Your one-stop fix for random musings on the nature of reality, the essence of modern digital society, and so much more! Produced by Stephen Torrence and Kevin Saunders.
Episode 168: Pandemic Starship Reunion
Stephen Torrence, Kevin Saunders, and Matt Legler haven't been together for years. With a global pandemic on and humanity facing immanent extinction, the Bad Philosophers made time to reunite, share COVID stories, and encourage each other. No frills. Just friendship.
The post Episode 168: Pandemic Starship Reunion first appeared on Bad Philosophy.
Episode 167: United Statesians
Is ALL culture appropriation? Shawn Brackett joins Kevin and Stephen to unpack this and other juicy questions... from Canada!
The post Episode 167: United Statesians first appeared on Bad Philosophy.
Weekly Why 014: Deconversion 2
A year on from his deconversion from Christianity, we interview Jon Fortenbury to ask how he's getting along without God.
The post Weekly Why 014: Deconversion 2 first appeared on Bad Philosophy.
Episode 166: Transparent Vomit
Photographer Simon Ponder joins Kevin and Stephen to settle the Film v. Digital debate once and for ALL, and you'll never guess who wins...
The post Episode 166: Transparent Vomit first appeared on Bad Philosophy.
Episode 165: A Dozen Zombies
Why give flowers on Valentine's Day when you could be getting naked and splattering blood on people in public? The Bad Philosophers discuss...
The post Episode 165: A Dozen Zombies first appeared on Bad Philosophy.
Episode 163-164: Destroy the Past!
Kevin hosts Stephen and new guest Ana Huertas, reflecting on their 2015 experiences, the pending apocalypse, and beards
The post Episode 163-164: Destroy the Past! first appeared on Bad Philosophy.
I'm not a philosophy student or anything (actually I'm taking ASL/English Interpreting) but this show is a really relaxing way to just unwind. I've been out of touch recently (from somewhere between episode 12 to 71) but when I came back I still enjoyed the off the wall weird stuff that comes up. (I naturally go off on "rabbit holes" in conversations so I enjoy it when these guys do too)
I look forward to listening more so keep up the good work!
(Btw, if you want more listeners, which in turn may get you some sponsors, put links up on as many philosophy/random talk online threads and boards. I'm site you'll find SOME people)
They thought Aristotle came 500 years before Plato and it PRETTY MUCH turned me off of the entire thing. Go listen to "Philosopher's Zone" or "Philosophy Now".
BF is AWESOME
Just recently got into philosophy and found this great podcast. They go off topic a lot but thats what makes the show interesting. I would highly advise anyone who wants to learn a lot of interesting stuff to subscribe to it right now.