Ep. 41 Notes: “White Christmas,” by Bing Crosby

Listen to the episode: Subscribe via iTunes | Listen via Stitcher Go to previous episode | Go to next episode The Songs “Karma Police,” by Radiohead And here are the lyrics. “Sexy Sadie,” by the Beatles (a video of the actual song does not exist #copyright) Supporting Songs “I’ve Been Good to You,” by Smokey Robinson and the Read more about Ep. 41 Notes: “White Christmas,” by Bing Crosby[…]

Ep. 40 Notes: “Karma Police,” by Radiohead / “Sexy Sadie,” by the Beatles

Listen to the episode: Subscribe via iTunes | Listen via Stitcher Go to previous episode | Go to next episode The Songs “Karma Police,” by Radiohead And here are the lyrics. “Sexy Sadie,” by the Beatles (a video of the actual song does not exist #copyright) Supporting Songs “I’ve Been Good to You,” by Smokey Robinson and the Read more about Ep. 40 Notes: “Karma Police,” by Radiohead / “Sexy Sadie,” by the Beatles[…]

Ep. 41: “White Christmas,” by Bing Crosby

What makes something beautiful? Why are high-frame-rate movies ugly? Do we have subjective experiences? Notes: http://www.top40philosophy.com/ep41notes Previous episode | Next episode ________ Featured image by Bob Canning, provided on Unsplash.

Ep. 40: “Karma Police,” by Radiohead / “Sexy Sadie” by the Beatles

What is karma, how does it work, and do you have a self? Indian philosophers dialogue with Descartes, Hume, and the Beatles. Notes: http://www.top40philosophy.com/ep40notes Previous episode | Next episode ________ Featured image by Daniele Dalledonne, who provides it under a CC BY-SA 2.0 license.