In What’s Left of Philosophy Gil Morejón (@gdmorejon), Lillian Cicerchia (@lilcicerch), Owen Glyn-Williams (@oglynwil), and William Paris (@williammparis) discuss philosophy’s radical histories and contemporary political theory. Philosophy isn't dead, but what's left? Support us at patreon.com/leftofphilosophy
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I have very little background and I’m mostly autodidacticized!! I’m sure i don’t get much of this but i do find the conversation charming. I love the “yo’s” and Lily, and the insider philosophy fun. I’d happily pick up the tab to hang out with them.
I have more than my share of quibbles, but this is such a fun and informative way to engage with a whole range of ideas, thinkers, and movements. Keep it up!
I was impressed by the episode on Frantz fanon’s “black skin white masks”. I hope the other episodes are as thoughtful. Hard to come by these days. There isn’t a bunch of mindless debates and talks about social media (🤢🤮)
Healing too slowly from a shattered left tibia this March & my 35-yr partner's death two awful years ago, & recovering from the 35-stitch effort to rebuild my leg, remobilize my body, & repurpose my life; I've luckily reawakened to philosopy, my intellectual old pal & academic major, Philosophy, for which your podcast is a new partner I wish I'd had b4 - if now; thereby, even more unexpected a gift. So, many grateul thx! more
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