Read & Listen: Samir Chopra on "Intellectual Property"

Read & Listen: Samir Chopra on “Intellectual Property”

Professor (and CUNY Philosophy alum) Samir Chopra discusses the notion of “intellectual property” with interviewer Amanda Vanstone in a recent episode of Counterpoint, a radio program produced by the…

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WATCH: Full Video Coverage of the Racial Inequality Conference (March 9-10, 2018)

WATCH: Full Video Coverage of the Racial Inequality Conference (March 9-10, 2018)

For those who were unable to attend our March 2018 Racial Inequality Conference (co-organized by Linda Martín Alcoff & Charles W. Mills), or those who…

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Linda Martín Alcoff Interviewed on the Elucidations Podcast

Linda Martín Alcoff Interviewed on the Elucidations Podcast

The latest episode of the Elucidations Podcast (produced by University of Chicago Philosophy) features Professor Linda Martín Alcoff, on the subject of identity. According to interviewers…

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Jesse Prinz Interviewed on Morality and Politics for the Thought Project

Jesse Prinz Interviewed on Morality and Politics for the Thought Project

Distinguished Professor Jesse Prinz speaks with Tanya Domi in the latest episode of the Graduate Center’s Thought Project podcast. Their conversation begins with a Humean…

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Serene Khader Addresses "Cross-Border Feminist Solidarity" on The UnMute Podcast

Serene Khader Addresses “Cross-Border Feminist Solidarity” on The UnMute Podcast

Professor Serene Khader is the featured guest philosopher on the latest episode of The UnMute Podcast. The podcast describes itself as a place to hear from “young, diverse philosophers…

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Miranda Fricker discusses "Blaming and Forgiving" on the Elucidations Podcast

Miranda Fricker discusses “Blaming and Forgiving” on the Elucidations Podcast

Presidential Professor of Philosophy Miranda Fricker appears in a recent episode of Elucidations: A University of Chicago Philosophy Podcast. Hosts Emily Dupree and Matt Teichmann interview Prof….

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Noël Carroll Discusses Jokes on The Owl Podcast

Noël Carroll Discusses Jokes on The Owl Podcast

Distinguished Professor Noël Carroll is the featured guest philosopher on Episode 8 of The Owl, a podcast produced by Brooklyn Public Philosophers (founded by CUNY Philosophy PhD student Ian…

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PhD Candidate Ian Olasov Premiers "The Owl", a New Philosophy Podcast

PhD Candidate Ian Olasov Premiers “The Owl”, a New Philosophy Podcast

Brooklyn Public Philosophers, the brainchild of PhD candidate Ian Olasov, adds yet another initiative to its array of efforts to “raise awareness of the best…

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Peter Godfrey-Smith on Mental Representations at Philosophy Bites

Peter Godfrey-Smith on Mental Representations at Philosophy Bites

Distinguished Professor Peter Godfrey-Smith discusses mental representations with Nigel Warburton in a fascinating new episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. This episode belongs to a short series…

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Noël Carroll Discusses Art Criticism on Philosophy Bites

Noël Carroll Discusses Art Criticism on Philosophy Bites

Distinguished Professor Noël Carroll is featured in the most recent episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. Professor Carroll’s discussion of art criticism (and his view, articulated…

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Michael Devitt on Philosophy Bites: "Experimental Semantics"

Michael Devitt on Philosophy Bites: “Experimental Semantics”

Distinguished Professor of Philosophy Michael Devitt recently conducted an interview with Nigel Warburton of Philosophy Bites. Philosophy Bites is a philosophy podcast that has had…

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Noel Carroll's Work on PBS Ideas Channel

Noel Carroll’s Work on PBS Ideas Channel

The central theses of Noel Carroll’s 1990 Philosophy of Horror are detailed in this video by PBS Ideas Channel, a show hosted by Mike Rugnetta…

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Jesse Prinz on Art & Emotion at Philosophy Bites

Jesse Prinz on Art & Emotion at Philosophy Bites

Jesse Prinz on Art and Emotion How do works of art affect us? Conceptual art seems too cool for it to be connected with emotion….

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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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