This is a list of links that might be helpful.
Philosophy Bites Index
Philosophy Bites: Index
Here are links to brief audio presentations on Philosophy Bites. On the linked page, click on the POD icon to listen in your browser. To download the mp3 file to your computer, right-click on POD and Save.
For each assigned item, please write a brief summary of what you got from it in your course blog. Try to cover the main points raised in the interview. Also, be sure to list your interpretive and/or evaluative about the discussion.
I do not expect you to follow every bit of the conversation. These are abstruse topics discussed by highly educated experts. Your careful attention to these conversations will reward you greatly the more you persist in sitting in on such sessions. What I will look for in your blog is evidence of careful listening and active questioning.Peter Cave on Paradoxes77. Christopher Janaway on Nietzsche on Morality78. Anthony Appiah on Experiments in Ethics79. Roger Crisp on Virtue Ethics80. Raymond Geuss on Real Politics81. Alexander Nehamas on Friendship82. Christopher Shields on Personal Identity83. A.C. Grayling on Bombing Civilians in Wartime84. Anne Phillips on Political Representation85. Wendy Brown on Tolerance86. Don Cupitt on Non-Realism About God87. Raymond Tallis on Parmenides88. M.M. McCabe on The Paradox of Inquiry89. Chandran Kukathas on Genocide90. Kate Soper on Alternative Hedonism91. David Papineau on Scientific Realism