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Latest Episodes

Episode 32: Hooked on Dogmatism

EAre we 'hardwired' to believe in God? Episode Link

-1 s2 w ago
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Episode 32: Hooked on Dogmatism

Episode 31: A Climate of Fear

ESaving the world, one accusation at a time. Episode Link

-1 s3 w ago
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Episode 31: A Climate of Fear

Episode 30: The Condemnation Game

EPoints initially spread across the spectrum. Dials turned, frequencies adjusted. Out of the noise something began to take form. Episode link

-1 sJAN 23
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Episode 30: The Condemnation Game

Episode 29: The Evil That People Do

EAre we honest enough about what each and every one of us is capable of doing to others under certain environmental pressures? Episode Link

-1 sJAN 6
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Episode 29: The Evil That People Do

Episode 28: Naughty or Nice?

EWere you naughty or nice in 2018? Episode Link

-1 s2018 DEC 30
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Episode 28: Naughty or Nice?

Episode 27 - The Empirical Self and the Transcendental Self: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

EIn this episode, we wrap up our extended focus on Kant's Critique of Pure Reason by coming full circle and looking at his view on personal identity, the topic of Episode 1 of this podcast. Recall, in that episode, we were introduced to David Hume's thoughts on the topic. Episode Link

-1 s2018 OCT 26
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Episode 27 - The Empirical Self and the Transcendental Self: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

Episode 26 - More on the Threefold Synthesis: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

EAn intuitive breakdown of the threefold synthesis of the first edition of Critique of Pure Reason. Episode Link

-1 s2018 SEP 14
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Episode 26 - More on the Threefold Synthesis: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

Episode 25 - The Threefold Synthesis: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

EWe begin Kant's famous Transcendental Deduction this episode, focusing first on what he called 'the threefold synthesis' of cognition. Episode Link Readings from Critique of Pure Reason [first edition], by Immanuel Kant: A96-98 A 99-100: 1. ON THE SYNTHESIS OF APPREHENSION IN INTUITIONA101-102: 2. ON THE SYNTHESIS OF REPRODUCTION IN IMAGINATIONA103-106: 3. ON THE SYNTHESIS OF RECOGNITION IN THE CONCEPT

-1 s2018 SEP 3
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Episode 25 - The Threefold Synthesis: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

Episode 24: The Elephant in the Room: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

EIs transcendental idealism philosophically inconsistent? Does Kant not fully get the love he should from the philosophy community because he seems to have violated one of his own doctrines? Episode Link

-1 s2018 AUG 20
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Episode 24: The Elephant in the Room: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

Episode 23 - The Origin of Cognition: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

EIn this episode, hopefully we nail down what it is that Kant means when he uses the term 'transcendental.' Also, the cognitive mechanism Kant calls 'synthesis' is introduced. Readings from Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant: (A56/B80) - General logic vs. transcendental logic (A57/B82) - Brief but clear description of what transcendental logic is (A58-59/B82-83) - A little about what truth is (A77-79/B102-105) - Synthesis is introduced Reading from A Treatise of Human Nature by David Hume: Book I, Part III, Section VIII - Intensity of belief in terms of probability Episode link

-1 s2018 AUG 10
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Episode 23 - The Origin of Cognition: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

Latest Episodes

Episode 32: Hooked on Dogmatism

EAre we 'hardwired' to believe in God? Episode Link

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Episode 32: Hooked on Dogmatism

Episode 31: A Climate of Fear

ESaving the world, one accusation at a time. Episode Link

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Episode 31: A Climate of Fear

Episode 30: The Condemnation Game

EPoints initially spread across the spectrum. Dials turned, frequencies adjusted. Out of the noise something began to take form. Episode link

-1 sJAN 23
Comments
Episode 30: The Condemnation Game

Episode 29: The Evil That People Do

EAre we honest enough about what each and every one of us is capable of doing to others under certain environmental pressures? Episode Link

-1 sJAN 6
Comments
Episode 29: The Evil That People Do

Episode 28: Naughty or Nice?

EWere you naughty or nice in 2018? Episode Link

-1 s2018 DEC 30
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Episode 28: Naughty or Nice?

Episode 27 - The Empirical Self and the Transcendental Self: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

EIn this episode, we wrap up our extended focus on Kant's Critique of Pure Reason by coming full circle and looking at his view on personal identity, the topic of Episode 1 of this podcast. Recall, in that episode, we were introduced to David Hume's thoughts on the topic. Episode Link

-1 s2018 OCT 26
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Episode 27 - The Empirical Self and the Transcendental Self: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

Episode 26 - More on the Threefold Synthesis: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

EAn intuitive breakdown of the threefold synthesis of the first edition of Critique of Pure Reason. Episode Link

-1 s2018 SEP 14
Comments
Episode 26 - More on the Threefold Synthesis: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

Episode 25 - The Threefold Synthesis: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

EWe begin Kant's famous Transcendental Deduction this episode, focusing first on what he called 'the threefold synthesis' of cognition. Episode Link Readings from Critique of Pure Reason [first edition], by Immanuel Kant: A96-98 A 99-100: 1. ON THE SYNTHESIS OF APPREHENSION IN INTUITIONA101-102: 2. ON THE SYNTHESIS OF REPRODUCTION IN IMAGINATIONA103-106: 3. ON THE SYNTHESIS OF RECOGNITION IN THE CONCEPT

-1 s2018 SEP 3
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Episode 25 - The Threefold Synthesis: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

Episode 24: The Elephant in the Room: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

EIs transcendental idealism philosophically inconsistent? Does Kant not fully get the love he should from the philosophy community because he seems to have violated one of his own doctrines? Episode Link

-1 s2018 AUG 20
Comments
Episode 24: The Elephant in the Room: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

Episode 23 - The Origin of Cognition: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

EIn this episode, hopefully we nail down what it is that Kant means when he uses the term 'transcendental.' Also, the cognitive mechanism Kant calls 'synthesis' is introduced. Readings from Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant: (A56/B80) - General logic vs. transcendental logic (A57/B82) - Brief but clear description of what transcendental logic is (A58-59/B82-83) - A little about what truth is (A77-79/B102-105) - Synthesis is introduced Reading from A Treatise of Human Nature by David Hume: Book I, Part III, Section VIII - Intensity of belief in terms of probability Episode link

-1 s2018 AUG 10
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Episode 23 - The Origin of Cognition: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason