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  1. Caroline Caroline says:

    This is an extremely dense but excellent series of 36 lectures on metaphysics and epistomology from Descartes to very recent philosophers such as Rorty and Putnam Cohoone is extraordinarily articulate and coherent Of course he’s selecting and to some extent simplifying to fit the time limitations but the language is precise and he uses the terms that these philosophers themselves use This is not dumbed down but selective I repeatedly rewound sometimes three or four times to try to understand the gist let alone the fine points This was not Cahoone’s fault but rather his virtue in presenting ideas in their full meaning I think I could rewind a thousand times and still not understand Husserl and Heidigger but for the most part Cahoone achieves a sweet spot of forcing the listener to really strain but not losing himher entirelyThe range of philosophers covered is amazing Over half of the time is spent on twentieth century philosophy including Pierce James Dewey Whitehead Russell Wittgenstein Husserl Heidigger Derrida FoucaultSaussure Adorno and Horkheimer uine Davidson Habermas Levi Strauss Arendt Sartre Beauvoir Merleau Ponty Popper Putnam and others You could easily listen to this two or three times and still benefit from each review


  2. Gary Beauregard Bottomley Gary Beauregard Bottomley says:

    This is by far one of the best lectures I've ever heard I'm not a philosopher I avoided thinking most of my life I made a mistake about a year ago and read Heidegger's Being and Time That completely hooked me Now I just have to understand our universe and our place in itWhat is the order within the universe what is our purpose and why are we here 'the three big uestions These or some variation of these are the three uestions that drive me and makes me want to stay alive As for my reason for being it is to learn as much about the world as I can and this lecture series does that for me better than almost any book or Great Course hasThe professor makes the point that he is only going to look at the Modern Philosophers who added to the field by adding on or subtracting from the other philosophers who came before them and thought differently from the others This lecture series is a constant exchange of ideas from brilliant thinkers from across a 400 year dialog among respectful friends who all had a uniue perspective of some kind to add to the discussionHe covered Heidegger over two lectures He gave the best graphic I've come across in order to explain him it's available on the attached pdf and I would recommend grabbing it while you can He makes the point that Heidegger starts with things Being but will ultimately end with time past present and future as if he really all along meant to start with time Cool stuffHe does start the lecture series with Aristotle and the scholastic school of thought The great battle that constantly roams the hallways of the world is the conflict between the sophisticated sophists and their putting humans as the measure of all things and the absolutist who have their universal necessary and certain view point of the world There is no right answer The world is underdetermined The facts we have are always adeuately explainable by multiple theories See his lecture on William Van Orman uine for further explicationThe world is determined by our biological historical and current context The weight we impute to those three determine how we see the world The focus of the lecture series is not the philosophy of science but those concepts lurk with in this lecture seriesI really loved this lecture series and would strongly recommend it to anyone but be prepared to be overwhelmed by all the great thinkers covered and to be inspired to read some of the primary sources cited in this series One needs to start some where with learning critical thinking and understanding why we are here what our purpose is and what is the order ontology foundation archetypes forms ideals pick your favorite substitute for 'order' of the universeI'd even say that if one can master the ideas presented with in this lecture series which I have not and know I'll have to listen to it multiple times before I even start to understand one will be able to understand the three big uestions and realize how most of what surrounds us is crap and only acts as a distraction against what our authentic selves should be learning and understanding Our greatest virtue is our higher thought Our distractions are necessary because we must survive get along with others and enjoy life but we should only use those distractions in order to re energize ourselves and learn to enjoy life fullyThis professor is very good at explaining complicated ideas Yes complicated ideas are still complicated when they are explained as best as they can be and I won't lie sometimes I would get lost Though don't let that stand in the way of trying this lecture seriesI had bought the audible before I had signed up for the reasonably priced Great Course Plus on line with video I watched this course instead of listened to it So technically this review is for the video version not the audio version I'm glad I watched it instead of just listen to it There were many visuals and the Professor did an incredibly good job with hand motions facial expressions and the like This is one of the few audible courses or book where I got a lot out of it by watching instead of just listening Let that be a warning and a recommendation to sign up to The Great Courses


  3. Jim Robles Jim Robles says:

    Another great course from The Teaching Company There is so much to learn Rather than closing doors this course opens them AKA there are books I have to buyThe thirty third albeit audio book I have finished this year I will have to listen to this one several times to fully absorb it fortunately I spend a great deal of time on the elliptical


  4. Jenny Jenny says:

    Fantastic course—Cahoone does an excellent job not only breaking down complex ideas in order to introduce them but also showing how those ideas are in conversation with each other over time


  5. LindaH LindaH says:

    This is an excellent series of lectures on the development of philosophical thinking from the beginning of modern thought in the 17th century through the multiple lines of inuiry in the 20th century Professor Lawrence Cohoone is extremely well organized and articulate in his discussions; he never dumbs down the material but focuses on clarification of terms arguments and simple provocative applications From time to time he uses his lectern to illustrate the kinds of uestions each philosopher poses it is possible for non philosophy majors such as myself to follow him although I had to re listen to parts and refer to the internet for spelling It is exciting to take in this content in such a palatable way when I consider how radical each major philosopher was in his time Cohoone is good at providing historical context Even when intellectual thought in the late 20th century becomes a little less accessible Cohoone is uick to point this outand as always tell whyHere's a non inclusive list of the major philosophers covered Descartes Locke Berkeley Spinoza Liebnitz Rousseau Hume Kant Hegel Kierkegaard Nietzsche Pierce Husserl Wittgenstein Bergson Heidegger uine Derrida The various 20th century movements addressed include pragmatism positivism naturalism existentialism structuralism post modernism and deconstructionism


  6. Geoff Smith Geoff Smith says:

    Okay so I'll comes straight out and admit it Most of this went a bit over my headI did enjoy it And I found out a lot And Cahoone is good But I think the subject matter which is largely epistemological was fairly hard core And as an uneducated layman it was a little muchI did hear about some new names that sounded interesting Saussure Dewey and Spinoza who I previously knew nothing about and now I know a littleI also found out what Post Modernism actually is well sort of it seems that no one is entirely sure of that And that was of interest as you see the the term used so loosely by certain popular pundits nowadaysOverall I would say if you're a layman buy The Big uestions of Philosophy instead If you love this headspinny angle then Lawrence Cahoone is the man for youLook forward to philosophy in the future


  7. Adam Shields Adam Shields says:

    Short Review This was useful and well presented But also a bit of a firehose presentation I don't know how you present the last several hundred years of philosophy without being a firehose thoughMy philosophy background is fairly weak Primarily I was listening for the big ideas I did not retain who thought what for the most part But I did get a lot of the big ideas It is fascinating to hear a presentation of ideas that really have impacted modern thought I heard all kinds of ideas that I have vaguely believed but explained in context Some of that context clarified some did not I certainly need another run at the broad ideas Probably in a print formatMy only slightly longer review is on my blog at


  8. Chris Waraksa Chris Waraksa says:

    Actually rather than the book I watched the Great Courses video which consists of 36 lectures of 30 minutes each I really found it interesting and informative Cahoone gives a very interesting lecture and the wide review of philosophy has my brain abuzz with ideas Listening to the way in which philosophy has unfolded from Descartes to Derrida and beyond was uite interesting The movement from attempts to find an underlying whole a foundation for knowledge and truth to our post post modern moment in which we have come to suspect that the center will never hold and that we exist now in separate realities whether the hyperrealities of Baudrillard the ethnocentrism of Rorty or the endless language games that Wittgenstein saw as encompassing our lives Perhaps a new type of reality a new way of existing is emerging All of this just seemed academically interesting when I first encountered these writers in the 1980s but truely the post modern world they described has overrun us all Definitely recommend this course if you can get it from your public library


  9. Gary Gary says:

    Helps one develop a unified picture of philosophy Best one I have encountered


  10. Uxküll Uxküll says:

    Professor Cahoone does an exemplary job introducing and elucidating on these fine thinkers and their works Would recommend to anyone with an interest in Intellectual History Philosophy understanding Modernity or simply one who wants to learn about History and it's present impact generally


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