History of Philosophy without any gaps. Wireless Philosophy. The Philosophy of Information: a Simple Introduction. The Society for the Philosophy of Information aims to inspire and promote the teaching and integration of philosophy of information in the standard undergraduate and graduate curriculum in philosophy programs.
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You can download these audio & video courses (often from iTunes, YouTube, or university web sites) straight to your computer or mp3 player. Over 30,000 hours of free audio & video lectures, await you now. Humanities & Social Sciences Art & Art History Courses. Bryan Magee's popular philosophy show "The Great Philosophers" and partial parts of his other show "Men of Ideas" in an organized youtube playlist. Great guest philosophers discuss complex ideas in an accessible and interesting way. : philosophy. Does philosophy matter?
Philosophers love to complain about bad reasoning.
How can those other people commit such silly fallacies? Don’t they see how arbitrary and inconsistent their positions are? Aren’t the counter examples obvious? After complaining, philosophers often turn to humor. Can you believe what they said! I also enjoy complaining and joking, but I worry that this widespread tendency among philosophers puts us out of touch with the rest of society, including academics in other fields. One sign of this contempt is the refusal of most philosophers even to try to express their views clearly and concisely enough for readers without extraordinary patience and training. As a result, philosophers talk only to their own kind and not even to all philosophers. Video and Podcasts: Events by Category. Kevin E.
Healy The Graduate Group Introductory Seminar - An introduction to research in bioengineering including specific case studies and organization of this rapidly expanding and diverse field. Gary L. Firestone, Andrew Dillin, Jennifer A Doudna, Michael Meighan General Biology Lecture - General introduction to cell structure and function, molecular and organismal genetics, animal development, form and function. Michael Meighan General Biology Laboratory - Laboratory that accompanies 1A lecture course.
Guidelines for respectful, constructive, and inclusive philosophical discussion. Guidelines for respectful, constructive, and inclusive philosophical discussion Compiled by David Chalmers The guidelines below are intended primarily for oral philosophical discussion in formal settings: colloquia, conferences, seminars, classes, and so on.
Many of them have some application to informal philosophical discussion and to nonphilosophical discussion as well. The specific norms are intended as means of facilitating more general norms of being respectful, constructive, and inclusive. These probably aren't exceptionless categorical norms (there are situations in which it is appropriate to be disrespectful, destructive, and exclusive). All this is a highly tentative work in progress. I. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Wi-Phi (Wireless Philosophy) Support Philosophy Bites creating podcasts. The University of Chicago Division of the Humanities. Recorded Interviews, Lectures and Podcasts featuring Department of Philosophy Faculty As the above picture makes clear, microphones were a bit larger back when Bertrand Russell, some years after resigning from the faculty of the University of Chicago, presented his lecture on Authority and the Individual on a BBC broadcast in 1949.
Below you will find a selection of interviews, lectures and podcasts, some recorded in Chicago, most recorded elsewhere, featuring members of the current faculty of the Philosophy Department of the University of Chicago. Download Quicktime or Real Player or iTunes Interviews and Lectures, many outside the University of Chicago Jason Bridges Discussant at Anscombe's Intention Conference, April 24, 2009 - Listen Jason Bridges discusses contextualism on the June 2010 episode of Elucidations. Agnes Callard "on the reason to be angry forever" - Lunchtime talk at the Franke Institute, April 14, 2010 - Listen Ted Cohen James Conant Arnold Davidson Arnold I.
David Finklestein. Graphing the history of philosophy. A close up of ancient and medieval philosophy ending at Descartes and Leibniz If you are interested in this data set you might like my latest post where I use it to make book recommendations.
This one came about because I was searching for a data set on horror films (don’t ask) and ended up with one describing the links between philosophers. To cut a long story very short I’ve extracted the information in the influenced by section for every philosopher on Wikipedia and used it to construct a network which I’ve then visualised using gephi It’s an easy process to repeat. It could be done for any area within Wikipedia where the information forms a network. First I’ll show why I think it’s worked as a visualisation. Each philosopher is a node in the network and the lines between them (or edges in the terminology of graph theory) represents lines of influence. It gets more interesting when we use Gephi to identify communities (or modules) within the network. It has been fairly successful. Simon. Rhetoric Timeline. Philosophy 133 001 Fall 2010 UC Berkeley Philosophy of Language : John R. SEARLE. Very helpful for systematising thought in the philosophy of language.
Lecture titles: lecture 1 Philosophy of Language – Distinctions and Overview lecture 2 Use & Mention, J.L. (thanks to Scott B at.