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The Great Everything

By Patrick D.

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What is good? What gives our lives meaning? What connects us all? Who should we be? Lawyer-turned-philosophist Patrick Daniel searches for answers to life’s great questions by exploring connections between art, culture and everything else.

Customer Reviews

It's Great!

This podcast is the Greatest podcast since Dan Carlin's Hardcore History, and I should know because I'm the guy who makes it (I mean, The Great Everything - I don't make Hardcore History). I am in no way biased, and also I am not exaggerating when I say that this podcast will make you smart, rich and beautiful. It will transform you into a Greek God or even Goddess, by virtue of its incomprehensible genius. This podast is better than a million donuts, or a really good roast pigeon. This podcast has literally changed my life, in the sense that before making this podcast, I was not making this podcast. It will also change yours, for better or worse. I endorse this product, it is nifty.

Simply a must

A truly wonderful and thought provoking podcast exploring current issues, politics, philosophy, art and music.
This isn’t just for ex philosophy students, or indeed current ones - this is an enormously inclusive and relevant (ongoing) series: relatable in many ways, even right down to things going on in Patrick’s own life. Everyone can get something out of this series, and yes, it might even make you a better human.

- Davey Jones (an ex philosophy student and human)

Andy w

One of the best podcasts out there.

Patrick teaches us on the stuff we should have been told. It's interesting and thoughtful. I am amazed by your linguistic skills and knowledge of hip hop.

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  • Category: Philosophy
  • Language: English

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