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[audio feed]  Many of the following podcasts can be found on Cambridge University iTunesU

 

 

[audio feed] Conference on Bernard Williams and the Ancients - Prof. MM McCabe (Emeritus Professor of Ancient Philosophy King's College, London) 'Good-makers and Good-takers: Bernard Williams on Platonic (intrinsic) goodness' (view the handout for the talk here).

(recorded 19 September 2016)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Louise Hanson (Cambridge) 'The Real Problem with Evolutionary Debunking Arguments'

(recorded 17 May 2016)

[audio feed] Moral Psychology Research Group - Prof Roy Baumeister (Florida State University) & Prof Richard Holton (Cambridge) 'Moral Virtue and Self Control'

(recorded 16 May 2016)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - David Pitt (Cal State, LA) 'Objects and Their Phases'

(recorded 10 May 2016)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Vid Simoniti (Cambridge) 'Beauty and power: response-dependence in aesthetic properties'

(recorded 3 May 2016)

[audio feed] Sixth Form Philosophy Conference Recordings

(recorded 15 April 2016)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Katharine Jenkins (Cambridge) 'Ontic Injustice'

(recorded 26 April 2016)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Lilli Alanen (Uppsala) 'Personal Identity, Passions and Hume's "True Idea of the Human Mind"'

(recorded 8 March 2016)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Robbie Williams (Leeds) 'Normative reference magnets'

(recorded 1 March 2016)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Mat Simpson (Cambridge) 'Pragmatism and the No Exit Objection'

(recorded 16 February 2016)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Samir Okasha (Bristol) 'Rationality from a Biological Perspective'

(recorded 9 February 2016)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Robin Zheng (Cambridge) 'Expanding the Moral Repertoire: Oughts, Ideals, and Appraisals'

(recorded 2 February 2016)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Chris Cowie (Cambridge) 'Biting the Bullet in Non-Identity Cases'

(recorded 26 January 2016)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Richard Heck (Brown) 'Against Frontloading'

(recorded 19 January 2016)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Alison Hills (Oxford) 'How to be a moral expert'

(recorded 1 December 2015)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - David Bakhurst (Queens) 'Practice, Sensibility and Moral Education'

(recorded 17 November 2015)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Ian Phillips (Oxford) 'Unconscious perception reconsidered'

(recorded 10 November 2015)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - Susanna Siegel (Harvard/Birmingham) 'Salience Norms'

(recorded 3 November 2015)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - Nakul Krishna (Cambridge) 'Two Conceptions of Common-Sense Morality'

(recorded 27 October 2015)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Josh Greene (Harvard) 'How does the brain construct complex thoughts?'
(recorded 13 October 2015)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Alan Hájek (ANU) 'Begging to Differ With Similarity Accounts of Counterfactuals'
(recorded 19 May 2015)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Hans-Johann Glock (Zurich) 'Of Toads, Dogs and Men: Agency, Intelligence and Reason in Human and Non-Human Animals'
(recorded 5 May 2015)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Debbie Roberts (Edinburgh) 'Supervenience and Explanation in Metaethics'
(recorded 28 April 2015)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Amia Srinivasan (Oxford) 'The Aptness of Anger'
(recorded 3 March 2015)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Shyane Siriwardena (Cambridge) 'The Agency Theory of Causation: Unsound or Incomplete'
(recorded 24 February 2015)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Julian Dodd (Manchester) 'The ontology of conceptual art: against the idea idea'
(recorded 17 February 2015)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Cheryl Misak (Toronto) 'Ramsey’s Cognitivism: Ethics, Aesthetics and the Meaning of Life'
(recorded 10 February 2015)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Kyle Mitchell (Cambridge) 'Does fictionalism rest on a mistake?'
(recorded 3 February 2015)

[audio feed] Moral Sciences Club - Claudine Tiercelin (Collège de France) 'A Plea for Dispositional Essentialism'
(recorded 27 January 2015)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - Ellen Clarke (Oxford) 'On biological individuality'
(recorded 20 January 2015)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - Liz Camp (Rutgers) 'Insinuation, Indirection, and the Conversational Record'
(recorded 2 December 2014)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - M. M. McCabe (KCL) 'First chop your logos: Socrates and the sophists on language, logic and moral development'
(recorded 25 November 2014)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - Sarah Broadie (St Andrews) 'Virtue and the Natural Goods: An Aristotelian Perspective'
      (recorded 18 November 2014)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - Gonzalo Rodriguez-Pereyra (Oxford) 'Indiscernible Universals'
      (recorded 11 November 2014)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - Nicola Lacey (LSE) & Hanna Pickard (Oxford) 'To Blame or to Forgive? Reconciling Punishment and Forgiveness in Criminal Justice'
      (recorded 4 November 2014)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - Scott Sturgeon (Birmingham) 'The Tale of Bella and Creda'
      (recorded 28 October 2014)

[audio feed]  Festival of Ideas - Professor Rae Langton  'Identity and Immortality'
       (recorded 22 October 2014 - see also the Lecture Handout)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - Craig French (Cambridge) 'The Argument from Illusion'
      (recorded 21 October 2014)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - Akeel Bilgrami (Columbia) 'Value, Agency and Desire'
      (recorded 14 October 2014)

[audio feed]  Alumni Festival Lecture 2014 - Dr Nigel Warburton 'Philosophy as Dialogue'
      (recorded 27 September 2014)

[audio feed]  The 88th Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society - Inaugural Address and Symposia podcasts
      (recorded 12 & 13 July 2014)

[audio feed]  Routledge Lecture in Philosophy - Professor Michael Bratman 'Acting and Thinking Together'
      (recorded 12 June 2014)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - Rowan Williams 'Feeling For Others: Is Empathy the Answer to Ethical Problems?'
      (recorded 25 February 2014)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - Michael Otsuka 'How it Makes a Moral Difference that One is Worse Off than One Would Have Been'
      (recorded 5 November 2013)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - Judith Jarvis Thomson 'Rights and Wrongs'
      (recorded 15 October 2013)

[audio feed]  Limits of Duty Conference recordings
       Newnham College Cambridge
       (recorded 14 June 2013)

[audio feed]  Moral Sciences Club - David Chalmers 'Why isn't there more progress in philosophy?'
      (recorded 7 May 2013)

[audio feed]  Professor Huw Price, Bertrand Russell Professor of Philosophy inaugural lecture 'Where would we be without counterfactuals?'
      (recorded 1 November 2012 - see also the Lecture Transcript)

[audio feed]  Alumni Weekend 2012 - Professor Tim Crane'What do animals think?'
       (recorded 22 September 2012)

[audio feed]   Professor Tim Crane in conversation with Professor Huw Price 
       (recorded March 2012 - see also the Conversation Transcript)

[audio feed]  Professor John Marenbon Inaugural lecture 'When was Medieval Philosophy?' 
       (recorded 30 November 2011 - see also the Lecture Transcript)

[audio feed]  Festival of Ideas - Professor John O'Neill  'Happiness and Sustainability'
       (recorded 28 October 2011)

[audio feed]  Routledge Lecture in Philosophy - Professor David Luban 'Arguing about torture'
       (recorded 21 October 2011)

[audio feed] Alumni Weekend 2011 - Professor Derek Matravers 'Art and Morality'

       (recorded 24 September 2011)


[audio feed]   2011 Routledge Lecture notes - Professor Tim Scanlon
       'Ideas of the Good in Moral and Political Philosophy'

       (lecture date 15 March 2011)

[audio feed]   Professor Tim Crane Inaugural Lecture as Knightbridge Professor 'What is Distinctive About Human Thought?'
       (recorded 1 December 2010)

[audio feed]   Aspects of Philosophy at Cambridge Conference recordings
       (Hughes Hall 19th to 20th November 2010)

[audio feed]   Dr Cain Todd - 'Fiction, emotion and imagination'
       (recorded 29 October 2010)

[audio feed]   2010 Aronui Lecture, Royal Society of New Zealand
       Baroness Onora O'Neill 'Two Cultures Fifty Years On'

       (September 2010)

[audio feed]   Alumni Weekend 2010 - Dr Fraser MacBride 'The Dark Matter of Cambridge Philosophy' 
       (recorded 25 September 2010 - see also the Lecture Handout)

[audio feed]   A Conversation with Tim Crane and Simon Blackburn
       (recorded 11 February 2010)

[audio feed]   Routledge Lecture in Philosophy - Professor Philip Pettit 'The Open-Doors Model of Freedom' 
       (recorded 30 October 2009 - see also the Lecture Handout)

[audio feed]   Professor Barry Smith 'The Philosophy of Wine - from Science to Subjectivity' 
      (recorded 23 October 2009)

[audio feed]   Alumni Weekend 2009 - Professor Roger Scruton 'The Meaning of Music' 
      (recorded 26 September 2009)

[audio feed]   Routledge Lecture - Professor Richard Moran 'Iris Murdoch and the Rejection of Existentialism' 
      (recorded 30 October 2008) )

[audio feed]   Professor Onora O'Neill - Conceptions of press freedom
      (recorded 22 October 2008 - see also the Lecture Notes)

[audio feed]   Alumni Weekend 2008 - Professor Thomas Baldwin 'G.E. Moore and Cambridge Philosophy'  (recorded 27 September 2008)