The Closer To Truth television series is the definitive source for cosmos, consciousness and meaning. The series is a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence airing on numerous PBS stations across the nation. Closer To Truth explores fundamental questions about the universe, brain/mind, religion and meaning through intimate conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers.By taking you into labs, libraries, gardens and sanctuaries across the globe, Closer To Truth brings riveting ideas to the forefront — making them relevant and engaging. Created and hosted by Robert Lawrence Kuhn and produced by Peter Getzels, Closer To Truth provides you personal access to the world's greatest thinkers exploring humanity's deepest questions.

Closer to Truth - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2000-05-07

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Closer to Truth is a continuing television series on public television originally created, produced and hosted by Robert Lawrence Kuhn. The first premiere series aired in 2000 for 2 seasons, followed by a second series aired in 2003 for a single season. The third series of the program, Closer to Truth: Cosmos. Consciousness. God, launched in 2008, with 15 full seasons to date. See List of Closer to Truth episodes. Closer to Truth has had over 150,000 station broadcasts. The show is centered on on-camera conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, theologians, and scholars, covering a diverse range of topics or questions from the cause, size and nature of the universe (or multiverse), to the mystery of consciousness and the notion of free will, to the existence and essence of God, to the mystery of existence (why is there anything at all). The Closer to Truth website features extensive conversations in addition to those that have been broadcast on TV (~4,000 videos). It is the world’s largest archive of video interviews with leading experts in cosmos (philosophy of cosmology/physics), consciousness (philosophy of religion), meaning (philosophy of religion) - www.closertotruth.com. Robert Lawrence Kuhn is the creator, executive producer, writer and presenter of the series. Peter Getzels is the co-creator, producer and director.

Closer to Truth - Guests - Netflix

Many well-known intellectuals have been featured on Closer to Truth. They include: Scott Aaronson, David Albert, Andreas Albrecht, Peter Atkins, Francisco Ayala, Julian Baggini, David Baltimore, Simon Blackburn, Susan Blackmore, Colin Blakemore, Nick Bostrom, Raphael Bousso, Rodney Brooks, Sean Carroll, Sarah Coakley, Gregory Chaitin, David Chalmers, Deepak Chopra, Francis Collins, Robin Collins, William Lane Craig, Michael Crichton, Paul Davies, William Dembski, Daniel Dennett, David Deutsch, Frank Drake, Willem Drees, Freeman Dyson, David Eagleman, George Ellis, Wendy Freedman, Murray Gell-Mann, Rebecca Newberger Goldstein, Alison Gopnik, A.C. Grayling, Susan Greenfield, Neils Gregerson, David Gross, Alan Guth Stuart Hameroff, John Hawthorne, John Hick, Donald Hoffman, Nicholas Humphrey, Chris Isham, Brian Josephson, Subhash Kak, Michio Kaku, Stuart Kauffman, Christof Koch, Steven Koonin, Lawrence Krauss, Ray Kurzweil, Robert Laughlin, Stephen Law, Brian Leftow, John Leslie, Andrei Linde, Rodolfo Llinas, Seth Lloyd, Elizabeth Loftus, Juan Maldacena, Hugh McCann, Colin McGinn, Alister McGrath, Ernan McMullin, Alfred Mele, Marvin Minsky, J.P. Moreland, Nancey Murphy, Yujin Nagasawa (ユウジン・ナガサワ), Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Timothy O'Connor, Don Page, Roger Penrose, Alvin Plantinga, John Polkinghorne, Huw Price, Martin Rees, John Searle, Michael Shermer, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Huston Smith, Quentin Smith, Lee Smolin, Robert Spitzer, Paul Steinhardt, Galen Strawson, Leonard Susskind, Richard Swinburne, Raymond Tallis, Max Tegmark, Kip Thorne, Giulio Tononi, Michael Tooley, Peter van Inwagen, Alexander Vilenkin, Keith Ward, Steven Weinberg, Geoffrey West, Frank Wilczek, and Stephen Wolfram.

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