The guys over at The Partially Examined Life philosophy podcast got in touch with me earlier this month and invited me to come on their show to talk about philosophy of mind. Having listened to their show quite a lot in the past, I was chuffed with the invite. I told them I’d loved to do it and I was really looking forward to talking with them.
The topic of the episode is ‘The Hard Problem and The Harder Problem’. In this episode (or two, depending on the recording) we’re going to be looking at three papers:
- Chalmers (2002) Consciousness and its Place in Nature.
- Block (2002) The Harder Problem of Consciousness.
- Papineau (2003) Could There be a Science of Consciousness?
We’ll be recording the episode on Sunday the 19th of May, so hopefully it will be out shortly after that.
The Episode is part of their mini-series in philosophy of mind, which culminates with an interview with Ned Block on the recent editorial looking at his work: Blockheads!