During the 16th century, a new breed of thinker arose, equal parts philosopher and scientist, that threw off the received wisdom of the past and started afresh. This program addresses the major philosophical currents and controversies of that era.
Epistemology: What We Can Know
Call Number: BD161 .E587 2008
This program travels from Plato's cave to Gettier's papier-mache barns while addressing along the way, questions such as: What does it mean to really know something? How can one know that one knows it? And is seeing the same thing as believing?
Consciousness and Its Implications
Call Number: BF311 .R63 2007
Twelve 30-minute lectures by Oxford University Professor Daniel N. Robinson on consciousness from the perspective of the philosopher, the psychologist, the scientist, and the doctor.