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

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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.

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Lady Gaga looks into the camera.
A statue of Paul Revere.
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Outkast, in concert.
A picture of Prince on stage.
Two people put up a stop sign on a snowy slope.
A picture of Olivia Newton-John.
The Police, in concert.

Ep. 2 Notes (“Every Breath You Take,” by the Police)

In this episode, we explore the topics of ownership, belonging, and being together/alone in the Police’s “Every Breath You Take.” Listen to the episode and explore background material.