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  1. 2 The Broader Philosophical Context of Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason

    Professor Dan Robinson gives the second lecture in this series on Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason. The significant advances in physics in the 17th century stood in vivid contrast to the stagnation of traditional metaphysics, but why should metaphysics be conceived as a "science" in the first place?

    It remains a matter of controversy as to just what the central project of the Critique is, but surely one objective is to establish the character and range of objective knowledge in light of the limits of sense and reason. The lectures in this series are intended to clarify the major claims advanced by Kant in this connection, and to test the arguments he adduces in their support.

    This series of talks was given at Oxford.

    Series Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBHxLhKiPKxA3KsvoxbVnnXBMJleK2dvF

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  2. …yet | Do By Friday

    This week’s challenge: draw Spike

    http://dobyfriday.com/190

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  3. Jason Fried: Would you pay to get less email? - Recode Decode

    Basecamp CEO Jason Fried talks with Recode’s Kara Swisher about the company’s new email product, Hey, which he describes as "the most ambitious and stupidest thing we’ve ever done."

    https://pca.st/himvh97s

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  4. David Heinemeier Hansson, Software Contrarian - Transcript - CoRecursive Podcast

    David Heinemeier Hansson talks to Adam about being avoiding a software monoculture. He explains why we should find a programming language that speaks to us, why ergonomics matter and why single page apps and microservices are not for him. “That is the pleasure and privilege of working with the web. No one knows what you …

    https://corecursive.com/david-heinemeier-hansson-software-contrarian-transcript/

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  5. The Dialogue Box Podcast: Austin Walker’s Journey From Academia to Games, Editorial Battles, and Being a Good GM | USgamer

    Waypoint Radio and Friends at the Table host Austin Walker shares his journey through the games industry.

    https://www.usgamer.net/articles/usgamer-podcast-austin-walker

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  6. Episode 126 ofElucidations

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    Three philosophers. Eight head-scratchers. 50 minutes. In this episode, Agnes Callard, Ben Callard and I respond to the world’s most awesome listener-recorded questions. Click here to download Episode 126 of Elucidations.

    A lot of people have the impression that philosophy is, first and foremost, an enterprise in which college professor types read books that no one can understand, then issue a response in the form of more books that no one can understand.

    https://elucidations.now.sh/posts/episode-126/

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  7. 141: Jason Fried - Running the Tailwind Business on Basecamp

    https://fullstackradio.com/episodes/141

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  8. The Storm Before The Storm Chapter 1: The Beasts of Italy

    https://hwcdn.libsyn.com/p/d/3/7/d372350399fd553f/SBTS_Ch1_Master.mp3?c_id=16148207

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  9. No Manifestos Podcast

    A podcast about people living with technology

    https://www.nomanifestos.com/

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  10. Working Smaller, Slower, and Smarter – Distributed.blog

    Jason Fried, the co-founder and CEO of Basecamp, collects mechanical watches. He appreciates their simplicity. He once wrote in a blog post, “When I look at my watch, it gives me the time. It asks nothing in return. It’s a loyal companion without demands. In contrast, if I look at my phone for the time,…

    https://distributed.blog/2020/01/09/working-smaller-slower-and-smarter/

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