Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Thinking Out Loud

A couple of years ago I participated in a philosophy discussion group that started out as Socrates Café (inspired by Christopher Phillips and his book Socrates Café) and met in Barnes & Noble once a month. Later on many of the core members of this group (yours truly among them) participated in a discussion group called Thinking Out Loud that was aired on our local cable access channel in Charlottesville. That died out after about a year because it was too much work to tape the shows and broadcast them, so now Thinking Out Loud is making an appearance on the web. Check out some of the links below.


You should be able to just click on the link to make it download and play on your computer. Most computers will let you play the file while it is downloading. (Some computers may try to complete the download before starting to play the file. You should be able to override that and make the recording play as it is downloading.)

From the local cable access channel days:

"What is Love?"

If you hear “Jerry” speaking on these links, that would be me.


There are no dull subjects. There are only dull writers.

--H. L. Mencken

The aim of writing poetry is to enable readers a little better to enjoy life or a little better to endure it.

--W. H. Auden


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