Episode 17, Phillip McReynolds

Here’s the latest episode of the podcast:

This month, I interview Phillip McReynolds. Phillip teaches philosophy at Penn State University and makes web videos about philosophy and such. In this episode, we discuss questions arising from his documentary, American Philosopher, such as: What is distinctly American about American philosophy? What is pragmatism? Is there progress in philosophy? And what does the professionalization of philosophy mean for the future of American philosophy? I hope you enjoy the episode.

Don’t forget to look up Phillip’s YouTube channel and follow him on Twitter.

P.S. I apologize for the audio glitches on Phillip’s voice track. I removed many of them in post-production, but I couldn’t remove them all without further compromising the audio quality. I hope they aren’t too distracting.

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