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Podcast Profile: Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society

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


Description (podcaster-provided):

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


Themes and summary (AI-generated based on podcaster-provided show and episode descriptions):

➤ Philosophical talks • Ethics • Metaphysics • Moral psychology • Political philosophy • History of philosophy • Prominent academics • In-depth analyses • Conceptual discussions • Lectures and invited talks

This podcast, titled "Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society," offers a series of enlightening talks centered around contemporary issues in philosophy. Produced in partnership with Backdoor Broadcasting Company and the Institute of Philosophy at the University of London, this podcast aims to make philosophical discourse accessible to the general public.

The episodes feature leading philosophers discussing a diverse range of topics within the broad traditions of moral, political, and analytical philosophy. Episodes cover substantive philosophical inquiries such as the nature of partiality in human relationships, ethical critiques of modern culture, the rational basis for moral decisions, and the intersections of philosophy with scientific thought and empirical evidence.

Listeners will encounter deep dives into specific philosophical works and historical figures, such as examinations of Nietzsche’s views on the relationship between philosophy and science and Heidegger’s analysis of art. Discussions also address contemporary philosophical debates on the nature of consciousness, free will, and the ethical dimensions of personal identity and societal norms.

Recurring themes include the engagement of philosophy with real-world issues like justice, rights, and governance. The podcast also explores abstract philosophical questions about time, mind, and reality. Episodes frequently link classical philosophical ideas with modern theoretical contexts, providing fresh perspectives on age-old questions.

This podcast effectively serves as a platform for understanding complex philosophical debates, the evolution of philosophical thought, and its applications in addressing ethical, metaphysical, and epistemological issues. Whether delving into historical analysis or confronting contemporary moral dilemmas, this podcast offers rich content for those interested in the wide-ranging inquiries of philosophical traditions.


Episodes:
20/06/22: Samuel Scheffler on Partiality, Deference, and Engagement
2022-Jun-27
51 minutes
6/05/22: Michael Della Rocca on Moral Criticism and the Metaphysics of Bluff
2022-Jun-14
55 minutes
30/05/22: Miriam Schoenfield on Deferring to Doubt
2022-Jun-07
54 minutes
23/05/22: Alexander Mourelatos on 'Parmenides of Elea and Xenophanes of Colophon: the Conceptually Deeper Connections'
2022-May-30
72 minutes
09/05/22: Mazviita Chirimuuta on Disjunctivism and Cartesian Idealisation
2022-May-16
46 minutes
25/04/22: Emma Borg on A Defence of Individual Rationality
2022-May-02
54 minutes
21/03/22: Jack Spencer on Intrinsically Desiring the Vague
2022-Mar-23
54 minutes
07/03/22: Dawn Wilson on Reflecting, Registering, Recording and Representing: From Light Image to Photographic Picture
2022-Mar-14
52 minutes
21/02/22: Andrew Huddleston on Aesthetic Beautification
2022-Feb-28
53 minutes
31/01/22: Rachel Cristy on Commanders and Scientific Labourers: Nietzsche on the Relationship Between Philosophy and Science
2022-Feb-14
50 minutes
17/01/22: Rachael Wiseman on Metaphysics by Analogy
2022-Jan-24
56 minutes
15/11/2021: Cécile Fabre on Doxastic Wrongs, Non-spurious Generalisations and Particularised Beliefs
2021-Nov-26
47 minutes
18/10/2021: Heather Widdows on 'No Duty To Resist: Why individual resistance is an ineffective response to dominant beauty ideals'
2021-Nov-04
41 minutes
4/10/2021 – 114th PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Robert Stern asks ‘How is human freedom compatible with the authority of the Good?’ Murdoch on moral agency, freedom, and imagination
2021-Oct-07
53 minutes
28/06/2021: Julia Borcherding on “I wish my Speech were like a Loadstone” – Cavendish on Love and Self-Love
2021-Jul-02
56 minutes
21/06/2021: Michael Beaney on Swimming Happily in Chinese Logic
2021-Jun-25
47 minutes
07/06/2021: Corine Besson on Knowing How to Reason Logically
2021-Jun-11
60 minutes
24/05/2021: Kenny Easwaran on a New Method for Value Aggregation
2021-May-28
57 minutes
10/05/2021: Joseph Chan on Equality, Friendship, and Politics
2021-May-17
50 minutes
24/04/2021: Ralf Bader on Coincidence and Supervenience
2021-Apr-30
54 minutes
22/03/2021: Helga Varden on Kant and Arendt on Barbaric and Totalitarian Evil
2021-Mar-29
55 minutes
08/03/2021: Nicolas Cornell on Gambling on Others and Relying on Others
2021-Mar-15
42 minutes
22/02/2021: Mary-Louise Gill on Aristotle’s Hylomorphism Reconceived
2021-Mar-01
55 minutes
01/02/2021: Barbara Sattler on Paradoxes as Philosophical Method and their Zenonian Origins
2021-Feb-15
53 minutes
18/01/2021: Lee Walters on the Linguistic Approach to Ontology
2021-Jan-25
52 minutes
16/11/2020: Leigh Jenco on Moral Knowledge and Empirical Verification in Late Ming China
2020-Nov-27
48 minutes
2/11/2020: Adrian Haddock on the Wonder of Signs
2020-Nov-09
51 minutes
19/10/2020: Tommy Curry asks 'Must there be an Empirical Basis for the Theorization of Racialized Subjects in Race-Gender Theory?'
2020-Oct-26
35 minutes
5/10/2020 – 113th PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Bill Brewer on the Objectivity of Perception
2020-Oct-12
45 minutes
5/10/2020 – 113th PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Helen Steward introduces Bill Brewer as the 113th President of the Aristotelian Society
2020-Oct-12
6 minutes
15/6/2020: Walter Dean on Consistency and Existence in Mathematics
2020-Jun-29
70 minutes
8/6/2020: Béatrice Han-Pile on Two Puzzles in the Early Christian Constitution of the Self: Reflections on Foucault’s Interpretation of John Cassian
2020-Jun-12
56 minutes
1/6/2020: Anna Mahtani on Dutch Book and Accuracy Theorems
2020-Jun-05
46 minutes
18/5/2020: Maria Rosa Antognazza on the Distinction of Kind between Knowledge and Belief
2020-May-26
54 minutes
11/5/2020: Derrick Darby on Rights Externalism and Racial Injustice
2020-May-18
50 minutes
27/4/2020: Nancy Cartwright asks Why Trust Science?
2020-May-03
44 minutes
30/3/2020: Dana Nelkin on Equal Opportunity
2020-Apr-17
70 minutes
16/3/2020: Andrew Bacon on Vagueness at Every Order
2020-Mar-23
57 minutes
17/2/2020: Alexander Douglas on Spinoza’s Unquiet Acquiescentia
2020-Mar-01
46 minutes
3/2/2020: Philip Goff on Panpsychism and Free Will
2020-Feb-10
47 minutes
20/1/2020: Emily Thomas on Time and Subtle Pictures in the History of Philosophy
2020-Jan-26
56 minutes
9/12/2019: Meena Dhanda on the Philosophical Foundations of Anti-Casteism
2019-Dec-30
56 minutes
4/11/2019: Colleen Murphy on Principled Compromises
2019-Nov-29
51 minutes
21/10/2019 – Glen Pettigrove on Ambition, Love, and Happiness
2019-Nov-03
57 minutes
7/10/2019 – 112th PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Helen Steward on Free Will and External Reality: Two Scepticisms Compared
2019-Oct-15
58 minutes
3/6/2019: Kathleen Stock asks What is Sexual Orientation?
2019-Jun-07
48 minutes
28/5/2019: Thomas Sattig on the Flow of Time in Experience
2019-May-28
42 minutes
13/5/2019: Christian List on What’s Wrong with the Consequence Argument: A Compatibilist Libertarian Response
2019-May-19
65 minutes
29/4/2019: Cheshire Calhoun on Responsibilities and Taking On Responsibility
2019-May-07
53 minutes
18/3/2019: Stephen Mulhall on Heidegger’s Fountain: Ecstasis, Mimesis and Engrossment in the Origin of the Work of Art
2019-Mar-31
61 minutes
4/3/2019: Sophia Connell on Care and Parenting in Aristotelian Ethics
2019-Mar-08
48 minutes
18/2/2019: Nicholas K. Jones on Propositions and Cognitive Relations
2019-Feb-24
62 minutes
4/2/2019 – Amia Srinivasan on Genealogy
2019-Feb-11
58 minutes
21/1/2019 – Keith Allen asks Whether We Should Believe Philosophical Claims on Testimony
2019-Jan-27
43 minutes
26/11/2018 – Stephen Neale on Means Means Means
2018-Dec-08
58 minutes
12/11/2018 – Rae Langton on Empathy and First Personal Imagining
2018-Nov-18
49 minutes
29/10/2018 – Fabienne Peter on Normative Facts and Reasons
2018-Nov-04
53 minutes
15/10/2018 – Sarah Fine on Refugees, Safety and a Decent Human Life
2018-Oct-22
51 minutes
1/10/2018 – 111th PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Jonathan Wolff on Equality and Hierarchy
2018-Oct-12
44 minutes
8/7/2018: Joint Session Podcast - Symposium VI on Fundamental Powers, featuring Alexander Bird and Barbara Vetter
2018-Sep-09
71 minutes
8/7/2018: Joint Session Podcast - Symposium V on Benevolence, featuring Nomy Arpaly and Erasmus Mayr
2018-Sep-09
55 minutes
8/7/2018: Joint Session Podcast - Symposium IV on What Brains-in-Vats Can Know, featuring Ofra Magidor and Aidan McGlynn
2018-Sep-09
61 minutes
7/7/2018: Joint Session Podcast - Symposium II on Racial Justice, featuring Charles Mills and Katrin Flikschuh
2018-Sep-09
70 minutes
7/7/2018: Joint Session Podcast - Symposium I on Plato on the Uses and Value of Knowledge, featuring Verity Hale and Melissa Lane
2018-Sep-09
64 minutes
6/7/2018: Joint Session Podcast - Inaugural Address - John Divers asks W(h)ither Metaphysical Necessity?
2018-Sep-09
47 minutes
18/6/2018: Victoria McGeer on Intelligent Capacities
2018-Jun-25
58 minutes
4/6/2018: Holly Lawford-Smith on Collective Culpability and Collective Punishment
2018-Jun-14
45 minutes
21/5/2018: Lisa Shapiro on Assuming Epistemic Authority
2018-Jun-01
45 minutes
23/4/2018: Alison Hills on Moral and Aesthetic Virtue
2018-May-13
60 minutes
19/3/2018: Martin Saar asks What is Social Philosophy?
2018-Apr-15
43 minutes
5/3/2018: Sarah Moss on Moral Encroachment
2018-Mar-12
58 minutes
19/2/2018: Alex Voorhoeve on Epicurus, Pleasure, the Complete Life, and Death: A Partial Defence
2018-Mar-01
57 minutes
5/2/2018: Craig French on Naïve Realism and Diaphaneity
2018-Feb-13
54 minutes
22/1/2018: Sarah Sawyer on the Importance of Concepts
2018-Jan-28
56 minutes
27/11/2017: Laurent Jaffro on Forgiveness and Weak Agency
2017-Dec-20
52 minutes
13/11/2017: Elizabeth Ashford on the Infliction of Severe Povertyas the Perfect Crime
2017-Dec-20
50 minutes
30/10/2017: John Gardner on Discrimination: The Good, the Bad, and the Wrongful
2017-Nov-10
53 minutes
16/10/2017: François Recanati on Fictional, Metafictional, Parafictional
2017-Oct-23
48 minutes
2/10/2017 – 110th PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Helen Beebee on Philosophical Scepticism
2017-Oct-08
55 minutes
19/6/2017: Shamik Dasgupta on Normative Non-Naturalism and the Problem of Authority
2017-Jul-08
50 minutes
5/6/2017: Daniel Viehoff on Serving the Governed
2017-Jun-09
56 minutes
22/5/2017: Ursula Renz on Self-Knowledge as a Personal Achievement
2017-May-31
48 minutes
8/5/2017: Gerald Lang on What Follows from Defensive Non-Liability?
2017-May-13
62 minutes
6/3/2017: Beate Roessler on Privacy as a Human Right
2017-Mar-23
52 minutes
20/2/2017: Lea Ypi on Pragmatist Coherence as the Source of Truth and Reality
2017-Mar-02
55 minutes
6/2/2017: Genia Schönbaumsfeld on Beliefs-in-a-Vat
2017-Feb-16
52 minutes
23/1/2017: Eleanor Knox on Novel Explanation and the Special Sciences - Lessons From Physics
2017-Jan-30
44 minutes
9/1/2017: Hasok Chang on Pragmatist Coherence as the Source of Truth and Reality
2017-Jan-17
49 minutes
28/11/2016: James Studd on Generality, Extensibility, and Paradox
2016-Dec-06
63 minutes
14/11/2016: Beth Lord on Disagreement in the Political Philosophy of Spinoza and Rancière
2016-Nov-20
43 minutes
6/10/2016: Elizabeth Cripps on Justice, Integrity and Moral Community
2016-Nov-06
51 minutes
17/10/2016 - Christopher Daly on Persistent Philosophical Disagreement
2016-Oct-24
50 minutes
3/10/2016 - 109th PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Tim Crane on the Unity of Unconsciousness
2016-Oct-11
56 minutes
Dorothea Debus on Shaping Our Mental Lives
2016-Jun-26
56 minutes
Hilary Greaves on Cluelessness
2016-Jun-11
56 minutes
Dominic Scott on From Painters to Poets: Method in Plato, Republic X
2016-Jun-03
52 minutes
09/05/2016: Peter Poellner on Phenomenology and the Perceptual Model of Emotion
2016-May-21
62 minutes
Episode Image 25/04/2016: Mary Leng on Naturalism and Placement
2016-May-01
58 minutes
Episode Image 07/03/2016: Jessica Leech on the Mereology of Representation
2016-Mar-20
53 minutes
22/02/2016: Tobias Rosefeldt on Closing the Gap
2016-Feb-28
51 minutes
Episode Image 08/02/2016: Jules Holroyd asks What Do We Want From a Model of Implicit Cognition?
2016-Feb-18

25/01/2016: James Wilson on Internal and External Validity in Thought Experiments
2016-Feb-04
58 minutes
11/01/2016: Tim Bayne on 'Gist!'
2016-Jan-19
43 minutes
Episode Image 30/11/2015: Fiona Woollard on Dimensions of Demandingness
2015-Dec-06
51 minutes
Episode Image 16/11/2015: Jérôme Dokic on Aesthetic Experience as Metacognitive Feeling
2015-Nov-22
59 minutes
Episode Image 2/11/2015: Benjamin Sachs on Contractarianism as a Political Morality
2015-Nov-14
42 minutes
Episode Image 19/10/2015: David Enoch on What’s Wrong with Paternalism:Autonomy, Belief and Action
2015-Oct-27
48 minutes
Episode Image 5/10/2015 - 108th PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Susan James on Freedom and Nature: A Spinozist Invitation
2015-Oct-11
53 minutes
Episode Image 15/6/2015: Susanna Siegel on Epistemic Charge
2015-Jun-22
65 minutes
Episode Image 1/6/2015: Giles Pearson asks What are Sources of Motivation?
2015-Jun-08
44 minutes
Episode Image 18/5/2015: Sacha Golob on Self-Knowledge, Agency and Self-Authorship
2015-May-26
65 minutes
Episode Image 11/05/2015: Simon Prosser on Why are Indexicals Essential?
2015-May-12
66 minutes
Episode Image 27/4/2015: Christoph Hoerl on Writing on the Page of Consciousness
2015-May-05
49 minutes
Episode Image 9/3/2015: Matthew Chrisman on Knowing What One Ought To Do
2015-Mar-16
45 minutes
Episode Image 23/2/2015: Louise Richardson on Perceptual Activity and Bodily Awareness
2015-Feb-26
47 minutes
Episode Image 9/2/2015: Sophie Gibb on Defending Dualism
2015-Feb-17
50 minutes
Episode Image 26/1/2015: Dominic Gregory on Visual Content, Expectations, and the Outside World
2015-Feb-02
45 minutes
Episode Image 12/1/2015: Michael Garnett on Freedom and Indoctrination
2015-Jan-19
51 minutes
Episode Image 1/12/2014: Jens Timmermann on What’s Wrong with ‘Deontology’?
2014-Dec-08
45 minutes
Episode Image 17/11/2014: Paulina Sliwa on Understanding and Knowing
2014-Nov-25
44 minutes
Episode Image 3/11/2014: John Heil on Aristotelian Supervenience
2014-Nov-11
44 minutes
Episode Image 20/10/2014: Catharine Abell on Genre, Interpretation and Evaluation
2014-Oct-27
53 minutes
Episode Image 6/10/2014 - 107th PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Adrian Moore on Being, Univocity and Logical Syntax
2014-Oct-13
53 minutes
Episode Image 13/7/2014: Joint Session Podcast - Symposium V on Self-Regulation, featuring Tamar Szabó Gendler and Jennifer Nagel
2014-Oct-13
63 minutes
Episode Image 13/7/2014: Joint Session Podcast - Symposium IV on the Ethical Significance of Persistence, featuring Amber Carpenter and Stephen Makin
2014-Oct-13
60 minutes
Episode Image 12/7/2014: Joint Session Podcast - Symposium III on Culpability, Duress and Excuses, featuring Gideon Rosen and Marcia Baron
2014-Oct-13
63 minutes
Episode Image 12/7/2014: Joint Session Podcast - Symposium II on Moral Testimony, featuring Hallvard Lillehammer and Roger Crisp
2014-Oct-13
42 minutes
Episode Image 12/7/2014: Joint Session Podcast - Symposium I on Truth and Meaning, featuring Ian Rumfitt and Gary Kemp
2014-Oct-13
62 minutes
Episode Image 11/7/2014: Joint Session Podcast - Alan Millar on Reasons for Belief, Perception and Reflective Knowledge
2014-Oct-13
49 minutes
Episode Image 16/6/2014: Elizabeth Barnes on Going Beyond the Fundamental: Feminism in Contemporary Metaphysics
2014-Jun-23
53 minutes
2/6/2014: Alix Cohen on Kant on the Ethics of Belief
2014-Jun-09
51 minutes
Episode Image 19/5/2014: Ulrike Heuer on Intentions and the Reasons for Which We Act
2014-May-27
56 minutes
Episode Image 12/5/2014: Tim Button on the Weight of Truth
2014-May-27
54 minutes
Episode Image 28/4/2014: Eileen John on Literature and Disagreement
2014-May-06
61 minutes
Episode Image 10/3/2014: Jessica Moss on Plato's Appearance/Assent Account of Belief
2014-Mar-17
53 minutes
Episode Image 24/2/2014: Paul Faulkner on a Virtue Theory of Testimony
2014-Mar-03
55 minutes
Episode Image 10/2/2014: Conor McHugh on Fitting Belief
2014-Feb-17
53 minutes
Episode Image 27/1/2014: Robert Pippin on the Significance of Self-Consciousness in Idealist Theories of Logic
2014-Feb-03
52 minutes
Episode Image 13/1/2014: Nicholas Shea on Exploited Isomorphism and Structural Representation
2014-Jan-20
58 minutes
Episode Image 2/12/2013: Francesco Berto on Conceiving the Inconsistent
2014-Jan-07
48 minutes
Episode Image 18/11/2013: Jonathan Lear on Integrating the Non-Rational Soul
2013-Nov-26
59 minutes
Episode Image 4/11/2013: Tim Mulgan on Ethics for Possible Futures
2013-Nov-09
53 minutes
21/10/2013: Robert Kane on Acting “of One’s Own Free Will”: New Perspectives on an Ancient Philosophical Problem
2013-Oct-29
54 minutes
Episode Image 7/10/2013 - 106th PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: David Papineau on Sensory Experience and Representational Properties
2013-Oct-11
55 minutes
Episode Image 3/6/2013: Oliver Pooley on Relativity, the Open Future, and the Passage of Time
2013-Jun-10
52 minutes
Episode Image 20/5/2013: Clayton Littlejohn on the Russellian Retreat
2013-May-29
53 minutes
Episode Image 13/05/2013: Gary Watson on Psychopathy and Prudential Deficits
2013-May-15
53 minutes
Episode Image 29/4/2013: Fabian Freyenhagen on Ethical (Self-)Critique
2013-May-08
41 minutes
Episode Image 22/4/2013: Ian Phillips on Perceiving the Passing of Time
2013-Apr-24
47 minutes
Episode Image 4/3/2013: Rowan Cruft on Why is it Disrespectful to Violate Rights?
2013-Apr-15
62 minutes
Episode Image 18/2/2013: John Carriero on Epistemology Past and Present
2013-Feb-25
57 minutes
Episode Image 4/2/2013: Josh Parsons on Presupposition, Disagreement and Predicates of Taste
2013-Feb-14
53 minutes
Episode Image 21/1/2013: Tom Stern on Nietzsche, Amor Fati and The Gay Science
2013-Jan-28
54 minutes
Episode Image 7/1/2013: Clare Chambers on the Marriage-Free State
2013-Jan-14
44 minutes
19/11/2012: Guy Longworth on Sharing Thoughts About Oneself
2012-Dec-06
56 minutes
Episode Image 10/12/2012: Maria Alvarez on Agency and Two-Way Powers
2013-Jan-03
45 minutes
Episode Image 3/12/2012: Angela Breitenbach on Aesthetics in Science: A Kantian Proposal
2012-Dec-06
43 minutes
Episode Image 5/11/2012: Johannes Roessler on the Epistemic Role of Intentions
2012-Nov-12
42 minutes
Episode Image 22/10/2012: Gonzalo Rodriguez-Pereyra on Resemblance Nominalism, Conjunctions and Truthmakers
2012-Oct-30
24 minutes
105th PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Sarah Broadie on 'Actual Instead'
2012-Oct-16
53 minutes
18/6/2012: Michael Smith on Agents and Patients
2012-Jun-27
55 minutes
14/6/2012: Kieran Setiya on Knowing How
2012-Jun-27
50 minutes
21/5/2012: Michael Thompson on You and I
2012-May-30
79 minutes
14/5/2012: Frank Jackson on Leibniz's Law and the Philosophy of Mind
2012-May-25
55 minutes
5/3/2012: Fiona Leigh on Restless Forms and Changeless Causes
2012-Mar-08
52 minutes
20/2/2012: Heather Logue on Naïve Realism
2012-Feb-24
54 minutes
6/2/2012: Stacie Friend on Fiction as a Genre
2012-Feb-21
52 minutes
23/01/2012: Dudley Knowles on Good Samaritans & Good Government
2012-Feb-21
52 minutes
9/01/2012: Seth Yalcin on Bayesian Expressivism
2012-Feb-21
60 minutes
5/12/2011: Daniel Rothschild on Expressing Credences
2012-Feb-21
55 minutes
21/11/2011: David Barnett on Counterfactual Entailment
2012-Feb-21
49 minutes
7/11/2011: Øystein Linnebo on Reference by Abstraction
2012-Feb-21
60 minutes
20/10/2011: Gianfranco Soldati on Direct Realism & Immediate Justification
2012-Feb-21
42 minutes
104th PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Marie McGinn on Non-Inferential Knowledge
2012-Feb-19
53 minutes