Shows tagged with : Popular Culture

  • July 15 : The Movie Show
    Along with the blockbusters, summer is a great time to catch up on some of the deeper movies you may have missed over the past year. Whether you...
  • July 31 : Philosophy and Everyday Life
    Philosophy isn't just about cosmic issues.  Every day is full of events that raise philosophical questions: why do we eat the things we eat,...
  • May 16 : Philosophy Talk "Live" Highlights
    It's a Philosophy Talk highlight reel for the membership drive! In this special episode, John and Ken relive some favorite moments from Philosophy...
  • June 21 : Philosophy Through Humor
    Why did Nietzsche cross the road? To get beyond good and evil! How is a good joke like a good philosophical argument? Are philosophical tenets at the...
  • July 22 : Philosophy Through Humor
    Why did Nietzsche cross the road? To get beyond good and evil! How is a good joke like a good philosophical argument? Are philosophical tenets at the...

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  • February 7 : Freedom and Free Enterprise
    “Freedom” means the human capacity to choose among options, based on one’s own preferences and reasoning. It also stands for the political status to...
  • February 14 : White Privilege and Racial Injustice
    “White privilege” has become a buzzword in discussions about racial inequality and racial justice. The call to “check your privilege” appeals to...
  • February 21 : The Ethics of Debt
    According to a report from the Jubilee Debt Campaign, there are currently 24 countries facing a full-blown debt crisis, with 14 more on the verge....
  • February 28 : Finding Meaning in a Material World
    All there is in the world is physical stuff. That is the fundamental assumption of the materialist standpoint, and the picture given to us by science...
  • March 6 : Simone de Beauvoir
    Simone de Beauvoir is often cast as only a novelist or a mere echo of Jean-Paul Sartre. But she authored many philosophical texts beyond The Second...
  • March 13 : The Ancient Cosmos: When the Earth Stood Still
    Even in ancient Greek society, philosopher-scientists engaged in heated debate about the origin, composition, and structure of our universe. Tracking...
  • March 20 : The Science of Happiness
    Positive psychology is an emerging science that investigates the qualities, attitudes, and practices that enable people to thrive and be happy....
  • March 27 : Gun Control
    The right to bear arms, as guaranteed by the Second Amendment, is at once both distinctly American and highly controversial. Incidents such as the...
  • April 3 : Extreme Altruism
    We can all agree that helping others is great, a deed worth doing. But devoting too much to helping others – too much time, too many resources – may...

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