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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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  • October 2 : Trust and Mistrust
    If we couldn't trust each other, our lives would be very different. We trust strangers not to harm us, we trust our friends to take care of our most...
  • October 9 : Matter and Energy - The Dark Side
    All the matter we have ever observed accounts for less than 5% of the universe. The rest? Dark energy and dark matter: mysterious entities that we...
  • October 16 : Moral Luck
    It seems reasonable to believe that we can only be blamed or praised for actions that are under our control. Nevertheless, in many concrete scenarios...
  • October 23 : The Mystery of the Multiverse
    At the foundation of modern theoretical physics lie the equations that define our universe, telling us of its beginnings, evolution, and future. Make...

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