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Ever had an existential crisis in the middle of the night or during your afternoon work routine? Well, I am here to help you out with it. With answering interesting questions like 'Why do we exist', 'What's my purpose in Life', 'Am I a good human being' and many more, this podcast is for anyone even remotely interested in Philosophy. Here, we breakdown critical thinkers and present you with a simple yet reliable explanation!
 
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The Digital Age warrants for a new understanding of labour, digital labor, and a fresh scope to look at the corporations that brought about this digital age. Professor Christian Fuchs is an Australian Sociologist, teaching as a professor at the University of Westminster, and the Director of the Communication and Media Research Institute. He even ru…
 
Immanuel Kant has been one of the biggest influences in the field of Philosophy, probably the biggest during the age of enlightenment. His contributions in the realm of ethics, philosophy of knowledge, and political philosophy. However much his theories might seem ethical and pure, history often ignores the ugly truth. Kant, a phenomenal thinker an…
 
Dr. Christophe Jaffrelot, a leading political scientist at Sciences Po CERI, talks about Crony Capitalism in the Indian subcontinent. The discussion encompasses crucial discourses on the recent Ayodhya Ram Mandir event, the Vijay Mallya case, the impending NPA Bank Crisis, the presence of a religious oligarchy in India, the disregard of the constit…
 
The COVID-19 Pandemic has captured all the attention. Every sphere of society has been affected by it and the effect is mostly negative. However, the Pandemic hasn't been the only problem with this, supposedly worst ever, year. It feels like a war from multiple directions; a war with the potential of making the society more wise, courageous, modera…
 
The 5th Volume of the Republic is the densest and the most complex of all volumes. It not only introduces us to some crucial theories like Feminism in Ancient Greece, the infamous Theory of Forms, the claim of Philosopher Kings and gives an explanation of Knowledge using Mathematics. Considering how complex and hard to understand the 5th book is, w…
 
We will move on to the next two volumes of the Republic (the 3rd and the 4th). Continuing the talk about Plato's ideal city, Socrates, Glaucon and Adeimantus pick up on the question of how to educate. In this episode, we will talk about Art, Music, Poetry, Greek Mythology and how social hierarchy is installed within the very definition of society. …
 
We're done with Plato's early dialogues and now we will explore the most important and popular philosophical text of all time: The Republic. This episode will also mark the beginning of a series of episodes on The Republic by Plato. Some people even call it the seed out of which Philosophy grew. Some call it the Bible of philosophy. In a way, every…
 
Today, we'll dive further into Socrates' time in prison and his last hours on this planet. This is the second episode in the series on Plato and Socrates on this Podcast. As much as we all love Plato and admire Socrates, I highlight some unique analogies laid out in the two dialogues and guide you through extensive topics like Immortality, Civil Di…
 
We mark the beginning of this Podcast and the series about Plato on this podcast with The Apology. One of the most famous works of Plato, The Apology navigates issues like Atheism, Justice, Wisdom, Knowledge and Piety. Come on board and witness the unraveling of the various arguments Socrates puts up in front of the jury in his defence against the …
 
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