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History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps
Peter Adamson, Professor of Philosophy at the LMU in Munich and at King's College London, takes listeners through the history of philosophy, "without any gaps".
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4.7 stars from 2,630 ratings
Impressive, fun and digestible
This pod has been such a great friend on my daily routines over the years. If I had the opportunity to have a beer with any philosopher in history, Mr Adamson would definitely be the one. Cheers and thank you very much.
Mjölnaren via Apple Podcasts · Sweden · 08/03/22
Incredible work
As a podcast junky and an early adopter of the medium, and a complete geek when it comes to history, this is one of the most towering pieces of work I’ve encountered in this medium. Peter puts in what must be an unfathomable amount of work to present his topic - as the title says - without any...Read full review »
JosephS1 via Apple Podcasts · Spain · 07/23/22
Inspiring and funny
Also the first podcast that lives up to my fondness for giraffes.
Nhents_ via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 06/03/22
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