Philip Goff is a philosopher who thinks consciousness pervades the universe. Keith Frankish is a philosopher who thinks consciousness* doesn't even exist. From their very different perspectives, Keith and Philip interview leading scientists and philosophers of consciousness, engaging and debating in a friendly way in pursuit of truth. Mind Chat aims to be highly accessible, allowing those with no background in science and/or philosophy to get a grip on the cutting edge of the field. (*To be more precise, Keith thinks *phenomenal* consciousness doesn't exist; listen to find out what this is.)
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Donald Hoffman is a cognitive scientist at UC Irvine and author of 'The Case Against Reality.' He believes that the world we experience is an illusion, whilst ultimate reality is composed of networks of conscious agents. Keith and Philip probe Profes... more
Eric Schwitzgebel is professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Riverside. His research interests include philosophy of psychology, philosophy of mind, moral psychology, classical Chinese philosophy, epistemology, metaphilosophy, and me... more
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sometimes a little too long to practically listen to in one go and a bit too technical to drop in and out of. but i can hardly criticise them too harshly for providing too much of a good thing. all in all, v enjoyable. it’s easy to characterise the podcast as about the co-hosts’s disagreement on consciousness but the thing that really makes this podcast work is that the co-hosts represent the two extremes of how to do philosophy discussion. maybe something of a simplification but roughly speakin... more
Great to see these two people with opposite views running a show together.
Great to listen to civil philosophical debate. Whether you follow everything or not you’ll learn about the art of argument and learning.
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