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How many more episodes before you move to the next era, hopefully renaissance philosophy???
Medieval is almost done, it will finish with episode 300. Then I will actually cover Byzantine philosophy for about 15 episodes, and then indeed on to the Renaissance.
That's almost another year. Apparently, it will take ages before you get to Decartes. I just hope to live long enough to see it through to Slavoj Zezek. Then I can die in peace. Thousands thanks for this amazing and mindblowing podcast. Happy New Year.
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