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How do you become a better person?
How do your beliefs influence your actions?
How can you become more mindful and happier?
And how can you transform your relationship with technology into a better one?
In this episode of the best philosophy podcasts on the web, three prominent philosophers explore these and other topics.
These episodes are available on iTunes and Google Play.
Philosophy podcasting is back.
This time it’s on a much larger scale and in more ways than ever.
We are here to help you become better.
Philologues of all stripes, whether they are in their own field or in the mainstream, are excited about the opportunity to collaborate on new projects with a range of great minds, and to bring these ideas to life.
This month we’re excited to share with you three podcasts of which you might be familiar:Personal Philosophy:The Philosophy Podcast by Brian WilliamsPhilologia:The Practical Philosophy Podcast By John TaylorGettin’ it: The Philosophy Podcast and the Psychology Podcast by Daniel KahnemanThe Psychology Podcast is a podcast series with two main hosts: Brian Williams and John Taylor.
Each episode, Williams and Taylor discuss their favorite philosophy, psychology or scientific study.
The aim is to create a common, non-judgmental environment in which listeners can come to their own conclusions about a topic.
They have a great understanding of what they’re talking about and what’s being discussed.
Personal Philosophy is a series of podcasts that started with a series by Brian (who’s also a PhD in philosophy) and Jonathan Haidt, PhD in psychology, on what it means to be human.
The two are both passionate about the subject of ethics and what it takes to be a good human being.
They’re also passionate about helping listeners become better by helping them to understand their own experiences and biases.
Philologists of all backgrounds are invited to join the podcast for a discussion on the philosophy of psychology.
The philosophy of science is particularly interesting to the Philosologians because the focus is often on the human mind, not the physical sciences.
It’s interesting to know that in addition to neuroscience, psychology also covers neuroscience, neurobiology, biology, chemistry, and more.
These are the subjects that we’re interested in and we welcome new listeners to join us.
The Philosologia podcast is a collection of short-form discussions of philosophy and related topics.
The topics range from scientific theories to personal psychology, from the history of philosophy to the philosophy and neuroscience of religion, and from science fiction to modern philosophy.
Philology podcasting has been growing in popularity in recent years and we’re thrilled to be able to partner with such a prominent podcast that’s also relevant to people who might be less familiar with it.
It also offers an opportunity for listeners to learn a new language and engage with ideas from other philosophers and researchers.
We’re really proud to share these three podcasts with you.
The Practicemaking Podcast by John TaylorPhilologias is a monthly podcast series hosted by the Philosophy Podcast.
Each month, Taylor and Taylor invite a guest from their area of expertise to talk about a particular area of philosophy.
Topics range from psychology to philosophy of religion to philosophy and psychology.
Philologist podcasts are interesting because they focus on the philosophical and practical aspects of philosophy rather than the academic aspects of it.
In this sense, the podcasts are less academic than most other podcasts, but still very interesting for the listener.
Philological podcasts are great for students and other learners interested in becoming better at what they do.
They help listeners discover the core concepts and apply them in their daily lives, so they can better understand the world around them.
You can read more about the philosophy podcasting trend in our interview with Brian Williams, the co-founder of the Philosophy podcast.
Phillogia is a weekly podcast series that brings together a panel of experts to discuss the philosophy, ethics and science of philosophy in a relaxed, friendly environment.
Philologies is also a great place to learn about the philosophical world outside of the field of philosophy, and for those who might want to explore a particular topic without feeling overwhelmed.
Philophologies is available in podcast form on iTunes, Google Play, and other audio streaming platforms.
Philopoetics is a popular podcast series, but it also offers a wide range of other podcasts.
It is the largest philosophy podcast on iTunes.
The podcasts are available in two forms: the podcast form (podcast.philopoetic.com) and the audio format (philopoeias.podomatic.com).
Philologists, philosophers, and philosophers of science are a growing segment of the population, and they are well represented in the field.
In order to stay informed about these and related disciplines, we created a new podcast, The Philosophy Pod, which provides listeners with an overview of these areas of philosophy through interviews and short video clips.
PhilPod is a new philosophy podcast that offers listeners a comprehensive overview of the philosophical worldview of the sciences and a