025: Ep21 – BC2 – What to Do About Wicked Problems? Voicemail and Response Breadcrumb

Philosophy Bakes Bread radio show and podcast

Dr. Danielle Lake.This twenty-first episode of the Philosophy Bakes Bread radio show and podcast is a special edition of the show that we call a “breadcrumb.” A Breadcrumb is a short, 8-20 minute episode that was cut off from a longer show, that’s a collage of little clips, or, as in this case, that is a response to listener feedback. Today’s breadcrumb episode is a bigger version of what in the past we’ve called a “You Tell Me!” segment. We got a great voicemail from Phil in Lexington, KY, and we had Dr. Danielle Lake back on the show to respond to Phil’s great message.

A photo of breadcrumbs on a table near a loaf of bread that has been cut.

Dr. Lake was first interviewed in Episode 12 of the show, which we called “That’s a Wicked Problem You’ve Got There.” Recall that Dr. Lake is assistant professor in the department of Liberal Studies at Grand Valley State University, with her Ph.D. in Philosophy. In 2016, she was honored with the John Lachs Award for Public Philosophy from the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy. She is the author of Institutions and Process: Problems of Today, Misguided Answers from Yesterday (2008), in addition to many journal articles. 

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Notes

  1. Oral History,” as defined by the Oral History Association.
  2. There have been countless examples of town hall meetings that turned into screaming matches. Here is one of many stories, and here’s another.


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