Episode 307: We Know Not What We May Become

The philosophies of Descartes and Locke lay the ground work for Kant’s Phenomenal Consciousness—thoughts cannot be a mere succession of associated ideas. Philosophical discussions abound as Sage & Savant travel back to the court of Catherine the Great. They question whether physics can be (or even should be) removed from metaphysics. Get your philosophy on with this month’s episode.

Cast:
Eddie Louise Clark as Dr Sage
Chip Clark as Professor Savant
Justin Bremer as the Narrator
Emily Riley Piatt as Abigail Entwhistle

Written by Eddie Louise
Theme music by Valentine Wolfe
Sound Design by Chip Michael

Featured Artist

Sarah Shay

Sarah plays nerdy ukulele songs that are usually funny but sometimes sad. You can now buy her brand new album, You Have Queer Street Cred, in her Bandcamp store!

Check her out on Facebook and her podcast Pilot House

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