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Philosophers have always fascinated by paradoxes. In this episode of Philosophy Bites Nigel Warburton interviews Peter Cave about paradoxes and their relevance to philosophy.Listen to Peter Cave on Paradoxes
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Having listened to them all, I think this was the best podcast so far. "As with most of these things philosophers can go on in business endlessly." Not only were the remarks proceeding this one very insightful, but this made me laugh out loud. Cheers.
Gareth Chantler |
September 22, 2008 at 08:36 PM
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