Philosophy lectures, discussion, talks; videos and audio
A collection of philosophy lectures and podcasts by philosophers on a wide range of philosophical subjects.
Intelligence Squared is a world forum for debate and intelligent discussion. Live and online, they take you to the heart of the issues that matter, in the company of some of the world’s sharpest minds and most exciting orators.
Open Culture free philosophy courses online.
Online philosophy lectures from Oxford University, Cambridge University, The University of Chicago, Stanford University and many others.
European Graduate School videos on YouTube
The European Graduate School (EGS) Media and Communications Studies program, facilitating creative breakthroughs and theoretical paradigm shifts, brings together master’s and doctoral students with the visionaries and philosophers of the media world who inspire learning about art, philosophy, communications, film, literature, internet, web and cyberspace studies from a cross-disciplinary perspective.
Philosophy and Cosmology. Universities of Oxford and Cambridge
In a new partnership between Oxford and Cambridge, researchers in physics and philosophy Simon Saunders, Joe Silk, and David Wallace at Oxford University, and John Barrow and Jeremy Butterfield at Cambridge, join researchers at a cluster of US universities including Columbia University, Yale University, and New York University, to establish the field of philosophy of cosmology as a new branch of philosophy of physics.
European Graduate School
Established in the Swiss mountains in 1994 by a non-profit foundation, The European Graduate School / EGS comprises two divisions: Arts, Health & Society (AHS) and Philosophy, Art & Critical Thought (PACT). The AHS Division, founded by Paolo Knill, centers on the expressive arts, specifically addressing coaching, therapy, education, conflict transformation, and peacebuilding. Founded by Wolfgang Schirmacher, the PACT Division (formerly Media & Communication) addresses, as its title suggests, philosophy, art, and critical thought, and within those fields, architecture, film, literature, digital design, music, psychoanalysis, and political thought.
Academic podcasts, an archive.
The Nexus Institute
The Nexus Institute brings together the world’s foremost intellectuals, artists and politicians, and has them think and talk about the questions that really matter. How are we to live? How can we shape our future? Can we learn from our past? Which values and ideas are important, and what are their premises?
In doing so, the Nexus Institute places itself at the centre of the Western cultural and philosophical debate. In the best European humanist tradition, its annual Conferences and Lectures, open to all and visited by over a thousand people, have become a platform for informed intellectual debate on pressing contemporary issues. The same spirit of tolerance and erudition is upheld in the Nexus Symposia, Masterclasses and publications.
St Johns Timeline
To be informed and inspired by academic specialists in Philosophy or Theology often means traveling to conferences and seminars at leading universities throughout the World. What would it be like if someone did all that for you? Using contemporary green screen technology and computer editing, dozens of richly illustrated presentations from leading academics have been compiled, so that you can access them on your tablet or laptop.