Links to Past Episodes. Seth Adelman who listens to the podcasts has produced an extremely useful resource: a thematic listing of all our Philosophy Bites, Ethics Bites, Bioethics Bites,Mulitculturalism Bites, Social Science Bites and Free Speech Bites interviews which he has very kindly allowed us to publish below.
Thanks Seth. We plan to keep this list updated. Please let me know via email or comments if you think anything is miscategorised or links don't work. You can also Download List as a Word File. Seth explains the reference numbers etc. Bites podcast links arranged thematically (updated 26 November 2012) NB this list will be updated regularly. About Philosophy 139 What is Philosophy? 009 Edward Craig on What Is Philosophy? 020 Jonathan Rée on Philosophy as an Art 027 Alain de Botton on Philosophy Within and Outside the Academy 143 Martha Nussbaum on the Value of the Humanities 107 John Armstrong on What Can You Do With Philosophy? 002 Mary Warnock on Philosophy and Public Life History and Biography 072 M.M. Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies. Buzz Holling – “On The Verge of a Systemic Crisis” An important quote from the father of resilience science – Buzz Holling (via Computing For Sustainability “Visualizing Sustainability“) Thomas Homer Dixon: “Why do you feel the world is verging on some kind of systemic crisis?”
Buzz Holling: “There are three reasons,” he answered. “First, over the years my understanding of the adaptive cycle has improved, and I’ve also come to better understand how multiple adaptive cycles can be nested together-from small to large-to create a panarchy. I now believe that this theory tells us something quite general about the way complex systems, not just ecological systems, change over time. And collapse is usually part of the story. The first response of many people hearing something like this is probably “that’s ridiculous chicken little propaganda.” But just because the so-called “techno-resource-market optimists” can claim isolated victories (in a world of continuously rising energy availability), doesn’t mean that the debate is over. Buzz Holling – “On The Verge of a Systemic Crisis” Multimedia from the IEET. Golden Philosophy.
BEYOND GOOD AND EVIL. HomeEBOOK TEXTSSearch TextsLifeFRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE QUOTESIKONSAbout You are here: Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil Jenseits von Gut und Böse, subtitled "Prelude to a Philosophy of the Future" (Vorspiel einer Philosophie der Zukunft).
First published in 1886. Friedrich Nietzsche, "Ecce Homo" Ebook Kindle Version : $1 from Amazon! PDA, Mobile/Smart phone : $1 from MobiPocket.com! All works are unique editions by Lexido of public domain texts provided by kind permission of Project Gutenberg Wiki Portal Quotes Quotations Frases Citas Citações Citations Zitate Citazioni Cytat цитат Aforismi Aphorism Sözleri Vida Biografia Original text Contribute a better translation. Charles Eisenstein. The Great Turning Film: Joanna Macy on Uncertainty. Philosophy pages.
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