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New Books in Philosophy

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  • Often very good interviews. Books not covered elsewhere.

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    6 months ago
  • Great content but poor sound quality

    I really enjoy the interviews, but I do think there’s quite a margin of improvement concerning sound quality. Maybe better microphones? Ask for some advice from a sound engineer? more

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