Jonathan Rée has written on a wide range of philosophical topics including the work of Kierkegaard and Heidegger. In this interview for Philosophy Bites he explores the idea that Philosophy is best thought of as an art.
What is existentialism? Are we free to choose what we become or are we bound by human nature, by our history, by conventions? Nigel Warburton interviews Mary Warnock on the topic of Jean-Paul Sartre's existentialism in this latest episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.
In this week's episode of Philosophy Bites Nigel Warburton interviews Peter Adamson about Avicenna (born in 973) whom he describes as the greatest philosopher in the history of Islamic thought. The discussion focusses on Avicenna's argument for God's existence.
Does the end justify the means? Should we judge an actions worth solely by its actual or likely consequences? Brad Hooker, a consequentialist himself, outlines and defends his position in this interview with Nigel Warburton for Philosophy Bites.