Tagged: Religion


Episode 59: Philosophy of Religion – The Cosmological Aargument

Today, Norm continues the Philosophy of Religion series with a look at the Cosmological Argument. What is an uncaused cause? Why is Chalmer opening doors? Can an infinite regress be avoided? This episode just popped into existence in Norm’s Conceptual Corner.


Episode 58: Divine Knowledge & Freewill

Things get weird for this Philosophy of Religion episode when Norm leads a discussion to answer what is God? Superheroes are mentioned. Large stones are created. And the problem of free will is determined. You may have no choice but to listen to this edition of Norm’s Conceptual Corner. References and Resources Additional download and […]


René Descartes
Episode 57: The Ontological Argument

Today Norm delves into one of the more bizarre arguments for God’s existence. Who is your favorite superhero? What are the properties of God? And what is the perfect pizza? This podcast exists in Norm’s Conceptual Corner. References and Resources Additional download and listening options can be found at www.archve.org


Aristotle
Episode 56: Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion

Today Norm charts a course for a new series, Philosophy of Religion. Should it even exist? What is it not? And what areas will we be exploring in this new course series? We’re sorry you feel that way in this edition of Norm’s Conceptual Corner. References and Resources Additional download and listening options can be […]


Mile High Sanity Project
Episode 55: The Neuroscience of ISIS

Today Chalmer welcomes special guest Morgan Levy for a discussion on the neuroscience of ISIS. Are Muslims fundamentally different from other people? Are all religions fundamentally the same? And, can you make any movie you want? Power up your frontal lobes with this edition of Alternatives to Thought. References and Resources Additional download and listening […]


Divine Command Theory
Episode 7: Divine Command Theory

Your hosts bring in reinforcements to tackle a divine view on morality. God said it, people believe it, and we’re questioning it. Does this week’s moral theory stand a prayer’s chance? What’s wrong with saying God is good? And can he draw a square triangle? Join us as we spin our wheels trying to explain Divine Command Theory in this holy edition of Norm’s Conceptual Corner, with special guest Joel Guttormson!