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Podcasts from philosophynow.org, home of the most widely read philosophy magazine in the world, Philosophy Now.

Episódios

  • Moral Psychology

    Moral Psychology

    10/01/2012 Duração: 54min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now talks to Constantine Sandis from Oxford Brookes University, Alex Gregory from Reading University, and Michael Lacewing from Heythrop College, University of London, about the psychological motivations behind moral behaviour and the scientific understanding of morality. With live music from Sian Hender and Adam Leach. First broadcast on 10 January 2012 on Resonance FM.

  • What is Philosophy?

    What is Philosophy?

    13/12/2011 Duração: 50min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now talks to Anja Steinbauer, founder of Philosophy For All, Rick Lewis, founder of Philosophy Now magazine, and Peter Worley, founder of The Philosophy Foundation, about what philosophy means to them, and their motivations for and aims in establishing their popular philosophy organisations. First broadcast on 13 December 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • Minds, Science and Metaphysics

    Minds, Science and Metaphysics

    06/12/2011 Duração: 51min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now talks to David Papineau, Professor of Philosophy of Science at King's College London, about the philosophy of science, and especially what science says about the link between the mind and the brain. With live music by Alan Stewart and Rosanella DC. First broadcast on 6 December 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • Existential Psychotherapy

    Existential Psychotherapy

    29/11/2011 Duração: 53min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now interviews Gill Davies, practicing existential psychotherapist, and Brian O’Gorman, Associate Lecturer at the Open University and a High Intensity Therapist, about this form of psychotherapy and its connection with existentialist philosophy. First broadcast on 29 November 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • Love

    Love

    23/11/2011 Duração: 55min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now discusses love and questions at the heart of our emotional lives with Simon May, author of the recent Love: A History and visiting professor at King’s College, London, and Edward Harcourt, Lecturer in Philosophy, Keble College, Oxford. First broadcast on 22 November 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • Global Capitalism - Good or Bad?

    Global Capitalism - Good or Bad?

    16/11/2011 Duração: 51min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now discusses the benefits and costs of globalisation and global capitalism with Neil Kellard, Chair of Finance at the University of Essex, Richard Baron who teaches Philosophy at the Mary Ward Centre, and Tom Rubens, who is a member of the World Development Movement. First broadcast on 15 November 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • The Thoughts of Friedrich Nietzsche

    The Thoughts of Friedrich Nietzsche

    08/11/2011 Duração: 49min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now discusses the influence and ideas of Friedrich Nietzsche, the infamous German anti-Christian philosopher, with Ken Gemes, Professor of Philosophy at Birkbeck. First broadcast on 8 November 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • Feminist Philosophy

    Feminist Philosophy

    01/11/2011 Duração: 51min

    Anja Steinbauer, President of Philosophy For All, thrashes out the meanings, contributions and tribulations of feminist philosophy with her guests, feminist thinker Ann Brisby, Professor of Sociology Vikki Bell, Reader in Philosophy Meena Dhanda and philosopher and film-maker Terri Murray. First broadcast on 1 November 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • Primary School Philosophy

    Primary School Philosophy

    27/10/2011 Duração: 54min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now introduces Peter Worley from The Philosophy Foundation who conducts a live philosophy lesson with a group of 8-to-10 year olds from All Saints Primary School in Blackheath. First broadcast on 26 October 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • In the Realm of the Senses

    In the Realm of the Senses

    18/10/2011 Duração: 54min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now visits the realm of the senses with guests Barry Smith, Director of the Institute of Philosophy, Norman Bacrac, an epiphenomalist philosopher, and Richard Marshall to discuss the nature of human experience. With live music from Adam Paul Leach. First broadcast on 18 October 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • Civilization and Its Discontents

    Civilization and Its Discontents

    12/10/2011 Duração: 53min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now asks David Bell, President of the British Psychoanalytical Society, Edward Harcourt, Lecturer in Philosophy, Keble College, Oxford, and Alex Gath, anthropologist, about the contemporary relevance of Freud’s social theory. First broadcast on 11 October 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • The School of Ethics

    The School of Ethics

    04/10/2011 Duração: 54min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now introduces philosophy teacher John Holroyd, who chairs a debate among his students from St Dunstan’s College on the ethical issues surrounding the UK riots and the Dale Farm travellers. First broadcast on 4 October 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • The History of Philosophy in Less Than an Hour

    The History of Philosophy in Less Than an Hour

    27/09/2011 Duração: 50min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now talks to Nigel Warburton, author of A Little History of Philosophy, and Jane O’Grady, who teaches History of Philosophy at the London School of Philosophy, about what they like best in the history of Western philosophy. With music by Alan Stewart. First broadcast on 27 September 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • Who Is This God Person Anyway?

    Who Is This God Person Anyway?

    20/09/2011 Duração: 54min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now asks “Who is this God person anyway?” with Barry Hingston promoting Christianity, Hamza Tzortzis promoting Islam, and Richard Baron promoting atheism. Who can make the best case for their belief system? Will any of them persuade you? First broadcast on 20 September 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • Feminist Film Theory

    Feminist Film Theory

    13/09/2011 Duração: 53min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now finds out what feminist film theory is from Terri Murray, author of Feminist Film Studies: A Teacher’s Guide, and Anja Steinbauer, President of Philosophy For All and Chair both of PFA’s Film Club and its Feminist Forum. First broadcast on 13 September 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • The Art of Living Philosophically

    The Art of Living Philosophically

    06/09/2011 Duração: 52min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now talks about the Art of Living series of books with series editor Mark Vernon, who has also written Wellbeing. Grant also interviews Piers Benn about Commitment and Ziyad Marar about Deception. First broadcast on 6 September 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • Aping Philosophy

    Aping Philosophy

    12/07/2011 Duração: 54min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now talks to Raymond Tallis about why the mind is not the brain and human beings are not merely animals, and other ideas from Prof. Tallis’s new book Aping Mankind. First broadcast on 12 July 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • Introduction to Quantum Mechanics

    Introduction to Quantum Mechanics

    21/06/2011 Duração: 53min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now talks to Manjit Kumar, author of Quantum, about quantum mechanics. First broadcast on 21 June 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • Teaching Philosophy to Children

    Teaching Philosophy to Children

    19/05/2011 Duração: 54min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now talks to Peter Worley, who runs The Philosophy Shop, and John Holroyd, an A-level philosophy teacher, about teaching philosophy to school children from as young as four. First broadcast on 19 May 2011 on Resonance FM.

  • Wittgenstein’s Art Class

    Wittgenstein’s Art Class

    13/04/2011 Duração: 52min

    Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now talks to Nick Blackburn, director of Wittgenstein (The Crooked Roads), Alex Gath and Mark Roberts about what art is. First broadcast on 13 April 2011 on Resonance FM.

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