Twitter: @JulianBaggini (followed by 321 philosophers)
2011 to present
Average episode: 26 minutes
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|2022-Nov-25 • 22 minutes|
Hope I Get Old before I Die
A previously unreleased interview with Wilko Johnson
|2022-Apr-01 • 24 minutes|
The Art of the Moog
With Will Gregory and Graham Fitkin
|2022-Mar-18 • 39 minutes|
Take your mind for a ride
with Kate Rawles and Jet Jet MacDonald
|2022-Mar-04 • 40 minutes|
With Ruth Kinna and Nathan Eisenstadt
|2022-Feb-25 • 48 minutes|
The history of philosophy in English
With Jonathan Rée and Andrew Pyle
|2022-Feb-18 • 52 minutes|
With guests Kate Kirkpatrick and Jonathan Webber
|2022-Feb-12 • 42 minutes|
Learning from Asian Philosophy
With Bryan van Norden and Jin Y. Park
|2022-Feb-04 • 28 minutes|
How can we talk about trans rights and women’s rights? Pt3
|2022-Jan-28 • 31 minutes|
How can we talk about trans rights and women's rights? Pt2
|2022-Jan-18 • 40 minutes|
How can we talk about trans rights and women's rights? Pt1
|2016-Dec-02 • 23 minutes|
Hierarchy and Inequality in Nietzsche and Falsafa
With Carlos Fraenkel and Mathias Risse. Produced in association with the Berggruen Institute’s Philosophy and Culture Centre.
|2016-Nov-12 • 19 minutes|
Confucian Harmony and Freedom
Produced in association with the Berggruen Institute’s Philosophy and Culture Centre.
|2016-Sep-22 • 22 minutes|
Age, Expertise, Gender and Hierarchy
Rethinking hierarchy through the lenses of history, economics, feminism, daoism, mathematics and artificial intelligence with Jiang Qian, Robin R. Wang and Taisu Zhang. Produced in association with the Berggruen Philosophy and Culture Centre.
|2016-Aug-16 • 23 minutes|
The Confucian Uses of Hierarchy
This is the second podcast in a series examining the theme of the relationship and tensions between hierarchy and equality. This episode looks at Confucian perspectives on the issues. Produced in association with the Berggruen Philosophy and Culture Ce...
|2016-Jul-20 • 25 minutes|
Freedom and Harmony, Intimate and global
This is the second podcast in a series examining the theme of the relationship and tensions between harmony and freedom. This episode approaches this issue from the intimate to the global. My guests are Philip Pettit, L.S.
|2016-May-16 • 20 minutes|
Harmony and Freedom in Africa, India and Europe
Harmony and Freedom in Africa, India and Europe
|2016-Apr-13 • 23 minutes|
Hierarchy and Equality in America
In a culture that values equality, what is the role and function of hierarchy in America today? With Kwame Anthony Appiah,[...]
|2015-Nov-15 • 22 minutes|
Self East and West (Part 3)
The last of three podcasts on conceptions of self, East and West, asks whether the West suffers from "too much self". With Rebecca Goldstein, Peter Herschock, Pico Iyer, Jay Ogilvy and David Wong. Produced in association with the Berggruen Institute's ...
|2015-Nov-09 • 22 minutes|
Self East and West (Part Two)
The second of three podcasts on conceptions of self, East and West, looks at the idea of the relational self. With Roger Ames, Daniel Bell and Jin Lee. Produced in association with the Berggruen Institute's Philosophy and Culture Centre.
|2015-Oct-19 • 22 minutes|
Self East and West (Part 1)
The first of three podcasts on conceptions of self, East and West, looks at how the self needs to be cultivated. Produced in association with Berggruen Institute’s Philosophy and Culture Center
|2012-Sep-03 • 19 minutes|
The virtues of our vices
In the latest microphilosophy podcast I talk to the author of The Virtues of Our Vices Emrys Westacott about how the moral importance of everyday actions and the rightness of wrongness. The discussion was recorded live at Foyles bookshop in association...
|2012-Aug-08 • 22 minutes|
Science as a guide to life
In the latest microphilosophy podcast I talk to the author of The Atheist's Guide to Reality, philosopher of Science Alex Rosenberg, about what science has to tell us about how we should live. We're also joined by Samir Okasha,
|2012-May-08 • 24 minutes|
The Shrink & The Sage
To coincide with the publication of The Shrink and The Sage, Julian Baggini and Antonia Macaro, authors of the book and the FT Weekend Magazine column of the same name, talk to philosopher John Sellars about the relationship between ancient Stoic philo...
|2012-Apr-30 • 20 minutes|
True crime and evil
Richard Lloyd Parry and Tobias Jones discuss with Julian Baggini how the experience of writing about true, gruesome crimes has affected their understanding of evil and human nature
|2012-Feb-08 • 21 minutes|
Warnock on religion
In the latest microphilosophy podcast I talk to Mary Warnock about her latest book, Dishonest to God: On Keeping Religion out of Politics. The interview was recorded live at the Arnolfini Centre as part of the Bristol Festival of Ideas.
|2012-Jan-18 • 18 minutes|
Inside the minds of animals
John Bradshaw on the inner life of dogs
|2012-Jan-04 • 11 minutes|
Steve Fuller in conversation with Julian Baggini and Darian Meachem about how homo spaiens is changing itself
|2011-Oct-30 • 22 minutes|
The Lust for Certainty
Do we suffer from a lust for certainty? This is an edited version of a talk given to a Sea of Faith Network conference in London earlier this year.
|2011-Jul-13 • 15 minutes|
John Gray on Immortality
In this programme I talk to John Gray about some of the ideas that emerge from his latest book, The[...]
|2011-Jun-13 • 23 minutes|
The most human human?
Can artificial intelligence teach us about what it means to be human? That is the fascinating question behind Brian Christian's recent book, The Most Human Human.
|2011-May-17 • 18 minutes|
New podcast series
Julian Baggini talks to philosophy Richard Swinburne about the existence of souls