clicking here. You can also go to the Sadler's Sound Files blog where I'll be posting podcast episodes individually and most news about the podcast from this point on.
For years, viewers, subscribers, supporters, and other fans have been asking me if I would convert my massive and growing stock of online philosophy lecture videos into mp3 files.
There definitely are some advantages to doing so. Many people listen to, as well as watch, my philosophy lectures and presentations. But streaming video requires a lot more data than downloading a podcast. So that's one good reason. Another is that it affords me the chance to edit and improve the sound quality of many of the recordings.
It requires that I carve out additional time from my busy schedule, though, so for a long time that held me back. What has made it possible now is reaching a sufficient level of support through crowdfunding (if you're interested in supporting my work, check out my Patreon site). That effectively underwrites the time and work needed to produce the sound files.
I'm starting for the moment with converting videos on Plato into podcast lectures. In the coming months you can expect to see episodes on six other main thinkers, three from ancient philosophy - Aristotle, Cicero, and Epictetus - and three from the Existentialist movement - Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, and Heidegger. I'm hoping to get 10-15 podcast episodes done per month, though greater support will help me work through the videos more quickly, and perhaps eventually get caught up with the videos