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Tag Archives: metaphysics

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  • 2 Jun 2016
    Tuomas E. Tahko

    Getting to know Metametaphysics

    Can you give us a brief explanation of what metametaphysics is, and the big questions at the core of it? The term ‘meta-metaphysics’ may seem awkward – and it is – but it is descriptive: the focus is on a methodological, meta-level analysis of the discipline of metaphysics. On a very general level, there are […]

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  • 9 Mar 2016
    Daniel Blue

    The Making of Friedrich Nietzsche – An interview with author Daniel Blue

    We talk to Daniel Blue, author of a major new biography of German philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche, that radically reconceives Nietzsche's youth and reveals the importance of autobiography and environment to his early development.

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  • 2 Mar 2016
    Roy W. Perrett

    Author interview: Roy Perrett on Indian Philosophy

    We talk to Roy Perrett, visiting Professor of Indian Philosophy at Ashoka University about his new book, An Introduction to Indian Philosophy.

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  • 31 Mar 2014
    Pier Luigi Luisi, Fritjof Capra

    A Systems View of Life

    How will we solve the pervasive problems of our modern era, from climate change to food shortages? Fritjof Capra and Pier Luigi Luisi explain the secrets behind a connected vision of the world at the heart of their new book, The Systems View of Life, and the possibilities it offers for understanding some of our most critical challenges.

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