Edmonds and Warburton: Philosophy Bites
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Philosophy Bites features in the iTunes Best of 2008 audio podcasts list that has just been issued. We are delighted that so many people out there seem to be interested in philosophical discussion. Thanks for all your emails and comments.
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Congratulations! Philosophy Bites seems to be the only Podcast out there exploring philisophical issues. It's a bit short, which is great in these busy times. Better still, it's not in lockstep with my personal philosophical views so there's always something to chew on. My only recommendation is it re-explore some topics already covered with other guests so it's clear the final word hasn't been spoken.
December 10, 2008 at 01:17 PM
Keep up the awesome work! Thanks for all the work you put in to this podcast.
Any chance we can get some podcasts on the philosophy of science and technology?
Herbie Miller |
January 29, 2009 at 03:24 AM
Just a quick thank you for all these brilliant episodes. They are a fantastic introduction into the world of philosophical thinking, but have great depth at the same time. I'm learning lots!
p.s. I think I might have to start a petition to get these on the Radio4 'Thought for the day slot'. It's about time they had some intelligent sentiments expressed by non-religious thinkers.
March 29, 2009 at 10:49 AM
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