Julian Baggini 공개
[search 0]

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
In many ways medieval Islamic philosophy and the works of Friedrich Neitzsche couldn’t be more different. But as we see in this podcast, both provide interesting, rich challenges to modern western egalitarian ideals. Guests are Carlos Fraenkel (McGill University) and Mathias Risse (Harvard Kennedy School of Government). Produced in association with…
 
Harmony is as core a value in classical Chinese thought as Freedom is in the modern west and it is often thought that the two conflict, with major political implications. However, the three broadly Confucian scholars in this episode deny there is a fundamental conflict between freedom and harmony. They are Shenyang Li ( Nanyang Technological Univer…
 
The third podcast in a series examining the relationship and tensions between hierarchy and equality sees three very different scholars all with roots in China asking us to rethink hierarchy through the lenses of history, economics, feminism, daoism, mathematics and artificial intelligence. My guests are Jiang Qian (independent scholar), Robin R. W…
 
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. My guests are Stephen C. Angle, Mansfield Freeman Professor of East Asian Studies at Wesleyan University; Joseph C.W. Chan, professor in the Department of Politics an…
 
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. Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and Human Values at Princeton University; Sigridur Thorgeirsdottir, professor of p…
 
Are freedom and harmony political goals that complement or compete with each other? Joining me are Rajeev Bhargava, Director of the Institute of Indian Thought at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies; Anton Koch, professor of philosophy at the University of Heidelberg; and Thaddeus Metz, Distinguished Professor at the University of Joha…
 
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, author of Philosophy of Science: A Very Short Introduction. The discussion was recorded live at Foyles bookshop in associa…
 
In the latest microphilosophy podcast I talk to Richard Lloyd Parry, author of People Who Eat Darkness, and Tobias Jones, author of Blood on the Altar about how the experience of writing about true, gruesome crimes has affected their understanding of evil and human nature. The discussion was recorded live at Foyles bookshop in association with the …
 
In his book, In Defence of Dogs, John Bradshaw provides a fascinating insight into the inner life of dogs, raising issues of consciousness and animal ethics. This podcast was recorded at Foyles bookshop in Bristol in association with the Bristol Festival of Ideas. Bradshaw was in conversation with Julian Baggini and Prof. Christine Nicol.…
 
As homo sapiens develops more and more technologies for changing itself, what will, and should, the humans of the future look like? In Humanity 2.0, Steve Fuller addresses these questions. This podcast was recorded at Foyles bookshop in Bristol in association with the Bristol Festival of Ideas. Fuller was in conversation with Julian Baggini and Dar…
 
Brian Christian 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. In this programme, Julian Baggini is in conversation with Christian, recorded live at the Bristol Festival of Ideas at the Arnolfini Centre earlier this year.…
 
Richard Swinburne After a hiatus, I’m replacing my Philosophy Monthly podcast with a new series, microphilosophy. Each one will be an interview, talk, discussion or feature, no longer than half an hour but usually much shorter. This first edition is an interview with the philosopher and theologian Richard Swinburne, conducted for my new book, The E…
 
This skeptical edition features founder of The Skeptic magazine, Wendy Grossman; journalist, broadcaster and writer Simon Hoggart; and psychologist Christine Mohr. Recorded at the Bristol Festival of Ideas to mark the publication of Why Statues Weep, the best from the first twenty years of The Skeptic. You can buy the book at 10% discount here: jus…
 
This summer special is an edited recording of a discussion I chaired in April on addiction: should we penalise or treat? The panel comprised: Dr Nick Airey, an NHS psychiatrist specialising in addiction, John Moore (Criminology, University of the West of England), Dr Giles Pearson, (Philosophy, University of Bristol), Dr Jon Webber (Philosophy, Car…
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드

Google login Twitter login Classic login