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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