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That’s what I particularly like about them.
These are really quite helpful primers, especially for non-philosophers interested in the topics (meaning, of course, myself for example).
But the first thought that struck me when I saw the still from the first video I watched was, “Dr. John Wilkins and Bob Mould: separated at birth?”
These videos are quite good. One problem is that you’ve destroyed my image of the ancient, angry silver-back lashing out fools who dare cross his path.;)
It’s the camera angle. You can’t see the bodies…
I think you’ve found your true metier. You could do for philosophy what Bronowski did for science in The Ascent of Man. You’d need a catchier title, though. Maybe something cool and hip like iThink (if you were angling for sponsorship by Apple)
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