Melodii album "wireless philosophy"



In this Wireless Philosophy video, Berislav Marušić (Brandeis University) continues his discussion of promises to do difficult things, such as the promise to spend ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/4Wo_PcRbx_E/promising-against-the-evidence-3-ethics-philosophy
In this Wireless Philosophy video, Tom Dougherty (University of Cambridge) continues his exploration of the nature of consent and its relationship to morality, ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/IBjmLdr217I/consent-and-rights-consent-2-ethics-wireless-philosophy
What is consent? In this Wireless Philosophy video, Tom Dougherty (University of Cambridge) considers the nature of consent and its relationship to morality, ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/CQ9SPqIzVo4/what-is-consent-consent-1-ethics-wireless-philosophy
In this Wireless Philosophy video, Berislav Marušić (Brandeis University) continues his discussion of promises to do difficult things, such as the promise to spend ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/aX_l0TpFznc/promising-against-the-evidence-2-ethics-philosophy
In this Wireless Philosophy video, Berislav Marušić (Brandeis University) talks about promises to do difficult things, such as the promise to spend the rest of one's ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/-V8t8beCnnY/promising-against-the-evidence-1-ethics-philosophy
In this Wireless Philosophy video, Jonathan Anomaly (University of Arizona) considers whether we should have children, given the costs that they create. Thanks ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/cEVTvhavEdc/should-we-have-children-political-wireless-philosophy-corrected-version-
In this Wireless Philosophy video, Joseph Wu (University of Cambridge) introduces you to the red herring, a rhetorical device and fallacy that is often difficult to ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/Af0STrY58i4/red-herring-critical-thinking-fallacies-wireless-philosophy
In this Wireless Philosophy video, Joseph Wu (University of Cambridge) introduces you to the slippery slope argument. This argument is that when one event ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/yxylBjtzMNQ/slippery-slope-critical-thinking-fallacies-wireless-philosophy
Socrates famously said "The unexamined life is not worth living." In this Wireless Philosophy video, Mitch Green (University of Connecticut) introduces a few ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/Ccwmn5T3-54/the-examined-life-know-thyself-1-wireless-philosophy
"But why?". In this Wireless Philosophy video, Kevin McCain (University of Alabama at Birmingham) explains the Epistemic Regress Problem. The epistemic ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/MAZ8awuILJg/the-epistemic-regress-problem-epistemology-wireless-philosophy
In this Wireless Philosophy video, Nina Emery (Mount Holyoke College) explores the nature of chance and probability. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/1vz5fK9 More on ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/AhNYyoZLHdI/what-is-chance-probability-wireless-philosophy
What makes a judgment count as intuitive? How is intuition different from perception and reasoning? In this Wireless Philosophy video, Jennifer Nagel ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/vGo7i7gtO8w/intuition-epistemology-wireless-philosophy
In this Wireless Philosophy video, Jonathan Weisberg (University of Toronto) explains Bertrand's Paradox, a famous paradox in probability theory. Beginning ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/xy6xXEhbGa0/bertrand-s-paradox-probability-wireless-philosophy
Almost everyone fears death. But is this fear rational? Should we fear death? In this Wireless Philosophy video, Travis Timmerman (Seton Hall University) ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/wbQQxRelC_Q/symmetry-argument-against-the-badness-of-death-ethics-wireless-philosophy
In this Wireless Philosophy video, Susanna Rinard (Harvard University) explains Pascal's Wager, Blaise Pascal's famous argument for belief in God. Lifting an ...
http://muzicamp3.download/youtube-mp3/2F_LUFIeUk0/philosophy-religion-pascal-s-wager