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20570178 No.20570178 [Reply] [Original]

Thoughts on this podcast? Are they a good introduction for a pleb like me into philosophy? So far I’ve only watched their youtube videos and they’re a little cringe but he does a good job at explaining the bare topics and visualizing them. Unfortunately I am a zoomer which means I’m borderline illiterate and have to learn philosophy through accessible means before picking up a book and reading it. :P

>> No.20570331

Hermitix is the only good philosophy podcast.

>> No.20570491

plastic pills is actually pretty good imo, for the most part they cover critical theory, which is often critical of earlier philosophical thought. id recommend michael sugrue on youtube for getting a broad idea of the earlier philosophers that led to 19th century philosophy if you find plastic pills interesting

>> No.20570494

Listening to podcasts is unironically for low-T losers with recessed chins

>> No.20570502

Pretty good, he's a specific breed but he conveys the material well and accessibly. I'd probably just stick with his videos on the main channel

>> No.20570660

history of philosophy without any gaps is what you're looking for

>> No.20571242

Well I definitely have low-T, so this checks out!

>> No.20571253

Thank you for the recs. I’m pretty slow and dumb so I’ll have to rely on commentaries and explanations on philosophy for now before investing in some books.

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