jack russell weinstein

September 9 at 5pm:

Should we still read Shakespeare? This is a harder question than one might think. This week, Jack Russell Weinstein's guest is Adam Kitzes, a Professor of English at the University of North Dakota. He is the author of The Politics of Melancholy from Spenser to Milton and has written numerous articles about Shakespeare and teaching literature.

August 12 at 5pm:
 

This month's Why: Philosophical Discussions About Everyday Life show is recorded live with host Jack Russell Weinstein at the Concordia Language Village. They'll discuss the controversy around the naming of one of the language villages.  

May 13, 2018 Host Jack Russell Weinstein and his guest Rutger Bregman ask "Is a universal basic income too Utopian to work?" on Why: Philosophical Discussions About Everyday Life.

April 8, 2018
Host Jack Russell Weinstein and his guest Cathy O’Neil ask "Does Big Data Threaten Our Democracy?" on Why: Philosophical Discussions About Everyday Life.

February 11, 2018
Host Jack Russell Weinstein and his guest Kieran Setiya take a philosophical look at midlife crisis on Why: Philosophical Discussions About Everyday Life.

January 14, 2018
Host Jack Russell Weinstein and his guest Al Gini discuss “Why We Need More Jokes In Our Lives” on Why: Philosophical Discussions About Everyday Life.

December 10
Host Jack Russell Weinstein and his guest Heather Douglas discuss “What Does Science Policy Have to do With Democracy?” on Why: Philosophical Discussions About Everyday Life.

November 12, 2017
Host Jack Russell Weinstein and his guest Peter Singer discuss "Philosophy Changing Lives" on Why: Philosophical Discussions About Everyday Life.