020-Nov-29 • 52 minutes
Episode 89, Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground (Part I - The Life of Fyodor Dostoevsky)
Welcome to 'Episode 89 (Part I of V)’, where we’ll be exploring the life of Dostoevsky. (@ThePanpsycast)
podcast image2020-Nov-29 • 22 minutes
HAP 64 - God is a Negro - Henry McNeal Turner
A late 19th-century churchman tries to explain how slavery fit into God’s plan, and decide whether the future for African-Americans lies in Africa or America. (@HistPhilosophy)
podcast image2020-Nov-28 • 18 minutes
Simone De Beauvoir, The Second Sex - Women As Other
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century existentialist and feminist philosopher, novelist, essayist, and playwright Simone de Beavoir's book, The Second Sex It focuses specifically on her discussion of women as being the Other. Her examination also discusses other modes of alterity, in which political power, class or race function as the bases for making some group of people the Other. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direc... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Nov-28 • 50 minutes
Moral Deference and Practical Deliberation - with Adina Covaci
This episode is an interview with Warwick Philosopher Adina Covaci. We discuss her route into philosophy, why ethics professors might not act ethically and her recent argument for the wrongness of regularly deferring to others on your moral opinions.  | Listen to this podcast for an exploration of questions such as: | What book would Adina send back to her 16 year old self? | Why is it wrong to repeatedly engage in moral deference?  | What is practical deliberation, and why is it important to our ... (@RoomPhilosophy)
podcast image2020-Nov-28 • 13 minutes
David Edmonds on Undercover Robot
David Edmonds has co-authored a children's book, Undercover Robot. Here in this bonus episode (originally released on the Thinking Books podcast) he discusses it with Nigel Warburton. (@philosophybites)
podcast image2020-Nov-28 • 10 minutes
Do cities need rules?
Have you ever thought that your city is too regulated? Or that the city you live in doesn’t do enough to police people who break the rules? In this episode, David Edmonds has been speaking to Michele Gelfand, a psychologist whose research on rule makers and rule breakers could change the way we think about our cities. We’ll find out why you might be able to tell the time better in a city that's like Switzerland; why Japanese police officers reportedly egged people on to commit more crimes; and why living in... (@DavidEdmonds100)
podcast image2020-Nov-28 • 18 minutes
Robert Nozick, Anarchy, State Utopia - The Experience Machine - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, Robert Nozick's book Anarchy, State, and Utopia Specifically it examines his discussion of the "Experience Machine", in which Nozick proposes a thought experiment involving a machine that would allow a person to have any experiences they choose, for an entire lifetime if they wish. He also brings up the possibility of other machines, including a Transformation Machine and a Results Machine. The key question is whether a person would use... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Nov-27 • 55 minutes
"San Junipero" (with special guest, Michael Norton)
Dr. Michael Norton joins Dr. J in this episode to discuss the pros and cons of a digital afterlife, as it is presented in "San Junipero." (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2020-Nov-27 • 69 minutes
#397 Gordon Burghardt: The Evolution And Function of Play
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podcast image2020-Nov-27 • 48 minutes
16/11/2020: Leigh Jenco on Moral Knowledge and Empirical Verification in Late Ming China
Leigh K. Jenco is Professor of Political Theory at the London School of Economics. She received her PhD in political science at the University of Chicago, before teaching at Brown University and the National University of Singapore. Her research works across the disciplinary platforms of political theory, global intellectual history, and Asian studies to demonstrate the value of Chinese thought for posing new questions of political life. She has served as associate editor of the flagship journal American ... (@Aristotweets)
podcast image2020-Nov-27 • 20 minutes
Episode #14. Victim Testimony ft. Mona Simion
!Content Warning: Sexual Assult! | Why do we believe what we are told? When should we believe what we are told? And why is it so often the case that we suspend our belief exactly when others need it the most? Dr Mona Simion – Deputy Director of COGITO (and so much more) – is going to dissect these questions for us and explain to Ruaridh and Arianna why she thinks that, when it comes to cases of sexual allegation, we should (most of the time) believe the victim. (@ThoughtsUofg)
podcast image2020-Nov-27 • 71 minutes
EV - 168 Philosopher Queens with Rebecca Buxton and Lisa Whiting
My guests this week are Rebecca Buxton (@RebeccaBuxton) and Lisa Whiting (@lisawhiting_), the editors of this year's best philosophy book, Philosopher Queens. We discuss the overlooked history of women in philosophy and cutting edge work they did dealing with totalitarianism and reply guys. Philosopher queens: https://unbound.com/books/philosopher-qu... Invocation: Martha Nussbaum Editing by Lu Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals! http://www.filmedlivemusicals.com/podcas... by GW R... (@ETVPod)
podcast image2020-Nov-27 • 42 minutes
"Striking Vipers" (with special guest, Adriel M. Trott)
We are joined by Adriel Trott (Associate Professor of Philosophy at Wabash College) to discuss "Striking Vipers" (Season 5, Episode 1). (@BMR_podcast)
podcast image2020-Nov-27 • 103 minutes
Philosophy In Film - 034 - Bug
For their 34th episode, the guys at Philosophy In Film discuss the 2006 William Friedkin Horror/Thriller, "Bug". The conversation is centered on a philosophical examination of conspiracy theories, how people become committed to them, and their increasing prevalence in today's culture. The winner of the Lamb's Soapworks Gift Box is also selected during Producer's Notes. Featured Beer: Conspiracy IPA, Yukon Brewing (Whitehorse, Yukon) (@PhilInFilm)
podcast image2020-Nov-27 • 7 minutes
An AMLG Thanksgiving Message
Ben and Aaron, their families, and their colleagues and students at the University of Hamburg wish everyone in America a Happy Thanksgiving. Here's a little tone poem, so to speak, for the holiday. Stay safe everyone. (@AMLGpodcast)
podcast image2020-Nov-27 • 11 minutes
David Hume, Treatise Of Human Nature - Calm Passions - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 18th century philosopher, essayist, and historian, David Hume's work A Treatise of Human Nature Specifically it examines his discussion of what he terms the "calm passions", which include "benevolence and resentment, the love of life, and kindness to children; or the general appetite to good, and aversion to evil". To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypa... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Nov-26 • 47 minutes
S02E14: Thanksgiving 2020 - Mom
Jay and his mom Sally talk about old age, being thankful in a strange year, and the lessons they're learning from COVID. | Video posted on YouTube: https://youtu.be/oeboanFZOG8 | Happy Thanksgiving from Dilemma | Subscribe to Jay's low key email reminders to keep up with when he writes something new, releases something new, appears as a guest on something, plans a live event, or has an urgent book or film recommendation at whatjaythinks.com (@DilemmaPodcast)
podcast image2020-Nov-26 • 72 minutes
#396 Jeff McMahan: Killing in War, and the Ethics of Veganism
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podcast image2020-Nov-26 • 11 minutes
514: The Arts For All?
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/art... we think of “real” art, we often think of expensive, highbrow pieces that are displayed in museums and galleries, and critiqued by the elite. In fact, people commonly lament that they don’t know enough about art to truly understand or appreciate the works that they encounter. So should art aim to be accessible to everyone? Or is it ever okay to sacrifice accessibility for other competing aims that art can pursue? Do artists have a duty to make their work m... (@philtalkradio)
podcast image2020-Nov-26 • 14 minutes
Special Edition: The New Thankery
In this short bonus episode of TNT, Alex, David, and Greg go around the digital table discussing what they're thankful for. Alex also poses lightning round questions. Stick around to hear about Greg's literally smoking truck. (@thenewthinkery)
podcast image2020-Nov-26 • 37 minutes
The Gowrie Conspiracy
M introduces Josh to the Gowrie Conspiracy, which features a king of Scotland, a weird foreigner with money, and a very improbable ruse... — 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 image2020-Nov-26 • 16 minutes
David Hume, Treatise Of Human Nature - Conflicts Between Reason And Passion - Sadler's Lectures
This lecture discusses key ideas from the 18th century philosopher, essayist, and historian, David Hume's work A Treatise of Human Nature Specifically it examines his discussion of the relation between reason and passion, which many portray as a conflict between those. Hume famously asserts: "We speak not strictly and philosophically when we talk of the combat of passion and of reason. Reason is, and ought only to be the slave of the passions, and can never pretend to any other office than to serve and o... (@philosopher70)
podcast image2020-Nov-26 • 53 minutes
"The National Anthem" (with special guest, Ammon Allred)
We are joined by Ammon Allred (Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Toledo) to discuss "The National Anthem" (Season 1, Episode 1). (@BMR_podcast)