Rick Coste’s podcast on philosophical topics. Very accessible!http://philosophywalk.com/
podcasts of top philosophers interviewed on bite-sized topics…http://philosophybites.com/
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Jacques Derrida was a controversial philosopher whose writing could be fiendishly difficult to read. Nevertheless he had many followers. Here Pete […]
- David Bather Woods on Schopenhauer on Compassionby Edmonds and Warburton on January 10, 2021 at 4:08 pm
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- Samantha Rose Hill on Hannah Arendt on Pluralismby Edmonds and Warburton on December 6, 2020 at 5:11 pm
Hannah Arendt's experience of the Eichmann trial in 1961 led her to reflect on the nature of politics, truth, and plurality. Samantha Rose Hill, […]
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