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In this episode, my guest is Scott Hershovitz, the author of Nasty, Brutish, and Short: Adventures in Philosophy with My Kids. Scott is the Thomas G. and Mabel Long Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan. As you’ll hear in the episode, Scott has a deep passion for philosophy. You can learn more about his work at scotthershovitz.com.
In the conversation, Scott and I discuss:
Why kids are good philosophers
How to have fun doing philosophy
Exploring perennial questions
The meaning of wisdom
The virtue of justice and much more
Wireless Philosophy (Free videos from experts in philosophy)
Teaching Children Philosophy (by the Prindle Institute)
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
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- Why kids are good philosophers
- How to have fun doing philosophy
- Exploring perennial questions
- The meaning of wisdom
- The virtue of justice and much more
- Wireless Philosophy (Free videos from experts in philosophy)
- Teaching Children Philosophy (by the Prindle Institute)
- Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- Subscribe to Perennial Meditations on Substack
- Read articles on Medium; become a member
- Record a studio-quality podcast on Squadcast; start a free trial today
What is In Search of Wisdom?
In Search of Wisdom is a podcast for seekers and curious minds interested in timeless principles and practices for everyday life. Join the search with J.W. Bertolotti from the Perennial Leader Project as he engages in meaningful conversations with leading thinkers in philosophy, theology, and everything in between. Learn more at PerennialLeader.com.