Some thoughts I’ve shared, from around the Internet.

The Simpsons and Philosophy

938Live — Radio interview on The Simpsons longevity, and the show’s relevance after 26 years and counting [May 5, 2015]

El Diario — Thoughts on popular culture and university teaching [Feb. 23, 2015]

Independent Online — “Learning from The Simpsons, 25 Years on” [Dec. 17, 2014]

KCBS – Radio interview on The Simpsons and Philosophy; with Paul Cantor [Jan. 8, 2010]

The Simpsons: An Uncensored, Unauthorized History – Some reflections on The Simpsons and Philosophy at Berkeley [Oct. 2009]

Politico – Some thoughts on politics and The Simpsons [July 2007]

University of Maastricht (The Netherlands) – Some quotes (see “Petition” link on the left of their site) on a topic that is very near and dear to my heart in higher education [April 2007]

Eureka Magazine – I really do not remember saying this, but the quote sounds smart so I won’t complain. I would really like to see the full article from this French magazine though … [March 2006]

UCLA – A nice article on UC Berkeley’s DECal (Democratic Education at Cal) program [Jan. 2004]

SF Chronicle – The Simpsons and Philosophy at UC Berkeley [March 2003]

Philosophy, etc.

BBC Oxford – Radio interview on Alice in Wonderland, Hawaii, and other topics  [July, 2010]


Authors@Google – with William Irwin, on “The Simpsons and Philosophy” and the Popular Culture and Philosophy book series [May 2008]

Twinkie, Deconstructed with Steve Ettlinger [Feb. 2008]