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  • Jesse Prinz on Thinking with Pictures
    on Aug 1, 2016 in Mind
    Do we think in pictures? Many philosophers deny this. Yet Jesse Prinz thinks they're wrong to do so. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast he explains why. Listen to Jesse Prinz on Thinking with Pictures This episode of...
  • Kieran Setiya on the Midlife Crisis
    on Jul 6, 2016
    We know it's common enough, but can philosophers shed any light on the midlife crisis? MIT philosopher Kieran Setiya thinks he can. Here he discusses middle age with David Edmonds. Listen to Kieran Setiya on the Midlife Crisis Please help...
  • Catherine Wilson on EpicureanismEpicureanism is often caricatured as a philosophy of indulgence. But what did followers of Epicurus really believe and do? Catherine Wilson discusses Epicureanism and its legacy in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. Listen to Catherine Wil...
  • Gregg Caruso on Freewill and Punishment
    on Apr 26, 2016
    If all our actions are determined by prior causes, that doesn't seem to leave much scope for punishment. Gregg Caruso discusses this issue with David Edmonds in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Listen to Gregg Caruso on Freewill...
  • Events in London and Oxford
    on Apr 26, 2016
    Events On 19th May at 7.30pm in London Nigel Warburton will be interviewing Andrew Park, creator of the RSAnimate series, and the BBC Radio 4 'History of Ideas' Animations, on the topic of Visual Communication at Second Home in London....
  • 365 Bites Podcast Interviews Arranged by Theme
    on Mar 26, 2016
    365 Bites podcasts arranged by theme updated 5th February 2016 Thanks very much to Seth Adelman for compiling this list Please email Nigel Warburton using the 'email me' button in the sidebar of this weblog if you find any broken...
  • Gregory Currie on the Philosophy of Film
    on Mar 26, 2016 in Aesthetics Film
    For this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Nigel Warburton speaks to Greg Currie about the nature of film, addressing questions about perception and time in relation to the movies. Listen to Greg Currie on the Philosophy of Film...
  • Katherine Morris on Merleau-Ponty on the Body
    on Mar 2, 2016 in Existentialism Phenomenology
    Maurice Merleau-Ponty was one of the most interesting of the French phenomenologists, but his reputation has been eclipsed by Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir's. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Katherine Morris discusses some o...
  • Michael Devitt on Experimental Semantics
    on Feb 14, 2016 in Intuitions Language
    What does the name 'Kurt Gödel' refer to? Most people think it refers to the person who came up with the incompleteness theorem. But does it matter what most people think? Are our intuitions consistent, or even relevant here? Michael...
  • Steven Hyman on Categorising Mental Disorders
    on Jan 29, 2016 in psychiatry
    Are mental disorders like other illnesses? Can they be adequately categorised in relation to a set of symptoms? Steven E. Hyman discusses some philosophical questions that arise from the widely-used DSM-5 with David Edmonds. Listen to Steven Hyman on...
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