A ton of other songs show in this episode:
“Mysterious Ways,” by U2
“When a Man Loves a Woman,” by Michael Bolton
“Peek-a-Boo,” by Siouxsie and the Banshees
“Black or White,” by Michael Jackson
“I’m Too Sexy,” by Right Said Fred
“Come as You Are,” by Nirvana
“Baby Got Back,” by Sir Mix-A-Lot
“Creep,” by Stone Temple Pilots
“Eruption,” by Van Halen
“We’re Not Gonna Take It,” by Twisted Sister
“God Save the Queen,” by the Sex Pistols
“Blowin’ in the Wind,” by Bob Dylan
And I also refer to this clip from The Big Lebowski, by the Coen Brothers.
In the episode, I drew on information you can find at the following links.
I refer in the podcast Albert Camus‘ The Myth of Sisyphus, and to Hegel‘s theory of historical dialectic. See The Partially Examined Life‘s post on Hegel’s theory, and listen to the Philosophy Bites episode thereon.
If you want to know more about Hegel, I would recommend Dr. Greg B. Sadler’s Half Hour Hegel video series.
I also refer to my forthcoming paper “How Philosophers Appeal to Priority to Effect Revolution,” in the philosophy journal Metaphilosophy. You can read a draft of that article at the above link.
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