Interviews

6 - MM McCabe on Heraclitus

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Peter's colleague Professor MM McCabe joins him in the first interview of the series of podcasts, to talk about Heraclitus.

12 - Malcolm Schofield on the Presocratics

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World-leading expert Malcolm Schofield of Cambridge University speaks to Peter about the development of Presocratic philosophy, from the Milesians to Parmenides and the reactions he provoked.

17 - Raphael Woolf on Socrates

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Peter's colleague Raphael Woolf joins him to discuss Socrates as he is portrayed by Plato: the gadfly of Athens. But was he an ascetic? And could it really be true that virtue is knowledge?

23 - MM McCabe on Knowledge in Plato

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What is Plato's understanding of knowledge, and how does he think that knowledge relates to virtue? Peter tackles these questions with his King's colleague MM McCabe in this interview.

28 - Fiona Leigh on Plato's Sophist

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Peter talks to Fiona Leigh of University College London about Plato's Sophist, which revises the theory of Forms to explain how falsehood is possible.

32 - Frisbee Sheffield on Platonic Love

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Frisbee Sheffield, an expert on Plato's Symposium and Phaedrus, chats to Peter about love and friendship in the erotic dialogues.

37 - Hugh Benson on Aristotelian Method

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Hugh Benson of the University of Oklahoma chats to Peter about Aristotle's views on philosophical method, and whether he practices what he preaches.

41 - Richard Sorabji on Time and Eternity in Aristotle

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Peter talks to Sir Richard Sorabji about Aristotle's physics, focusing on the definition of time and the eternity of the universe.

46 - Dominic Scott on Aristotle's Ethics

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Peter chats with Dominic Scott of the University of Virginia, and talks about Aristotle's audience, method and conclusions in the Nicomachean Ethics.

50 - MM McCabe and Raphael Woolf on Aristotle on Plato

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Peter's colleagues MM McCabe and Raphael Woolf join him for a special 50th episode interview, to discuss Aristotle's reactions to his teacher Plato.

59 - James Warren on Epicureanism

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James Warren of Cambridge University talks to Peter about Epicurus, his atomism, his hedonism and the Epicurean arguments against the fear of death.

64 - David Sedley on Stoicism

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David Sedley of Cambridge University chats with Peter about the development of the Stoic school, from the early days to the imperial age.

68 - John Sellars on the Roman Stoics

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Peter chats about Seneca, Marcus Aurelius, and Epictetus with John Sellars, an expert on Roman Stoicism and the reception of Stoicism in the early modern era.

72 - Raphael Woolf on Cicero

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Peter talks to Raphael Woolf about the method and philosophical allegiance of Cicero, focusing on the work On Ends (De Finibus).

74 - Tony Long on the Self in Hellenistic Philosophy

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Leading Hellenistic philosophy scholar Tony Long talks to Peter about the self, ethics and politics in the Stoics, Epicureans and Skeptics.

76 - R.J. Hankinson on Galen

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Jim Hankinson, a leading expert on philosophical themes in Galen, joins Peter to discuss this greatest doctor of the ancient world.

81 - Jan Opsomer on Middle Platonism

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Jan Opsomer helps Peter to understand principles, Plato interpretation, and Plutarch in a wide-ranging discussion of Middle Platonism.

86 - Serafina Cuomo on Ancient Mathematics

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How did the mathematics of figures like Euclid and Archimides relate to ancient philosophy? Peter finds out in an interview with Serafina Cuomo.

91 - James Wilberding on Nature and Neoplatonism

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James Wilberding joins Peter to show that contrary to what is often claimed, Neoplatonists did make contributions to the philosophy of nature. Topics include Plotinus on the cosmos and Porphyry on embryology.

95 - Anne Sheppard on Ancient Aesthetics

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Anne Sheppard discusses ancient aesthetics, touching on poetry, visual art and music in thinkers from Plato to Proclus.

96 - Dominic O'Meara on Neoplatonism

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Dominic O'Meara speaks with Peter about political philosophy and mathematics in Neoplatonism.

99 - Richard Sorabji on the Commentators

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Sir Richard Sorabji, founder of the Ancient Commentators Project, joins Peter to discuss the history of ancient commentary on Aristotle.

100 - Michael Trapp and Caroline Humfress on Ancient Culture and Philosophy

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A special double interview with Caroline Humfress (Birkbeck College London) and Michael Trapp (King's College London) celebrates reaching 100 episodes by looking at the cultural status of philosophy in the ancient world.

108 - George Boys-Stones on the Greek Church Fathers

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George Boys-Stones joins Peter to discuss philosophy in the Bible and the Greek Church Fathers.

114 - Sarah Byers on Augustine's Ethics

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Peter speaks with Sarah Byers about the Stoic influence on Augustine's ethics and theory of action.

116 - Charles Brittain on Augustine's "On the Trinity"

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In a final episode on Augustine, Charles Brittain joins Peter to discuss the theory of mind presented in "On the Trinity".

119 - John Marenbon on Boethius

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John Marenbon joins Peter to discuss Boethius' solution to the problem of divine foreknowledge.

127 - Peter E Pormann on Medicine in the Islamic World

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A double dose of Peters, as Pormann joins Adamson to discuss medicine and philosophy in the Islamic world.

131 - Deborah Black on al-Fārābī's Epistemology

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Deborah Black joins Peter to talk about al-Farabi's innovations concerning knowledge and certainty.

136 - Farhad Daftary on the Ismā'īlīs

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Peter is joined by Farhad Daftary, a leading expert on the Shiite group known as the Ismā'īlīs.

142 - Dimitri Gutas on Avicenna

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Peter talks to leading Avicenna scholar Dimitri Gutas about Avicenna's sources, philosophical methods, and influence.

145 - Frank Griffel on al-Ghazālī

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Why did al-Ghazālī judge "the philosophers" to be apostates? Peter finds out from Frank Griffel.

150 - Charles Burnett and Dag N. Hasse on Arabic-Latin Translations

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A special 150th double interview episode on the transmission of philosophy from Arabic into Latin.

152 - Richard Taylor on Averroes

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Averroes scholar Richard C. Taylor joins Peter to talk about Averroes' views on the relation between Islam and philosophy.

156 - Sarah Pessin on Jewish Neoplatonism

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Peter chats with Sarah Pessin about the Neoplatonism of Jewish philosophers such as Isaac Israeli, Ibn Gabirol, and Maimonides.

162 - Sarah Stroumsa on Maimonides

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Sarah Stroumsa tells Peter about Maimonides' cultural surroundings and attitudes towards philosophy and the Islamic tradition.

166 - Tamar Rudavsky on Gersonides and Crescas

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Tamar Rudavsky joins Peter to talk about the two great medieval Jewish thinkers after Maimonides: Gersonides and Crescas.

170 - Gad Freudenthal on Jewish Philosophy and Science

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Leading scholar of medieval Jewish thought Gad Freudenthal joins Peter in a concluding episode on Andalusian thought.

179 - Mohammed Rustom on Philosophical Sufism

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Peter is joined by Mohammed Rustom in a discussion about Sufi authors including Ibn 'Arabī, al-Qūnawī, and Rūmī.

184 - Robert Wisnovsky on Commentary Culture

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Robert Wisnovsky joins Peter to discuss the enormous body of unstudied philosophical commentaries in the later Eastern Islamic world.

188 - Sajjad Rizvi on Mullā Ṣadrā

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Sajjad Rizvi talks to Peter about Mullā Ṣadrā's views on eternity, God's knowledge and the afterlife.

195 - Anke von Kügelgen on Contemporary Islamic Thought

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Anke von Kügelgen joins Peter to discuss developments over the last century or so, including attitudes towards past thinkers like Avicenna, Averroes and Ibn Taymiyya.

200. Jill Kraye and John Marenbon on Medieval Philosophy

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We celebrate reaching episode 200 with a special double interview on the problem of defining medieval philosophy.

201. Stephen Gersh on Medieval Platonism

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Stephen Gersh (who was Peter's doctoral advisor!) joins him to discuss the sources and influence of Platonism in the Middle Ages.

206. Eileen Sweeney on Anselm

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Anselm expert Eileen Sweeney discusses his approach to philosophy and the devotional aspect of his works.

210. John Marenbon on Peter Abelard

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John Marenbon returns to the podcast to discuss Abelard's views on necessity and freedom.

215. Medieval History Podcasters

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In this special episode, Peter chats with the hosts of the History of the Crusades, History of Byzantium, and British History podcasts.

217. Andrew Arlig on Parts and Wholes

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Andrew Arlig joins Peter to discuss medieval discussions of mereology (the study of parts and wholes).

220. Caroline Humfress on the Roots of Medieval Law

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A discussion about Roman law and its reception in the medieval period, with ancient law expert Caroline Humfress.

224. Kent Emery on Institutions of Learning

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Kent Emery joins Peter to discuss the effects of monastic and university culture on medieval philosophy.

232. Charles Burnett on Magic

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Charles Burnett tells Peter about the role of magic in medieval intellectual life.

235. Juhana Toivanen on Animals in Medieval Philosophy

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Medieval ideas about what animals do and do not have in common with humans, and how we should treat them.

239. Catarina Dutilh Novaes on Medieval Logic

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Was medieval logic "formal"? Peter finds out from Catarina Dutilh Novaes.

242. Therese Cory on Self-Awareness in Albert and Aquinas

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Therese Cory tells Peter what 13th century philosophers thought about self-awareness.

7. Brian Black on the Upanisads

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An interview with Brian Black about the philosophical and social aspects of the Upaniṣads.

12. Rupert Gethin on Buddhism and the Self

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Peter speaks to Rupert Gethin about the no-self theory, and its implications for Buddhist ethics and meditation practices.

248. Scott MacDonald on Aquinas

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Scott MacDonald joins Peter to discuss Thomas Aquinas' views on human knowledge.

17. Jessica Frazier on Hinduism and Philosophy

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An interview with Jessica Frazier about philosophical ideas and arguments in the Vedas, Upanisads and later Hindu texts.

255. Andreas Speer on Medieval Aesthetics

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Does medieval art tell us anything about medieval theories of aesthetics? Peter finds out from Andreas Speer.

257. Martin Pickavé on Henry of Ghent and Freedom

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An interview with Martin Pickavé on voluntarism and the interaction of will and intellect, according to Henry of Ghent.

22. Elisa Freschi on Mimamsa

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Mīmāṃsā expert Elisa Freschi speaks to Peter about philosophical issues arising from the interpretation of the Veda.

259. Richard Cross on Philosophy and the Trinity

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Medieval discussions of the Trinity charted new metaphysical territory, as we see in this interview with Richard Cross.

26. Francis Clooney on Vedanta

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Francis Clooney joins us to discuss the religious and philosophical aspects of Vedānta.

264. Giorgio Pini on Scotus on Knowledge

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Peter hears about Duns Scotus' epistemology from expert Giorgio Pini.

30. Philipp Maas on Yoga

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A leading expert on the founding text of Yoga tells us why, when, and by whom it was written, and what it has to do with modern day yoga practice.

266. Tom Pink on the Will

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A conversation with Tom Pink about medieval theories of freedom and action.

35. Ujjwala Jha and V.N. Jha on Nyāya

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The First Family of Indian Epistemology joins us to discuss the theories and later influence of the Nyāya school.

274. Susan Brower-Toland on Ockham's Philosophy of Mind

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An interview with Susan Brower-Toland covering Ockham's views on cognition, consciousness, and memory.

41. Monima Chadha on Indian Philosophy of Mind

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Monima Chadha takes Peter through Buddhist-Hindu debates over mind and self.

278. Sara Uckelman on Obligations

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Sara Uckelman soundly defeats Peter in the medieval logical game of "obligations."

281. Monica Green on Medieval Medicine

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An interview with Monica Green reveals parallels between medicine and philosophy in the middle ages.

47. Jan Westerhoff on Nāgārjuna

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A discussion with Jan Westerhoff, an expert on the great Buddhist thinker Nāgārjuna, dealing with the notion of emptiness, the tetralemma, and Nāgārjuna's reception in India and Tibet.

283. Jack Zupko on John Buridan

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Peter speaks to Jack Zupko about John Buridan's secular and parsimonious approach to philosophy.

285. Dominik Perler on Medieval Skepticism

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The medievals were too firm in their beliefs to entertain skeptical worries, right? Don't be so sure, as Peter learns from Dominik Perler.

50. Marie-Hélène Gorisse on Jain Epistemology

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We're joined by Marie-Hélène Gorisse for a look at the Jain theory of knowledge.

54. Graham Priest on Logic and Buddhism

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Graham Priest joins Peter to discuss non-classical logic and its connections with Buddhist patterns of reasoning.

290. Martin Pickavé on Emotions in Medieval Philosophy

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Martin Pickavé returns to the podcast to talk about theories of the emotions in Aquinas, Scotus and Wodeham.

58. Amber Carpenter on Animals in Indian Philosophy

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An interview about the status of nonhuman animals in ancient Indian philosophy and literature.

294. Isabel Davis on Sexuality and Marriage in Chaucer

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Peter is joined by Isabel Davis to discuss marriage, sex and chastity in Chaucer, focusing on the Wife of Bath's speech.

62. Kit Patrick on Philosophy and Indian History

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The host of the History of India podcast joins us for the final episode on India.

299. Robert Pasnau on Substance in Scholasticism

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Bob Pasnau joins Peter to discuss ideas about substance from Aquinas down to the time of Locke, Leibniz and Descartes.

300a. The Relevance of Ancient Philosophy Today

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Three guests to celebrate 300 episodes! Rachel Barney, Christof Rapp, and Mark Kalderon join Peter to discuss the importance of ancient philosophy for today's philosophers.

300b. The Relevance of Medieval Philosophy Today

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Peter King, Catarina Dutilh Novaes, and Russ Friedman discuss their approaches to medieval philosophy and its contemporary relevance.

7. Richard Parkinson on Egyptian Poetry

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Egyptologist Richard Parkinson joins us to talk about the context and meaning of the Eloquent Peasant and other literary works of ancient Egypt.

305. Andrew Louth on John of Damascus

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Peter is joined by Andrew Louth for a discussion of John of Damascus and his theological use of philosophy.

Glenn Adamson on Material Intelligence

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Peter's twin brother Glenn Adamson discusses the philosophical implications of craft.

11. Teodros Kiros on Ethiopian Philosophy

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Teodros Kiros discusses his work in political philosophy and the history of Ethiopian philosophical thought.

308. Dominic O'Meara on Michael Psellos

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Dominic O'Meara speaks to Peter about Michael Psellos, focusing especially on his political philosophy.

14. Souleymane Bachir Diagne on Islam in Africa

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Peter speaks to Souleymane Bachir Diagne about Islamic scholars in West Africa.

16. Samuel Imbo on Okot p'Bitek and Oral Traditions

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A conversation with Sam Imbo on approaching oral traditions as philosophy and the Ugandan thinker and poet Okot p'Bitek.

314. Katerina Ierodiakonou on Byzantine Commentaries

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Katerina Ierodiakonou discusses Byzantine commentators on Aristotle, including Michael of Ephesus.

318. Oliver Primavesi on Greek Manuscripts

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Oliver Primavesi tells us how Greek manuscripts are used to establish the text of authors like Aristotle.

Prof Primavesi runs the Munich School of Ancient Philosophy together with Christof Rapp and Peter Adamson.

23. Nkiru Nzegwu on Gender in African Tradition

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An interview with Nkiru Nzegwu on matriarchy, sexuality, and gender fluidity in Africa (with a quick chat at the end about her work on African art).

321. Judith Herrin on Byzantium and Islam

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Historian Judith Herrin joins us to talk about competition and mutual influence between Islam and Byzantium.

26. Kai Kresse on the Anthropology of Philosophy

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An interview with Kai Kresse (pictured here with Ustadh Mahmoud Mau) who discusses his efforts to do "anthropology of philosophy" on the Swahili Coast.

28. Chike Jeffers on Precolonial African Philosophy

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Co-host Chike Jeffers and Peter chat about the themes and questions raised by the podcast so far.

327. Michele Trizio on Byzantine and Latin Medieval Philosophy

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The series on Byzantium concludes as guest Michele Trizio discusses the mutual influence of Byzantium and Latin Christendom.

31. Justin Smith on Amo and Race in Early Modern Philosophy

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Justin E.H. Smith joins us to discuss Anton Wilhelm Amo against the background of ideas about race in early modern philosophy, including Leibniz.

332. Jill Kraye on Humanism

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Jill Kraye returns to the podcast to discuss the nature of humanism, its relation to scholasticism, and its legacy.

335. Sabrina Ebbersmeyer on Emotions in Renaissance Philosophy

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An interview with Sabrina Ebbersmeyer about the relation of emotion to reason and the body, and panpsychism, in the Renaissance.

39. Doris Garraway on the Haitian Revolution

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An interview with Doris Garraway on the background, intellectual basis, and legacy of the Haitian Revolution.

42. James Sidbury on African Identity

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An interview with James Sidbury about the emergence of a self-conscious African identity in the diaspora.

342. Denis Robichaud on Plato in the Renaissance

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An interview with Denis Robichaud on how, and why, Plato was read in the Italian Renaissance.

46. Melvin Rogers on Early 19th Century Political Thought

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Melvin Rogers joins us to discuss David Walker, Maria Stewart, and Hosea Easton.

346. Cecilia Muratori on Animals in the Renaissance

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An interview with Cecilia Muratori, an expert on the surprisingly modern ideas about non-human animals that emerged in the Renaissance.

54. Wilson Moses on the Roots of Black Nationalism

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Wilson Moses speaks to us about his research into early black nationalism, with reference to Crummell, Douglass, and others.

351. Quentin Skinner on Machiavelli

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Leading Machiavelli scholar Quentin Skinner joins Peter to discuss morality, history, and religion in the Prince and the Discourses.

357. David Lines on Aristotle's Ethics in the Renaissance

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An interview with David Lines on the Renaissance reception of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics.

63. Brittney Cooper on Black Women Activists

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Brittney Cooper on activists connected to the National Association of Colored Women, including Fannie Barrier Williams, Mary Church Terrell, and Ida B. Wells.

360. Dag N. Hasse on Arabic Learning in the Renaissance

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An interview with Dag Nikolaus Hasse on the Renaissance reception of Averroes, Avicenna, and other authors who wrote in Arabic.

67. Chike Jeffers on Slavery and Diasporic Philosophy

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Co-host Chike joins Peter to look back at series two and ahead to series three.

364. Guido Giglioni on Renaissance Medicine

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An interview with Guido Giglioni, who speaks to us about the sources and philosophical implications of medical works of the Renaissance.

70. Tommy Curry on the Early 20th Century

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We chat with Tommy Curry about African-American thought between the turn of the century and the Harlem Renaissance.

367. Brian Copenhaver on Renaissance Magic

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Brian Copenhaver joins us to explain how Ficino and other Renaissance philosophers thought about magic.

73. Vanessa Wills on Africana Marxism

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Vanessa Wills speaks  to us about Marx and his Africana legacy, with a special focus on black women Marxists.

370. Ingrid Rowland on Rome in the Renaissance

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For our finale of the Italian Renaissance series we're joined by Ingrid Rowland, to speak about art, philosophy, and persecution in Renaissance Rome.

76. Michael Dawson on Garvey and Black Nationalism

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An interview with Michael Dawson, who explains Marcus Garvey's black nationalism and how this and other political ideologies, like socialism and liberalism, have fared from the time of Garvey down to the present day.

375. Paul Richard Blum on Nicholas of Cusa

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Learned ignorance, coincidence of opposites and religious peace: Paul Richard Blum discusses the central ideas of Nicholas Cusanus.

79. Leonard Harris on Alain Locke

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Leonard Harris explains how Locke's value theory was the basis for his aesthetics and theories of democracy and race.

379. Lyndal Roper on Luther

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How radical was Luther? We find out from Lyndal Roper, who also discusses Luther and the Peasants' War, sexuality, anti-semitism, and the visual arts.

85. Liam Kofi Bright on Du Bois' Philosophy of Science

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Guest Liam Kofi Bright discusses Du Bois' ideal of value-free science and the place of science within his wider thought.

387. Helen Hattab on Protestant Philosophy

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An interview with Helen Hattab on the scope and impact of scholastic philosophy among Protestants.

93. Carole Boyce Davies on Claudia Jones

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Interview guest Carole Boyce Davies joins us to talk about the radical ideas of Claudia Jones.

392. John Sellars on Lipsius and Early Modern Stoicism

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John Sellars returns to the podcast to discuss Lipsius' work on Seneca and the early modern Neo-Stoic movement.

98. Meena Krishnamurthy on Martin Luther King Jr

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An interview about the role of the emotions, including anger and feelings of dignity, in the non-violent protest campaign of King.

396. Lorraine Daston on Renaissance Science

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Comets! Magnets! Armadillos! In this wide-ranging interview Lorraine Daston tells us how Renaissance and early modern scientists dealt with the extraordinary events they called "wonders".

100. Chike Jeffers on the First Half of the Twentieth Century

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Chike joins Peter to look back at our coverage of Africana philosophy in the first half of the 20th century.

400. Philosophy Podcasters

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Peter celebrates reaching 400 episodes together with the hosts of three great philosophy podcasts: Elucidations, Hi-Phi Nation, and the Unmute Podcast (Matt Teichman, Barry Lam, and Myisha Cherry).

107. Lewis Gordon on Frantz Fanon

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We're joined by a leading Fanon expert to talk about a range of themes in his work: Negritude, psychiatry, and violence.

404. Robert Goulding on Peter Ramus

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A chat with Ramus expert Robert Goulding on the role of mathematics in Ramist philosophy, not to mention some juicy academic quarrels in Paris.

407. Maria Rosa Antognazza on Early Modern Toleration

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An interview on the nature of religious tolerance, and the forms it took during the Reformation and in the thought of early modern thinkers like Locke and Leibniz.

Maria Rosa Antognazza is Professor of Philosophy at King's College London.

410. Ann Blair on Jean Bodin's Natural Philosophy

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A chat with Ann Blair about the "Theater of Nature" by Jean Bodin, and other encyclopedic works of natural philosophy. (Pictured: Prof Blair holding the annotated copy of Bodin's Theatrum she describes in the episode.)

116. Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò and Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò on Cabral

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Two scholars of the same name join us to shed further light on freedom fighter and political theorist Amílcar Cabral.

414. Henrik Lagerlund on Renaissance Skepticism

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No doubt that we're in good hands with interview guest Henrik Lagerlund, who brings his expertise in the history of skepticism to bear on the French Renaissance. Including a look ahead to Descartes!

418. Diarmaid MacCulloch on the British Reformations

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A leading expert on the history of the Reformation joins us to explain the very different stories of England and Scotland in the 16th century.

425. Patrick Gray on Shakespeare

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We're joined by Patrick Gray to discuss Shakespeare's knowledge of philosophy, his ethics, and his influence on such thinkers as Hegel.

130. Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o on Himself

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The great Kenyan writer Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o joins us to speak about his career, his influences, and the power and politics of language.

133. John Drabinski on Edouard Glissant

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The author of an important book on Glissant joins us to talk about his approach to this major Caribbean thinker.

431. Calvin Normore on Scholasticism

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A discussion of the history and philosophical significance of scholasticism from medieval times to early modernity, and even today.

437. Jennifer Rampling on Renaissance Alchemy

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An expert on Renaissance alchemy tells us how this art related to philosophy at the time... and how she has tried to reproduce its results!

140. Cornel West on Himself

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Cornel West joins us to look back on the development of his thought and the many authors who have inspired him.

142. Final Chat with Chike Jeffers

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How Africana philosophy looked to a young Chike Jeffers, coming into the field in the early 21st century.