Melvyn Bragg tackles the philosophy of logic - first mapped out by Aristotle in the 4th century BC; disregarded by Descartes in the 17th century and revived and reworked by Gottlob Frege in the 19th century; logic is at the heart of computer science and is a mathematical as well as a philosophical disclipline. Melvyn is joined by A.C. Grayling, Professor of Philosophy at Birkbeck, University of London; Peter Millican, Gilbert Ryle Fellow in Philosophy at Hertford College at the University of Oxford; and Rosanna Keefe, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Sheffield.
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Episode 20 updates you on the latest health news and features another great Creative Visualization exercise that will transport you to the beaches of Hawaii. There’s also plenty of simple maths exercises to get your brain firing as well as new logic and memory exercises and much much more! Get a complete brain cross-training - just by listening along! (http://www.brainready.com/braincasts/)
Featured on episode 26 of Forgotten Classics.
This is our second show in the “Workflows” series. Our guest is programmer, writer, and podcaster Dan Benjamin.
Links of Interest:
Missing Drawer TextMate Plug-in
Salling Media Sync
This is the fourth of eight lectures recorded last spring for a Maybe Logic Academy course called Gnosis Now!
READINGS FOR WEEK FOUR: THE ALIEN MAN:
• Hans Jonas: “Gnosticism and Modern Nihilism” • Rene Daumal: “Provocations to Self Denial”