Category Archives: Interviews

In Our Time: The Continental-Analytic Split

The weekly BBC podcast In Our Time recently broadcast a conversation titled The Continental-Analytic Split with Stephen Mulhall (New College, University of Oxford), Beatrice Han-Pile (University of Essex), and Hans-Johann Glock (University of Zurich). The program’s website also features a full archive — well worth browsing through — of podcasts on philosophical (Beauty,Kierkegaard, Wittgenstein) and literary (Psychoanalysis and Literature, Proust) topics might

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Philosophy Bites

The podcast Philosophy Bites has just released a new episode featuring Michael Dummett (Oxford University) speaking about Gottlob Frege. To listen to it, please click here.

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Philosophy Bites: Joshua Knobe on Experimental Philosophy

The podcast Philosophy Bites has just released a new episode featuring Joshua Knobe (Yale University), speaking about experimental philosophy. To listen to it, please click here.

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Philosophy Bites: Susan Wolf on “Meaning in Life”

The podcast Philosophy Bites has just released a new episode featuring Susan Wolf (UNC Chapel Hill), speaking about “what makes a life meaningful.” Here is a brief description of the episode: What makes a life meaningful? Is the choice of where we find meaning completely arbitrary? These questions are different from the question ‘What is the meaning

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