Wednesday, May 18, 2011

New Philosophy Podcast Free

From University of Hertfordshire

Philosophy does not offer simple solutions - instead, it often raises difficult questions about simple solutions on offer. The problems that philosophers ponder may be paradoxical or profound and the positions they defend may be controversial and subtle. But paradox, profundity and controversy can all be viewed as wholesome constituents of what Socrates called "the examined life" - perhaps the only life worth living.

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