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Vox Conversations

“Vox Conversations” is a podcast looking to share authentic and open discussions with listeners, by way of conversations with the “brightest minds and deepest thinkers” of our time. The show is hosted by Jamil Smith and Sean Illing.

Albert Camus was a Nobel-winning French writer and public intellectual. During Algeria’s bloody war for independence in the 1950s, Camus took a measured stance, calling for an end to the atrocities on each side. He was criticized widely for his so-called “moderation.” Philosophy professor Robert Zaretsky joins Sean to discuss Camus’s thoughts on that conflict and the parallels with the present moment.

Host: Sean Illing (@seanilling), host, The Gray Area
Guest: Robert Zaretsky
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Engineer: Patrick Boyd


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