BRIAN LEITER
Brian Leiter
Photo by Steve Pyke, 2010
 

BRIAN LEITER

Brian Leiter is Karl N. Llewellyn Professor of Jurisprudence and Director of the Center for Law, Philosophy & Human Values at the University of Chicago. He teaches and writes primarily in the areas of moral, political, and legal philosophy, in both Anglophone and Continental traditions.

NEW:
CBC Radio Program on Nietzsche
"Why Tolerate Religion?", Carnegie Council on Ethics and Public Affairs, December 2012
Interview with 3AM magazine
Interview about Nietzsche at The Browser

 

Video and Audio

VIDEO
“Theoretical Disagreements,” with Scott Shapiro, Bloggingheads TV (2008)

“Dworkin, Posner, and Legal Realism,” 1st Annual Distinguished Lecture in Jurisprudence, Northwestern University School of Law (2009)

"Who is the Sovereign Individual? Nietzsche on Freedom," lecture at the Annual Meeting of the Friedrich Nietzsche Society, St. Peter's College, Oxford University (2010)

"Why Tolerate Religion?", Carnegie Council on Ethics and Public Affairs, December 2012


AUDIO
Philosophy Talk, discussing Nietzsche (2004)  

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“What Do and What Should Judges Do?” with Judge Richard Posner, University of Chicago Law School (2006)

Philosophy Bites podcast, discussing myths about Nietzsche (2009)  

Elucidations podcast, discussing Nietzsche on morality (2009)

Why? Radio, discussing “The Profession of Philosophy” (2010)

Elucidations podcast, discussing religious toleration (2010)

Philosophy Bites podcast on "analytic" and "continental" philosophy (2011)