We are grateful for support for this episode from the Marc Sanders Foundation. The philosopher Kathleen Stock discusses the category of 'woman' and how we think about it in conversation with David Edmonds in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast series.
This is a contentious topic. The interview includes discussion of genitalia. Listen to Kathleen Stock on What is a Woman?
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Read Kathleen Stock's Quillette essay on sex and gender. Posted at PM Permalink. People like to think of themselves as reasonably virtuous, but there is usually a gap between how they think of themselves and how they actually behave. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Christian Miller discusses this gap and how we can close it. Listen to Christian Miller on the Character Gap. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast, Philip Pettit provides a story about how ethics might have come into existence.
This is an 'as if' story intended to illuminate the nature of ethics, not an attempt at history. Listen to Philip Pettit on the Birth of Ethics. We are grateful for support from the Marc Sanders Foundation and from Patreon donors. Philosophers sometimes talk about other possible worlds to explore the one we live in, others, such as David Lewis, even believe that all possible worlds actually exist. Helen Beebee explains how philosophers use possible world scenarios and why this matters in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.
Listen to Helen Beebee on Possible Worlds. You can subscribe to Philosophy Bites on iTunes, or buy our app from the app store. You can also find us on Spotify mobile only. Links to Helen Beebee's publications. There is a very long history of scepticism about what philosophy can do. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Paul Sagar discusses some of the arguments that have been put forward in this area. Listen to Paul Sagar on Scepticism about Philosophy. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast, Katherine Hawley discusses a concept we all rely on, but rarely question: trustworthiness.
Is it always a good trait to have? Can it come into conflict with other traits we value, such as generosity? Listen to Katherine Hawley on Trustworthiness. We are very grateful for support from the Marc Sanders Foundation , and from our Patreon supporters, for this episode. What does it mean to be civil in conversation with others? Is it always a virtue?
Teresa Bejan , author of Mere Civility , discusses this topic and its long history in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. Listen to Teresa Bejan on Civility. You can overdo most things, but it seems strange to say that you can overdo democracy. Robert B.
Talisse thinks you can overdo it. He argues his case in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.
We are very grateful for the support from the Marc Sanders Foundation in making this episode. Listen to Robert B. Talisse on Overdoing Democracy. Posted at PM Permalink Comments 0. Robert Wright argues that some aspects of Buddhism, particularly those parts that deal with the self and the mind, are both compatible with contemporary evolutionary theory and profound about our nature.
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Ben Rogers: Is Nothing Sacred? Home Archives Profile Subscribe. Feedjit Live Website Statistics. Twitter Updates follow me on Twitter. Oxford University interview about Philosophy Bites Podcast Oxford University, which is launching on iTunesU on 7th October , has interviewed David Edmonds and me about our podcast Philosophy Bites and about podcasting in general for the Oxonians podcast David is an Oxford graduate, and we have interviewed many Oxford philosophers. Philosophy Bites Podcast: Links to the Most Downloaded Interviews The Philosophy Bites podcast interviews with philosophers which have been downloaded the most over the last year or so are listed below as links.
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source We have just posted the 52nd episode of our Philosophy Bites podcast series: Listen to Chandran Kukathas on Hayek's Liberalism A year into the series and the download figures are amazing - beyond anything we expected. Philosophy Bites Podcast - Half Century! Philosophy Bites has had more than a million downloads! Here are links to the first 44 episodes Mary Warnock on Philosophy in Public Life 3. Stephen Law on The Problem of Evil 4. John Cottingham on The Meaning of Life 5. Miranda Fricker on Epistemic Injustice 6. Barry Smith on Wine 7.
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