What I Learned in Yale’s Philosophy Course | EP 30

I’ve recently experienced some major changes in my life, notably the fact that I’ve stepped away from a high-demand religion (Mormonism) recently. While I feel a wave of several emotions, I’m mainly excited for the rest of my life and the opportunity I have to question things for myself. I’m starting with this course because I hope that it will give me a chance to look outside of the bubble.

The course can be accessed for free at: https://oyc.yale.edu/NODE/201

About the Course (From Yale University’s Site)

Philosophy and the Science of Human Nature pairs central texts from Western philosophical tradition (including works by Plato, Aristotle, Epictetus, Hobbes, Kant, Mill, Rawls, and Nozick) with recent findings in cognitive science and related fields. The course is structured around three intertwined sets of topics: Happiness and Flourishing; Morality and Justice; and Political Legitimacy and Social Structures.

For the next 26-weeks, I’ll do my best to provide you with a quick snapshot of how it’s going. However, if you want to see the full experience, please consider subscribing to my YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/@thereadwellpodcast


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