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Malcolm Keating

This looks like a cool format! (There's also a whole list of podcasts that Nick Byrd recently put together, if folks are looking for more: https://byrdnick.com/archives/13426/philosophy-podcasts )

In the spirit of Thi's post below, I'd like to note that I also have a new podcast for a general audience, "sutras (and stuff)," which I began in late February 2020, focusing on Indian thought: https://anchor.fm/malcolm-keating

The format varies, from monologue to interview, but all are fifteen minutes long or shorter and focus on a single topic in premodern Indian thought and connections to the modern day.

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