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A senior philosophy student at the University of Pennsylvania sharing her love of philosophy through podcasts. Emma-ism is presented by Emma Søndergaard Jensen, author of “How to Excel in Undergraduate Philosophy.” Her podcast is for other seekers of knowledge to understand texts more deeply, learn about new philosophers, and discover a new point of view. This will be done through text analyses, m... more

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In this episode, it is held that love isn’t real, or at the very most, it could exist, but we will never know for sure if we havw experienced it or not. With romantic love, we continually lack certainty. Three conditions for the satisfaction of roman... more

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4 months ago

In this episode, contemporary caste in India is discussed. It is evaluated through the 4 criteria for qualifying an ideological state apparatus according to Althusser’s 1970 essay “Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses.”

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5 months ago

In this episode, the third of a four-part series is presented. Topics inclusde abortion, cloning, surrogacy, and IVF. Is being a human being enough to exact moral obligations from others?

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6 months ago

In this episode, the second episode of a four-part series is presented. The Nuremberg Code, Declaration of Helsinki, and Belmont Report are all overviewed. How ought we respect individuals’ rights and interests in experiments involving human subjects... more

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6 months ago

In this episode, the first of a four-part series is presented. This episode covers the Nuremberg Trial (and Code), and human research ethics. In particular, the US human radiation experiments and the Guatemala STD studies are discussed.

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6 months ago

In this podcast, informed consent is discussed. This discussion is organized by two article overviews. Beauchamp and Faden’s “The Concept of Informed Consent” and Katz’s “Informed Consent — Must it Remain a Fairy Tale?” are presented and evaluated wi... more

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7 months ago

In this episode, medical confidentiality and privacy are discussed. Some of the highlighted authors include James Rachels, David C. Thomasma, and Shelly Schwartz. Is it ever okay to withhold the truth from patients? And, does the ideal conception of ... more

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7 months ago

In this episode, medical paternalism, the role of nurses, and truth-telling in clinical practice are discussed. This is the first episode of a three part short series. The articles of Goldman, Ackerman, Newton, and Kuhse are presented in order to ade... more

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7 months ago

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    I’m a current university undergrad and this podcast has done wonders to broaden and expand my knowledge in the field of philosophy. Philosophy and philosophizing are now part of my daily routines thanks to this podcast. Keep up the great work! more

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