Philosophy Video Collection

Editor: INTELECOM Intelligent Telecommunications
Publication Year: 2012
Publisher: INTELECOM Learning

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ISBN: 978-1-58370-116-4
Category: Philosophy
Video Count: 338
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Videos discuss major areas of Philosophy, such as existentialism, consciousness, and morality.

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Table of Contents

    List of Videos
  • Plato's Myth of the Cave; Its Relevance Today
  • Lure of Philosophy, The
  • Relationship of Philosophy to Other Fields of Thought
  • Socrates and His Method
  • Socrates on Trial
  • Plato's View of Human Nature
  • Traditional Greek View of Human Nature, The
  • Judao-Christian Tradition: Human Superiority Over Animals, The
  • Judao-Christian Tradition: Free Will, The
  • St. Thomas Aquinas and Human Nature
  • Critics of Greek and Christian Views of Human Nature
  • Biology's Challenge to Traditional Western View of Human Nature
  • How Language Makes Human Life Distinctive
  • Existentialism and Human Nature
  • Renes Descartes, a Solitary Thinker
  • Renes Descartes and the Mind-Body Problem
  • Hobbesian Materialism and the Mind
  • Gilbert Ryle and Logical Behaviorism
  • Testing Computers against the Human Mind
  • Distinctions Between Computers and the Human Mind
  • Reductionists' Accounts of Mental Activity
  • Reductionism and Consciousness
  • Is There an Enduring Self?
  • Identity and Culture
  • Basic Nature of Reality, The
  • Materialist's View of Reality, The
  • Idealist's View of Reality,The
  • Arguments Against Metaphysical Speculation
  • Realists' Side of the Debate with Anti-realists, The
  • Anti-realists' Thesis
  • Comparitive Realities of Children and Adults
  • Reality as a Social Construction
  • Breaking Through: Finding One's Own Reality
  • Phenomenology
  • Question of Free Will, The
  • Libertarian Perspective on Free Will
  • Theory of Determinism, The
  • Determinism in Relation to Freedom and Desires
  • Existential View. The
  • Compatibilist View. The
  • Moral Responsibility and Free Will
  • If Determinism were True...
  • Origins and Functions of Time
  • Paradox of Time
  • Contrasting Perspectives on Time
  • Time as an Inner Sense
  • Scientific Theories of Time: Isaac Newton
  • Scientific Theories of Time: Albert Einstein
  • Would Newton and Einstein Have Agreed?
  • Time and Human Consciousness
  • St. Anselm's Ontological Proof of God's Existence
  • Cosmological Proof for God's Existence by St. Thomas Aquinas
  • Does the Big Bang Prove or Disprove the Existence of God?
  • William Paley and the Design Proof
  • God's Existence and Darwinian Evolution
  • Problem of Evil and God's Existence, The
  • Belief in God - a Panacea or Moral Obligation
  • Sense of the Sacred, A
  • Religious Experiences and Their Recurrent Features
  • Religious Experiences Reflect Cultural Differences and Traditions
  • Extrovertive and Introvertive Mystical Experiences
  • Divine Experience or Illusion?
  • Brain and Religious Experiences, The
  • Principle of Credulity
  • Will to Believe, The
  • Matter of Faith, A
  • Reason, the Source of Knowledge
  • Necessary Truths
  • Religious Conviction of Rationalists
  • Theory of Innate Ideas, The
  • Meno: Platonic Proof of Innate Ideas, The
  • Descartes' Corpuscular Theory
  • Locke and Leibniz Debate Theory of Innate Ideas
  • Sentiment of Rationality
  • John Locke's Empiricism and Its Troublesome Gap
  • Berkeley's Solution to Locke's Gap
  • Hume and the Necessity of Experience
  • Hume and Causal Relationships
  • Existence of an External Word - Real or Imagined?, The
  • Empiricism's Alliance with the Natural Sciences
  • W.V.O. Quine and Contemporary Empiricism
  • Does the Mind Shape the World?
  • Sir Francis Bacon, Spokesperson for the Scientific Revolution
  • Bacon's Method of Scientific Induction
  • How Science Really Worked in the 17th-19th Centuries
  • Popper's 20th-century View of How Science Works
  • Popper's Criterion of Falsifiability
  • Thomas Kuhn's Paradigms
  • Kuhn's Challenge to the Cumulative Progression of Science
  • Is There a Scientific Method?
  • Correspondence Theory of Truth and Scientific Realism, The
  • Coherence Theory of Truth, The
  • Conflict Between Consensus Theories of Truth and Popper's Scientific Realism
  • Conceptual Relativism
  • Pragmatism Theory of Truth, The
  • Instrumental Side of Pragmatism, The
  • Quantum Mechanics Challenge to Theories of Truth: Bohr and the Instrumentalist View
  • Quantum Mechanics Challenge to Theories of Truth: Einstein and the Realist View
  • Single Truth?, A
  • Hermeneutics
  • Is Morality Relative?
  • Does The End Justify The Means?
  • Kantian Ethics
  • Character-based Ethics
  • Virtue Ethics--A Learned Skill
  • Using Virtue Ethics in Complex Situations
  • Virtue Ethics and Modern Psychology
  • Importance of Character and Narrative in Virtue Ethics
  • Criticisms and Concerns about Virtue Ethics
  • How to Address Ethical Issues
  • Moral Dilemmas - Can Ethics Help?
  • Social Contract Theory
  • Right to Dissent, The
  • John Rawl's Theory of Justice
  • Communitarian Ideal: Aristotle, The
  • Communitarian Ideal: Hegel, The
  • Communitarian Ideal: Nurturing Community Values, The
  • Issues That Separate Liberals and Communitarians
  • Call for Reasoned Public Debate, A
  • What is Justice?
  • What Is Art?
  • What is the Meaning of Life?
  • Human Beings: Description and Origins
  • Replication
  • Reason, Reflection and Language
  • Minds and Matter
  • Darwin's Dangerous Idea
  • Natural Selection and Differential Reproduction
  • Natural Selection and Distant Ancestors
  • Charles Darwin and the Problem of Continuity
  • Socrates, Darwin and the Essence of Things
  • Humans As Rational Animals
  • Are Humans Unique?
  • Design and Natural Selection
  • God, Design, and Cosmology
  • The Past, The Future, and the Human Mind
  • Computers, Consciousness and the Brain
  • The Self: Who We Are
  • The Enduring Self
  • Character
  • The Social Role in the Self
  • The Soul
  • Memes
  • Free Will: Why Do We Do What We Do
  • Free Will and Reason
  • Elbow Room
  • Socrates and Plato on Knowledge
  • Aristotle on Knowledge
  • Inner Self and External World
  • Heidegger and Kierkegaard
  • Kierkegaard and the Infinite
  • Kierkegaard: The Temporal and the Eternal
  • How Do We Encounter Reality?
  • Merleau-Ponty and the Intentional Arc
  • Meaning in Life: From Heidegger to Dostoyevsky
  • Getting in Contact with Reality
  • Being and Nothingness: Jean Paul Sartre
  • Human Nature: From Ancient Times to Pascal
  • Human Nature: From Kierkegaard to Sartre
  • Darwin and Human Nature
  • Science and Human Life
  • The Scientific View of Human Nature
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Artificial Intelligence: The Common Sense Problem
  • Nietzsche and the Death of God
  • Philosophy Over Time
  • How Old Is The Mind? (Part 1)
  • How Old Is The Mind? (Part 2)
  • Functionalism
  • Turning Away From Functionalism
  • Turing Test, The: Is it Valid?
  • The Nature of the Mind
  • Perception
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Mind
  • Dualist or Pluralist?
  • Is the Real World Independent of Our Minds? (Part 1)
  • Is the Real World Independent of Our Minds? (Part 2)
  • Is the Real World Independent of Our Minds? (Part 3)
  • Unconceptualized Reality
  • The Role of Language
  • Scientific Realism
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Scientific Theories and Realism
  • Theories of Truth
  • Is Truth an Idealization of Rational Acceptability?
  • Brain in a Vat (Part 1)
  • Brain in a Vat (Part 2)
  • Connecting Different Fields of Philosophy
  • The Role of Philosophers
  • Philosophy and Science
  • Ontology
  • Observation Sentences
  • Ontological Relativity
  • Language, Meaning and Truth
  • Truth
  • Behaviorism
  • How A Child Learns Language (Part 1)
  • How A Child Learns Language (Part 2)
  • Philosophy: An Overview
  • The Mind-Body Problem
  • The Rediscovery of the Mind
  • Behaviorism, Identity Theory and Functionalism
  • The Turing Test
  • Computer Simulations
  • Chess: Humans vs. Computers
  • The Brain
  • The Irreducibility of Consciousness
  • The Mind and the Body
  • The Realism vs. Anti-Realism Debate (Part 1)
  • The Realism vs. Anti-Realism Debate (Part 2)
  • Social Reality
  • The Chinese Room Argument
  • The Correspondence Theory of Truth
  • Coherence Theory
  • The Darwinian Revolution
  • Wittgenstein, Language and Philosophy
  • Language and Religion
  • The Justification of the State
  • The Power of the State
  • Consciousness
  • Chomsky and Language
  • Intentionality
  • Freedom and Free Will
  • Pragmatism, Language and Reality
  • Is There One Truth?
  • Language, Truth and Happiness
  • Ancient Philosophers
  • Aristotle and Social Democracy
  • Aristotle and Social Justice
  • John Rawls: Misunderstandings and Misrepresentations
  • Justice: From Aristotle to Rawls
  • Global Justice
  • Institutional Justice
  • Utilitarianism (Part One)
  • Utilitarianism (Part Two)
  • Human Flourishing
  • Bentham, Mill and Human Flourishing
  • Virtue Ethics
  • Aristotle and Ancient Ethics
  • Developing Ethics From Childhood
  • Feminist Ethics
  • History of Virtue Ethics
  • Greed
  • Individual and the Community, The
  • Ancient Views of the Self
  • Aristotle on Man as a Social and Political Animal
  • Good Life, The
  • Philosophy, Justice, and the Meaning of Life
  • Ancient Philosophers and the Meaning of Life
  • Feminist Theories and the Meaning of Life
  • Changes in Our Conception of Human Nature (Part One)
  • Changes in Our Conception of Human Nature (Part Two)
  • Sir Francis Bacon And The Case For Curiosity
  • Scientific Method: From Bacon to Popper, The
  • Karl Popper and Falsification
  • Theoreticians and Experimenters
  • Thomas Kuhn
  • Thomas Kuhn: His Core Ideas
  • Feyerabend and Kuhn
  • Scientific Truth
  • Empiricism and Rationalism
  • Innate Ideas and Mathematical Proof
  • Innate Ideas: Plato and the Meno
  • Experience and Innate Ideas
  • Memory and the Soul
  • Locke and the Self
  • Making Up People
  • Classifying and Conceptualizing Human Life
  • Encountering External Reality
  • Kant and the Distinction Between Scheme and Reality
  • Meaning of Life, The
  • Philosophy: Argument, Questions and Ideas
  • Rationalism
  • Descartes and the Greeks (Part One)
  • Descartes and the Greeks (Part Two)
  • Descartes and the Greeks (Part 3)
  • Plato, Artistotle and Scientific Theory
  • Scientific Theory
  • Scientific Method, The
  • Coherence in the Sciences
  • Mind and the World (Part One), The
  • Mind and the World (Part Two), The
  • Language and the Limits of Reason
  • Wittgenstein and Meaningful Language
  • Philosophical Theology
  • Skepticism
  • Mathematics and Change
  • Fatalism (Part One)
  • Fatalism (Part Two)
  • History of Scientific Ideas, The
  • Science and Myths
  • Aristotle and Ethics
  • Philosophy of Ethics (Part One), The
  • Philosophy of Ethics (Part Two), The
  • Time and Cosmology
  • The Discovery of Time
  • Liberalism and the Self
  • Encumbered Self, The
  • Moral Issues and the Self
  • Liberal and Communitarian Theories of Government
  • What Justifies the Power of the State? (Part One)
  • What Justifies the Power of the State? (Part Two)
  • Republicanism: Aristotle and Hegel
  • Interpreting the Bill of Rights
  • Republicanism and Freedom
  • Physician-Assisted Suicide
  • Abortion Rights and Slavery
  • Moral Pluralism
  • Philosophy: In Search of a Definition
  • Self and Unconditional Value, The
  • Self in Historical Context (Part One), The
  • Self in Historical Context (Part Two), The
  • Self in Historical Context (Part Three), The
  • Reductive Theories of the Self
  • Modern Dualism
  • Community and Individual Identity, The
  • Recognition in the Formation of Self
  • Significant Others
  • Cultural Identity
  • Minority Rights, Cultural Survival and the Self
  • Aristotle on the State
  • Knowledge
  • Hegel and the Goals of Life
  • "What is Philosophy?"
  • "What is Human Nature?"
  • "Is Mind Distinct from Body?"
  • What is Real?
  • Do We Have Free Will?
  • Is Time Real?
  • "Does God Exist?"
  • "Can We Know God Through Experience?"
  • Is Reason the Source of Knowledge?
  • "Does All Knowledge Come from Experience?"
  • "How Does Science Add to Knowledge?"
  • "Does Science Give Us Truth?"
  • "Is Ethics Based on Character?"
  • "What Justifies the State?"