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Podcast Profile: New Narratives in the History of Philosophy

podcast imageTwitter: @FemPhilosophers (followed by 138 philosophers)
Site: www.newnarrativesinphilosophy.net
8 episodes
2018 to 2019
Average episode: 30 minutes
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Categories: History of Philosophy • Interview-Style

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List Updated: 2022-Dec-04 12:36 UTC. Episodes: 8. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Episodes
2019-May-16 • 28 minutes
Episode 8: Katherine Brading and Anne-Lise Rey on Emilie du Chatelet
Episode 8: Katherine Brading and Anne-Lise Rey on Emilie du Chatelet by New Narratives in the History of Philosophy
2019-May-16 • 23 minutes
Episode 7: Interview with Penny Weiss on Mary Astell and others
Episode 7: Interview with Penny Weiss on Mary Astell and others by New Narratives in the History of Philosophy
2019-May-16 • 32 minutes
Episode 6: Interview with Katherine Brading, Anne-Lise Rey, and Penny Weiss
Episode 6: Interview with Katherine Brading, Anne-Lise Rey, and Penny Weiss by New Narratives in the History of Philosophy
2019-May-16 • 41 minutes
Interview on Cavendish with Colin Chamberlain and others
Interview on Cavendish with Colin Chamberlain and others by New Narratives in the History of Philosophy
2018-Aug-24 • 42 minutes
Episode 4: Introduction to Project Vox and Émilie du Châtelet with Andrew Janiak
Interview with Andrew Janiak on Project Vox, image culture in the early modern period, and the philosophy and influence of Émilie du Châtelet.
2018-Aug-08 • 26 minutes
Episode 3: Introduction to Anne Conway and Margaret Cavendish with Karen Detlefsen
Interview with Karen Detlefsen about Anne Conway and Margaret Cavendish on metaphysics, value theory, and their philosophical interactions and influences.
2018-Aug-08 • 29 minutes
Episode 2: Introduction to Mary Astell with Jacqueline Broad
Interview with Jacqueline Broad about Mary Astell and her philosophical influences and interlocutors.
2018-Aug-08 • 19 minutes
Episode 1: Introduction to New Narratives with Lisa Shapiro
An interview with Lisa Shapiro about the New Narratives in the History of Philosophy project and philosophical canon expansion.