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General Philosophy Podcasts
Philosophy Podcasts from Learn Out Loud
Scroll down to view various philosophy related podcasts.
A highly engaging podcast that is chronologically covering philosophers and their ideas.
History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps
From Peter Adamson, the series looks at the ideas, lives and historical context of the major philosophers as well as the lesser-known figures of the tradition.
The Partially Examined Life
The Partially Examined Life podcast is our attempt to recreate the good old days when we'd meet up after a seminar to drink beer and talk shop or get some teaching yas out where students couldn't talk back. We're recording it to share our joy in "doing" philosophy with all who care to listen while ranting bitterly about the profession that we so long ago escaped.
Youtube Philosophy Channels
Wireless Philosophy's "mission is to introduce people to the practice of philosophy by making videos that are freely available in a form that is entertaining, interesting and accessible to people with no background in the subject." It is an official Khan Academy Partner with professors from Yale, Stanford, Oxford, MIT, and more.
"Philosophy Talk" is weekly radio program created and lead by John Perry and Ken Taylor, two Philosophy Professors from Stanford University. It seeks to bring the richness of philosophical thought to a broad public.
School of Life
The School of Life is both a You Tube channel and physical school devoted to emotional education.
Philosophy Tube is a Youtube channel, presented by Olly Lennard, dedicated to exploring famous philosophical texts and questions.
Philosophical Overdose is a collection of Academic Philosophy Videos (both Analytic Philosophy & Continental Philosophy): Logic, Epistemology, History of Ideas, Consciousness, Skepticism, Science, Political Theory, Ontology, Ethics, Religion, etc.
Harvard Philosophy Department
"This channel features a variety of content--lectures, public conversations, interviews, and the like--by members of the Department of Philosophy at Harvard University, as well as by invited guest speakers. The majority of the material found here was originally delivered to public audiences consisting of people from a range of educational backgrounds."
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