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Philosophize This!

Philosophize This!

6 yıl önce

Today's episode is the first installment of a series on the great Cold War era thinkers Sartre and Camus. Today we lay the foundations for the line of thinking known as existentialism and focus on Sartre's view of freedom.

Andrew Nigsian
Andrew Nigsian 3 yıl önce
No intellectual podcast that I’ve ever come across, and I have come across many, even remotely comes close to Philosophize This. Bravo!
Tomatoversace 6 yıl önce
Hey Steven, I listen to your podcasts every night! I've been in love with learning for a while now, but I think when it comes to philosophy I have found a core to learning and finding new ways to think. Thank you for running this show, thank you for the show, I learn a ton from it.
Jeffrey Suzuki
Jeffrey Suzuki 5 yıl önce
This show is criminally underviewed.
quark flavours
quark flavours Yıl önce
"Anxiety is the dizziness of freedom" is also the title of an amazing short story by ted chiang
Steven 2 yıl önce
Hello, I have just discovered your channel and I love it! Thank you for your work 🙂
Justin Wallace
Justin Wallace
Not only is it a clear and approachable understanding of philosophy, but the jokes are engaging. You sir are my hero. I am tonight for the first time, after 25 years of private study, attending a philosophy club at my local university. You have given me the courage to do so. Thanks
Christine Martin
Christine Martin
My favorite two fellas ... articulate presentation.
thetraveller alone
thetraveller alone
I don't know if my question is very basic. I am not a philosophy student, but a humble enthusiast who follows videos online. To ask simply, 'Where is consciousness located according to Sartre? Is it within the individual human being? What would be the answer for a layperson, without going into philosophical jargon?'
Susanna Heymans
Susanna Heymans Yıl önce
Absolutely incredible.
R.C. Waldun
R.C. Waldun 3 yıl önce
That remark on the pronunciation of Jean Paul Sartre was hilarious:D
Neil Jaucian
Neil Jaucian 3 yıl önce
ive been a hard determinist for a year now and now with this sartre episode that you did in your podcast im confuzzled please
Vic Snaggletooth
Vic Snaggletooth
it shall provoke to pause and think, and keep on that. Thank you, Steven.
Sean Patrick Richards
Sean Patrick Richards 2 yıl önce
it IS really trippy and scarey to think you could really do anything.. that maybe your "life's purpose" or "dream" is something flexible that you've just been telling yourself.. you could really be doing anything! You might really be missing out cause of stupid a story in your head :O
dru Yıl önce
What you explain at the beginning is the beginning of a mushroom trip. First: pondering words and what they mean, staring at plants... Goes on and on 😂
EmanuelSpader 3 yıl önce
Awesome episode! Thank you
Limitless 1
Limitless 1 4 yıl önce
Wow you are a good teacher
Gerry Mackenzie
Gerry Mackenzie 6 yıl önce
this is greatest podcast in lecture form ever. if u enjoy check out Dan carlins common sense.
Neil Jaucian
Neil Jaucian 3 yıl önce
sir can you please make an episode about determinism? please sir id like to hear what you have to say about the topic
NOETIC 5 yıl önce
Looking forward to this
GreenRust 2 yıl önce
1 minute into that clip and i have to google how germans say squirrel.... thank you very much ....
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