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. 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.

a-ha in concert
Lady Gaga looks into the camera.
Outkast, in concert.
Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day, in concert.
Two children walking down a road together.
The shore
50 Cent at a table with headphones in boxes

Ep. 16 Notes (“In da Club,” by 50 Cent)

Authenticity: can you change while remaining true to yourself? And what makes you yourself, anyway? Listen to the episode and explore background material.

A horse looking dramatic in front of fallen tree limbs.

Ep. 15 Notes (“Beer for My Horses,” by Toby Keith and Willie Nelson)

Justice and collective action. (Which of the two types of justice do you focus on? Is it possible for a group to do things?) Listen to the episode and explore background material.

Robert Smith, of the Cure

Ep. 11 Notes (“Friday I’m in Love,” by the Cure)

Are emotions active or passive? Do we impose them on the world, or does the world impose them on us? Also, the difference between harmony and counterpoint. Listen to the episode and explore background material.

Garth Brooks in concert.
A picture of Olivia Newton-John.
A torn "private property" sign on a fence post
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.

Joan Jett, in concert.