Over at the Opinionator, an interesting video:
Raymond Geuss is a professor of philosophy at the University of Cambridge, who works in the general areas of political philosophy and the history of continental philosophy. We interviewed Geuss on Oct. 7, 2010, at Ascension Parish Burial Ground in Cambridge, where Ludwig Wittgenstein, among others, is buried. We included Geuss for historical perspective on the themes of our project, his unconventional and often critical views and his preference for pre-modern and ancient Greek categories of thinking. As Guess rejected most of the premises of our questions, the interview was one of the more agonistic we filmed. His unique humor and mannerisms made it one of the more enjoyable.