In this episode, Kyle and Joe interview Dr. Matthew Johnson: Professor at Johns Hopkins, writer of the recent paper, “Consciousness, Religion, and Gurus: Pitfalls of Psychedelic Medicine,” and researcher (with others) on several trials through Johns Hopkins involving psilocybin: for smoking cessation, anorexia, mood and effects of early-stage Alzheimer’s, opioid addiction, post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome, … Continue reading "PT229 – Dr. Matthew Johnson – What is Consciousness?"
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In this special bonus interview, Beatrice speaks with virologist Paul Bieniasz about his concerns over policy proposals that could allow a second dose of vaccines be delayed, as well as the failure of certain countries to effectively control the pandemic.
Dr. Bieniasz is a Professor and Investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and head of the Laboratory of Retrovirology at Rockefeller University.
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Travis McElroy (My Brother, My Brother and Me, The Adventure Zone, Interrobang, Schmanners, Can I Pet Your Dog) stops by the show to talk about being a part of numerous popular podcasts, wanting… MORE
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Listen to Remco Heesen & Liam Bright on Peer Review from Ipse Dixit. In this episode, Remco Heesen, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Western Australia School of Humanities, and Liam Kofi Bright, Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy, Logic, and Scientific Method at the London School of Economics, discuss their article "Is Peer Review a Good Idea?," which is published in the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. They begin by explaining what peer review is, how it came to be, and what it is supposed to accomplish. They observe that peer review doesn’t appear to actually deliver any of its purported benefits, and comes with many costs. They argue that we should eliminate pre-publication peer review, and use other methods of evaluating the quality of scholarship. For more information, see their subsequent article "Jury Theorems for Peer Review," which they co-authored with Marcus Arvan. Bright is on Twitter at @lastpositivist. This episode was hosted byBrian L. Frye, Spears-Gilbert Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky College of Law. Frye is on Twitter at@brianlfrye.
A deep dive on Tarsem Singh’s singular - and hard-to-find - 2006 masterpiece.
Listen now | Gov. Jerry Brown, a longtime friend of Ivan Illich’s and student of his work sat down to talk to me about his friendship with Illich and the value of his work.
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Agnes is charming, brilliant and seamlessly switches from explaining
philosophical ideas to making interesting observations about ordinary life.
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