I recently finished listening to the audiobook version of Berkley philosopher Alva Noë’s Strange Tools: Art and Human Nature (Farrar, Straus and Giroux/Hill & Wang/MacMillan, 2015). Point 1 (of 5). More Philosophy Audiobooks, Please First, I want more philosophy audiobooks like this. Moooooooooooooooaaaar. Though my Ph.D. is in philosophy, I’ve always found reading difficult. That is, Read more about Alva Noë’s <em>Strange Tools</em> on music[…]
The problem of other minds: can you know what’s going on inside another person’s head? Is it possible to share experiences? Listen to the episode and explore background material.
Does virtue change? Do cultures make progress in understanding virtue? Might “Eye of the Tiger” represent a regress? Drama! Listen to the episode and explore background material.