Philosophy Talk "Live" Highlights

Sunday, May 16, 2010

What is it

It's a Philosophy Talk highlight reel for the membership drive! In this special episode, John and Ken relive some favorite moments from Philosophy Talk episodes recorded in front of live audiences around the country. We start at the Marsh theatre in San Francisco with psychologist Alison Gopnik and political philosopher Judith Butler, followed by philosopher-poet Troy Jollimore in Portland, pop culture philosopher Richard Hanley at the University of Delaware, scientist and entrepreneur Craig Venter at the Smithsonian Institution, and political scientist Rob Reich in Palo Alto, California. Plus selected commentaries from Ian Shoales, the Sixty-Second Philosopher.

 
 

Alison Gopnik, UC Berkeley


Judith Butler, UC Berkeley



Troy Jollimore, CSU Chico


Richard Hanley, University of Delaware


Craig Venter, Institute for Genomic Research

 
 

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