im shocked
that entitled opinions averages 4.5 (it should be 5). this podcast sets the standard for philosophy and literature podcasts, maybe podcasts in general, maybe public literature media in general. harrisons dante/heidegger rich background means he takes such a multi-layered response to each/monologue. he's not afraid to disagree with his guests, so there are real discussions (these aren't simple interviews). i cant say enough good things. usually i would point to a few great episodes, but for entitled, there are probably thirty to forty truly great ones.Read full review »
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Entitled Opinions suffers the worst and most damning that can be said of an intellectually-oriented podcast; it comes across as pretentious. Robert Harrison is incessantly unctuous and self-impressed; even the name, 'Entitled Opinions', suggests that they have something to say of...Read full review »
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Even on a limited listening list, this show is always necessary.
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