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Episode 20: Voting Systems / March 12, 2021

With Dr Adam Rieger

Hosted by Katie Moody Alice Caunt

Edited by Signe Emilie Eriksen

In this episode Katie and Alice chat to Dr Adam Rieger about voting systems, problems with them, and the impact of different methods on election outcomes.

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Episode 19: Miracles / Feb. 26, 2021

With Professor Timothy McGrew

Hosted by Hamish Stewart Alexandros Constantinou

Edited by Signe Emilie Eriksen

Hamish and Alexandros delve deep into the world of Miracles with Timothy McGrew. They discuss Hume’s argument against Miracles. Join us in this discussion about human testimony, the limits of inquiry and bizarre animals.

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Episode 18: Jurisprudence Part 2 / Feb. 12, 2021

With Dr Emilios Christodoulidis

Hosted by Jasmine Hunt Keir Aitken

Edited by Constantinos Stylianou

In this second episode of two, we are joined by the Chair of Jurisprudence at the University of Glasgow, Dr. Emilios Christodoulidis, who shares his thoughts with us on the philosophy of law.

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Episode 17: Jurisprudence Part 1 / Jan. 29, 2021

With Dr. Emilios Christodoulidis

Hosted by Jasmine Hunt Keir Aitken

Edited by Constantinos Stylianou

In this first episode of two, we are joined by the Chair of Jurisprudence at the University of Glasgow, Dr. Emilios Christodoulidis, who shares his thoughts with us on the philosophy of law.

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Episode 16: Autonomy and End of Life Care / Jan. 1, 2021

With Professor Ben Colburn

Hosted by Ross Patrizio Alexandros Constantinou

Edited by Constantinos Stylianou

In this New Year’s special, Glasgow University Professor Ben Colburn joins Ross and Alexandros in an in-depth discussion of the meaning of autonomy in Moral and Political Philosophy. What does it mean to be autonomous and ultimately why is it a good thing? Join us in contemplating these and many more questions in this special episode of Thoughts.