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Entitled Opinions from Stanford University by Robert Harrison

Entitled Opinions from Stanford University

by Robert Harrison

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In this downloadable series from Stanford, professor Robert Harrison hosts discussions with other academics on variety of philosophical and literary topics. These hour-long conversations probe into the areas of expertise of many of Stanford's top professors and scholars.


The Entitled Opinions audio series is a great resource for in-depth discussion of literature, philosophy, religion and the other big questions. Host Robert Harrison brings his immense intellect to bear on diverse topics such as the Enlightenment, literary giants such as Dante and Thoreau, environmental Issues and where humanity is headed as we embark on the 21st century. These audio downloads are a superb alternative for anyone that is looking for more from talk radio.


Listen to Harrison debate with American philosopher Richard Rorty about what contemporary philosophy can be applied to, or hear the author of The Population Bomb, Paul R. Ehrlich, discuss the fate of Earth in the 21st century, or learn about French philosopher Rene Girard's concept of Mimetic desire in relation to literature. Through other discussions, many literary figures are covered including Albert Camus, Marcel Proust, Martin Heidegger, Henry David Thoreau, Vladimir Nabokov, and Virgil.


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