Beginner friendly if listened to in order! For anyone interested in an educational podcast about philosophy where you don't need to be a graduate-level philosopher to understand it. In chronological order, the thinkers and ideas that forged the world we live in are broken down and explained.
Episode #157 ... The Creation of Meaning - Beauvoir
Today we talk about the creation of meaning.
Episode #156 ... Emil Cioran part 2 - Failure and Suicide
Today we continue talking about Cioran.
Episode #155 ... Emil Cioran - Absurdity and Nothingness
Today we begin our discussion on Emil Cioran.
Episode #154 ... Pragmatism and Truth
Today we discuss Pragmatism.
Episode #153 ... The Frankfurt School - Walter Benjamin pt. 2 - Distraction
Today we continue talking about Walter Benjamin.
Episode #152 ... The Frankfurt School - Walter Benjamin pt. 1
Today we begin discussing the work of Walter Benjamin.
Amazing for people new to philosophy
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Steve West our messiah?
Jokes, but seriously I look forward to bingeing episodes each day. A serious highlight to my days now. Started them with the hope they would help me make a decision on what career to choose when I finish them all. Now I realise they’re no help at all. Which is all the help I’ve needed.