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Gregory B. Sadler
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a philosopher by training, trade, and inclination - president of ReasonIO - I make philosophy accessible to everyone, anywhere
a philosopher by training, trade, and inclination - president of ReasonIO - I make philosophy accessible to everyone, anywhere

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In these paragraphs, Hegel leads us to what he calls "the completion of the moral view of the world". . . .

https://youtu.be/3c3SSoRWqNI
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If you missed the live broadcast, and want to listen to me and the Skrauss engaged in conversation about Philip K. Dick, his ideas, and his stories. . . and a lot of other stuff as well. . . here's the recording!

https://soundcloud.com/user-240416425/image-for-hire-2018-08-14
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Coming up later on today - 4 PM Central Time - our monthly online Hegel Q&A and discussion session!
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Here's another core concept video on a dynamic Pascal examines in the Pensées - how and why we blind ourselves to the truth about ourselves, and what the consequences of that are. . . .

https://www.patreon.com/posts/20755992
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Here is the last of the podcast episodes in the series on Kierkegaard's Fear and Trembling (for the time being - I'll create more later in the Fall.

Next, I'll be releasing a set of podcast lectures on Cicero's very short work, Stoic Paradoxes - episodes edited by my son while he was here over summer vacation!

https://www.patreon.com/posts/20736106

#podcast #philosophy #faith #emotion
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Arendt is definitely a thinker worth reading at any time, but particularly in the present. Here's a good piece providing some overview of her contemporary relevance.

I'll be teaching bits of her work myself this semester in my Philosophical Foundations and my Philosophy of Human Nature courses

https://www.opendemocracy.net/can-europe-make-it/ashoka-amody/recovering-human-dignity-richard-bernstein-on-relevance-of-hannah-ar
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Here's the recording from the talk on John Locke last week - session #11 in the Philosophers in the Midst of History quarterly series (now in its third year!)

https://www.patreon.com/posts/20713858

#locke #history #philosophy #religion #toleration
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