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Past Episodes

Previously, on Elucidations:

Episode 56: Philip Pettit discusses corporate rights and responsibilities
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Episode 55: Branden Fitelson discusses paradoxes of consistency
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Episode 54: Patricia Blanchette discusses Frege’s logicism
hosted by Matt Teichman and Jaime Edwards

Episode 53: Martin Stokhof discusses formal semantics and Wittgenstein
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Episode 52: Rafeeq Hasan discusses Rousseau on freedom and happiness
hosted by Matt Teichman and Francey Russell

Episode 51: Jeroen Groenendijk and Floris Roelofsen discuss inquisitive semantics
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Episode 50: Greg Salmieri discusses the Aristotelian good life and productive work
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Episode 49: Hans Kamp discusses discourse representation theory
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Episode 48: Jennifer Frey discusses the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas
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Episode 47: Alexandru Baltag discusses the logic of knowledge
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Episode 46: Frank Veltman discusses normality
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Episode 45: Anubav Vasudevan discusses probability and determinism
hosted by Matt Teichman and Alex Langlinais

Episode 44: Joelle Proust discusses metacognition
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Episode 43: Peter Adamson discusses the philosophy of Al Kindi
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Episode 42: Agustín Rayo discusses the construction of logical space
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Episode 41: David Enoch discusses metaethics
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Episode 40: Johan van Benthem discusses logical dynamics
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Episode 39: Nicholas Asher discusses the philosophy of language
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Episode 38: Christopher Frey discusses Aristotle on living organisms and their parts
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Episode 37: Catarina Dutilh Novaes discusses methods in philosophy
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Episode 36: Robert van Rooij discusses vagueness
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Episode 35: Martha Nussbaum discusses the capabilities approach
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Episode 34: Kieran Setiya discusses moral disagreement
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Episode 33: Daniel Sutherland discusses the philosophy of mathematics
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Episode 32: Jennifer Lockhart discusses ignorant knowledge
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Episode 31: Branden Fitelson discusses reasoning fallacies
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Episode 30: Marko Malink discusses modal syllogistic
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Episode 29: Peter Kail discusses Hume’s legacy
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Episode 28: John Searle discusses human reality and basic reality
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Episode 27: Emma Borg discusses semantic minimalism
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Episode 26: Robert Richards discusses evolutionary ethics
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Episode 25: Robert Stalnaker discusses conversational context
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Episode 24: Christopher Peacocke discusses the perception of music
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Episode 23: Quassim Cassam discusses transcendental arguments
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Episode 22: Ben Laurence discusses collective action
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Episode 21: Raymond Geuss discusses political liberalism
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Episode 20: Simon Critchley discusses faith
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Episode 19: Dan Sperber discusses epistemic vigilance
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Episode 18: Mark Lance discusses language and power
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Episode 17: Brandon Fogel discusses mechanism and causation
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Episode 16: Amartya Sen discusses justice
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Episode 15: Brian Leiter discusses religious toleration
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Episode 14: Edward Witherspoon discusses skepticism
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Episode 13: Fabrizio Cariani discusses judgment aggregation
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Episode 12: Jason Bridges discusses contextualism
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Episode 11: Martin Gustafsson discusses philosophical pictures
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Episode 10: Richard Kraut discusses goodness
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Episode 9: Ted Cohen discusses metaphor
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Episode 8: Chris Haufe discusses evolutionary psychology
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Episode 7: Daniel Groll discusses nature and ethics
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Episode 6: Jesse Prinz discusses experimental philosophy
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Episode 5: Jocelyn Benoist discusses philosophy of perception
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Episode 4: Martha Nussbaum discusses sexuality and the law
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Episode 3: Brian Leiter discusses Nietzsche on morality
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Episode 2: Gabriel Richardson Lear discusses Plato’s philosophy of poetry
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Episode 1: Agnes Callard discusses desire and satisfaction
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  1. rmangum says

    You’ve got your links to “the philosophy of perception” and “conversational context” switched .

    Like the show, so far.

  2. Hieronymus Bosch says

    The link to Cohen on metaphor is not working (the “m” in metaphor needs to be capitalized).

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