Philosophy Podcasts

The Podcast for Social Research show

The Podcast for Social ResearchJoin Now to Follow

This is the first episode of our podcast series, “The Podcast for Social Research.” It is divided into two parts. The first part is an introduction followed by discussion of various goings-on of the faculty of the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research, ranging from books we’ve been reading, and concerts we’ve attended to reflections on current affairs and everything in between. The second part (which begins at around 01:07:00) is a round table discussion of the recently released film, “A Dangerous Method.” For more information and extensive notes on the show please visit: http://thebrooklyninstitute.com/2011/12/15/episode-1-of-the-podcast-for-social-research-an-introduction-and-annotation/

By The Brooklyn Institute for Social Research

Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys show

Those Diner and Motorcycle GuysJoin Now to Follow

Follow that eggs over easy host Garrison as he discusses diners and motorcycles and everything in between with fascinating guests from all rides of life.

By Those Diner n Motorcycle Guys

Pó de Estante show

Pó de EstanteJoin Now to Follow

Um Podcast semanal sobre Filmes, Séries, Livros e Músicas

By Pó de Estante

NonTheology show

NonTheologyJoin Now to Follow

Here to fill the podcast shaped hole in your heart

By NonTheology

Celtica Radio show

Celtica RadioJoin Now to Follow

Celtica Radio International at http://www.celticaradio.com is an Independent Commercial Radio Station broadcasting in both MP3 and Real Media formats. We provide a broad mix of programming available worldwide in live, on-demand and downloadable formats featuring presenting New and Unsigned artists. Tune into our live stream at http://87.117.193.5:8510/listen.pls and at http://87.117.193.47:8000/listen.pls Celtica Radio started broadcasting on 21 June 2000, and is still in the same ownership. The Celtica Radio Group is mainly based in South Wales in the United Kingdom, and makes programmes from a matrix of eight purpose-built, private studios. If you are a new music artist who would like to be included in our broadcasts, please go to our Playlists Page and check our Terms Of Service. For further information contact info@celticaradio.com. Thank you for listening to Celtica Radio. The managment team.

By Celtica Radio

Life: It's Worth Thinking About show

Life: It's Worth Thinking AboutJoin Now to Follow

60 seconds of wisdom from Mal Garvin about the fundamental questions of life to reflect on every week.

By Mal Garvin

A Good Story is Hard to Find show

A Good Story is Hard to FindJoin Now to Follow

Two Catholics talking about books, movies and traces of "the One Reality" they find below the surface.

By Julie Davis, Scott Danielson

Philosophy In Action Podcast (MP3) show

Philosophy In Action Podcast (MP3)Join Now to Follow

Dr. Diana Brickell's podcasts focus on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life. She draws on Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism, Aristotle's ethics, personality theory, and observation. Visit PhilosophyInAction.com for live radio shows, blogging, and more. (This podcast feed uses the standard MP3 format; an enhanced M4A feed is also available.)

By Dr. Diana Hsieh (diana@philosophyinaction.com)

Hold That Thought show

Hold That ThoughtJoin Now to Follow

Hold That Thought, hosted by Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, aims to bring academic inquiry to a broader audience. Each season we select a few topics to explore and then bring together thoughtful commentary on those topics from a variety of experts and sources. New podcasts are posted Mondays and select Wednesday and Fridays.

By Washington University in St. Louis

Public Ethics Radio show

Public Ethics RadioJoin Now to Follow

Public Ethics Radio features scholars and thinkers who engage with ethics in public life. Each show connects vibrant debates in philosophy with real-world politics, on issues such as military intervention, international trade, and political corruption. Hosted by Christian Barry and produced by Matt Peterson, Public Ethics Radio is a production of the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics.

By Christian Barry and Matt Peterson