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New Books in Philosophy
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4.2 stars from 135 ratings
An invaluable resource
There are so many new books in philosophy, that oftentimes it’s difficult to get around to reading outside your particular area of interest. To have a podcast where philosophers are able to lay out their arguments in their own words and which also directs you to a more thorough work they’ve...Read full review »
HickeyBickey via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/21/22
Content + / Form -
What the title (and other reviewers) said. I’m a philosophy professor and love the content but, for god’s sake, PLEASE edit out the interviewers incessant “um”s! The only reason that the podcast is bearable is that the interviews speak better.
Gaal Dornick via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/18/21
Best academic philosophy podcast
This podcast is among the best online resources for those who want or need to stay updated on the field of contemporary philosophy. Though it’s by nature (much) less comprehensive, I’d say it’s on par with other essentials like NDPR, Philpapers and the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Ainar MS via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 05/13/21
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