Under the banner of "The program that questions everything...except your intelligence," this one-hour radio program promises "philosophy in action." It certainly delivers on that promise, and for anyone who thought philosophy was lifeless and without any real-world application, they will be proved wrong after just a few minutes of listening to this program. Hosted by Stanford philosophy professors Ken Taylor and John Perry, recent editions of the program have covered terrorism, love, intelligent design, justice, and of course, baseball. Visitors can dig into the archives, learn about upcoming shows, and they will not want to pass over their blog either. Overall, this program is intellectually rousing and one that could be used as supplementary resource for any number of philosophy courses.


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