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Philosophy Talk regularly records programs for live audiences around the country.

Several shows have been professionally filmed and are presented here. Enjoy!


Z Space, San Francisco, California - How Fiction Shapes Us with Joshua Landy

 

Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon - Why Be Moral? with James Sterba

 

Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon - The Nature of Wilderness with Jay Odenbaugh

 

Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon - The Moral Costs of Climate Change with Allen Thompson

 

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California - Corporations and the Future of Democracy with Russ Feingold

 

Mill Valley Public Library, Mill Valley, California - What Is Love? with Troy Jollimore

 

Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon - Is Nothing Sacred Anymore? with Cora Diamond

 

Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon - Latin-American Philosophy with Joseph Orosco

 

The Marsh, San Francisco, California - What is a Wife? with Marilyn Yalom

 

The Marsh, San Francisco, California - War, Sacrifice, and the Media with Judith Butler

 

Illahee Institute, Portland, Oregon - Desire with William Irvine

 

Illahee Institute, Portland, Oregon - Beliefs Gone Wild with Michael Philips

 

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California - The Very Idea of a University with John Etchemendy

 

Oregon Public Broadcasting, Portland, Oregon - Race, Class, and Inequality with Elizabeth Kiss



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  • August 9 : God and the Fine-Tuned Universe
    If the precise value of many physical constants had been different, the universe would not have supported life, human life, consciousness, philosophy...
  • August 16 : Leibniz
    The intellectual domain of Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz cannot be captured in a single adjective. For most of his life, he was a jurist, a courtier...
  • August 23 : Are Some People Better Than Others?
    Egalitarian principles play an important role in our moral and political discourse. Yet there’s no doubt that some people are smarter, stronger, or...
  • August 30 : Education and the Culture Wars
    In contemporary democracies, the state is responsible  for providing children with an education. But parents surely have both the right and...

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