Genocide is, at first glance, a straightforward term. We understand what it is and why it is such an evil. But, as  Chandran Kukathas of the London School of Economics argues in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast, perhaps the received definition of this term needs refinement.
Direct download: Chandran_Kukathas_on_Genocide.mp3
Category:Chandran Kukathas -- posted at: 12:57pm EDT

How do we learn anything? This isn't a puzzle until you start thinking hard about it. In his dialogue The Meno, Plato presented an apparent paradox about inquiry. M.M. McCabe discusses this paradox and its continuing relevance.
Direct download: MM_McCabe_on_the_Paradox_of_Inquiry.mp3
Category:M.M. McCabe -- posted at: 3:17pm EDT

Parmenides was one of the most important pre-Socratic philosophers. Raymond Tallis discusses his ideas and influence in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.
Direct download: Raymond_Tallis_on_Parmenides.mp3
Category:Raymond Tallis -- posted at: 1:08pm EDT



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