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“The narcotic of intelligent conversation”

With its high-powered, long-form conversations, Entitled Opinions has fans around the globe, from Australia to China, Mexico to Russia. Its host, Robert Pogue Harrison, has interviewed some of our era’s leading figures in literature, philosophy, science, and cultural history for over a decade. Harrison is the Stanford Rosina Pierotti Professor of French and Italian literature and the author of Juvenescence: A Cultural History of Our Age, Gardens: An Essay on the Human Condition, The Dominion of the Dead, Forests: The Shadow of Civilization, and The Body of Beatrice. In an era that favors the tweet, Harrison refuses to dumb it down: “This show offers the narcotic of intelligent conversation.”

Past guests have included Richard Rorty, René Girard, Peter Sloterdijk, Shirley Hazzard, Orhan Pamuk, Colm Tóibin, Marilynne Robinson, Paul Ehrlich, Michel Serres, Hayden White, and Abraham Verghese.

Entitled Opinions airs on Stanford University’s KZSU (90.1 FM) and is available on iTunes.


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