Viral Philosophy – Conversation with Nick Hudson on the “Artificial Creativity” Podcast

14 November 2020

Nick Hudson, co-founder of PANDA—Pandemics Data and Analytics in a conversation with Dennis Hackethal, from the “Artificial Creativity” podcast about what is known about the virus and the disastrous effects of lockdown policies on people and businesses. They explore how bad epistemology and political philosophy lead to tangible harm in society, and how we *should* treat each other during this pandemic instead.

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You can also listen to this podcast on Soundcloud here.

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