Dennett on top fighting form.
A 1988 docudrama about “the ideas of Douglas Hofstadter“. The protagonist is Dutch director Piet Hoenderdos. The film features interviews with a youngish Hofstadter and a never young looking Dan Dennett :) (90 minutes).
Einstein on a variety of topics – available here.
For many the term “film” let alone “Hollywood film” can be uttered in the same breath as philosophy (the only instances I can think of right now are Mishima, Death in Venice and Performance – three films conspicuously missing from a list of ostensibly philosophical films: I have mentioned elsewhere that what was passes for philosophy is contentious). Anyway, there is a film…
A somewhat hurried Greenfield-Koch debate which I discovered on Peter Mandik’s excellent blog. I don’t think this standard debating format works well – in many respects it vulgarizes the topic. The full debate (75 minutes – 247MB or available in 15 minutes chunks) can be found on the Mind Science Foundation website.
A surprisingly aged Kripke lecturing (84 minutes) and on the occasion of his 65th birthday: The First Person (83 minutes) with Q & A (13 minutes)
The title of Putnam’s lecture a nod and a wink to James. (87 minutes)
Wonderful opportunity to see the man in person (66 minutes)