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Philosophy for the People

Patrick Flynn
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Philosophy for the People’s mission is an educational program aimed at overcoming the paucity of serious, fair-minded, and accessible philosophical discourse available to a popular audience. Though we are ourselves dedicated to the Catholic intellectual tradition, we are likewise committed to exploring ideas from all rigorous traditions of philosophizing (scholastic, classical, analytic, and phenomenological). We pursue this mission by providing long-form guided readings of great texts, discussions with expert guests, our own open-ended philosophical discussions of issues and thinkers, live question and answer opportunities, in depth lecture courses, and our own articles and book-length writings. Philosophy for the People’s pedagogical materials will be provided either without charge or for minimal cost to assure provision of broad access to first-rate philosophical education.


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Latest Episodes

Pat is joined by Dr. Angus Menuge, Dr. Robert Markts, and Brian Krouse for an extended conversation around the contents of a new volume released in philosophy of mind called Minding the Brain: Models of Mind, Information, and Empirical Science.

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Pat and Jim summarize and discuss Plato's Phaedo.

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4.7 out of 5 stars from 40 ratings
  • Better Resources Out There

    While I applaud this podcast for attempting to be a Philosophy 101 course, it’s not. Go to great courses or any other free college course site. On top of that, if you look at the comments and discussions, it’s all the same people and the podcasters are appealing to a certain type of person.

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    dont stop masticating
    United States7 months ago
  • Uneven and one-sided

    These guys could use an editor. Pat and Jim seem like nice guys. But, I can’t get past the fact that this basically for conservative Catholics, and they sell it like it’s a general overview of philosophy. It’s just not.

    Apple Podcasts
    refresh and reinvest
    United States7 months ago
  • Helping Me Get Through Plato/Aristotle Class

    This podcast has taught me so much! I am using it as a resource for getting through my Aristotle class this semester. Pat Flynn and Jim Madden are amazing teachers, funny guys, and both wicked smart. Also, they are both shredded. That’s a plus I guess. Dr. Madden in particular looks like what I imagine the avatar you play as in the video game Doom looks like under his mask. Highly recommend!

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    Beluga man2220
    United States8 months ago
  • Pat is a Philosophical Monster

    What a magnificent podcast!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • The BEST Philosophy Podcast

    Pat Flynn isn’t afraid to confront the perennial questions that mankind has pondered since the beginning. The guests he invites on are always engaging and interesting while explaining their philosophical outlook or answer to a problem. This podcast isn’t for the faint of heart!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago

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