Interview with Michael Devitt on Theories of Reference by Elucidations

Interview with Michael Devitt on Theories of Reference by Elucidations

An interview with Professor Michael Devitt on theories of reference by Elucidations Podcast   Elucidations is a monthly philosophy podcast recorded at the University of…

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Audio: Stephen Neale "The Metaphysics of Aphonics & Implicit Reference" at Institute of Philosophy

Audio: Stephen Neale “The Metaphysics of Aphonics & Implicit Reference” at Institute of Philosophy

Stephen Neale (CUNY/Birmingham) – The Metaphysics of Aphonics and Implicit Reference Chair: Susanne Bobzien (All Souls College, Oxford) ‘The mayor can close schools when it…

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Philospohy Bites: Noël Carroll on Humour & Morality

Philospohy Bites: Noël Carroll on Humour & Morality

Noël Carroll on Humour and Morality If a joke is immoral, does that make it less funny? Noël Carroll explores the relationship between humour and…

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Godfrey-Smith Podcast: "How Do Octopuses Think?"

Godfrey-Smith Podcast: “How Do Octopuses Think?”

  listen here This cephalopodcast was first broadcast on 9 April 2011. How do animals think? Do they have consciousness? If your answer to that…

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Rationally Speaking: Jesse Prinz on Looking Beyond Human Nature

Rationally Speaking: Jesse Prinz on Looking Beyond Human Nature

Nature vs. Nurture? Massimo and Julia revive the age-old debate in this episode of Rationally Speaking, with special guest Jesse Prinz. Jesse is a professor…

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Noël Carroll on Comic Amusement, Emotion and Cognition

Noël Carroll on Comic Amusement, Emotion and Cognition

The London Aesthetics Forum is an initiative of the Institute of Philosophy. (http://philosophy.sas.ac.uk ) Play Audio Noël Carroll ‘Comic Amusement, Emotion and Cognition’ Friday 25 February…

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Saul Kripke - Unrestricted Exportation and Some Morals for the Philosophy of Language

Saul Kripke – Unrestricted Exportation and Some Morals for the Philosophy of Language

Produced by the CUNY Lecture Series. In this edition, CUNY honors renowned philosopher Saul Kripke. A pioneer in the field of logic, Distinguished Professor of…

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Graham Priest on Paradoxes and Paraconsistent Logic

Graham Priest on Paradoxes and Paraconsistent Logic

Produced by Rationally Speaking. Can a statement be simultaneously true and false? That might seem like sheer nonsense to you — but not to certain…

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Putnam, Kripke, Burge, & Devitt on Externalism

Putnam, Kripke, Burge, & Devitt on Externalism

In this audio recording Putnam, Kripke, Burge, & Devitt discuss Externalism. The recording was made at the March 2007 “Roundtable on Externalism”  at the University…

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Graham Priest on Michael Dummett

Graham Priest on Michael Dummett

Graham Priest is interviewed by Alan Saunders in this Philosopher’s Zone Radio Tribute to Michael Dummett.             (Image: georigami flickr)

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Stephen Neale and Noël Carroll on Philosophy Bites

Stephen Neale and Noël Carroll on Philosophy Bites

Philosophy Bites is one of the leading philosophical podcast programs online; it has featured Stephen Neale and Noël Carroll of our department: ________________________________________________________________________________________ Stephen Neale…

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Rationally Speaking: Graham Priest on Eastern Philosophy

Rationally Speaking: Graham Priest on Eastern Philosophy

Release date: September 23, 2012 For all the time Massimo and Julia have spent discussing and debating philosophy on Rationally Speaking, so far, it’s all…

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