Devon Strolovitch

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Recent Pieces from Devon Strolovitch

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190407: More Than Pun and Games, 4/9/2019 (53:57)
From: Philosophy Talk

How did the humble pun revolutionize language, change history, and make wordplay more than just some antics?
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190317: Philosophy of Sleep, 3/19/2019 (53:57)
From: Philosophy Talk

If there was a pill that gave you all the benefits of sleep without you ever having to go to sleep again, would you take it?
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190331: The Radical Democracy Movement, 4/2/2019 (53:57)
From: Philosophy Talk

How cam we create a democracy that doesn't end up oppressing minorities and dissenters?
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190324: The Mystery of Music, 3/26/2019 (53:58)
From: Philosophy Talk

What does it mean to have good (or bad) taste in music?
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2019-03-17 Philosophy of Sleep (53:59)
From: Philosophy Talk

If there was a pill that gave you all the benefits of sleep without you ever having to go to sleep again, would you take it?
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2019-03-10 Immigration and Multiculturalism (53:58)
From: Philosophy Talk

Should ethnic or cultural identity ever be considered in any country’s immigration policy?
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190312: Immigration and Multiculturalism, 3/12/2019 (53:57)
From: Philosophy Talk

Whether for economic reasons or to flee violence and persecution, immigration rates continue to climb globally. At the same time, opposition to immigration and intolerance of ...
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190305: Altered States, 3/5/2019 (53:57)
From: Philosophy Talk

Aldous Huxley explains his conception of the brain as a "reducing valve" of consciousness in his provocative book, The Doors of Perception. His famous experiment with the ...
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2019-03-03 Altered States (53:59)
From: Philosophy Talk

Can mind-altering drugs expand our consciousness and provide meaningful insight, or are they nothing more than a route to empty delirium?
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2019-02-24 The Philanthropy Trap (53:58)
From: Philosophy Talk

What happens when philanthropy by the wealthy becomes a substitute for democratically-controlled government action?