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Personal Identity: Crash Course Philosophy #19

Crash Course Philosophy is brought to you by Squarespace. Squarespace: share your passion with the world. Who is The Doctor? Is it this guy? Or this one? How about him? As any good Whovian knows, the answer is yes, all of them. But, also, wait: No. In the show Doctor Who, each incarnation of The

Foucault 2: Government Surveillance & Prison | Philosophy Tube

Foucault 2: Government Surveillance & Prison | Philosophy Tube

Welcome back. In Part 1 we talked about French philosopher Michel Foucault’s thesis that the penal system – that’s laws, policing, and survellance – exists not to prevent crime but to defend the power of the ruling class. And that was supposed to explain some of the odd and inconsistent ways we see those systems

Documentary: A Glitch in the Matrix (David Fuller production)

Documentary: A Glitch in the Matrix (David Fuller production)

Sometimes there’s a glitch in the matrix where the limitations of the old operating system are laid bare and something new pokes through They’ve been dozens of responses to the jordan peterson channel for interview already. What makes this one different? Well, I have a pretty unique perspective in October last year I went to

Noam Chomsky – Problems of Knowledge & Freedom (Ideas at the House)

Noam Chomsky – Problems of Knowledge & Freedom (Ideas at the House)

Tonight at the University of Sydney, Professor Noam Chomsky will be awarded Australia’s only international prize for peace. Last night, Noam Chomsky delivered the City of Sydney Peace Prize Lecture in the Sydney Town Hall. Now, Noam Chomsky, as you know, has been leading at least three very busy distinguished lives – linguist, philosopher and