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Philosophy Bites
David Edmonds (Uehiro Centre, Oxford University) and Nigel Warburton (freelance philosopher/writer) interview top philosophers on a wide range of topics. Two books based on the series have been published by Oxford University Press. We are currently self-funding - donations very welcome via our website
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 2,451 ratings
An observation
This is an excellent podcast, but it has its shortcomings. One is that it is a forum for left-of-center academics and thinkers. The absence of diversity is conspicuous!
Pimmmey via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/03/21
I wholeheartedly recommend this podcast. I am a creative, discerning individual who plans to donate $ to back up this claim. These are the types of conversation that I luckily have with my husband on a regular basis. They provide a refreshing instillation of intelligence which are so needed in...Read full review »
Paula Acheson via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/20/21
This Great😂
I have always been known to ask philosophical questions as a very young child and I still do. It often confuses people I talk to🙈 I recently started high school and it is very stressful. This podcast helps relieve some of that stress and almost takes me back to something that makes me happy✨...Read full review »
viki viking via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 04/21/21
Recent Episodes
Spinoza was famously heretical in his views. No surprise then that he defended free expression. Here Steven Nadler discusses Spinoza's views on this topic with Nigel Warburton.
Published 05/18/21
What is the status of something that is an absence, like a hole? Suki Finn explores the metaphysics of nothing in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. Suki is also the editor of a new book based on Philosophy Bites interviews with women philosophers selected from our archive Women of...
Published 03/08/21
Jacques Derrida was a controversial philosopher whose writing could be fiendishly difficult to read. Nevertheless he had many followers. Here Pete Salmon, author of a recent biography of Derrida, manages to give a clear account of what Derrida meant by deconstruction.  This episode was sponsored...
Published 02/18/21
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