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Mark
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Kingwell
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Professor of Philosophy, University of Toronto
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Mark Kingwell is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Toronto and is the author of Opening Gambits: Essays on Art and Philosophy.

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Palestine and the Arab Spring - Bonus video
December 23, 2011
| 10:42
Bonus video - Moderator Mark Kingwell and panelists Michael Ignatieff and Ramin Jahanbegloo discuss Palestine and The Arab Spring as viewed through the writings of political philosopher Isaiah Berlin
Liberty and the Arab Spring: Exploring Isaiah Berlin's Ideas
December 2, 2011
| 55:25
Moderator Mark Kingwell and panelists Michael Ignatieff and Ramin Jahanbegloo discuss the writings of political philosopher Isaiah Berlin as they pertain to Liberty and The Arab Spring

Episodes

December 3, 2011
Senior resident at Massey College, Michael Ignatieff, and University of Toronto political science professor Ramin Jahanbegloo discuss Liberty and the Arab Spring: Exploring Isaiah Berlin's Ideas...
November 1, 2008
University of Toronto philosophy professor and author Mark Kingwell and journalist Malcolm Gladwell square off in a lively debate about social change and how to achieve it. Moderated by Avril...
November 12, 2005
Mark Kingwell on his book Nothing for Granted
February 21, 2004
Mark Kingwell, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Toronto, gives two lectures on "Crossing the Threshold: Towards a Philosophy of the Interior"
May 18, 2003
Mark Kingwell of University of Toronto's Department of Philosophy on the Art of Procrastination
January 19, 2003
University of Toronto Philosophy Professor, Mark Kingwell on his essay "Being Dandy" from his book Practical Judgment
Moderator Mark Kingwell and panelists Michael Ignatieff and Ramin Jahanbegloo discuss the writings of political philosopher Isaiah Berlin as they pertain to Liberty and The Arab Spring
Bonus video - Moderator Mark Kingwell and panelists Michael Ignatieff and Ramin Jahanbegloo discuss Palestine and The Arab Spring as viewed through the writings of political philosopher Isaiah Berlin