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History of Philosophy without any gaps Podcast

November 26, 2013 Leave a comment

This podcast by professor Peter Adamson helped get me through hours of rest after my recent surgery.

It will demand many hours of your time, and the content is challenging at times, but well worth the effort.

I enjoyed my philosophy classes with David Basinger, but there wasn’t enough time to explore the huge number of philosophers explored in this comprehensive series.

Check out the latest episodes here or subscribe with your preferred mp3 player.

Categories: philosophy, Podcast

John 1 and Greek Thought

April 22, 2009 Leave a comment

For the Easter 2009 edition of the Guardian Science Weekly podcast, Alok Jha discusses Christopher Potter’s book, You Are Here: A Portable History of the Universe.

The “skeptical audience” to whom Alok Jha refers is those people who are skeptical of a materialistic explaination of the universe.

Christopher Potter’s reply is fascinating and correlates strongly to John 1:1-18.

This exchange correlates closely to a comment I left on in response to Damon Ballard recently. (Please note the high quality of Damon’s reply!)

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