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philosophy for the now

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philosophy for the now

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The Meaning of Linguistics (Part Two)

The Meaning of Linguistics (Part Two)

The episode is about linguistics, from the research of Professor Newmeyer, a world-leading scholar on linguistics, and will look at the evolutionary origin of language; ‘The Politics of Linguistics’ (1986); ‘Autonomous linguistics’; how linguistics applies to understanding across cultural and sociological divides and how linguistic forms and grammatical features affect our thinking and conceptualisation.

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The Meaning of Linguistics (Part One)

The Meaning of Linguistics (Part One)

Professor Frederick J Newmeyer join’s Ed Conroy to discuss the origins and development of human linguistics, as well as the political and cultural relevance of dialect and languages. Continue Reading

The Meaning of Peace & Pacifism (Part Two)

The Meaning of Peace & Pacifism (Part Two)

In this episode, Ed Conroy speaks with Professor Andrew Fiala, a leading Philosopher, on the subjects of Peace, Pacifism, Terrorism, War, Evil, Nation States, Just War Theory. As well as taking listener questions and 5 out of 10 Questions from the Questionnaire. ACast Embedded Player Continue Reading

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