Knowledge and Learning

It's back to school time—time to open up the books and continue the learning journey. Of course, not all knowledge comes from studying books in school. There are many different ways of knowing and learning, and there are some things we may never know about. So for this month's playlist, we're featuring episodes from the archive that focus on knowledge, its various forms, and its limits.


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Knowledge and Learning

Episode Title Guest Related Content

Knowing What We Know (And What We Don't)

Baron Reed, Professor of Philosophy, Northwestern University Knowing What We Know—And What We Don't Know

Poetry as a Way of Knowing

Award-winning Poet, Translator, and Essayist Jane Hirshfield

Poetry As a Way of Knowing

The Nature of Imagination

Alison Gopnik, Professor of Psychology, University of California Berkeley

What the Imagination is For

Dance as a Way of Knowing

Alva Noë, Professor of Philosophy, University of California Berkeley

Dance as a Way of Knowing

The Limits of Self-Knowledge

Timothy Wilson, Professor of Psychology, University of Virginia

The Limits of Self Knowledge