I talk with young, diverse philosophers about the social and political issues of our day. We learn. We laugh. We plot revolutions.
Episode 054: Robert Talisse on Overdoing Democracy
Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Robert Talisse about the value of democracy, what it means to overdo democracy, what we should do instead, and so much more.
Episode 053: Michael Burroughs on Children & Agency
Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Michael Burroughs about child development, agency in children, holding children responsible, and so much more.
Episode 052: John Torrey on Reparations
Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher John Torrey about reparations, public apologies, what kind of justice is needed for African Americans, and so much more.
Episode 051: Ellie Anderson on The Divide in Philosophy
Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Ellie Anderson about the continental/analytic divide, methodology, marginalization in the academy, and so much more.
Episode 050: Axelle Karera on Frantz Fanon
Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Axelle Karera about anti-colonial thought, Frantz Fanon, existentialism, and so much more.
Episode 049: Adam Hosein on Discrimination
Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Adam Hosein about theories of discrimination, inclusion, anti-discrimination norms, and so much more.
A MUST LISTEN!!
This podcast is a must listen; not only for those who are interested in philosophy. This is a must listen for those interested in society!
She tackles the hard topics that society is facing today.
As a recent philosophy major I’m so glad this podcast exists
Essential listening for philosophers and non-philosophers
This podcast has felt like a lifeline to the kind of discussions that attracted me to the discipline. I wish it had been around when I was in grad school. I am hoping to use this podcast to introduce my students to philosophical discussions outside of the mainstream canon. As someone who teaches Phil of Race, i keep coming back to different episodes and I find myself incorporating new ideas into my lectures after listening to the podcast. The only downside, and this is no a dig on Cherry or her superb podcast, is that the apple podcast ap does not archive every single episode, so I cannot download some of the early episodes again (e.g., Kristie Dotson's podcast from way back has been my go-to episode for when philosophy gets me in a funk).