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Minerva: talking to philosophers.We've been loving wisdom since 2012.

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http://www.minerva-podcast.com/
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Minerva: conversations with diverse philosophers. We've been loving wisdom since 2012.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-04-30 11:54
last episode published
2016-10-02 15:22
publication frequency
43.51 days
Contributors
Joshi Gottlieb owner   author  
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Number of Episodes
38
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
2.10.2016

Episode 21 | Implicit Bias | 27′05′′We like to think of...

Episode 21 | Implicit Bias | 27′05′′We like to think of ourselves as unprejudiced. But psychologists tell us not to be so sure: even if we don’t have any conscious biases, stereotypes might still end up influencing our judgements and our actions implic...
Joshi Gottlieb author
2.10.2016

Episode 21 | Implicit Bias | 27′05′′We like to think of...

Episode 21 | Implicit Bias | 27′05′′We like to think of ourselves as unprejudiced. But psychologists tell us not to be so sure: even if we don’t have any conscious biases, stereotypes might still end up influencing our judgements and our actions implic...
Joshi Gottlieb author
30.03.2016

Episode 20 | Anarchism | 20′48′′‘No gods! No masters.’ But why...

Episode 20 | Anarchism | 20′48′′‘No gods! No masters.’ But why not? This episode features Ruth Kinna on Anarchism.Download this episode | Subscribe in iTunes
Joshi Gottlieb author
30.03.2016

Episode 20 | Anarchism | 20′48′′‘No gods! No masters.’ But why...

Episode 20 | Anarchism | 20′48′′‘No gods! No masters.’ But why not? This episode featuresRuth Kinna on Anarchism.Download this episode |Subscribe in iTunes
Joshi Gottlieb author
7.02.2016

Episode 19 | Well-Being | 23′48′′What makes one’s life go well?...

Episode 19 | Well-Being | 23′48′′What makes one’s life go well? What is intrinsically good for a person? Chris Heathwood talks about the philosophy of well-being.Download this episode | Subscribe in iTunes
Joshi Gottlieb author
7.02.2016

Episode 19 | Well-Being | 23′48′′What makes one’s life go well?...

Episode 19 | Well-Being | 23′48′′What makes one’s life go well? What is intrinsically good for a person?Chris Heathwood talks about the philosophy of well-being.Download this episode |Subscribe in iTunes
Joshi Gottlieb author
12.01.2016

Episode 18 | Addiction | 28′35′′This episode features Richard...

Episode 18 | Addiction | 28′35′′This episode features Richard Holton on addiction, temptation, and the moral life.Download this episode | Subscribe in iTunes
Joshi Gottlieb author
12.01.2016

Episode 18 | Addiction | 28′35′′This episode features Richard...

Episode 18 | Addiction | 28′35′′This episode featuresRichard Holton on addiction, temptation, and the moral life.Download this episode |Subscribe in iTunes
Joshi Gottlieb author
7.08.2015

Episode 17 | Philosophy’s Divide | 56′49′′Most continental...

Episode 17 | Philosophy’s Divide | 56′49′′Most continental philosophers shy away from analytic philosophy, and most analytic philosophers shy away from the continental tradition. Edward Kanterian regrets this trend. He thinks that the distinction betwe...
Joshi Gottlieb author
7.08.2015

Episode 17 | Philosophy’s Divide | 56′49′′Most continental...

Episode 17 | Philosophy’s Divide | 56′49′′Most continental philosophers shy away from analytic philosophy, and most analytic philosophers shy away from the continental tradition.Edward Kanterian regrets this trend. He thinks that the distinction betwee...
Joshi Gottlieb author
19.11.2014

Episode 16 | Fasting | 14’19” Fasting might seem at odds with...

Episode 16 | Fasting | 14’19” Fasting might seem at odds with our modern lives. But Julian Baggini argues that, even for non-religious people, fasting has its virtues. Host: Joshi | Download this episode | Subscribe in iTunes
Joshi Gottlieb author
19.11.2014

Episode 16 | Fasting | 14’19” Fasting might seem at odds with...

Episode 16 | Fasting | 14’19”Fasting might seem at odds with our modern lives. ButJulian Baggini argues that, even for non-religious people, fasting has its virtues.Host:Joshi |Download this episode |Subscribe in iTunes
Joshi Gottlieb author
31.05.2014

Episode 15 | Vegetarianism | 51’00” Is it always wrong to eat...

Episode 15 | Vegetarianism | 51’00” Is it always wrong to eat animals? In this episode we talk to Peter Singer and to Jeff Mcmahan about this quotidian moral question. Peter Singer is a laureate professor at the University of Melbourne, and the Ira W....
Joshi Gottlieb author
31.05.2014

Episode 15 | Vegetarianism | 51’00” Is it always wrong to eat...

Episode 15 | Vegetarianism | 51’00”Is it always wrong to eat animals? In this episode we talk to Peter Singer and to Jeff Mcmahan about this quotidian moral question.Peter Singer is a laureate professor at the University of Melbourne, and the Ira W. De...
Joshi Gottlieb author
17.04.2014

Episode 14 | Spinoza | 26’32”In this episode Steven Nadler talks...

Episode 14 | Spinoza | 26’32”In this episode Steven Nadler talks about Baruch Spinoza, one of the great rationalist philosophers of the 17th century. Steven Nadler has written on Descartes, Malebranche, Leibniz, and Spinoza; he is currently the William...
Joshi Gottlieb author
17.04.2014

Episode 14 | Spinoza | 26’32”In this episode Steven Nadler talks...

Episode 14 | Spinoza | 26’32”In this episodeSteven Nadler talks about Baruch Spinoza, one of the great rationalist philosophers of the 17th century. Steven Nadler has written on Descartes, Malebranche, Leibniz, and Spinoza; he is currently the William ...
Joshi Gottlieb author
30.12.2013

Episode 13 | Moral Progress | 21’16” In this episode we talk to...

Episode 13 | Moral Progress | 21’16” In this episode we talk to Peter Singer about the progress of morality: has there really been moral progress? Should we, one day, give moral status to computers? And why be moral anyway? Peter Singer is a laureate p...
Joshi Gottlieb author
30.12.2013

Episode 13 | Moral Progress | 21’16” In this episode we talk to...

Episode 13 | Moral Progress | 21’16”In this episode we talk toPeter Singer about the progress of morality: has there really been moral progress? Should we, one day, give moral status to computers? And why be moral anyway? Peter Singer is a laureate pro...
Joshi Gottlieb author
15.08.2013

Episode 12 | Metaethics | 35'36" In this episode Simon...

Episode 12 | Metaethics | 35'36" In this episode Simon Kirchin introduces a number of positions in metaethics, and tells us which one he prefers. Simon Kirchin is Reader in Philosophy at the University of Kent. He has interests in all areas of ethics,...
Joshi Gottlieb author
14.08.2013

Episode 12 | Metaethics | 35'36" In this episode Simon...

Episode 12 | Metaethics | 35'36"In this episodeSimon Kirchin introduces a number of positions in metaethics, and tells us which one he prefers. Simon Kirchin is Reader in Philosophy at the University of Kent. He has interests in all areas of ethics, as...
Joshi Gottlieb author
18.07.2013

Episode 11 | Presocratics | 43'05" In this episode Dr....

Episode 11 | Presocratics | 43'05" In this episode Dr. Kelli Rudolph talks about the Presocratics, and argues that they are relevant to contemporary philosophy. Dr. Rudolph (AB Princeton, MPhil and PhD Cantab.) is a Lecturer in Classics and Philosophy...
Joshi Gottlieb author
18.07.2013

Episode 11 | Presocratics | 43'05" In this episode Dr....

Episode 11 | Presocratics | 43'05"In this episode Dr. Kelli Rudolph talks about the Presocratics, and argues that they are relevant to contemporary philosophy. Dr. Rudolph (AB Princeton, MPhil and PhD Cantab.) is a Lecturer in Classics and Philosophy a...
Joshi Gottlieb author
8.05.2013

Episode 10 | Beauty in Mathematics | 24’44” What is the nature...

Episode 10 | Beauty in Mathematics | 24’44” What is the nature of mathematics? Can it be beautiful? Christian Helmut Wenzel considers these questions within the framework of Kant’s transcendental philosophy. He has both a PhD in Philosophy and in Math...
Joshi Gottlieb author
8.05.2013

Episode 10 | Beauty in Mathematics | 24’44” What is the nature...

Episode 10 | Beauty in Mathematics | 24’44”What is the nature of mathematics? Can it be beautiful?Christian Helmut Wenzel considers these questions within the framework of Kant’s transcendental philosophy. He has both a PhD in Philosophy and in Mathema...
Joshi Gottlieb author
18.03.2013

Episode 9 | Nietzsche | 51’31” This episode discusses an...

Episode 9 | Nietzsche | 51’31” This episode discusses an intriguing philosopher: Nietzsche. Dr Daniel Came is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Hull. He has held a Junior Research Fellowship in Philosophy at Worcester College, Oxford and a Co...
Joshi Gottlieb author
18.03.2013

Episode 9 | Nietzsche | 51’31” This episode discusses an...

Episode 9 | Nietzsche | 51’31”This episode discusses an intriguing philosopher: Nietzsche. Dr Daniel Came is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Hull. He has held a Junior Research Fellowship in Philosophy at Worcester College, Oxford and a Col...
Joshi Gottlieb author
27.02.2013

Episode 8 | Philosophy of Psychiatry | 45’48” What does it mean...

Episode 8 | Philosophy of Psychiatry | 45’48” What does it mean to say that somebody is mentally ill? This is one of the many questions asked in the philosophy of psychiatry. Christine Lopes BA, MA, PhD (Philosophy), PGDip (RNMH), teaches Philosophy in...
Joshi Gottlieb author
27.02.2013

Episode 8 | Philosophy of Psychiatry | 45’48” What does it mean...

Episode 8 | Philosophy of Psychiatry | 45’48”What does it mean to say that somebody is mentally ill? This is one of the many questions asked in the philosophy of psychiatry. Christine Lopes BA, MA, PhD (Philosophy), PGDip (RNMH), teaches Philosophy in ...
Joshi Gottlieb author
6.11.2012

Episode 7 | Ernst Cassirer  37’08” Ernst Cassirer is a unique...

Episode 7 | Ernst Cassirer  37’08” Ernst Cassirer is a unique and often overlooked figure in twentieth century Philosophy. The talk in this episode was held by Michael Inwood at the After Kant conference. Michael Inwood has been a Fellow and Tutor in P...
Joshi Gottlieb author
6.11.2012

Episode 7 | Ernst Cassirer  37’08” Ernst Cassirer is a unique...

Episode 7 | Ernst Cassirer  37’08”Ernst Cassirer is a unique and often overlooked figure in twentieth century Philosophy. The talk in this episode was held byMichael Inwood at theAfter Kant conference. Michael Inwood has been a Fellow and Tutor in Phil...
Joshi Gottlieb author
9.09.2012

Episode 6 | Wittgenstein and Metaphilosophy | 27’32”Ludwig...

Episode 6 | Wittgenstein and Metaphilosophy | 27’32”Ludwig Wittgenstein is a philosopher’s philosopher: he had much to say about how philosophy should be done. In this episode Peter Hacker explains Wittgenstein’s metaphilosophical views, talks about th...
Joshi Gottlieb author
9.09.2012

Episode 6 | Wittgenstein and Metaphilosophy | 27’32”Ludwig...

Episode 6 | Wittgenstein and Metaphilosophy | 27’32”Ludwig Wittgenstein is a philosopher’s philosopher: he had much to say about how philosophy should be done. In this episodePeter Hacker explains Wittgenstein’s metaphilosophical views, talks about the...
Joshi Gottlieb author
30.06.2012

Episode 5 | Marx and Morality 33'51’’ Morality is...

Episode 5 | Marx and Morality 33'51’’ Morality is often considered to be ahistorical. In this episode we focus on Marx, who disagrees with this view of morality. David Marjoribanks’ research focuses on the theories of ideology and the implications for ...
Joshi Gottlieb author
30.06.2012

Episode 5 | Marx and Morality 33'51’’ Morality is...

Episode 5 | Marx and Morality 33'51’’Morality is often considered to be ahistorical. In this episode we focus on Marx, who disagrees with this view of morality. David Marjoribanks’ research focuses on the theories of ideology and the implications for m...
Joshi Gottlieb author
21.05.2012

Episode 4 | The Mary Argument 14'11’’ Most...

Episode 4 | The Mary Argument 14'11’’ Most scientists will tell you that the world is entirely physical. Frank Jackson is famous for a thought experiment that challenges this worldview. He is a Distinguished Professor at Australian National University ...
Joshi Gottlieb author
21.05.2012

Episode 4 | The Mary Argument 14'11’’ Most...

Episode 4 | The Mary Argument 14'11’’Most scientists will tell you that the world is entirely physical. Frank Jackson is famous for a thought experiment that challenges this worldview. He is a Distinguished Professor at Australian National University a...
Joshi Gottlieb author
6.05.2012

Episode 3 | Epidemiology 20’00” What is Epidemiology, and why is...

Episode 3 | Epidemiology 20’00” What is Epidemiology, and why is it philosophically interesting? Dr. Alex Broadbent is establishing the philosophy of epidemiology as a distinct area within the philosophy of science, and he has a blog on this topic. He ...
Joshi Gottlieb author
6.05.2012

Episode 3 | Epidemiology 20’00” What is Epidemiology, and why is...

Episode 3 | Epidemiology 20’00”What is Epidemiology, and why is it philosophically interesting? Dr. Alex Broadbent is establishing the philosophy of epidemiology as a distinct area within the philosophy of science, and he has ablog on this topic. He is...
Joshi Gottlieb author