Philosophy Talk | 168: Philosophy and Pop Culture

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168: Philosophy and Pop Culture

by Philosophy Talk

In what ways can pop culture express deep truths, political or otherwise?
Genre: Spoken Word: Educational
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From Star Trek and the Grateful Dead to South Park and Stephen Colbert, philosophical questions are everywhere in popular culture: Is time travel possible? Can a person survive being disintegrated and reassembled? Does humor enable the expression of deep truths, political or otherwise? John and Ken look at the Big Questions in pop culture with Richard Hanley from the University of Delaware, author of South Park and Philosophy. This program was recorded before a live audience at the University of Delaware in Newark, DE.



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