Friedrich Nietzsche's The Genealogy of Morality provides a radical view of the origins of our values. Nigel Warburton interviews Christopher Janaway about this important book in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.
Direct download: Christopher_Janaway_on_Nietzsche_on_Morality.mp3
Category:Christopher Janaway -- posted at: 5:05am EST

Philosophers have been fascinated by paradoxes since ancient times. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Nigel Warburton interviews Peter Cave about paradoxes and their relevance to philosophy.
Direct download: Peter_Cave_on_Paradoxes.mp3
Category:Peter Cave -- posted at: 6:15am EST

Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason is a notoriously difficult work. In this interview for Philosophy Bites A.W. Moore of Oxford University gives a succinct account of this complex and influential attempt to clarify the limits of human understanding.
Direct download: Adrian_Moore_on_Kants_Metaphysics.mp3
Category:Adrian Moore -- posted at: 2:45pm EST

Philosophers of mind have traditionally introspected sitting alone in their rooms. Now new developments in neuroscience are producing surprising results, some of which are relevant to philosophy. Phenomena such as blind sight and mirror neurones suggest that we would be foolish to decide what is possible a priori. Barry C. Smith gives an insight in to this intriguing area in this episode of Philosophy Bites.
Direct download: Barry_Smith_on_Neuroscience_1.mp3
Category:Barry Smith -- posted at: 9:16am EST



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