No matter what you think, it's not all in your head.

 The intro music was performed by Chris Campbell and Grant Walker on their recent CD   Schooldays Over  . Chris records on Innova Records  http://www.innova.mu/ . He also has his own website at  http://www.composerchriscampbell.com . I want to thank him for giving me the opportunity to integrate his music into the show. Chris' music is compelling, challenging, and beautiful. Check him out and hear for yourself.

The intro music was performed by Chris Campbell and Grant Walker on their recent CD Schooldays Over. Chris records on Innova Records http://www.innova.mu/. He also has his own website at http://www.composerchriscampbell.com. I want to thank him for giving me the opportunity to integrate his music into the show. Chris' music is compelling, challenging, and beautiful. Check him out and hear for yourself.

 The background and outro music was composed by Alexander Berne. Alexander also records on Innova  http://www.innova.mu . Check out his website at  http://alexanderberne.com/ . I want to thank him for his support and his allowing me to use his sublime music in the show. His music will bend your mind. And that's a very good thing.

The background and outro music was composed by Alexander Berne. Alexander also records on Innova http://www.innova.mu. Check out his website at http://alexanderberne.com/. I want to thank him for his support and his allowing me to use his sublime music in the show. His music will bend your mind. And that's a very good thing.


Episode 1

Michael Lynch talks about knowledge and the and the locus of knowledge. Are smart devices and cranial implants going to lead to fundamental questions about our epistemic selves?

   
  
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    The music for this episode was performed by Jim Campilongo, from his CD   Orange  . Jim's playing is transcendent and I want to thank him for generously allowing me to use his music for the show. Check him out at       http://jimcampilongo.com   .    

The music for this episode was performed by Jim Campilongo, from his CD Orange. Jim's playing is transcendent and I want to thank him for generously allowing me to use his music for the show. Check him out at http://jimcampilongo.com.