Tuesday Dec 4th, 2012

In his own voice: H.L.A. Hart in conversation with David Sugarman

This recording of my lengthy interview with H.L.A. Hart (1907–1992) has been resurrected from my audio tapes and given new life. Dusted and digitalized, the result is something quite beautiful. Here is Hart in his own words recorded in 1988, reviewing his life, his work, and his significance. The interview presents Hart as three individuals: legal philosopher, interviewee, and critic. The recording… read more »

Sunday Jul 20th, 2014

What is consciousness?

Ted Honderich explores the concept of Actualism
Thursday Jul 17th, 2014

Approaching peak skepticism

Radical faith meets radical doubt: a Christian epistemology for skeptics, part three
Saturday Jul 12th, 2014

Rebooting Philosophy

Luciano Floridi looks at the impact digital technology has had on philosophy
Friday Jul 11th, 2014

Practical wisdom and why we need to value it

How we can face future uncertainties
Jul 9th, 2014

John Calvin’s prophetic calling and the memory

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Jul 7th, 2014

Theodicy in dialogue

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Jun 17th, 2014

Torture: what’s race got to do with it?

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Jun 13th, 2014

Derrida on the madness of our time

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Apr 12th, 2014

Does torture really (still) matter?

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Apr 10th, 2014

Disposable captives

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