In this 70th episode of the Philosophy Bakes Bread radio show and podcast, Eric Thomas Weber and Anthony Cashio talk with Toby Buckle about "Human Rights and Political Philosophy." Toby works for Amnesty International, but in this episode he is representing only his own point of view.
Toby is also the founder and host of the Political Philosophy Podcast, which, according to his Web site, is "a weekly 45-50 minute interview with a philosopher or public figure that digs deep into questions of ethics, intuition, introspection and political morality." Early episodes have covered topics like "Black Atheism," "Neo-Republicanism," and "Corruption and Citizenship." Check out the show and consider subscribing.
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