Ever wondered where your mind ends and the world begins? Ever questioned the idea of morality or tried to challenge a widely held assumption? Listen up! We're making the same kinds of queries here, from a variety of perspectives within the humanities--literary, philosophical, historical, and cultural.
This series offers episodes on all things relevant to the humanities, from philosophical quandaries to pop cultural musings and beyond. Each piece is written by a graduate student at The University of Texas at Austin and produced on campus in the College of Liberal Arts.
Gabbard and the Gita
Today’s episode explores the significance of a sacred Hindu text—the Bhagavad Gita.
Don't Mess With Texas History
This episode could change how you remember the Alamo.
To Lie or Not To Lie, Deep Thoughts with Immanuel Kant
This episode will have you asking: What moral rules do I live by?
Kids These Days!
This episode will make you think twice before you blame Twitter or Facebook for the downfall of society.
You Didn't Start the Fire
This episode asks: how do you know what you know?
Disbanding the Language Police
This episode encourages you to embrace your own way of communicating—bad grammar and all.