ThePhilosophersNest Posted April 12, 2022 Share Posted April 12, 2022 (edited) Hi all! I wanted to let you know about our new podcast aimed at graduate and prospective graduate philosophy students: The Philosopher's Nest. Each 20-minute episode of The Philosopher's Nest gives a different graduate student a platform to talk about their research, as well as their experiences and insights into the discipline of philosophy as it's practised today. Our latest episode features Virginie Simoneau-Gilbert, a DPhil student in Philosophy at the University of Oxford. We discuss Virginie's research on the moral agency of non-human animals, her experiences applying for a Rhodes Scholarship, and her advice on producing public philosophy. If you'd like to give our podcast a listen, we've included some links to our most recent episode below. And, if you're a graduate student who might like to feature on an episode, we'd love to hear from you: you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Spotify Apple Podcasts Main Website Edited April 12, 2022 by ThePhilosophersNest Inserting hyperlinks Marcus_Aurelius and yjding 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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