Beginner friendly if listened to in order! For anyone interested in an educational podcast about philosophy where you don't need to be a graduate-level philosopher to understand it. In chronological order, the thinkers and ideas that forged the world we live in are broken down and explained.

Today we talk about the origins of Structuralism. 

Direct download: SaC_Final.mp3
Category:Philosophy -- posted at: 1:05am PST

Today we talk about Herbert Marcuse's concepts of The Great Refusal and The New Sensibility. 

Direct download: The_Great_Refusal.mp3
Category:Philosophy -- posted at: 9:27am PST

Today we talk about the revolutionary potential of Art through the eyes of Herbert Marcuse. 

Direct download: Art_as_a_tool_for_liberation.mp3
Category:Philosophy -- posted at: 8:27pm PST

Today we continue our discussion of Marcuse's work Eros and Civilization. 

Direct download: Eros_and_Civilization_pt_2.mp3
Category:Philosophy -- posted at: 9:01pm PST

Today we talk about Freud's views on civilization and the first half of Marcuse's response to them. 

Direct download: Frankfurt_pt_4.mp3
Category:Philosophy -- posted at: 9:41pm PST

Today we talk about an important chapter from The Dialectic of Enlightenment entitled The Culture Industry. 

Direct download: culture_industry.mp3
Category:Philosophy -- posted at: 8:52pm PST

Today we talk about the Frankfurt School critique of enlightenment style thinking and Herbert Marcuse's book One Dimensional Man. 

Direct download: Frankfurt_School_part_2.mp3
Category:Philosophy -- posted at: 6:37pm PST

Today we talk about The Frankfurt School. 

Direct download: Frankfurt_School.mp3
Category:Philosophy -- posted at: 8:12pm PST

Today we talk about part three of Simone De Beauvoir's work The Ethics of Ambiguity. 

Direct download: Beauvoir_pt_3.mp3
Category:Philosophy -- posted at: 8:13pm PST

Today we talk about the first half of The Ethics of Ambiguity by Simone De Beauvoir. 

Direct download: Simone_Ethics.mp3
Category:Philosophy -- posted at: 10:18pm PST