Nigel Warburton has launched a new podcast series Philosophy Sites, consisting of interviews about places linked with philosophers. This is also available here on iTunes. The first episode is an interview with Ray Monk, author of Ludwig Wittgenstein: the duty of genius, on Wittgenstein's grave in Cambridge. Forthcoming episodes will include interviews on Jeremy Bentham's Auto-Icon and on Karl Marx's flat in Soho, London
Philosophy Bites Again (OUP), the third of our Philosophy Bites books, is about to appear in paperback in the UK...
The Philosophy Bites podcast is now available on Spotify - mobile site only (as well as on iTunes, and from this site).
Philosophy in the Bookshop (Blackwell's bookshop, Oxford)
Nigel Warburton is interviewing a number of philosophers at Blackwell's bookshop in Oxford for the series Philosophy in the Bookshop. All events are free and no booking is required. Forthcoming interviews:
Saturday 1st October 11am Blackwell's Bookshop, Oxford (free): Nigel interviews Philosophy Bites interviewee Cécile Fabre about her new book Cosmopolitan Peace.
Saturday 5th November 11am Blackwell's Bookshop, Oxford (free): Nigel interviews Philosophy Bites interviewee Adrian Moore on Infinity.
Tuesday 27th Sept 10 am - 12.30. Nigel will be speaking at an event about European Identity at the European Parliament in Brussels.
Wednesday 28th Sept. 6.45pm - 8.15pm, David Edmonds will be taking part in a How To Academy event in London with Rebecca Roache, Anders Sandberg, and Hannah Maslen further details here.
Tuesday 1st Nov. 7.30pm Nigel will be interviewing wife and husband team Jela Krečič and Slavoj Žižek at Conway Hall, London. Details here.
David Edmonds has edited a selection of short blogposts from the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics website. This has just been published as the book Philosophers Take on the World (OUP).
Big Ideas in Social Science (SAGE publishing) edited by David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton - this is based on the podcast series Social Science Bites and consists of modified transcripts of 18 interviews with social scientists, including Kate Pickett, Jonathan Haidt, Stephen Pinker, Ann Oakley, Robert J. Shiller, Bruce Hood, Robin Dunbar, David Goldblatt and others.