John Horgan speaks with psychologist Steve Taylor, author of the book Spiritual Science, about pursuing a contemplative life while raising children.
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Robert Wright and philosopher Gideon Rosen discuss the meaning of the term “moral realism.”
Robert Wright speaks with Rhonda Magee, author of the new book The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities Through Mindfulness.
Robert Wright speaks with Catherine Wilson, author of the new book How to Be an Epicurean, about the rival ancient philosophies.
Daniel Kaufman and Massimo Pigliucci discuss whether philosophy makes one better at living.
Robert Wright speaks with Jay Michaelson, author of the new book Enlightenment by Trial and Error, about enlightenment in the Buddhist and Jewish traditions.
Robert Wright speaks with psychologist Paul Bloom about a new study on empathy and political polarization.
Daniel Kaufman and Meghan Daum, author of the new book The Problem with Everything, discuss the ways that online pornography has changed Millennials’ attitudes toward sex.
Daniel Kaufman speaks with Joseph Biehl, founder of the Gotham Philosophical Society.
Daniel Kaufman and Spencer Case ask whether there are fundamental debates in philosophy that can never be resolved.
David Ottlinger speaks with philosopher J.P. Messina about the distorting effects of social censorship.