Podcasts | College of Arts


Posted on Friday, July 30th, 2010

  • Guelph Lecture in Philosophy by Dr Paul Franks, "German idealism, Anti-semitisim, and the significance of Jewish philosophy in multicultural modernity." 
  • Guelph Lecture in Philosophy by Dr Peter Singer, "Ethics and Animals." 
  • Interview with Dr John Russon about the question: What is philosophy?  Professor Russon defends the importance of an 'ivory tower.' (mp3)



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