Friday, March 04, 2022

All caught up with "The History of Philosophy Without any Gaps"

Today, I've caught up with Professor Peter Adamson's podcast "The History of Philosophy without Any Gaps". It began with an episode on Thales in December 2010, but I only discovered it in March 2021. Now I'm listening to the latest episode – number 391 – on Flemish thinker Justus Lipsius (part of a cycle on philosophy and the Reformation), which was released last Sunday. I recommend in particular the episodes on Epicurus (57-59), Avicenna (138-142), the Oxford Calculators and 14th-century physics (279-280), Giordano Bruno (368), and Galileo (369). But now I'll turn to Adamson's parallel series on "The History of Indian Philosophy Without any Gaps", 62 episodes he released from 2015 to 2018. (Andrew Shields, #111words, 4 March 2022)


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