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Podcast Profile: London Philosophy Talk

podcast imageTwitter: @BirkbeckUoL (followed by 18 philosophers)
Site: londonphilosophytalk.podbean.com
4 episodes
2020 to 2021
Average episode: 82 minutes
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Categories: Interview-Style

Podcaster's summary: This is a podcast, directed at the philosophically curious, students, as well as fellow academics, in which I, Florian Steinberger, a philosopher at Birkbeck College, University of London, have informal philosophical discussions with experts in a range of different topics. Among them are the philosophy of fiction, the status of moral intuitions, as well as questions surrounding reference in the philosophy of language and whether many of us are too incompetent to deserve a right to vote, and much more. Future episodes will also take a philosophical angle on topics ranging from the sciences and the arts to dog training and martial arts. | | Many thanks to my supremely gifted brother, Chris Kieling (https://www.christopherkieling.com), for designing the logo.

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List Updated: 2022-Aug-10 11:32 UTC. Episodes: 4. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Episodes
2021-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 d...
2020-Nov-02 • 87 minutes
Episode 003 - Kristoffer Ahlstrom-Vij On Who Should Get to Vote
In this third, "very special election" episode, I am delighted to welcome my colleague Kristoffer Ahlstrom-Vij (ahlstromvij.com). We discuss the question as to whether there is a case for restricting suffrage to those who are sufficiently competent. We d...
2020-Sep-25 • 77 minutes
Episode 002 - Hallvard Lillehammer on Trolley Problems and the Nature of Ethical Intuitions
In this second episode I am delighted to welcome my colleague Hallvard Lillehammer (hallvardlillehammer.com). We discuss trolley problems and what we can learn from them about the nature of our intuitions in ethics. We discuss Judith Jarvis Thompson's p...
2020-Sep-03 • 74 minutes
Episode 001 - Stacie Friend on the Philosophy of Fiction
In this first episode I am delighted to welcome my colleague Stacie Friend (http://www.bbk.ac.uk/philosophy/our-sta... We discuss the issue of “imaginative resistance” in the philosophy of fiction. We discuss Tamar Szabó...