Episode: Paul Sagar on Scepticism about Philosophy


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Paul Sagar on Scepticism about Philosophy

Throughout its history there have been challenges to the status of philosophy. Paul Sagar discusses some of these in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.

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