New: Conversations at the Center


The Center for Philosophy of Science at the University of Pittsburgh has launched a new podcast, “Conversations at the Center.”

The aim of the podcast is to share the work of philosophers of science with a broader academic audience, and will feature discussions with faculty at Pitt as well as visiting fellows and guests of the Center:

The mission of the Center for Philosophy of Science is to foster the development of the best, new work in philosophy of science. In so far as the flourishing of philosophy of science internationally will generate more of the best work in philosophy of science, The Center seeks to propagate an understanding of the methods and achievements of this work to a broader academic audience.

The podcast is available on Spotify and YouTube.

The first episode features Edouard Machery, director of the Center, and senior visiting fellow Arnon Levy (Hebrew University), discussing science and values, in light of an upcoming conference at the Center.

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neal
neal
3 months ago

Hmmm… I haven’t been able to find an RSS feed for this podcast. Is this a “Spotify/YouTune Exclusive” podcast, or has anyone else been able to find an RSS feed so that folks can subscribe in other apps?

Nicolas Delon
Nicolas Delon
Reply to  neal
3 months ago

Seconded. I’d really like to follow but don’t keep track of podcasts on Spotify or YouTube and like to have them all consolidated in one place.

Center for PhilSci
Center for PhilSci
Reply to  neal
3 months ago

Hi Neal! Thanks for your interest in our Podcast! Here’s our RSS feed https://anchor.fm/s/f3c6eb18/podcast/rss let us know if you run into any issues!

neal
neal
Reply to  Center for PhilSci
3 months ago

Thanks a bunch. I just enjoyed the first episode after downloading it to Pocket Casts (other podcast players are available).