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When science meets philosophy | Philip Goff, Julian Baggini, Peter Atkins, Güneş Taylor
Philosophy For Our Times
Cultivating virtue - A christian and atheist perspective. Dominic Done and Julian Baggini
Dominic Done is the author of the book 'Your Longing Has A Name' in which he explores the seven virtues listed in 2 Peter 1:5-7 - Goodness, knowledge, self-control, perseverance, Godliness, mutual affection and love. He engages with atheist philosopher Julian Baggini, author of 'The Godless Gospel', on the differences between a Christian and secular approach to developing character. For Dominic Done: https://www.pursuingfaith.org/your-longing-has-a-name For Julian Baggini: https://www.julianbaggini.com/ • For conference & live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • More podcasts, free eBook & newsletter: https://premierunbelievable.com • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://my.premier.org.uk/donate/donate-unbelievable-2022 • Get our 'Confident Christianity' course: http://www.premier.org.uk/course • Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PremierUnbelievable
In his latest book, The Great Guide: What David Hume Can Teach Us about Being Human and Living Well, published by Princeton University Press last year, eminent philosopher, Dr. Julian Baggini, offers an insightful account of Hume’s philosophy and his persona. He argues Hume was an original thinker who, unlike others of his ilk, did not allow his prodigious scholarship to obscure his humanism. Dr. Baggini posits that not only was Hume a first-rate philosopher, he was also an unparalleled exemplar of the good life. Far from being a stodgy sophist, Hume was a bon vivant. He loved company, good food,spirits, and friendly banter.
In this enthralling book, Julian Baggini masterfully interweaves biography with intellectual history and philosophy to give us a complete vision of 18th century Scottish philosopher David Hume’s guide to life. He follows Hume on his life’s journey, literally walking in the great philosopher’s footsteps as Baggini takes readers to the places that inspired Hume the most, from his family estate near the Scottish border to Paris, where, as an older man, he was warmly embraced by French society. Baggini shows how Hume put his philosophy into practice in a life that blended reason and passion, study and leisure, and relaxation and enjoyment. (Princeton University Press) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Julian Baggini | The Great Guide: What David Hume Can Teach Us About Being Human and Living Well
In Search of Wisdom
In this episode, I speak to Julian Baggini the author of The Great Guide: What David Hume Can Teach Us on Being Human and Living Well and How the World Thinks: A Global History of Philosophy. Julian is a philosopher, writer, and author of more than 20 books covering a wide range of topics. In the conversation, Julian and I discuss:What we can learn from David HumeHow to be open mindedThe limits of human understandingThe wisdom of experiencePerception of mind and much moreConnect with Julian Baggini:Homepage: julianbaggini.com/Twitter: twitter.com/JulianBagginiInstagram: instagram.com/julianbaggini/Follow In Search of Wisdom:Twitter: twitter.com/searchofwisdomInstagram: instagram.com/searchofwisdompodcastSign-up for The PATH our free newsletter (short reflections on wisdom).
Julian Baggini: What David Hume Can Teach Us about Being Human and Living Well | STM Podcast #97
Seize The Moment Podcast
On episode 97, Leon chats with philosopher Julian Baggini about the philosophy and wisdom of David Hume, focusing on why he believed we could accept knowing things without knowing their foundations, the natural limitations of reason and need for intellectual humility, the importance of understanding human nature in order to form a coherent system of ethics, the incoherence of the concept of free-will and how we can maintain a sense of agency even if our choices are causally determined, the complexity and inherent contradictions of human personalities, why the rational and emotional aspects of our minds are systems that need and check one another, and Hume's psychological perceptions, which were later supported by modern scientific research. Julian Baggini - ► Website | https://www.julianbaggini.com/ ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/JulianBaggini ► Books | https://press.princeton.edu/books/hardcover/9780691205434/the-great-guide Where you can find us: | Seize The Moment Podcast | ► Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/SeizeTheMoment ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/seize_podcast ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/seizethemoment
PLEASE MOVE Let's Talk About How the World Thinks! With Julian Baggini
Meet the Macs
An Intellectual Johnny AppleseedJulian Baggini is no musician, he’s a philosopher, a journalist and writer (The Godless Gospel, Babette’s Feast, How the World Thinks, A Short History of Truth…). But he knows how to make music. It’s about awareness of otherness, he says, attention to underlying unity. Spin the knobs, adjust your value sets, create more tolerance, nothing is completely alien. Julian’s ideas resonate across domains and make for captivating conversation. Sharing small thoughts about big things and big thoughts about small things, our conversation touched on ballet, the NHS, comparative philosophy, jazz and, oh yes – leadership and ethics.Along the way, we discuss what Covid has exposed in individuals and society. Our culture, for example, hasn’t equipped us for transience. And the myth of self-sufficiency has blinded us to how the individual and the collective intertwine. Cutting yourself off makes you less creative; it’s precisely collaboration that allows for the expression of individuality. You never really piss in just your end of the pool.Julian mentions the embarrassment of non-awareness - that there’s more than one way to be intellectual and rational. The history of western thought is NOT the history of thought, he emphasizes. The attempt to understand the world by applying reason, without religion or mythology, has been underway for centuries, everywhere. And while admitting that philosophy is a luxury – requiring time to think – this generous intellectual Johnny Appleseed forged ahead, scattering seeds of thought everywhere along the way. I wish we could have elaborated on his view of universal basic income. Join us. Stay tuned!About Julian Baggini:www.julianbaggini.comIf you like to know more about Fief Macrander and her Leadership Programs:www.Fiefmacrander.firstname.lastname@example.org
When Belief Dies #44 - 'A Humility to Life' with Julian Baggini
When Belief Dies
The video version of this conversation can be found here. Sam is joined by Julian Baggini. Julian is a British philosopher, journalist and author of over 20 books about philosophy written for a general audience. In this episode, we talk about philosophy, Christianity, purpose, value, death and depression. You can find/follow Julian here: Website Twitter We hope you enjoy our show. When Belief Dies aims to honestly reflect on faith, religion and life. We blog and podcast. Your support on Patreon enables us to cover the costs of running this show and look to the future to make things even better as we build upon what we already have in the works. Please take a look and consider giving. Alternatively, you can support the show with a one-off gift via PayPal. Use this link to navigate to the website, to find us on social media and anywhere else we might be present online. #Podcast #Deconstruction #God #Agnostic #Christian #Atheism #Apologetics #Audio #Question #Exvangelical #Deconversion #SecularGrace #Exchristian