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Philosophy Bites, by David Edmonds & Nigel Warburton

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I’ve been downloading the Philosophy Bites podcast from BBC radio, for a while now. Philosophers from around the world deliver twenty-minute lectures about a wide variety of topics, from consciousness and personhood, to rights and obligations, and even concepts such as cannibalism!

I really enjoy these brief introductions, and you might, too! Check out the new Philosophy Bites book for the following lectures:

  • Julian Savulescu on ‘Yuk!’
  • Simon Blackburn on Relativism
  • Peter Singer on Animals
  • Michael Sandel on Sport and Enhancement
  • Alexander Nehamas on Friendship
  • Kwame Anthony Appiah on Cosmopolitanism
  • Miranda Fricker on Credibility and Discrimination
  • Anne Phillips on Multiculturalism
  • Will Kymlicka on Minority Rights
  • Wendy Brown on Tolerance
  • A.W. Moore on Infinity
  • David Papineau on Scientific Realism
  • Hugh Mellor on Time
  • Time Crane on Mind and Body
  • Timothy Williamson on Vagueness
  • Derek Matravers on the Definition of Art
  • Alain de Botton on the Aesthetics of Architecture
  • Barry C. Smith on Wine
  • Alex Neill on the Paradox of Tragedy
  • Don Cupitt on Non-Realism about God
  • John Cottingham on the Meaning of Life
  • Stephen Law on the Problem of Evil
  • Keith Ward on Eastern and Western Idealism
  • A.C. Grayling on Atheism


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