The philosopher with no hands — 3:16

Eric Olson interviewed by Richard Marshall.

Eric Olson ponders on bodies and corpses, animals and people, asks whether Jeckyll was Hyde and whether he was ever a fetus. He has written two books, The Human Animal: Personal Identity Without Psychologyand What Are We? A Study in Personal Ontology and is the groovy philosopher of philosophical animalism.

3:AM: How did you become a philosopher? Were you a philosophical child, always aware of the strangeness of things?

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