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December 09, 2007


Matt M

While they may be no substitute for face-to-face learning, podcasts have been (the atheist equivalent of) a godsend for people like me, who are interested in philosophy but aren't in a position to commit to a serious course. 'Philosophy: the Classics' and 'Philosophy Bites' have been wonderful in introducing me to thinkers and ideas that I might never have encountered otherwise. So it's a hearty thank you from this interested amateur. :-)

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