Logic Philosophy Podcast

An in-depth philosophy podcast exploring paradoxes, thought experiments, and other pointless problems.

Is physicalism epistemically self-defeating? What is logic, anyway? What are regress problems? Do numbers "exist"? What is the best solution to the sorites paradox? What are mental qualities? Are there objective ethical facts? If you're not obsessed with at least some of these questions, then this podcast probably ain't for you.

New episodes every Tuesday.

Episode 29: David Rosenthal: Consciousness (02/27/2018)

Episode 28: David Rosenthal: Mental Qualities (02/20/2018)

Episode 27: Catarina Dutilh Novaes: Logic as Social Practice (02/13/2018)
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Episode 26: Steve Patterson: Certainty and Logic (02/06/2018)
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Episode 25: Steve Patterson: Against Academia (01/30/2018)
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Episode 24: Amie Thomasson: Objections to Easy Ontology (01/23/2018)
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Episode 23: Amie Thomasson: Ontology Made Easy (01/16/2018)
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Episode 22: Michael Zigismund: Philosophy of Law (01/09/2017)
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Episode 21: Why (I) Do Philosophy? (01/02/2017)
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Episode 20: Tomas Kaye, Pt. 3: Omniveillance (12/26/2017)
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Episode 19: Tomas Kaye, Pt. 2: Mechanics of Market Anarchism (12/19/2017)
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Episode 18: Tomas Kaye, Pt. 1: Foundations for Political Philosophy (12/12/2017)
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Episode 17: Greg Restall: Objections to Logical Pluralism, and the Preface and Liar Paradoxes (12/05/2017)
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Episode 16: Greg Restall: Logica Pluralism (11/28/2017)
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Episode 15: The Case for Anarchism, Pt. 2: Necessity and Strategy (11/21/2017)
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Episode 14: The Case for Anarchism, Pt. 1: Social Ontology (11/14/2017)
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Episode 13: Against Certainty, Pt. 2: Logic (11/07/2017)
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Episode 12: Against Certainty, Pt. 1: Knowledge and Experience (10/31/2017)
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Episode 11: Brian Nuckols, Pt. 3: Techniques (10/24/2017)
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Episode 10: Brian Nuckols on Dreams, Pt.2: Freud and Jung (10/17/2017)
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Episode 9: Brian Nuckols, Pt.1: Ontology of Dreams (10/10/2017)
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Episode 8: Graham Priest: Sorites Paradox (10/03/2017)
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Episode 7: Graham Priest: Unity and Regress (09/26/2017)
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Episode 6: Kripke's Naming and Necessity (09/19/2017)
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Episode 5: Jim Slagle: The Epistemological Skyhook, Part 2: Skepticism, Theism, Mind (09/12/2017)
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Episode 4: Jim Slagle: The Epistemological Skyhook, Part 1: Plantinga (09/05/2017)
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Episode 3: Intro to the Liar, Part 2: Structure (08/29/2017)
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Episode 2: Intro to the Liar, Part 1: Variations (08/22/2017)
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Episode 1: What Is Logic? What Are Paradoxes? (08/15/2017)
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