Where's the human touch?
I'm commuting 3 hours a day in my car. Not good for the environment, but I thought I'd at least try to educate myself. So, searching through itunes free podcasts I found this; a nice compact introduction to philosophy. This is clever, it took me a while to figure out it wasn't a man, but a computer that was speaking to me. But surely it can't be too difficult or expensive to pay someone to read this stuff out. At best the life has been taken out of this subject, at worst some of the stresses on the words completely lose the meaning. I would prefer they give some struggling actor an afternoon's work.
Nick Malone via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/03/06
More reviews of The Philosophy Podcast
There is all variety of podcasts out there, and this is one. However, I think I can say without exaggeration and with reasonable certainty, that this one brings a unique value to the corruscant constellation of spoken thought.
Hersh Ashish via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/30/07
Gives the listener a clear rudimentary introduction to key concepts of the most important thinkers that shaped our nation.
redival via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/10/07
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...Read full review »
Mr. Corece via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/25/09
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