Philosophy for our times

A Society, Culture and Philosophy podcast
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The Institute of Art and Ideas is a not-for-profit organisation committed to bringing philosophy and critical thinking into the heart of public life, with philosophy for our times.

Described by Total Politics as "Europe's answer to TED", the IAI hosts the world’s largest philosophy and music festival, HowTheLightGetsIn and curates hundreds of debates and talks a year with the world’s leading thinkers.

For over 1000 free debates and talks, visit iai.tv or subscribe and review our podcasts on SoundCloud

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From yoga retreats to mindfulness, meditation is fashionable and now even prescribed by the UK's National Health Service. Yet in some cases it can lead to depression and even psychosis. Is it a mistake to think that self-exploration and being at on…
The idea that the world is made of physical stuff alone has been central to scientific progress. But our theories do not account for experience or thought, and the particles of contemporary theoretical physics have no dimensions, so that material s…
From gene therapy and fad diets to cryonically frozen corpses, many still hope to find a way to live forever. Some scientists are starting to think death might be reversible. But Heidegger famously thought life's transience gave it meaning. Does ou…

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Podcast Details
Started
Aug 31st, 2016
Latest Episode
Apr 16th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
155
Avg. Episode Length
33 minutes

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