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by Kevin deLaplante

The Critical Thinker is dedicated to exploring what it means to think critically and independently about the issues that matter most to you.

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by Nigel Warburton

Author Nigel Warburton reads from his book Philosophy: The Classics which is an introduction to 27 key works in the history of Philosophy...

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by Alan Saunders

The Philosopher's Zone with Alan Saunders looks at the world of philosophy and at the world through philosophy. The program addresses the big philosophical questions and arguments.

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by Dan Millman

The Dan Millman Podcast contains audio excerpts of Dan Millman's teachings. To see a complete selection of Dan's work, please visit www.danmillman.com.

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by David Edmonds

David Edmonds (co-author of Wittgenstein's Poker) and Nigel Warburton (author of Philosophy: The Basics) interview top philosophers on a wide range of topics in this weekly podcast.

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Series of annual radio lectures on significant contemporary issues, delivered by leading figures from the relevant fields.

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by Leonard Peikoff

A 15-minute discussion of Ayn Rand's philosophy, posted every other Monday on www.Peikoff.com. Leonard Peikoff is a PhD in philosophy and a longtime teacher and writer; he was designated by Ayn Rand as her legal and intellectual heir. In the show, Peikoff reads a batch of philosophical questions emailed to him and methodically answers them.

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by Steve Donaldson

Join Steve Donaldson and his citizen philosopher guests for weekly discussions on topics that vex our souls.

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by Michael McAlister

The Zen-inspired teachings of Michael McAlister are currently reaching a global audience.

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These podcasts seek to reopen Plato’s Academy and rekindle the dialogue Plato initiated to lead his students into examining the most important topics. The first series considers human nature beginning with questions Socrates posed in the Agora.

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