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Episode 30: Wittgenstein & Value / Nov. 29, 2021

With Nick Purches-Knabb

Hosted by Alexandros Constantinou Jonah Woodward

Edited by Signe Emilie Eriksen

Jonah and Alex talk to Nick Purches-Knabb about 20th Century Philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein – his impact on western philosophy, the complexity of his book, Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, and why the sentence ‘Superman came for tea’ is complete nonsense.

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Episode 29: The Meaning of Art / Nov. 15, 2021

With Dr Jerrold Levinson

Hosted by Hamish Stewart Katie Moody

Edited by Constantinos Stylianou

Katie and Hamish chat with Professor Jerrold Levinson from the University of Maryland about the definition of art. Is it a definable category, and if it is, how should we define it?

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EPISODE 28: SUPERIORISM / Nov. 1, 2021

With Bjoern Freter

Hosted by Hamish Stewart Alexandros Constantinou

Edited by Signe Emilie Eriksen

Hamish Stewart and Alexandros Constantinou talk to Bjoern Freter, an independent Scholar from Knoxville Tennessee to understand how superiorism underpins our modern world.

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Episode 27: Reflections on Nature / Oct. 18, 2021

With Martin Bunzl

Hosted by Alexandros Constantinou Jonah Woodward

Jonah and Alex sit down with Martin Bunzl to discuss philosophical misconceptions about climate change, and why tackling it poses such a huge challenge.

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Episode 26: Misanthropy / May 21, 2021

With Dr Ian James Kidd

Hosted by Ross Patrizio Katie Moody

Edited by Constantinos Stylianou

In this episode Katie and Ross chat to Dr Ian Kidd about Misanthropy – the view that it is appropriate to morally condemn humanity.