SECOND YEAR PHILOSOPHY PHD STUDENT LIV explores the grandfather paradox in this Panpsycast podcast episode
The grandfather paradox is a paradox in time travel which asks: can time travellers change the past?
The name comes from a common description where we go back in time and kill our own grandfather before the conception of our mother or father. Many people say no, it is logically impossible.
Listen to Philosophy PhD student Liv Coombes discuss her research on time travel and free will in this two-part episode by the Panpsycast: