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In this show we will try to explore deeply philosophical questions & the work of important philosophers. The aim is to have a philosophical dialogue with experts in their fields.

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In this show we will try to explore deeply philosophical questions & the work of important philosophers. The aim is to have a philosophical dialogue with experts in their fields.

    Thinking Through Food: A Philosophical Introduction | Alexandra Plakias | EP. 6 Food Series

    Thinking Through Food: A Philosophical Introduction | Alexandra Plakias | EP. 6 Food Series

    This conversation is part of the series 'The Philosophy, Science, & Aesthetics of Food' ('Dare to know!' Philosophy Podcast). Today we are joined by Alexandra Plakias. Alexandra Plakias is the Associate Professor of Philosophy at Hamilton College. Her research focuses on metaethics and moral psychology: the role of disgust in moral judgment; moral disagreement and objectivity; the relevance of empirical psychology to metaethics. She also works on food and philosophy.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    A Philosophy of Recipes | Food Ontology | Andrea Borghini | EP. 5 Food Series

    A Philosophy of Recipes | Food Ontology | Andrea Borghini | EP. 5 Food Series

    This conversation is part of the series 'The Philosophy, Science, & Aesthetics of Food' ('Dare to know!' Philosophy Podcast). Today we are joined by Andrea Borghini. Andrea Borghini is the Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Milan and Director of Culinary Mind, an International Research Center for the Philosophy of Food. In his work, he develops new theoretical tools to rethink how we speak, structure, sense, and feel about food, eating, and culinary culture.

    • 1 hr 52 min
    Understanding Noam Chomsky #15: Language and Emotion: Perfect Imperfections? (with Norbert Corver)

    Understanding Noam Chomsky #15: Language and Emotion: Perfect Imperfections? (with Norbert Corver)

    This conversation is part of the 'Understanding Noam Chomsky' Series ('Dare to know!' Philosophy Podcast). Today we are joined by Norbert Corver. Norbert Corver is Professor of Dutch Linguistics in the Department of Languages, Literature, and Communication at Utrecht University, and a member of the Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS. He is one of the editors of the book series Studies in Generative Grammar, published by Mouton de Gruyter.

    • 1 hr 35 min
    Food & The Good Life | Nietzsche & Interpretation | Robert T. Valgenti | EP. 4 Food Series

    Food & The Good Life | Nietzsche & Interpretation | Robert T. Valgenti | EP. 4 Food Series

    This conversation is part of the series 'The Philosophy, Science, & Aesthetics of Food' ('Dare to know!' Philosophy Podcast). Robert T. Valgenti was Professor of Philosophy and The Chair of the Department of Religion and Philosophy at Lebanon Valley College. His research and teaching covers contemporary Italian philosophy, hermeneutics, biopolitics, and the philosophy of food. He is also a member of the Menus of Change University Research Collaborative and a desk editor for the journal Gastronomica.

    • 2 hr 9 min
    Gastrophysics: The New Science of Eating | Charles Spence | EP 3. Food Series

    Gastrophysics: The New Science of Eating | Charles Spence | EP 3. Food Series

    This conversation is part of the series 'The Philosophy, Science, & Aesthetics of Food' ('Dare to know!' Philosophy Podcast). Charles Spence is the Professor of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford. He is interested in how people perceive the world around them. In particular, how our brains manage to process the information from each of our different senses (such as smell, taste, sight, hearing, and touch) to form the extraordinarily rich multisensory experiences that fill our daily lives.

    • 2 hr 28 min
    The Hierarchy of the Senses | Philosophy of Taste | Carolyn Korsmeyer | EP. 2 Food Series

    The Hierarchy of the Senses | Philosophy of Taste | Carolyn Korsmeyer | EP. 2 Food Series

    This conversation is part of the series 'The Philosophy, Science, & Aesthetics of Food' ('Dare to know!' Philosophy Podcast). Carolyn Korsmeyer is the Research Professor of Philosophy at the University at Buffalo, and her areas in philosophy include aesthetics and emotion theory. She has a special interest in the senses that have been traditionally neglected by philosophy: taste and touch. In her books, Professor Korsmeyer addresses taste, food, disgust, and related subjects.

    • 1 hr 31 min

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