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Peter Aspden has a piece in the Financial Times 'iPod Therefore I am' speculating about podcasting, philosophy, Philosophy BItes, and culture.
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I must say, I have to agree with Peter in that article. As a student currently in the last year of high-school, in Australia, I find it hard to have my philosophy any other way. Too often I am occupied by the seemingly frivolous whims of bored teachers, teaching tired old subjects. However, there is nothing more for me to do besides wait it out, and hopefully get a good enough score to be able to study philosophy at university. I digress. Thanks Nigel, you and David manage to satisfy my philosophical thirst, with your discussions with modern day philosophers. I’ll make a note to pick up your books next time I get a chance to go to the library, I can only imagine how inviting they will be.
Nathaniel Winfield |
January 26, 2009 at 03:27 AM
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