Conversations from the Pale Blue Dot

I want to recommend Luke Muelhauser’s Conversations from the Pale Blue Dot [iTunes] podcast on philosophy of religion and metaethics. The podcast does not always have the best sound quality, and Luke occasionally makes rookie mistakes like forgetting to turn off the intro music track, but he is a good interviewer, his discussions are deeper than most others I have heard in this medium, and his guest list is impressive, including such heavyweights as Graham Oppy, Wes Morriston, Evan Fales, Nick Trakakis, Erik Wielenberg, Andrew Melnyk, and our very own Taner Edis.

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04642844040316655605 thompjs

    I loved the joke about the Baptist "Jumper". I remember hearing a discussion awhile back about how divisive religion is, and I was sort of surprised by it at first.

    That joke really explains it well.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04642844040316655605 thompjs

    oops, weird thing with my browser.

    Luke does interview theists as well.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16008018444588788392 Mark Vuletic

    Luke interviews many theists, as he well should, considering that contemporary philosophy of religion is dominated by theists. In fact, Wes Morriston and Nick Trakakis, two of the luminaries on my list above, are both theists, though one might be surprised to learn that.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09925591703967774000 Dianelos Georgoudis

    I'd like to second Mark's recommendation about "Conversations from the Pale Blue Dot". As it happens right now I am listening while driving to a CD full of Luke Muelhauser's podecasts.


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