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top philosophers interviewed on bite-sized topics

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Christian Miller on the Character Gap

Christian Miller believes that there is a character gap, a gap between what we think we are like morally and how we actually behave. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast he explores the psychology of moral behaviour, and how we can become better people. We are grateful for support from the Marc Sanders Foundation.

20 MINFEB 25
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Christian Miller on the Character Gap

Philip Pettit on the Birth of Ethics

Where did ethics come from? Philip Pettit tells an 'as if' story about the birth of ethics that is designed to illuminate what ethics is and why it evolved on this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. We are grateful for support from the Marc Sanders Foundation and from Patreon donors for this episode.

20 MINFEB 25
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Philip Pettit on the Birth of Ethics

Helen Beebee on Possible Worlds

Philosophers often talk about possible worlds. Is this just a way of describing counterfactual situations? As Helen Beebee explains, some of them believe that possible worlds actually exist. This episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast is supported by the Marc Sanders Foundation and by Patreon donations.

16 MINJAN 14
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Helen Beebee on Possible Worlds

Latest Episodes

Christian Miller on the Character Gap

Christian Miller believes that there is a character gap, a gap between what we think we are like morally and how we actually behave. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast he explores the psychology of moral behaviour, and how we can become better people. We are grateful for support from the Marc Sanders Foundation.

20 MINFEB 25
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Christian Miller on the Character Gap

Philip Pettit on the Birth of Ethics

Where did ethics come from? Philip Pettit tells an 'as if' story about the birth of ethics that is designed to illuminate what ethics is and why it evolved on this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. We are grateful for support from the Marc Sanders Foundation and from Patreon donors for this episode.

20 MINFEB 25
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Philip Pettit on the Birth of Ethics

Helen Beebee on Possible Worlds

Philosophers often talk about possible worlds. Is this just a way of describing counterfactual situations? As Helen Beebee explains, some of them believe that possible worlds actually exist. This episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast is supported by the Marc Sanders Foundation and by Patreon donations.

16 MINJAN 14
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Helen Beebee on Possible Worlds
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