Eric Kaplan, a comedy writer (Futurama, Big Bang Theory) and doctor of philosophy, and Taylor Carman (Barnard College, Columbia University), a distinguished but humble authority on matters of existence and existentialism, host a philosophy podcast that addresses the most unsettling questions concerning human life and the nature of things and finds a path to courage using comedy, imagination, and far-ranging intellectual philosophical investigation. Along the way they grapple with the deep uncanniness of being.
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Being “judgmental” sounds like something bad, yet refraining from all moral judgment seems pathetic, and also impossible. So, what should we do? Can we be truly compassionate without also being capable of anger, resentment, and maybe some occasional ... more
Is there any pain as great as recalling past happiness from present misery? If so, why do we do it? Do we get pleasure from tormenting ourselves about losing something (or someone) we loved? Was Socrates right that living well means learning how to d... more
In this episode – returning here in a special command performance (rerun) – Eric and Taylor worry about whether ChatGPT might be a harbinger of total computer domination of the world and the looming obsolescence and expendability of human beings. Is ... more
Love it - look forward to listening every week!!!
I didn’t think I needed more than Very Bad Wizards or Partially Examined Life or even Sean Carroll, but Eric and Taylor manage to turn over fresh soil, and where I don’t always agree with Eric, his sense of humor softens me up for conclusions that go against the grain of my intuitions. Kind of the way I feel about Wes on PEL, intellectually, cuz Wes isn’t funny. Also their theme music slaps.
Insightful, good conversation and guests. The hosts are eloquent and it’s pleasantly provocative
Really happy that they make philosophy accessible to all levels of experience without watering it down. They refer to philosophers and questions that we study in departments of philosophy but explained well enough that anyone can follow along
I really love listening to these two. Very accessible.
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