On his "German Ideology," an unpublished work by the young Marx, where he rips into philosophy as being impractical and argues his philosophy of history.
Philosophy, like any other discipline, has its subdisciplines: there’s ethics, metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of mind, philosophy of politics, philosophy of language, philosophy of just about anything you care to mention. Among these is philosophy of science and this week we look at what it is and what philosophers of science do.
Pat Churchland argues that we may need to modify our concepts in the light of recent brain research in this episode of the podcast Philosophy Bites. Philosophy Bites is made in association with the Institute of Philosophy (www.sas.philosophy.ac.uk).
Partially Examined Life Ep. 40: Plato’s Republic | The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast | A Philosophy Podcast and Blog
Discussing Plato’s Republic, primarily books 1 and 2, on justice and the ideal state.
PEL Ep 98: Guest Michael Sandel Against Market Society | The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast | A Philosophy Podcast and Blog
On his book "What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets," plus we continue our discussion of "Liberalism and the Limits of Justice."
Partially Examined Life Ep. 49: Foucault on Power | The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast | A Philosophy Podcast and Blog
Discussing Michel Foucault’s Discipline and Punish (1975) about the evolution of power structures from overt and harsh to covert and omni-present.
PEL Ep 97: Michael Sandel on Social Justice and the Self | The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast | A Philosophy Podcast and Blog
On "Liberalism and the Limits of Justice" (1982) where Sandel critiques Rawls’s version of liberalism as based on a bogus picture of us as purely choosing
What is philosophy? Does academic philosophy squeeze the life out of some of the most important questions we can ask? Alain de Botton, author of the bestseller The Consolations of Philosophy, discusses his conception of philosophy and the importance of…
Since today is the feast of Saint Thomas Aquinas (Jan 28), I’m going to share Five Productivity Tips from Thomas Aquinas. This is where philosophy and theology come crashing into your daily life – your marriage, your job, your kids, your budget, your vacation, your tithe, everything.
I actually got this idea from a priest named Father Guillermo Gabriel-Maisonet who called in to today’s podcast. Take a listen:
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Science Mike and Michael Gungor chat with Peter Rollins about the tension between science and philosophy and what that means for our beliefs about God.You can learn more about Peter’s work on his website, or check out The Divine Magician on Amazon.