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Blog - Space Time Mind

By Richard Brown and Pete Mandik

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Philosophy professors Richard Brown and Pete Mandik tackle topics ranging from the neuroscience of consciousness to the philosophical foundations of physics.

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in depth and accessible

So happy to have found this podcast. The philosophy podcasts I’ve been listening to are great, but in striving to be accessible to a non-academic audience they rarely do more than scratch the surface on the issues they cover. But Space Time Mind jumps right into the deep end of some of the most difficult and provocative topics in the murky marshland of consciousness, physics, and beyond. Can’t wait for more from Richard and Pete, thanks guys!

Interesting and Entertaining

Love the show, guys. Your discussions are interesting and tackle tough issues without dumbing things down but at the same time they are entertaining and lighthearted. As a philosopher myself, each episode reminds me of some of the best conversations that I've had with my philosopher friends. Keep it up!

Unique and Fascinating Perspectives

I have been looking for a podcast like this for a very long time. Pete and Richard create intricate, nuanced, and provocative philosophical arguments without losing their listeners focus or making things too simple. I am not a philosopher but I can still follow along just fine. This is perfect for anyone interested in unique perspectives on the mind and science!

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