A Philosophy Podcast by Jordan Myers (MA Student, University of Houston)
We found 2 episodes of Plato's Cave with the tag “pride”.
Ep. 61 - Glen Pettigrove: Meekness and Moral Anger
April 7th, 2023 | 1 hr 4 mins
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I speak with Glen Pettigrove about his paper "Meekness and Moral Anger." We discuss his attempt to breathe new life into meekness as a virtue, his diagnosis of anger's downsides, and the ways in which meekness can avoid these pitfalls.
Ep. 38 - FW/MR: "The Importance of Free Will" by Susan Wolf
June 12th, 2022 | 2 hrs 37 mins
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In this reading group episode, Adam, Brian, Giffin, and I discuss "The Importance of Free Will" by Susan Wolf, a discussion spawned by our disagreements in the previous episode about the plausibility of Sommers 2007.