“Is There an END to History” by 8-Bit Philosophy
The latest from 8-Bit Philosophy on the work of Soren Kierkegaard.
Alain Badiou and Joe Litvak perform a scene from “Ahmed the Philosopher” about a curmudgeonly French demon who takes joy in informing for the police.
It’s not the philosophy song we need, it’s the philosophy song we deserve.
Entitled “Do We Enjoy Being Free?” this episode discusses Sartre’s work on free will and bad faith. For Sartre, we often try to negate our own free will by relegating decisions to outside forces beyond our control.
This video, featuring Judith Butler, was filmed at Cooper Union in NYC for the 2014 PEN World Voices Festival in April.
The Thug Notes guide to Albert Camus’ “The Stranger.”
Can we trust our own sensory perceptions? How can we be certain of anything in a world where our minds are constantly lying to us?
The Onion: Business Week ranked the airport last in customer satisfaction due to long delays, bureaucratic employees, and overall oppressive atmosphere.
In this video, new wave French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard narrates an excerpt from Hannah Arendt’ essay “On the Nature of Totalitarianism: An Essay in Understanding.”