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History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps

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The History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps is a weekly podcast by Peter Adamson, a philosophy scholar who teaches at Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich and King's College London. Launched in 2014, the podcast currently features over 300 episodes that chronicle the history of philosophy from pre-Socratic thinkers through the fourteenth century (so far!). Visitors can browse this collection by by category: Classical, Later Antiquity, Islamic World, Medieval, and India. Each episode is approximately 20 minutes in length, and the podcast's title comes from Adamson's chronicling of well-known philosophers, lesser-known individuals, texts, and ideological trends. Adamson, a specialist in ancient, medieval, and Arabic philosophy, hosts all episodes himself. He is joined by Jonardon Ganeri, a professor of Philosophy at NYU's Abu Dhabi campus, in episodes about the history of Philosophy in India. Listeners who enjoy this podcast may also want to check out Adamson's book series of the same title.
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Date of Scout Publication 2017-10-20
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2017/1020

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