Great Introduction
Perhaps one might be turned off by the, at times, monotonous readings but it kind of is what philosophy is at its root. It is a lot of repetition expounding upon the central idea/s of the authors intent or argument. The excitement is acquired from the discovery of these remarkable writings and the application of them today (or disproving). If you want a bedtime story with onamanapeas and tonal fluctuations then try an audio book; the accent in this podcast, however, is provided in the diction and the philosophical lexicon by these western philosophy titans. I think it is a great introduction to philosophy or just a refresher for some.
Mr. Corece via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/25/09
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The right selections, the right length, well produced. The best liberal arts education consists of reading for 15 minutes a day from a five foot shelf of books. Excellent and appreciated.
GreyGhost24 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/04/07
While certainly not complete, these podcasts are a great intro to major works, and they get your brain working!
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