Sunday, August 15, 2010

Episode 5 - Transcendence Without God

Episode 5 of the podcast is available for download here. In this episode, I discuss the article "Transcendence without God" by Anthony Simon Laden. The essay appears in the collection Philosophers Without Gods.

Not much to say about this one -- apart from what is said in the podcast itself.


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  4. Another excellent podcast.

    Do you have any plans to tackle some of the other essays in the book?

  5. Have you a particular one in mind?

    I am open to requests.

  6. Hmmm... Well, Without the Net of Providence by Kenneth A. Taylor, and Reasonable Religious Disagreements by Richard Feldman are probably the two standout essays for me. So I'd love to hear your take on them. But, to be honest, I'd be happy with any of them, as it really is an excellent collection.

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