A Philosophy Podcast by Jordan Myers (MA Student, University of Houston)
We found 2 episodes of Plato's Cave with the tag “value”.
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. 41 - FW/MR: "Asymmetrical Freedom" by Susan Wolf
June 15th, 2022 | 1 hr 42 mins
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In this reading group episode, Giffin, Adam, Brian, and I talk about the crazy (in the best way) paper by Susan Wolf, "Asymmetrical Freedom." Can we be responsible for bad actions? Only good ones? What does the role of determinism do to our judgements?