Philosophy on the Radio

You’re all probably way ahead of me on this, but there’s a series called The Philosopher’s Arms currently enjoying a run on Radio 4.  The premise of the programme is that philosophical questions are discussed in the context of a conversation in the pub – which has, of course, been the traditional haunt of philosophers ever since Plato and his mates went out on the razz and decided to publish the transcripts of what was said.

The Practical Ethics blog currently has a survey running on Nozick’s experience machine thought-experiment.  Go and have a look.  Better yet, pour yourself another drink, and then go and have a look.