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The University of California-Berkeley has been streaming videos of their courses through their site webcast.berkeley since 2001. In 2006 they became the first university to podcast a significant number of their courses on audio, making lectures available as downloadable MP3s put up on RSS feeds that you can subscribe to.

Their podcasted courses cover science, psychology, engineering, and many other subjects. Podcasts of lectures are released throughout the semester and they also have an archive of all their previous courses which they've made available on podcast and streaming video.

As of March 15th, 2017 the webcast.berkeley courses were removed from iTunes U and YouTube.


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by Hubert L. Dreyfus
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The course will be organized around various attempts to reinterpret the Judeo/Christian God, and to determine in what sense, if at all, such a God is still a living God.

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by Hubert L. Dreyfus
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Online Audio (Free)

One of the most important philosophical works of the twentieth century, Being and Time is both a systematization of the existential insights of Kierkegaard and Nietzsche and a radicalization of Husserl's phenomenological account of intentionality.

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by Thomas W. Laqueur
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Online Audio (Free)

A overview of history of the world. Topics include Identities and Ideals...

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by Nancy Amy
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Online Audio (Free)

This course provides an overview of digestion and metabolism of nutrients.

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by Hubert L. Dreyfus
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Online Audio (Free)

This course will compare and contrast the Greek, Medieval, and modern worlds, as reflected in their greatest literature...

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by Richard A. Muller
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Online Audio (Free)

The most interesting and important topics in physics, stressing conceptual understanding rather than math, with applications to current events.

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by John Searle
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Online Audio (Free)

The main purpose of this course is to answer the question, “How does language relate to the world?” In order to do this we will have to explore a lot of related questions...

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by John Searle
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Online Video (Free)

How, if at all, can we reconcile a certain conception that we have of ourselves as conscious, free, rational, ethical, language using, social and political human beings in a world consisting entirely of mindless, meaningless physical particles?

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by Isabelle Pafford
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This course offers an introductory survey of the history of the ancient Mediterranean world, from the rise of city states in Mesopotamia c. 3000 BC to the transformation of the Roman Empire in the 6th century AD.

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by David B. Ebrey
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The history of ancient philosophy with special emphasis on the Presocratics, Plato, and Aristotle.

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