A Philosophy Podcast by Jordan Myers (MA Student, University of Houston)
We found 3 episodes of Plato's Cave with the tag “wrong”.
Ep. 61 - Glen Pettigrove: Meekness and Moral Anger
April 7th, 2023 | 1 hr 4 mins
anger, angry, apt, cave, communication, epistemic, ethics, evaluation, evidence, fight, grad school, graduate, hume, injustice, interview, jordan, meek, meekness, morality, motivation, myers, phd, philosophy, plato, plato's cave, pride, rage, reasoning, sports, srinivasan, thinking, university of houston, value, vice, virtue, wicked, wrong
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. 24 - Paul Russell: Free Will, Art, and Morality (& Compatibilism)
November 18th, 2021 | 1 hr 13 mins
2008, art, athletics, attitudes, british, cave, chance, columbia, compatibilism, determinism, ethics, evaluation, evil, fate, free, good, grad school, graduate, jordan, judgement, luck, lund, moral, morality, myers, paul, phd, philosophy, plato, plato's cave, project, reactive, responsibility, retribution, revenge, russell, skill, strawson, watson, will, wrong
In this episode, I speak with Paul Russell about his 2008 paper, "Free Will, Art, and Morality," along with more general topics within the responsibility debate, included in Paul's chapter in the Oxford Handbook on Moral Responsibility (forthcoming). We discuss his case for compatibilism between determinism and moral responsibility.
Ep. 20 - Per-Erik Milam: Letting Go & Forgiveness
May 8th, 2021 | 1 hr 6 mins
address, attitudes, blame, calhoun, cave, community, dana, erik, ethics, forgiveness, friends, go, gothenburgh, grad school, graduate, harm, injury, jordan, letting, milam, moral, myers, nelkin, objective, per, phd, philosophy, plato, plato's cave, praise, reactive, relationships, responsibility, strawson, wrong
In this episode, I speak with Per Milam about his recent work on letting go as an alternative to forgiveness. These topics naturally touch on the practices of blame and responsibility and Strawson's reactive attitudes.