Sometimes I think my major learning problem is deciding how to allocate my time AMONG stimulating sources. Then I regularly encounter more sources that I cannot believe I had missed. In other words, I probably know only a small subset of the wisdom stimuli that I would profit from studying.
You probably share my enjoyable frustration.
Here are 2 valuable BBC sites I recently stumbled on. I hope you enjoy them.
A History of Ideas Click on “Episodes” to see the 72 thinkers and ideas discussed. Don’t overlook the complementary videos narrated by Gillian Anderson.
The Global Philosopher This series is new; only 2 episodes have been released so far. Michael Sandel leads discussions about important questions. I particularly enjoyed the first one: “Should Borders Matter?” because I have often thought about Donald Trump’s famously saying “When there are no borders, there is no country.” At minimum, I think we can say “As we traditionally understand the concept of ‘country’, porous borders run a strong risk of destroying a country as it has been traditionally understood.”