November 21st, 2022 | 56 mins
account, blame, blameworthiness, blameworthy, boult, brandon, cameron, cave, epistemic, epistemology, evidence, grad school, graduate, interview, jordan, myers, nature, normativity, norms, phd, philosophy, plato, plato's cave, relationship, responsibility, scanlon, testimony, university of houston, wolf
I speak with Cameron Boult about his series of papers and forthcoming book on epistemic blame: what it means, when it's appropriate, and how we modify our epistemic relationships with others.
March 15th, 2020 | 1 hr 6 mins
cave, clyde rathbone, conversation, dayne rathbone, dialetic, epistemology, grad school, graduate, internet, itunes:54, itunes:letter, letter, letter wiki, phd, philosophy, plato, plato's cave, rhetoric, that's bs, thats bs, trolling, twitter
In this episode, I speak with Clyde Rathbone who is a co-founder of Letter, a new and very engaging online marketplace of conversations. We discuss why the platform is very unique and inspiring, and about the health of out conversations, doing things that mater, and finding meaning in life. It was a all-around great talk, and I hope you think so too!
March 15th, 2020 | 1 hr 15 mins
cave, epistemology, grad school, graduate, grievance studies, helen, hoax, identity politics, itunes:37, itunes:helen pluckrose, phd, philosophy, plato, plato's cave, pluckrose, postmodernism, regressive left, that's bs, thats bs
In this episode, I sit down with Helen Pluckrose to discuss the grievance studies papers she co-authored. We also discuss epistemology on the left and her upcoming book and how to combat regressive leftism.