032: Ep28 – Philosophy in Nature

Philosophy Bakes Bread radio show and podcast

In this twenty-eighth episode of the Philosophy Bakes Bread radio show and podcast, co-hosts Dr. Eric Thomas Weber and Dr. Anthony Cashio interview Dr. Andrea Christelle, co-founder of the Sedona Philosophy Experience, on the topic of “philosophy in nature.”

Dr. Andrea Christelle.

According to their Web site, the Sedona Philosophy Experience “was conceived by four university professors who had the crazy idea to bring their love of philosophy and nature to the hiking public in a completely new way. SPEX offers philosopher-led hikes, tours, and retreats among the majestic red rocks of Sedona. Participants are encouraged to discuss and compare opinions on life’s big questions. We are not here to tell you what to think but to stimulate conversation and thought. No experience is necessary–just a natural curiosity about the wonders of life.”

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Notes

  1. John Stuart Mill, On Liberty, free online here.
  2. Plato’s Apology, free online here.
  3. Northern Arizona University’s Philosophy in the Public Interest program.
  4. The Sedona Philosophy Experience. Here’s SPEX’s YouTube channel.

 

 

You Tell Me!

For our future “You Tell Me!” segments, Dr. Christelle proposed the following questions in this episode, for which we invite your feedback: “How can philosophy help us to restore a healthy democracy in the United States?”

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