The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

How to Develop Greater Self-Awareness

95% of people say that they're self-aware. But only 10-15% of people actually are. As my guest today says, that means "on a good day, 80% of us are lying to ourselves about how much we're lying to ourselves" and this blind spot can have big repercussions for our success and happiness. Her name is Tasha Eurich, and she's an organizational psychologist and the author of Insight: Why We're Not as Self-Aware as We Think, and How Seeing Ourselves Clearly Helps Us Succeed at Work and in Life. Tasha kicks off our conversation by arguing that our level of self-awareness sets the upper limit of our individual effectiveness and that self-awareness can be developed and is truly the meta skill of the 21st century. She then unpacks what it is you know about yourself when you possess self-awareness, how there are two types of this knowledge, internal and external, and how you can have one without the other. Tasha then outlines the seven pill

Philosophize This!

Stephen West

Episode #166 ... Jose Ortega - Circumstance

Today we begin talking about the work of Jose Ortega Y Gasset. 

Dear Hank & John


335: Just Boil It

Why is the Earth's interior still molten? How do I tell someone I don't like orange soda? What do I write in the yearbook for someone who failed my class? What do I do with Too Much Peanut Butter? How does a 14-year-old make money? Hank and John Green have answers!If you're in need of dubious advice, email us at us for monthly livestreams and an exclusive weekly podcast at us on Twitter!

Vox Conversations


Station Eleven's creator on the end of the world

Vox’s Alex Abad-Santos sits down with Patrick Somerville, the creator and showrunner of HBO's critically-acclaimed series Station Eleven, adapted from the novel by Emily St. John Mandel. They talk about the weirdness of making a show about a pandemic during a pandemic, what it was like to craft the show's intricate web of storylines, and why Patrick's body of work — which also includes Maniac, Made for Love, and co-writing The Leftovers — tends toward the dystopian. There's also a reflective discussion about . . . hugs.
Host: Alex Abad-Santos (@alex_abads), Senior Culture Reporter, Vox
Guest: Patrick Somerville (@patrickerville), creator and showrunner, Station Eleven

Station Eleven, created for television by Patrick Somerville (HBO Max; 2021)

Station Eleven, novel by Emily St. John Mandel (Knopf; 2014)

"A syllabus for a new world" by Alis

Alan Watts Being in the Way

Be Here Now Network / Love Serve Remember Foundation

Ep. 12 – Cosmic Drama

This time on the Being in the Way podcast, Alan Watts explores the concepts of identity and consciousness, looking at the role we play in the greater 'Cosmic Drama'. Before the talk from Alan, we invite you to listen to an insightful conversation between Mark Watts and his guest, Cory Allen, about getting in touch with the core ideas of Alan Watts’ teachings.Today's podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: Allen is an author, mindfulness teacher, and music producer. He uses his podcast The Astral Hustle to ask leading experts in mindfulness, neuroscience, music, and philosophy to share their wisdom. Check out his book titled Now Is the Way and his online meditation course called Release into Now.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Conversations With Coleman

Coleman Hughes

Can Musicians Think Freely? with Winston Marshall (S3 Ep.20)

My guest today is Winston Marshall. Winston is a founding member of the Grammy Award-winning band "Mumford and Sons", in which he played lead guitar and banjo for 14 years. He left the band after writing a tweet that praised a book by Andy Ngo. As many of you may remember, Andy Ngo is a journalist that got beaten to a pulp by Antifa extremists. Winston wrote a pretty mild tweet approving of Andy Ngo's book on Antifa and as a result, was pressured to leave Mumford and Sons and he eventually did. He now has a podcast called "Marshall Matters" which this conversation will also be aired on, so you can go check that out. 
In this episode, we discuss Winston's time with Mumford and Sons. We discuss the influence of Jordan Peterson on his thinking and even on his songwriting. We talk about cancel culture in particular with regards to the music industry in Hollywood. We talk about my position on re

Psychic Teachers

Samantha Fey and Deb Bowen

How to Work with Your Angels

If you're looking for a closer connection to your guardian angel, then check out this week's show. Samantha and Deb share suggestions for ways you can forge a deeper connection with your angels for help and guidance. Some of the books mentioned in this week's show include: Commune With the Angels: A Heavenly Handbook by Jayne Howard FeldmanTouched by Angels by Flower NewhouseEmpowering Your Life With Angels by Rita BerkowitzAngel Magic by Cassandra EasonThanks for listening! We hope you have a great week. Be sure to connect with us on our Facebook Page- Psychic Teachers and on Samantha's Instagram - SamanthaofeyTo send us a question, please email us at psychicteachers@gmail.comWe hope you have a great week. Be the Light!

Stuff Mom Never Told You


Monday Mini: Conservative Conspiracies and Children

Why do so many conspiracies in the conservative community revolve around children? We look into some theories and history.

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Philosophy Bites

Edmonds and Warburton

Cecile Fabre on the Ethics of Spying

Spying raises many ethical issues, but these are rarely discussed - at least by philosophers. Cécile Fabre, author of a recent book on the topic, Spying Through a Glass Darkly, discusses some of these issues with Nigel Warburton in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.  This episode is sponsored by The New European newspaper.

The Survival Podcast

The Survival Podcast

Out Back with Jack – The Survival Podcast – Epi-3112

Today we have another episode of  “Outback with Jack”.  These podcasts will be generated though live steam sessions done early early in the morning.  These will have an approximate start time of 0830 -11:30 CST. These podcasts will are a … Continue reading →

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast

Mark Linsenmayer, Wes Alwan, Seth Paskin, Dylan Casey

REISSUE-Ep. 32: Heidegger on Being (w/ new Intro)

Discussing Martin Heidegger's Being and Time (1927) back in 2011, mostly the intro and Ch. 1 and 2. When philosophers try to figure out what really exists (God? matter? numbers?), Heidegger thinks they've forgotten a question that really should come first: what is it to exist? He thinks that instead of asking "What is Being?" we ask, as in a scientific context, "what is this thing?" This approach then poisons our ability to understand ourselves or the world that we as human beings actually inhabit, as opposed to the abstraction that science makes out of this. But first, a 2022 retrospective introduction to situate this with regard to our eps. 296/297 which will revisit this text with some close reading. Get a longer version of that intro and other vintage episodes like this by becoming a PEL supporter. Sponsor: Learn about St. John's College at

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مُذكرة تنفَّس


هذه الحلقة برعاية تطبيق وجيز التطبيق الذي يحتوي على الكتب الصوتية الملخصة، والبودكاست، والروايات بالإضافة إلى المحتوى الرمضاني والديني.

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Living Myth

Michael Meade

Episode 276 - Earth Day Cosmology

This episode of  considers how Earth Day and the oldest traditions of Easter are secretly connected. “One of the open secrets trying to be rediscovered at this time is that a deep capacity for renewal exists in the depths of our own souls, just as it resides in the unseen depths of the earth itself.”   Thank you for listening to and supporting Living Myth. You can further support this podcast by becoming a member of Living Myth Premium. Members receive bonus episodes each month, access to the full archives of over 400 episodes and 30% discount on all events, courses and book and audio titles.   Learn more and join this community of listeners at   As always, we appreciate you leaving a review on wherever you listen to this podcast and sharing it with your friends. On behalf of Michael Meade and the whole Mosaic staff, we wish you well during this challenging and uncertain times and thank you for your support of our wor

Strange Familiars

Strange Familiars

Crawling Black Bigfoot

Michael shares stories of encounters with bigfoot. Rather than having encounters in the deep wilderness, his sightings all happened around the town where he lives. After a particularly intense encounter, where Michael saw a huge black bigfoot crawling through a gully, the creatures started showing up around his house. He heard his name called, chatter, and something climbed onto his roof.If you would like to help us continue to make Strange Familiars, get bonus content, t-shirts, stickers, and more rewards, you can become a patron: you would prefer a one-time payment to help us out, here is a link - you can change the number 25 in the URL to any amount: Familiars episode 300, The Witch Cloud, is available now: Strange Familiars / Lost Grave etsy shop has art, books, patches, t-shirts, and more ... i

For The Wild

For The Wild

WOMAN STANDS SHINING (Pat McCabe) on Humanity's Homecoming [ENCORE] /282

This week we are rebroadcasting our interview with Woman Stands Shining (Pat McCabe), originally aired in September of 2021. In the fast-paced movement of today’s media, it’s easy to become entangled in narratives of extinction, loss, a lack of time, and a tremendous amount of misanthropy. However, when we pause to look within the ecosystems around us we can find examples of life pushing through the most difficult of circumstances. Our more than human kin continues in defiance, refusing to cease their own lineage under the current modern paradigm of exploitation and desecration. In this week’s episode, we look into a thriving life paradigm, which places a reverences for life at the center of all action, with guest Woman Stands Shining (Pat McCabe). In this expansive conversation, Woman Stands Shining coalesces topics of Indigenous sovereignty, land back, how gender and consent behave in different paradi

جُرعة أمَل

Amer Almasri

أنا هُنا..

لا تكُون الشخص اللي يطفي الشمعة بـ وسط العُتمة.
كتابة: عامر
مٌشاركة في الكتابة والإلقاء: عزيز
ديوان العود - رمضان جانا |
How to Give and Receive Positive Karma | Oprah's Lifeclass | Oprah Winfrey Network |
عزيزي المستمع.. كون بخير.

Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso

iHeartPodcasts and Pushkin Industries

Actor Jon Bernthal: Leading Man

This week we’re joined by actor Jon Bernthal! To begin, we discuss his latest performance on HBO’s We Own This City (6:00), policing and gun culture in America (9:15), growing up grappling with toxic masculinity (14:47), his pivot to acting in college (23:30), and the powerful history of theater in Moscow (27:25). 

On the back-half, he reflects on his first year in Los Angeles (32:45), the night that changed his life (37:44), and the magic behind the making of Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street (45:05). To close, Jon shares his hopes for the future (51:00) and how, as a father, he’s processed these tragic weeks in America (52:58).

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History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps

Peter Adamson

HoP 398 - Pearls of Wisdom - Marguerite of Navarre

A Renaissance queen supports philosophical humanism and produces literary works on spirituality, love, and the soul.

Deepak Chopra’s Infinite Potential

Infinite Potential Media, LLC

The Case Against Reality / Dr. Don Hoffman

As we conclude our Metahuman miniseries, we hear from Dr. Don Hoffman, writer and professor of Cognitive Sciences at the University of California, Irvine, as he shares his latest book The Case of Against Reality: Why Evolution Hid the Truth from Our Eyes and asks us to challenge what we call reality.
This conversation took place at The Rubin Museum of Art and was recorded in front of a live audience. 
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Know Thyself

Know Thyself

Gemini- The Dance of the I's ; Part II

Continuing our conversation about the Third Labor of Hercules, our hosts look further to discuss the esoteric significance of the sign Gemini.Support the show

Cult of Conspiracy

Jonathon Meyers

Cult Short #6- Staring into the Sun

If you were always told that staring into the sun would make you go blind, the episode is for you. ( - 20% OFF & Free Shipping. Use Promo Code: CULT) ( - 10% OFF. Use code: CULT) ( - 50% OFF, Free Shipping & 10 Free Items. Use Code: CULT) ( for any donations or tips!) ( - Sign up is JUST $10 a month for unlimited access to all the things that would be banned on YouTube!) MERCH IS FINALLY HERE---

Philosophy For Our Times


Was Richard Dawkins wrong about memes? | Massimo Pigliucci, Hilary Lawson, Joanna Bryson

What do memes really mean? Listen to find out!Looking for a link we mentioned? It's here: are everywhere. But the term was coined only a few decades ago by Richard Dawkins to describe ideas and cultural behaviour that can be passed on from one individual to another. He argued that memes are a stage in evolution, and just as humans are carriers for genes, we are also carriers for memes. We don't so much choose our memes as they choose us. Its critics however argue that meme theory upends all human agency and thought. Is meme theory an exciting new framework that moves evolution forward to account for concepts and culture? Or is the very idea of a meme a misguided and reductionist account of what it is to be human?  Post-postmodern philosopher Hilary Lawson, Professor of Ethics and Technology at Hertie School Joanna

مدرسه زندگی فارسی

Iman Fani

مخدر یا محرک؟ ارتباط موادی که مصرف می‌کنیم و دوره تاریخی

یکی از مباحث جذاب در مطالعات میان‌رشته‌ای، ارتباط دوره تاریخی و موادی است که در آن عصر مصرف می‌شود. این ارتباط ممکن است از جنس علیت باشد یا نباشد اما همراهی و همزمانی‌های قوی تقریبا انکار‌ناپذیر است.#روح_زمانه#مواد_مخدر #مدرسه_زندگی_فارسیبرای خرید ویدیوی وبینارهای مدرسه زندگی یا ثبت نام وبینارهای آینده از اینجا اقدام کنید:خرید دوره‌های آموزشی در خارج از کشور:https://imanfani.thinkific.comخرید دوره‌های آموزشی در ایران:


mics | مايكس

٢٣ - هَل ستكُون موجودًا في الصّباح؟

لأن الحياة بطبعها بُنيت لأن نشعر بألمها .. متى ستكون كالماء يا صديقي؟

هذه الحلقة برعاية تطبيق وجيز
لتحميل التطبيق :



كتابة : عبدالرحمن 
تصميم الغلاف : أحمد

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حساب زينب على تويتر

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Be Water, My Friend: The Teachings of Bruce Lee - Shannon Lee

أموت كي أكون أنا - أنيتا مورجاني - Dying To Be Me

ماهو اضطراب ما بعد الصدمة؟ وكيف التعامل معه؟ - ثمانية

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The Wright Show

Replacing Great Replacement Theory (Robert Wright & Mickey Kaus)

Bob: Tucker Carlson’s replacement rhetoric is intentionally inflammatory ... Is the rhetoric of “transformation” analogous to that of “replacement”? ... Two NYT headlines that trigger Bob ... Is Russia making more progress than it seems in eastern Ukraine? ... Mickey: If Trumpists depose Mitch McConnell, it could forestall a Trump 2024 run ... George W. Bush’s magnificent Ukraine-Iraq gaffe ... Can John Fetterman win in the PA general election? ... Parrot Room preview: Severance, Covid, Elon Musk’s sex scandal, the Depp-Heard trial, Jonathan Chait on charter schools, unemployment fraud, the Dead End podcast, the origins of Ukrainian nationalism, Benjamin Wittes’s infuriatingly Blobby Twitter thread, and what Ramesh Ponnuru misses about replacement rhetoric ...

To The Best Of Our Knowledge

Wisconsin Public Radio

Worshipping Waterfalls: The Evolution of Belief

Jane Goodall has seen wild chimpanzees dance and bristle with excitement around roaring waterfalls — and she thinks it’s an experience of awe and wonder — and possibly a precursor to animistic religion. 

But can we ever know why our ancient human ancestors developed spiritual beliefs? Can evolutionary science uncover the roots of religion?  

At some point our ancestors went from admiring waterfalls to worshipping them - and all kinds of spirits and gods. They developed sacred rituals and turned stones into totems. And then came the Battle of the Gods. 

This was produced in partnership with the Center for Humans and Nature, an organization that brings together scholars from a diversity of disciplines to think creatively about our relationships with nature and each other. What do you think evolution can tell us about love and morality? Share your thoughts at This



#096: Food Bartering - Urban Homesteading - Backyard Farming: Disaster Ready Home - Part 4 - with Creek Stewart

▶︎ Today David and Creek take "Small Footprint" FOREVER FOOD production to the next level with beekeeping, high production raised-bed gardens, edible landscaping, traditional food preservation and food bartering. 
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Creeks New Book - The Disaster Ready Home @ Amazon
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Theories of Everything with Curt Jaimungal

Curt Jaimungal

Garry Nolan on the Evidence behind UFOs, Psychedelics, and Artificial Consciousness

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Perhaps the most information-dense 2 hours I've seen on UFOs -- all thanks to Garry Nolan, a Professor at the Stanford School of Medicine who's internationally renowned.

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Stoic Coffee Break

Erick Cloward

216 - Give Yourself Fully To Your Endeavors

Forget everything else. Keep hold of this alone and remember it: Each of us lives only now, this brief instant.
—Marcus Aurelius

Don’t let fear, low self-esteem and the negative voices hold you back from your true destiny.
—David Goggins

One of the hardest things for me, and I’m sure that many of you fall into the same category, is to know what you want and have the courage to go after it. There are plenty of reason why this happens, and for the most part it comes down to fear, and the two biggest are fear of failure, and fear of disapproval of others. Today I want to talk about some changes I’m making in my life, and how I’m facing these fears.

Urgency of Change - The Krishnamurti Podcast

Krishnamurti Foundation Trust

Krishnamurti on Effort

‘All effort implies resistance, all effort implies contradiction, all effort involves an idea separate from action; and hence our daily lives are in contradiction.’
This week’s episode on Effort has four sections.
The first extract (2:53) is from Krishnamurti’s second talk in Madras 1964, titled ‘Why do we make effort?’
The second extract (17:15) is from the sixth talk in Saanen 1965, titled ‘Effort implies conformity.’
The third extract (29:04) is from Krishnamurti’s second talk in New Delhi 1964 titled, ‘Is it possible to live without effort?’
The final extract (38:30) in this episode is from the seventh talk in Saanen 1981, titled ‘Does meditation require effort?’
Season three of the Krishnamurti podcast continues with the format of extracts carefully chosen from the philosopher’s talks. Each weekly episode focuses on a theme explored by Krishnamurti and the aim is to represent his different approaches to these universa

The Free Zone w/ Freeman Fly


World Changing Technology – George Wiseman

Are you dependent on the system? We live in a world of abundance and I want you to thrive! But, you are taught that we live in a world of scarcity. We are currently looking at a world with a health crisis, rising fuel costs and a food shortage on the horizon. WHAT IF... There […]

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قوّة أن تعرف قوّتك.

إلى كل من يشعر أنه سادة بلا مواهب..
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Theory & Philosophy

David Guignion

Karl Marx’s ”Capital” Vol. 3 (Part 2/10)

In this episode, I cover part two of Karl Marx's Capital Vol. 3.
This is the breakdown of each episode:
Episode One: Preface and Part One
Episode Two: Part Two
Episode Three: Part Three and Part Four
Episode Four: Part Five (Chs. 21-26)
Episode Five: Part Five (Chs. 27-31)
Episode Six: Part Five (Chs. 31-36)
Episode Seven: Part Six (Chs. 37-40)
Episode Eight: Part Six (Chs. 41- 45)
Episode Nine: Part Six (Chs. 46-47)
Episode Ten: Part Seven and Supplementary Remarks by Frederick Engels
If you want to support me, you can do that with these links:
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Chilling True Tales - True Ghost and Paranormal Stories

Daniel from SOS Paranormal

Chilling True Tales - Ep 31 - Spooky Night Time Encounters

You’re at home at night all snug in your bedIt was a long day so you try rest your headYou want to get sleep but I’ll tell you insteadYou should clearly expect visits from the dead…These night time encounters are all true and happened to people... Just like you in their own homes….If you like my work, buy me a coffee!   Contact  Music"Come Out and Play" by Darren Curtis Check out his YouTube page Darren Curtis Music: Effects“creaking door 1 slow.WAV” by paulmessier of - Creative Commons 4 Licence -“Door Opening” by AUDACITIER of – Creative Commons 4 Licence -



The Work of Rudolf Steiner - Part 1 with Dale Brunsvold

This week I'm joined by Dale Brunsvold who is an independent Rudolf Steiner researcher, and founder and host of In this first episode on Rudolf Steiner we discuss Steiner's relationship to theosophy, the philosophy of freedom, elements of Steiner's biography, spiritual growth and more.
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Cultivating Place

Jennifer Jewell / Cultivating Place

Earth Day- Parks for the Nature of Everyone, Olmsted200

In honor of Earth Day on April 22nd, this week, Cultivating Place is in conversation about a person who committed their career to the idea, design, and championing of Parks for the Nature of Everyone. April 26th is the 200th birthday of Frederick Law Olmsted – in celebration and recognition, the National Association for Olmsted Parks is joining with celebration partner locations around the US to host Olmsted200 events, reminding us of the long and valuable legacy of Olmsted – which remains highly relevant for us today.

To hear more about Frederick Law Olmsted and his influence on our green spaces to this day, Cultivating Place is joined by Dede Petri, Executive Director of the National Association for Olmsted Parks and John Rowden Senior Director of Bird-Friendly Communities with the Audubon Society. Listen in!

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Through the Word

Through the Word

Understand the Bible in just ten minutes a day as your favorite pastors walk you through each chapter with clear explanation and compelling application. Through the Word guides you on 19 epic journeys covering every Bible book from Genesis to Revelation, one chapter at a time. Join over 150,000 daily listeners and start your Bible habit today.

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Nicole Sauce

Episode 558 - Homestead Update for April 15, 2022

Today we talk about rabbits (it’s easter!), slow springs, rain events, water systems and more.    #Allthethings.  Bigger is harder.  Video Tours.   Email feedback to   Forage Watercress, mustard flower, dead nettle Hairy vetch, plantain Green onions Strawberries have unripe fruit (the red rock trick)   Livestock Hoof trimming Failed rabbit pregnancy and rebreeding ALL THE EGGS (The irony of this) Conflicted over pigs   Grow Seedling update on youtube (Jacks and saving seed) Peppers are just not germinating Failed old pea seeds Lettuce in the AP  Ground nuts Seed Roullette Winter wheat   Holler Neighbors/Community All hands on deck for the spring workshop Mama Sauce is in town Mini GSD Weekend   Infrastructure RAIN and rerouting Outdoor shower almost complete Fencing Demo prepared A word on growing grass   Finances No progress made on selling pork because we have been focused on the

Practical Stoicism

Tanner Campbell

Don't degrade yourself by not having a purpose

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This week we're working through Meditation 16 from Book 2 of The Meditations by Marcus Aurelius.
"The human soul degrades itself:

Above all, when it does its best to become an abscess, a kind of detached growth on the world. To be disgruntled at anything that happens is a kind of secession from Nature, which comprises the nature of all things.

When it turns its back on another person or sets out to do it harm, as the souls of the angry do.

When it is overpowered by pleasure or pain

When it puts on a mask and does or says something artificial or false

When it allows its action and impulse to be without a purpose, to be random and disconnected: even the smallest things ought to be directed toward a goal. But the goal of rational beings is to f

Philosophy: The Classics

Nigel Warburton

Soren Kierkegaard - Either/Or

Soren Kierkegaard's Either/Or is an oblique but brilliant contribution to philosophy. In this episode of Philosophy: The Classics  author Nigel Warburton summarises the book and considers several interpretations of it.

Dare to Think | Mere Liberty Podcast

Kerry Baldwin

To challenge and rethink our paradigms for understanding society, by applying reformed theology and philosophy to politics, religion, and culture, in order to encourage individual freedom and responsibility within our own spheres of influence. Mere Liberty is about liberty at its most fundamental core. It’s stripping away the rhetoric that we’ve become accustomed to hearing and challenging the paradigms that face us today. Mere Liberty is not about politics per se, rather it’s about the philosophies (and theology) behind the problems presented in politics and culture. Challenging the manner in which we see these problems will push us to think beyond mere political solutions that in effect isolate us from own responsibility, and eschewing responsibility means relinquishing our associated freedoms.

Tom Sullivan Show

Tom Sullivan Radio

Weekdays 3pm -6pm ET

Mark Divine Show


The DeCicco Brothers: Super Brothers make Super Coffee

Mark Divine speaks with Jimmy, Jake, and Jordan DeCicco, founders of Super Coffee.

Today, Mark Divine speaks with Jimmy, Jake, and Jordan DeCicco, founders of the healthy coffee brand, Super Coffee. All under the age of 30, these young entrepreneurs began their business in a dorm room, and now lead a company valued at over $500 million. The DeCicco brothers share how their fiercely competitive upbringing instilled in them drive, passion, and grit that first helped them succeed in football and basketball, then carried over into the world of entrepreneurship.

“The lessons learned as athletes empower us to do what we do on a daily basis in terms of overcoming obstacles.”

Key Takeaways:

Surround yourself with the best possible people who have experience and knowledge. The strength of a team is only as good as its people and the brothers never were shy about reaching o

بودكاست وسق

Abdullah Bin Ali

هذا الليل اذا أقبل آوى كل شيئ الى مأواه .

Alan Watts Podcast

Alan Watts

Not What Should Be But What Is 2 of 4

You are listening to a sample of The Essential Lecture‪s of Alan Watts.

New Polity

New Polity

Laying the intellectual foundation necessary for building Christian societies free from the violent presuppositions of liberalism.

Entitled Opinions (about Life and Literature)

Robert Harrison

Robert Harrison on Depression

Philosopher's Zone

ABC Radio

The simplest questions often have the most complex answers. The Philosopher's Zone is your guide through the strange thickets of logic, metaphysics and ethics.

What's Left of Philosophy

Lillian Cicerchia, Owen Glyn-Williams, Gil Morejón, and William Paris

In What’s Left of Philosophy Gil Morejón (@gdmorejon), Lillian Cicerchia (@lilcicerch), Owen Glyn-Williams (@oglynwil), and William Paris (@williammparis) discuss philosophy’s radical histories and contemporary political theory. Philosophy isn't dead, but what's left? Support us at

Be Reasonable: with Your Moderator, Chris Paul

Chris Paul

A fiery, but mostly peaceful podcast. I'm your moderator, Chris Paul. Let's Be Reasonable. See for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at

Future Perfect


Sucking the carbon out of the sky

Most of our efforts to fight climate change, from electric cars to wind turbines, are about pumping fewer greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. But what if we could pull out the gases that are already there? Akshat Rathi, a reporter at Bloomberg with a doctorate in chemistry, knows more about this technology, called “direct air capture,” than just about anyone. He follows companies like Carbon Engineering and Climeworks that are trying to figure out how to take regular air and pull carbon dioxide out of it.
If their plans work, they could mean a world with net negative emissions: less carbon in the sky than there is right now, and a cooler planet. But his reporting has also highlighted how elusive carbon capture can be, and how tricky it can be to make the tech work at an affordable price. Rathi and Vox’s Dylan Matthews discuss how direct air capture works, how it’s different from capturing carbon at a fossil fuel plant, and the struggl

Hi-Phi Nation

Slate Podcasts


In our final episode on monsters, we investigate why people who eat people are the funkiest people in the afterlife. We talk to a man who has actually eaten parts of other people, many times, about why he thinks consuming human flesh should be normalized. We then consider the age-old question of how God is supposed to resurrect a cannibal and all of his victims when most of the flesh of the victims would also be a part of the cannibal. Some of the best minds in Western philosophy and Christian theology thought about this question, including Leibniz, Aquinas, and Augustine. Co-hosted by Christina van Dyke, featuring artist and cannibal Rick Gibson and philosopher Dean Zimmerman.
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khalid Al-Ghanim

لاتخسر ماتبقى منك

الخسارة مؤلمة بجميع أنواعها - ولكن نحمد الله دائما ، ربما يكون الحديث سهل ولكن يجب ان تنتبه من ان تخسر نفسك لأنه البعض ينغمس في ألم الخسارة بشكل متكرر الي ان يؤذي نفسه ويبدأ بجلد ذاته مثل ماتكلمت في الحلقات السابقة،  احمد الله دائما وأحب نفسك حتى ولو آن الظروف المحيطه بك لاتدعمك ?. 

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The Arthur Brooks Show

Vox Media

Arthur Books in conversation with Simon Sinek

A special bonus episode, recorded with a live audience at the 92nd Street Y in New York City: Simon Sinek talks to Arthur about his book Love Your Enemies.
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The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast

Ayaan Hirsi Ali

E38. Speaker Newt Gingrich on the Politics of Yesterday and Today

Ayaan speaks with Speaker Newt Gingrich about growing up in the 1950s and ’60s, and how life differs today. They also discuss divisions among both the Democratic and Republican parties, what Biden should do about the situation in Ukraine, and the biggest long-term threat to America.
Speaker Newt Gingrich is Chairman of Gingrich 360, a multimedia production and consulting company based in Arlington, Virginia.  As former Speaker of the House of Representatives, Gingrich is well known as the architect of the “Contract with America” that led the Republican Party to victory in 1994, creating the first conservative majority in the House in 40 years.  He was a Republican candidate for President of the United States in 2012.

Gingrich is a Fox News contributor, podcast host (Newt’s World), and syndicated columnist.  He is the author of 41 books, including 18 fiction and nonfiction New Yor

The Ripple Effect Podcast

Ricky Varandas

The Ripple Effect Podcast has journalists on like Ben Swann, historians like Dan Carlin, musicians like Burton C. Bell from Fear Factory, researchers like James Corbett, scientists like Rupert Sheldrake, comedians like Jim Florentine, doctors like Dr. Burzynski, filmmakers like Mikki Willis, authors like Christopher Ryan, philosophers like Daniele Bolelli, athletes like Justin Wren, professors like Richard D. Wolff and many others like Gov. Jesse Ventura, Freeway Rick Ross, Del Bigtree, Matt Farah, Dr. Dominic D'Agostino, G. Edward Griffin & Whitney Webb, in hopes to bring our listeners the most interesting people, & the most interesting conversations, with the goal of "Provoking Thought & Starting A Ripple."

مُجرد افكار

مجرد افكار🤍

حياتك تتغير عندما تتغير انت

استماع ممتع ي اعزائي لاتنسون اضافتي ب الانستقرام ومشاركتي ارائكم❤️.

Rationally Speaking Podcast

New York City Skeptics

Is cash the best way to help the poor? (Michael Faye)

The idea of giving poor people cash, no strings attached, is "very unappealing" for most donors, admits economist Michael Faye -- but it's still one of the best ways to help the poor. Michael and Julia discuss the philosophy behind his organization (GiveDirectly), the evidence we have so far about cash transfers as an anti-poverty intervention, and the various concerns people have about it: How long-lasting are the effects? Does it make recipients less likely to work? Does it cause inflation?


Ben Chugg and Vaden Masrani

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

From Socrates to Marcus Aurelius - Stoicism for Modern Life

From Socrates to Marcus Aurelius - Stoicism for Modern Life

10: Episode 10 - Seneca on the entanglement of fear and hope; the good of nature, animal instinct and living in the present moment!

We want to bring you a guide for life! Breaking down the unique wisdom of some of the greatest minds that have ever existed proven by the fact that the teachings of the stoics are still in existence today! But so few of us manage to realise the true meaning and value of many of these great philosophical works within the context of modern society.

In a similar approach to the Marcus Aurelius' Meditations for Modern Life podcast, but with the shared thoughts of co-hosts Adam Bates and Jamie Keeling adding the dynamic of two way conversation and their combined experiences through life!

For most episode the theme will centre around a different piece of text or quote from a well known Stoic philosopher from those attributed to Socrates through the words of Plato, or to Epicurus, to Seneca or others.

The aim is to br

Where Did the Road Go?

Seriah Azkath

Strange Dominions with Octavion Graves - April 23, 2022

Seriah hosts podcaster and student of the occult Octavion Graves. Topics include the intersection of the occult and the paranormal, esotericism, demons as scare tactics in paranormal media, skinwalkers, Djinn, Bigfoot, strange experiences with deer, personal experiences with rituals in nature, astrology, blues music, a ghost tour encounter, Bigfoot hunting, strange lights, a disturbing silence, a Bigfoot encounter that had a different explanation, stick strctures, odd sounds and calls, a high strangeness encounter with a very peculiar tree, sleep paralysis and a most unusual shadow person, synchronicities, Hecate, Norse folklore and tradition, Animism, Solomonic magick, woo Bigfoot, communication with non-human intelligent entities, ghosts vs. spirits, a friend's encounter with shadow people, the band Grave Gnosis, magickal practice and ritual, Pagan spirituality, dream experiences, psychedelics, an unusual mushroom exp

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The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast

Jack Symes | Andrew Horton, Oliver Marley, Gregory Miller

Episode 106, Four Thousand Weeks (Part I - Time)

Introduction Enjoying a holiday in a small coastal village, a New York banker finds herself walking along a tranquil pier when she comes across a fisherman in a small, wooden boat. Inside the boat she spotted several rainbow-coloured fish. ‘Congratulations on a fine score. How long did it take you to catch them?’ ‘Only a little while,’ the fisherman replied. ‘That’s great,’ said the banker, ‘so, why don’t you stay out longer and catch a few more?’ The fisherman explained that he only caught what he needed to put fish on the table and a roof over his family’s heads. ‘But’, the puzzled banker enquired, ‘what do you do with the rest of your time?’ The fisherman smiled: ‘I sleep in late, I read books, I go dancing with my wife, and I write jokes about Adam Sandler.’ The banker scoffed, ‘You know, I could offer you my assistance with your fishing business.’ The fisherman raised his eyebrows. ‘If you spent more time fishing, you co

The Biblical Mind


What Can Non-Jewish Clergy Learn from Jewish Studies? (Jeff Jacoby)

This week, Jeff Jacoby, op-ed columnist for The Boston Globe since February 1994, joined Dru to discuss his essay in Sapir, "Jewish Study for Non-Jewish Clergy." He proposes a project of study with deep historical roots that would benefit clergy and anyone who takes religion seriously, not just as an abstract intellectual exercise.
He writes, "Imagine that it were possible for non-Jewish clergy — Catholic, Muslim, Baha’i, Mormon, Baptist, Hindu — to have the opportunity to engage meaningfully with the world of Torah study from the inside, even if for only a limited time."
0:30 Essay in Sapir
3:53 The Jethro Project
13:58 The Jewish style of questioning on the spot
28:51 Why would this program be valuable?
33:00 Experiencing Sabbath in Israel

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Living with Reality with Dr. Robert Svoboda

Be Here Now Network

Ep. 28 - Karma and The Bhagavad Gita

Dr. Robert Svoboda shares teachings from the Bhagavad Gita that explore the role of karma in our life's path.“We’re creating karmas, and those karmas are creating for us our future, and they are creating for us not only our future in this lifetime, but our future in our next incarnations.” —Dr. Robert SvobodaSee Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Routines & Ruts

Madeleine Dore

On the antidote to being afraid of the work

In this final episode of season three, Madeleine explores the fear behind perfectionism — and how often the only antidote to being afraid of the work, is to do the work. Explored in this episode:​Routine of the week: Lessons from runningRut of the week: Allowing for the fallowThe two traps of perfectionismHow we mislabel lazinessThe fear behind procrastinationCollecting failures and mistakesWorthy v worthwhileThe gap between taste and abilityHow we are never completeBUY THE BOOK: I Didn't Do The Thing TodaySTAY IN TOUCH: Sign up to the newsletter and follow @extraordinary_routines on Instagram

Sweet Release

Sweet Release

8 - Men

In which we talk about winter depression, toxic masculinity, and dream journeys


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Alan Watts - Way Beyond the West - Modern Philosophy, Zen Buddhism & Eastern Philosophy Podcast

Dillion Roberts (Alan Watts Enthusiast)

Alan Watts - Philosophy & Society Podcast Series - Mysticism and Morals

Alan Watts - Far Beyond the West - Mysticism and Morals

Modern Philosophy, Eastern Philosophy, Zen, Buddhism, Hindu Philosophy, Tao, Taoism

Alan Watts provides insights into the various moral trappings in our modern societies and the role of the mystic. 
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Free Thoughts

The ABCs of Inflation

Not to burst your bubble—but inflation is at the highest it has been for the past 40 years. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Whence Came You? - Freemasonry discussed and Masonic research for today's Freemason

Robert Johnson

Today's Freemasonry through Masonic research papers of the past and present. Discussions on the Fraternity through modern technology made accessible to both Freemasons and men interested in Freemasonry.

Success Hotline With Dr. Rob Gilbert


The Best $100 Ever Spent - Message 11,446

Describing yourself in just two words for a future employer ...

End-of-Life University

Karen Wyatt MD

Ep. 346 Settling Estate Issues After the Death of a Loved One with Matthew Van Drimmelen

Learn how common it is for people to have complicated financial issues to deal with after the death of a loved one and how this company can help. My guest Matthew Van Drimmelen is the owner and founder of Full-Circle Aftercare, a company he created to help people deal with the stress and worry of… Continue reading Ep. 346 Settling Estate Issues After the Death of a Loved One with Matthew Van Drimmelen

New Books in Philosophy

Marshall Poe

Shannon M. Mussett, "Entropic Philosophy: Chaos, Breakdown, and Creation" (Rowman & Littlefield, 2022)

Everything is breaking down. Chaos is increasing. Entropy is not just a metaphor, although it also that. In Entropic Philosophy: Chaos, Breakdown, and Creation (Rowman and Littlefield, 2022), Shannon M. Mussett argues that while denial and nihilism are common and world-shaping responses to entropy, they are not our only options. By revaluing order and stability, chaos and decay, we can turn to entropy with care and see the possibilities for creation in destruction. Mussett makes these arguments attentive to suffering, loss, and oppression, offering a philosophy of thriving even as the whole universe inexorably moves towards heat death.
Sarah Tyson is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of Colorado, Denver.
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Hamed Ghadiri

پنجاه‌و‌دوم | چگونه درباره‌ی خدا حرف بزنیم؟

فلسفه از قرن نوزدهم و بیستم به زبان روی‌ آورده است و بخشی از مسئله‌هایش را از طریق مطالعه‌ی زبان پیش می‌برد؛ از جمله در فلسفه‌ی دین که گاهی با این سوال دست‌و‌پنجه نرم می‌کند: فارغ از این‌که خدا وجود دارد یا نه، آیا اصلا می‌شود به شکل معناداری درباره‌ی او حرف زد؟ این سوال اساسی‌ترین سوال حوزه‌ای به نام «زبان دینی» است که در این قسمت از لوگوس به آن می‌پردازیم.
حمایت ریالی از پادکست لوگوس
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 موسیقی متن: بریده‌هایی از موومان چهارم سمفونی نهم آنتونین دورژاک

The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius

The Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius

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Success Hotline With Dr. Rob Gilbert


I Hope To Make A HUGE Difference In Your Life In Just 3 Minutes - Message 11,376

Dr. Rob tells the story of the world's most confident 4th grader.

The Disclosure Podcast

Earthling Ed

Ep 32: The Disruption of Seaspiracy & The Race Against Time to Debunk the Facts

Seaspiracy hit Netflix on March 24th, and I don't think even the vegan community were prepared for the huge impact it was about to have. Trending across the globe and hitting #1 on Netflix in the UK, the power of Seaspiracy cannot be overstated. An outpouring of news articles, statements in response, and a 'debunking' of the facts presented soon followed. Today I'm discussing Seaspiracy, the impact that it's had and some of the criticisms it's received.In today's episode:- Responding to: "What about Indigenous fishers? Seaspiracy shouldn't be telling Indigenous communities not to fish."- Responding to: "It’s not right to tell the consumer what to do, Seaspiracy is gaslighting you."- Aquaculture Alliance & false statements.- What has the pushback from the industry been like so far? - Going in depth on the Earth Island Institute/Do

The Masonic Roundtable - Freemasonry Today for Today's Freemasons

Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Nick Johnson, Juan Sepulveda & Robert Johnson

The Masonic Roundtable is a weekly panel of Masons from around the United States who discuss the latest and greatest in Masonic news, events, scholarship, and happenings. Join the conversation!

A New and Ancient Story: The Podcast

Charles Eisenstein

Swaady Martin: Fugitivity to Interconnection (E61)

Swaady Martin is the daughter of a militant Black Panther who fled to
Africa. She grew up in the Ivory Coast and ended up pursuing an elite
education and corporate career, yet remains at heart and in spirit a
revolutionary. We covered many topics: her background, colonialism, the Covid narrative and attitudes about it in West and South Africa, and the spiritual crisis of the developed world.

Bio: Swaady Martin is an internationally recognized African leader.
Spirituality and African identity are at the heart of all Swaady’s many
and varied roles. Her academic background includes London School of Economics (LSE) and Harvard Divinity School. She is also an Archbishop Desmond Tutu Leadership Fellow. A former Corporate Executive at General Electric (GE), Swaady is the founder of Yswara African Tea, Tounché Global Consciousness Summit & Events and LovingKindness Boma (through which she publishe

Five Questions

Kieran Setiya

Susanna Siegel

I ask the philosopher Susanna Siegel five questions about herself.

Susanna Siegel is the Edgar Pierce Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University. She is the author of “The Contents of Visual Experience” (2010) and “The Rationality of Perception” (2017).

Aspen Ideas to Go

The Aspen Institute

Remembering Madeleine Albright

The Aspen Institute remembers and mourns Secretary Madeleine K. Albright, who passed away on March 23, 2022. She was a diplomat, professor, author, business leader, and the first woman to be the U.S. Secretary of State. In 2018, she raised the alarm on dangerous world leadership with her book “Fascism: A Warning,” calling out the regimes of Kim Jong-un and Vladimir Putin, among others. In July of that year, Aspen Institute President and CEO, Dan Porterfield, interviewed her about the book in front of a live audience as part of the McCloskey Speaker Series. Among her many achievements and accomplishments, Secretary Albright served on the Aspen Institute Board of Trustees starting in 2002, and founded the Aspen Ministers Forum that same year, to strengthen diplomatic ties between the US and Europe. In 2012, she helped establish Aspen Central Europe based in Prague, and was recognized in 2011 as the recipient of the Institute’s Henry Crown Leaders

The What Is Stoicism? Podcast

What Is Stoicism?

How To Be Your Own Best Friend

"Meanwhile, I owe you my little daily contribution; you shall be told what pleased me to-day in the writings of Hecato; it is these words: “What progress, you ask, have I made? I have begun to be a friend to myself.” That was indeed a great benefit; such a person can never be alone. You may be sure that such a man is a friend to all mankind."-- Seneca, Letters 6.7?️ For more resources on adopting a Stoic state of mind, check out the WIS Change Your Way of Thinking Starter Kit:​Twitter:​Instagram:​Facebook: See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Minimalist Vegan Podcast

Michael & Maša Ofei

The Final Episode: A Natural Evolution

The Minimalist Vegan Podcast is coming to an end (indefinitely). Tune in to the episode to find out why we’re moving on and what we have planned for the future (some exciting news!).

We also share raw behind-the-scenes of the ups and downs of producing the show.

A special thanks to our wonderful listeners. Your attention means a lot to us ?

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The Motivation Movement | Inspirational Quotes, Daily Advice, Lifestyle Design, Personal Development

Michael Russo (mRuddo)

095: Don't Take Shit SO Personally

A widespread conundrum that can negatively impacts the self-esteem level of people of all shapes and sizes is taking SHIT too personally, wearing your heart on your sleeve. 
Someone looks at you the wrong way. Someone had an attitude with you. Someone rudely bumped into you at the grocery store. Why the fuck is everyone out to get me this week? 
When people disrespect you or treat you poorly, t’s easy to take their actions and/or words personally, especially when you’re already in a rut to begin with.
The benefit of not taking shit so personally is that you remain in control of your emotions, reaction, and energy. The SHIT we’re talking about here is other people’s emotions, reactions, and energy! The SHIT you have absolutely no control over.
Unconsciously, we usually automatically assume that what someone else says or does was targeted at us specifically. It’s not uncommon to take SHIT out of context here and there.


Chance Garton

It's the Solst Wonderful Time of the Year with Astro-Yogi Emily Ridout | Vibe Rant ep. 43

Video - Astro-yoga specialist and folklore-master Emily Ridout returns to Vibe Rant for a special solstice space-weather update! Emily is a teacher and practitioner that helps her students syncretize their bodily movements to those of the seasons and the heavens above. Join this group on telegram to leave us a voice, image, text, or video message to play on the air: EPISODE LINKSEmily Ridout Website - Ridout on IG - Dissident - TELEGRAM LINKSInnerVerse Telegram Channel (Follow for updates!) - Group Chat (Community Viiiibes ⚡) - WORK WITH MESound Healing Therapy:

Lost Origins

Andrew Tuzson

S04E01 - Adam Stokes // The Egyptian Origins of America's Pyramids

Today, we are pleased to present an unexpected episode of Lost Origins. With Covid-19 forcing us into quarantine, we felt that an episode could help our audience adjust to life in the great indoors. Today, we link up with our good friend, Adam Stokes to discuss the Egyptian origins of America's pyramids, the mound builders of North America, diffusionism, and their interesting connection to the Book of Mormon. You do not want to miss this one. Adam Oliver Stokes is an expert and professor of theology and religion at St. Joseph University. He obtained his B.A. in Religion at Duke University and his Masters of Divinity from Yale Divinity School. He is a regular contributor to Ancient American magazine and his work ranges from ancient American civilizations, the Old Testament and Greco-Roman history, and folklore.

The Heart Speaks with Chloé Valdary

Chloé Valdary

Evolve, Move, Play with Rafe Kelley (E4)

Welcome back to another episode of The Heart Speaks Podcast.
In this episode, I speak with Rafe Kelly, founder of Evolve, Move, Play, an organization that's dedicated to getting people off the couch and moving their bodies out in nature and the outdoors.
Now, why is this important? Because as human beings, our bodies were designed to move, and in fact, we cannot actually have a sense of meaning without movement.
In this episode, we discuss why that is, and we dive into other juicy topics, like why some movement practices are worth pursuing more than others, why roughhousing is essential to developing empathy, and how you cannot be truly non-violent unless you are capable of being violent and consciously choose not to use violence.
Enjoy the episode!

Why are We Talking about Rabbits?

John Heers

The Immersion Series - An Intro

Welcome back and welcome to a small announcement. This week we kick off a monthly (maybe biweekly series) talking about immersion and something like "flow." WAWTAR will bring on Field Workers, artists, and people who are looking to talk about deep immersion.Think you are a person like that? Reach out to Andrew at and let him know with a small pitch.For all the updates join our Telegram channel: you should definitely check out Keipi Restaurant ? www.keipirestaurant.orgWAWTAR now has a Facebook group: Why Are We Talking About (More) Rabbits? Join us for more conversation at: you like this podcast, please consider leaving a review with your comments. Your support keeps this podcast alive and allows us to broaden our discussion. You can also check out First Things Foundation: for more informatio

The Human Flourishing Project

Alex Epstein

Hi, I'm Alex Epstein. I started the Human Flourishing project to tackle the problem I care about most: human beings lack reliable access to the knowledge we need to flourish.

Point of Convergence


Of Highly Strange Heresies: Vallée’s & Davis’s 6-layer Model for Anomalous Phenomena

Over the last several episodes we’ve been discussing some of the more bizarre, even absurd, elements of the UFO Phenomenon. For anyone who’s taken the time to do a truly deep dive into the data behind this Phenomenon, it is clear that there is much to make sense of here: much that doesn’t fit well with certain cookie-cutter, predetermined hypotheses meant to make sense of the data.
Two episodes ago we discussed Jacque Vallée’s groundbreaking, genre-stretching and controversial book Passport to Magonia: From Folklore to Flying Saucers, where Vallée drew our attention to parallels between elements of the so-called UFO Phenomenon and events from both religious history and historic faerie lore. Beyond somewhat superficial differences, the overlap was clear.
And in our last episode we dove directly into an investigation of the absurd or ridiculous nature of many of these encounters

The Tao Te Ching for Everyday Living

Dan Casas-Murray

Tao Te Ching Verse 81: Staying Connected with Truth

Tao Te Ching Verse 81translated by Isabella MearsFaithful words may not be beautiful,Beautiful words may not be faithful.Those who love do not quarrel,Those who quarrel do not love.Those who know are not learned,Those who are learned do not know.The riches of the self-controlled person are in the Inner Life.When one spends for others, one has more for oneself.When one gives to others, one has much more for oneself.Heavenly Tao blesses all and hurts no one.The way of the self-controlled person is to act and not to fight.Photo by Nastya Dulhiier on UnsplashStaying ConnectedIn this final verse of the TTC, I feel like there are three things with which Lao Tzu leaves us:The first is that when we are connected with Tao (which is always, btw), we canSee without lookingListen without hearingFeel without touchingInternalize without smelling or tastingThe second is the property of reflection - both internal and external to ourselves,


Brett Hall

(Episode 120) Newsletter 10: The Jubilee, Peace, Progress and Policing

The substack article with links can be found here:

The Mind4Survival Podcast

Brian Duff

Brian Talks with Changing Earth Author Sara Hathaway

Have you had experiences that put you in a position to use your preps? What if you had to live only on the food and water you have right now? How quickly could you evacuate your home? Have you gone without electricity or heat for an extended period of time? As preppers, most of us…
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Les Chemins de la philosophie

France Culture

Une rencontre quotidienne entre philosophie et monde contemporain. Du lundi au vendredi de 10h00 à 10h55 Rendez-vous sur l'application Radio France pour découvrir tous les autres épisodes.

[지대넓얕] 지적 대화를 위한 넓고 얕은 지식

채사장, 깡쌤, 덕실이, 김도인

155회 - [결산] 안녕, 지대넓얕

지금까지 지대넓얕을 사랑해주신 청취자 여러분 진심으로 감사드립니다.

Diet Soap - a podcast

Douglas Lain

The Diet Soap podcast began in 2009 in response to the economic crisis of 2008. Since then it has gone through many transformations, including becoming the podcast for a critical theory imprint out of the UK. Today the Diet Soap podcast is running under its original name for Sublation Media.Sublation Media includes a book publishing effort for critical theory and left politics, a magazine that covers current events and theoretical issues, youtube videos on theory and politics, and finally the Diet Soap podcast. The podcast is where we continue to interrogate the left and each other while having a good time.

Mind Chat

Mind Chat with Philip Goff and Keith Frankish

Christmas Special: Panpsychism or Illusionism?

In the Mind Chat Christmas special, Keith and Philip take it in turns to interrogate each other about their favoured view of consciousness (illusionism and panpsychism, respectively), based in part on viewers' questions. The episode will culminate in a 15 min twitter poll, in which viewers will decide once and for all whether panpsychism or illusionism is the correct view of consciousness. 

Expanding Reality

Brandon Thomas

130 - Unity Bliss - The Oracle

Thank you for listening! Expand Your Experience and Check out the Video conversations, Bliss is an oracle inspiring consciousness to live from pure potential … a cosmic, mystic, shaman, voice of wisdom and oracular transmission, speaking the miraculous thru the space between the words. YouTube - UnityTransmissions TicTok @blisslovecreations Affiliate Links  Food Forest Abundance Start Your Own Podcast! Use THIS LINK for Amazon Expand Your Experience Rokfin YouTube Shirts N Such Random Acts of Kindness Tik Tok Music By Vinny The Saint Bo Shaftnoski - Production Expert

Tavis Smiley

KBLA Talk 1580

"Tavis Smiley" is the flagship program for KBLA, America's newest progressive radio network and LA's first Black-owned talk station. Broadcast live across southern California on 1580AM and around the world on and TuneIn, this podcast presents the best of Tavis Smiley's conversations with activists, influencers, thought leaders, and cultural vanguards.

NITE DRIFT with Jim Perry


Bex Atwood on spirits of the Key Peninsula

Bex Atwood joins Jim to share strange stories from Washington State's Key Peninsula.
Bex is a part of Liminal Earth and can be found on IG at @bexintheliminal
You can listen to NITE DRIFT with Jim Perry LIVE on Sunday nights at 5pm pst ( 8pm est) on KKNW 1150 AM Seattle or at
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The Dark Oracle’s Guide To The Multiverse

Anna Moli

Ch 15- Wake Up, Neo...

The Reduction of Suffering Within The Simulation.

Le Précepteur

Charles Robin

92 • BRIGITTE LAHAIE - Assumer ses choix

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Brigitte Lahaie fut une icône du cinéma X dans les années 70-80. Son parcours la rend donc particulièrement légitime pour s'exprimer sur certaines questions auxquelles la philosophie s'intéresse : le rapport au corps, à la liberté, au désir, à la transgression, à la morale. C'est la raison pour laquelle j'ai souhaité lui donner la parole pour évoquer tous ces sujets avec elle. 
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Lions of Liberty with Marc Clair

Marc Clair

Marc Clair brings you real conversations with experts on taking action to bring more liberty into your lives. These are the Lions of Liberty.

Alchemical Tech Revolution

Wayne McRoy

Social Credit Scores And Digital I.D.'s

China's Social Credit System - Coming Soon To A City Near You!

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Philosophers In Space

Aaron Rabi and Thomas Smith

0G176: The Eternals and Space Baby Antinatalism

Honestly, after 2.5 hours of this movie I was hoping the awakening really would happen and suck me into the middle of the planet. We discuss the cold mess that is Eternals and what this means for using planets as a means to an end. Content: Editing by Luisa Lyons, check out her amazing podcast Filmed Live Musicals: Support us at Patreon: Follow us on Twitter: Join our Facebook discussion group (make sure to answer the questions to join): Email us at: If you have time, please write us a review on iTunes. It really really helps. Please and thank you! Sibling shows: Serious Inquiries Only: Opening Arguments: Embrace the Void: Recent appearances: Aaron was o

The Matt Lohmeier Show

Matthew Lohmeier

Randall Carlson Explains Climate Change, Science vs. Mythology, and Cosmic Impactors

 Matt and Randall share their perspective on something particularly relevant to the Space Force community: the potential threat that we face from cosmic impactors.Randall explains the considerable evidence to support environmental and climatic disruption occurring because of cosmic impacts, how they have shaped Earth's history, and whether we should be worried about a cosmic impact happening soon. Matt and Randall also discuss how mythology and ancient tradition can inform modern science and potentially fill some of its gaps, the truth about climate change, and the cosmic destiny of humanity.Tune in now to learn more! Key Takeaways - Climate change, science vs. mythology, and cosmic impacts explained (00:00)- Why our ancestors were so obsessed with the heavens (01:47)- How ancient traditions can inform modern science (08:47)- Why science has ignored the role of cosmic impacts in Earth's hist

پادکست می ـ خوانش حکمت زندگی شوپنهاور | Mey

Hesam Ipakchi

جرعه 32 ● مراتب لذت

چنانکه در جرعه سی و یکم شنیدید، شوپنهاور از «انواع لذت» سخن به میان  آورده اما توضیحی در خصوص اینکه منظورش از «انواع» چیست و نوع‌های مختلف  لذت چه نسبت و مراتبی دارند طرح نشده. در جرعه سی و دوم حاصل بررسی‌ام در  پاسخ به این سوال را تقدیم کرده‌ام و اما استثنائا با توضیحی که ارائه شده،  اشاره‌ای داشته‌ام به اشارات بوعلی سینا  - در باب حکمت زندگی صفحه 31 - اشارات بوعلی سینا – جلد دوم – نمط هشتم ●  تقدیم از: حسام ایپکچی ● خُم اول: حکمت زندگی – آرتور شوپنهاور

Conversations in Process

Jay McDaniel

Ellen Rowland – The Religiosity of Teenagers and Being a Youth Minister in 2022

On this episode of Conversations in Process, Jay is joined by his former student Ellen Rowland to discuss her experience as a youth minister and the values and religious perspectives of the teenagers with which she works.

Ellen Rowland is Minister to Youth & Families at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church in Little Rock Arkansas where she works directly with teenagers in a religious context, giving her unique insights into the younger generation’s thoughts and feelings about religious topics.

In this conversation, Jay questions Ellen on a wide range of topics relating to the experience of teenagers. She begins by sharing how the process perspective is one which is often resonant for the youths in her congregation, stating that it provides a relieving alternative to Evangelical perspectives on God which can often be heavy-handed. She explains t

The INFJ Whisperer

Boom Shikha

INFJs Tend Towards Having Obsessions Which Could Blossom into Addictions

INFJs can become addicted to people, ideas, and actions quite easily because we are obsessive about our passions. But we have to be careful about that and do it in a controlled fashion. Thank you for listening! If you want to connect with me further - below are some ways:Read my blog at Check out my YouTube Channel at my FB group! Email me at boomshikha at themillionairehippie dot com if you have feedback. Love and light as always,Boom ShikhaSupport this show See for privacy and opt-out information.


Conspiracy theories, Aliens/bases/species, UFO abductions, Bigfoot, NWO, MIB

Those Who Have Died Trying To Reveal The Truth | Episode 13

Let's Talk About Those Who Have Died Who Has Come Out Against The System - NWO
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The Lucid Dreaming Podcast

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Meditations by Marcus Aurelius

Loyal Books


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El Estoico | Estoicismo en español

El Estoico

#81 - Séneca a Lucilio, sobre el tiempo (Carta I)

En el episodio de hoy empiezo una nueva serie de episodios del podcast, donde iré comentando las cartas de Séneca a Lucilio.También lo hago en directos de Instagram, y lo haré en vídeos de YouTube  porque así podéis escucharlo como más os guste, y a mí me viene genial para recordarlo una y otra vez. Porque no importa las veces que lo repita, ni las que lo escuches, porque recibimos tantos estímulos a lo largo del día que siempre se nos termina olvidando. Por eso es importante volver a las mismas ideas una y otra vez.Espero que te guste y te ayude.1) Para unirte al programa "Memento Mori": Para unirte a mi Patreon: Paleobull es el patrocinador de este podcast. Si haces una compra en su web ( usando el código ELESTOICO tendrás un 10% de descuento cada vez que lo utilices.

The Butterfly Forecast

Melody Ehsani and Julie Burns Walker

Storytelling: Through the Lens of Afshin Shahidi

It seems as though Afshin Shahidi has been a storyteller since birth. We follow his journey of how he has used film and photography to share those stories with us through his lens.
With his work ranging from serving as personal photographer to Prince for 20 years to spending 7 years creating a documentary for Olympian Tommy Smith, we look forward to the next part of his expression of telling his own stories.

The Sisyphus 55 Podcast

Sisyphus 55

12: What is the Good Life

What is the good life? We discuss...

New Ideal, from the Ayn Rand Institute

Ayn Rand Institute

Ayn Rand on the Necessity of Moral Judgment

In contrast to the "judge not, lest ye be judged" commonplace, Ayn Rand thought we should never fail to pronounce moral judgment. But there is confusion among her readers about what this means, about why moral judgment is necessary, and how this view relates to the rest of her philosophy. Rand's fiction and nonfiction philosophical work both shed light on the meaning and importance of moral judgment. Join Onkar Ghate and Ben Bayer to explore the philosophical roots, implications, and applications of this provocative view.

The Power of Your Subconscious Mind - Chapter by Chapter readings

Layne Smith-Brown

Episode 22 - WHOLE BOOK

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The Moral Imagination

Michael Matheson Miller

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Point of Inquiry

Center for Inquiry

Timothy Caulfield on the Infodemic and Spread of Misinformation

This week's episode is a bit different. Please enjoy a talk from Timothy Caulfield that originally aired on Skeptical Inquirer Presents. SIP is a live online series of talks from some of the brightest minds in the reality based community and is just one of the many great shows that the Center for Inquiry produces. This recent episode of the series featured Timothy Caulfield where he was presented with the Robert P. Balles Annual Prize in Critical Thinking. Afterwards, Caulfield gave an informative talk on the state of the infodemic of misinformation, what we've learned, and ways to deal with the problem. It was something we thought fans of Point of Inquiry would enjoy! The spread of misinformation seems to intensify with each passing week. From social media to cable news to popular podcasts, science-free bunk is everywhere. The ongoing “infodemic” is doing tangible harm to public health, public discourse, and


Sean McCann

WTD ep.39 Aaron Butler 'psychopaths'

Aaron Butler joins us to discuss psychopathy, how it operates in a person and in society as a whole. A psychopath is not human, their brain chemistry is physically different. The psychopath believes this to be an evolutionary advantage. Aaron also explains 10 professions that are more heavily populated with psychopaths. The discussion ends with defense against the psychopath.
Please enjoy the show.

The Reith Lectures

BBC Radio 4

AI: A Future for Humans

Stuart Russell suggests a way forward for human control over super-powerful artificial intelligence. He argues for the abandonment of the current “standard model” of AI, proposing instead a new model based on three principles - chief among them the idea that machines should know that they don’t know what humans’ true objectives are. Echoes of the new model are already found in phenomena as diverse as menus, market research, and democracy. Machines designed according to the new model would be, Russell suggests, deferential to humans, cautious and minimally invasive in their behaviour and, crucially, willing to be switched off. He will conclude by exploring further the consequences of success in AI for our future as a species.

Stuart Russell is Professor of Computer Science and founder of the Center for Human-Compatible Artificial Intelligence at the University of California, Berkeley.

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Engaging The Phenomenon

James Iandoli

Dr. Garry Nolan - Anomalous Cognition and Analysis of UFO Materials

It was an honor to be joined by Dr. Garry Nolan to discuss his research into Anomalous Cognition and Analysis of UFO Materials. In my opinion, he is a pioneer and one of the most important people involved in the study of the UFO Phenomenon.

Pro-Life in 7 Minutes

Katherine Burow

Learn how you can use the Abortion Dialogue Academy's "7-minute argument" to persuade a pro-choice person to be pro-life in 7 minutes. On average, 1 in 5 pro-choice people change their mind on abortion after hearing ADA's "7-minute argument."

Faysalosophy Podcast | فيصلُوسُفِي بودكاست

Faysal Yousif

19° Of Enlightenment – الكتابة

الكتابةمراية تنظر فيها وتشوف نفسك, الكتابة علاج لامراض مالها دواء, اكتب ولو راح تحرق اللي كتبته

Other Life

Justin Murphy

The Bull Case for Milady: Evaluating NFTs and Debunking the Miya FUD with Vers la Lune

Vers la Lune is an NFT degen who hosts the podcast Version 4, which published the first interview with Miya the BPD God in 2020. As Crypto Twitter influencers try to cancel the Milady NFTs for association with Miya, this podcast provides a totally different narrative in the context of Vers' first-hand knowledge of the Miya/Milady nexus and his larger perspective on NFT valuation.Vers la Lune✦ Vers on Twitter✦ The Version 4 podcast with Charlotte Fang representing MiyaOther Life✦ Subscribe to the coolest newsletter in the world✦ Get a free Urbit planet at✦ We're building a new country at✦ If you're working on independent intellectual work, join the next cohort of

Jouissance Vampires

Jouissance Vampires

Psychiatry and Trauma with Vincenzo Di Nicola

We are joined by Dr. Vincenzo Di Nicola to discuss modern psychiatry and his work on trauma, family therapy and the philosophical underpinnings of psychiatry. We discuss the prevalence of trauma discourse, the philosophy of Alain Badiou, why social dynamics are often ignored by modern psychiatry and psychology, and we examine the history of the "anti-psychiatry movement" with special focus on R.D. Laing, Jacques Lacan and Frantz Fanon. Vincenzo Di Nicola is an Italian-Canadian psychologist, psychiatrist and family therapist, and philosopher of mind. Di Nicola is a tenured Full Professor in the Dept. of Psychiatry & Addiction Medicine at the University of Montreal, where he founded and directs the postgraduate course on Psychiatry and the Humanities, and Clinical Professor in the Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at The George Washington University, where he gave The 4th Annual Stokes Endowment Lecture in 2013.

History of Indian and Africana Philosophy

Peter Adamson, Jonardon Ganeri, Chike Jeffers

HAP 102 - From Cuba with Love - Juan Rene Betancourt

The Cuban activist and author Juan Rene Betancourt urges racial solidarity and reckons with the revolution under Castro and the island’s turn towards Communism.

Emerge: Making Sense of What's Next

Daniel Thorson

A podcast based inquiry into the next phase of the human experiment. Support this podcast:


Onassis Foundation, Simon Critchley

Extra: Eat Your Funky Dasein

Slow down, take your time, open your ears and enjoy the music. With Apply-Degger podcast series coming to an end, Simon Critchley teams up with musician, composer and sound designer, John Simmons to present a bonus track supported by the Onassis Foundation. In other words, this is the perfect season finale.

The Daily Objective

Ayn Rand Centre UK

Judaism - TDO 437 | Rucka & Jason Rheins

Dialogues with Richard Reeves

Richard V. Reeves

Christine Emba on ethical sex

Something's wrong with our sex lives. That's according to Christine Emba. In her new book, Rethinking Sex: A Provocation she argues that too many people are having sex that is consenting, but not good. Sex that makes us feel used, or sad, or alienated in some way or another. She argues for an ethic of sex that is based on the Aristotelian definition of love as "willing the good of the other".
Christine and I talk quite a bit about the differences between men and women when it comes to sex, and the dangers of women being held up (or perhaps down), to masculine ideas of sex. We talk about how the restriction of the debate about sex to one of consent misses the mark in terms of what people are seeking; the so-called "sex recession" as fewer younger adult report having sex (and whether that is a good or a bad thing); we agree that good sex, defined ethically, is not constrained by a particular institutional arrangement - and

The Nietzsche Podcast

Untimely Reflections

27: Plato's Symposium, part 1: The Power of Love

You don't need money, don't take fame
Don't need no credit card to ride this train
It's strong and it's sudden and it's cruel sometimes
But it might just save your life
That's the power of love
Today, we discuss Nietzsche's lieblingsdichtung, or favorite work, from the time of his graduation at Schulpforta: Plato's Symposium. The Symposium is one of the most popular Platonic dialogues, which considers the topic of love, and the nature of the god Eros, who represents love as a metaphysical or divine force. While those who have only a passing familiarity with Nietzsche may be surprised to hear that the pitiless philosopher was enamored with a conversation about the finer points of love and romance, in fact, Plato's Symposium is rich with insights that had a profound impact on Nietzsche. Central to the conversation in the Symposium is the understanding of the power of love - for love, as with all things t

Philosophy Tube - Daily Philosophy Lectures

Alan Watts

Alan Watts Lectures



好青年荼毒室,顧名思義,是一個專門荼毒青年的地方。二千多年前,曾經有個叫蘇格拉底的人,因為荼毒青年而被判死,最終他把毒藥一飲而盡。 今天,一群中毒已深的人,建立起這個荼毒室,好等大家都能一起走進哲學的世界。這是個會荼毒人的地方,因為你會開始發現身邊的一切,並非如此理所當然;你會開始反省,追問生命、世界、語言、科學、倫理、知識、政治等每事每物的本質。從此,你可能不再是循規蹈矩的好青年。

Primal Survival Podcast

Primal Survival Podcast

Prepping for 2021 Survival Podcast

Should we be prepping for suvival in 2021? Is being ready for survival in 2021 the most important thing we should do today for tomorrow. On this Prepping for 2021 Survival Podcast, we talk about all areas of preparedness we need to focos on NOW! Join Us

Good in Theory: A Political Philosophy Podcast

Clif Mark

40 - Is Liberal Democracy the Best We Can Do? feat. The Morality of Everyday Things

Is democracy the worst form of government except for all the others or is it just the worst? This is a crossover with the  delightful Morality of Everyday Things podcast. Jake and Ant and I discuss what liberal democracy is, the arguments in its favour, and some big critiques. Episode includes Plato, Nazis and Lizards. Enjoy! Also, go listen to MOET pod! ReferencesFrancis Fukuyama, The End of History and the Last ManCarl Schmitt The Crisis of Parliamentary DemocracyKarl Popper, The Open Society and its EnemiesSupport the show (

The Negro Subversive Podcast

The Negro Subversive

A podcast project in pursuit of the Pan-African revolution



Ep.104 八字多重有差嗎?袁天罡秤骨歌解析!

常常聽到的八字幾兩重準嗎?太輕真的會比較容易遇到鬼嗎?少年來解釋啦! 1.什麼是秤骨歌 2.少年多支多重 3.秤骨歌準嗎? 小額贊助支持本節目: 留言告訴我你對這一集的想法: Powered by Firstory Hosting

This I Believe

This I Believe, Inc.

Will Thomas: The Birthright of Human Dignity

Will Thomas had planned to give up on America and move to Haiti after putting up with decades of bigotry and injustice toward African Americans. Then he decided to give the country one more chance, moving his family to an all-white town in Vermont.

Intellectual Conservatism

Suan Sonna

A Nearly Comprehensive Response to Gavin Ortlund on Papal Typology Isaiah 22:22-Matthew 16:19

Suan Sonna responds to Gavin Ortlund's objections to the Isaiah 22:22-Matthew 16:19 typology for the papacy. Suan includes clips from Gavin's channel, their debate, and Suan's own commentary. 

Essays, First Series by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Loyal Books

“I do not wish to treat friendships daintily but with roughest courage. When they are real, they are not glass beads or frost-work but the solidest thing we know....” is how Ralph Waldo Emerson saw the ties of friendship in one of his essays titled Friendship, more than a hundred years ago. This and other interesting essays are included in Essays First Series by Ralph Waldo Emerson, the distinguished American philosopher and writer. Apart from writing, he was also a very gifted and popular public speaker who toured the length and breadth of the country sharing his ideas with the larger public. A distinguishing feature of Emerson's work in both lectures and writings was that he initially focused on religious and spiritual matters like many of his contemporaries, but in time, he moved away from such a narrow range and deepened and broadened the nature of his ideas. His friends included Thoreau, Oliver Wendell Holmes and through his works, he extended his influence to many thinkers, including those as widely different as Nietzsche and William James (who was also his godson.) His ideas were considered quite innovative and radical for the time. He was a staunch believer in individual freedom and equality of the races. As a strong supporter of abolitionism, he believed that slavery was a prime example of human injustice. Known as the “Concord Sage” Emerson's thoughts influenced the politics and thinking of the age. His essays were almost all written for the lecture format initially and their almost conversational style makes them very readable. These essays cover a range of subjects including Prudence, Self-Reliance, Heroism, Art, Spiritual Laws, History and a host of other interesting topics. Today the art of essay-writing and reading has almost disappeared and Essays First Series written by a master of the form can indeed provide hours of thought-provoking and deeply philosophical reading.

Church For The Wild

Church For The Wild

Don’t Listen To Me Episode 106: “Lontrell Williams”

On Don’t Listen To Me Episode 106: “Lontrell Williams” Nerd & Mally discuss Fathers Day/Juneteenth, Nerd makes a passionate attempt at getting the Pooh Shiesty Mask off the streets, a new Drake era begins and plenty more. With my from DJ No Answer, enjoy !

Songs played during break:
Sunsets In The Ghetto by UFO Fev
Win, Lose or Draw by Gucci Mane ft Quentin Miller

The UnMute Podcast

Myisha Cherry

Episode 064: Carol Hay on Thinking Like a Feminist

Myisha Cherry chats with philosopher Carol Hay about feminism, what it means to think like a feminist, queer communities, dancing, and more.

The Ground Shots Podcast

Kelly Moody

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Winding Stairs Freemasonry Podcast | Created by a Freemason for those interested in the Study of Freemasonry and the Art

Juan Sepulveda

What is Freemasonry? Are the Freemasons really a Secret Society? How can the Masonic Journey transform a good man into a better man? The honorable fraternity of Freemasonry has endured for centuries and has been present in some of the greatest moments in modern history. What sets Masons apart from an ordinary man? The answer to these and many questions are explained in this Masonic Podcast. Created by a Master Mason for Masons and those interested in knowing more about Masonry and the Art of Self improvement.


Mizwad | مزواد

فلسفة بودكاست نناقش فيه مع الدكتور عبدالله المطيري والأستاذ شايع الوقيان ( الدكتور / قريباً ) قضايا متعلقة بالفلسفة وذلك في مسارين .. الأول قضايا الفلسفة ومباحثها ومذاهبها مع الأستاذ شايع والثاني أهم كتب الفلسفة عبر العصور مع الدكتور عبدالله المطيري ..

The Consciousness Podcast

The Consciousness Podcast

Episode 42: Psilocybin, Addiction and Consciousness with Dr. Garcia-Romeu

In this episode, I had the honor of speaking with Dr. Albert Garcia-Romeu, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins and a Guest Researcher at the National Institute on Drug Abuse Intramural...
The post Episode 42: Psilocybin, Addiction and Consciousness with Dr. Garcia-Romeu appeared first on The Consciousness Podcast.

Philosophy and Science of Human Nature

Tamar Gendler

Philosophy and the Science of Human Nature pairs central texts from Western philosophical tradition (including works by Plato, Aristotle, Epictetus, Hobbes, Kant, Mill, Rawls and Nozick) with recent findings in cognitive science and related fields. The course is structured around three intertwined sets of topics: Happiness and Flourishing; Morality and Justice; and Political Legitimacy and Social Structures.

Open Your Eyes with McKay Christensen

McKay Christensen

S1E51 - It’s Time to Move

Today, McKay talks all about action on the podcast, starting off the episode by recounting Ernest Shackleton’s 1914 expedition to Antarctica.  After two years of combatting ice, cold temperatures, and the ocean, Shackleton finally managed to save his team and bring them home.  McKay attributes his unlikely success to his willingness to move and set his plans into action, and points out that many of us overthink far too much and are paralyzed by our thoughts.  To overcome our overthinking, action is the best remedy - making moves, changing our thought processes, and cultivating what McKay calls our emotional homes are key to success.
During the latter half of this episode, McKay introduces Larry Lemieux, an Olympic sailor who made the heroic decision to forfeit his pursuit of the gold medal to save his competitors drowning in the water.  It was his quick action skills that made this move possible - he didn’t overthink. 

Outsider Theory

Geoff Shullenberger

The Great Debasement with Alice Gribbin

Essayist and poet Alice Gribbin joins me to discuss her recent essay in Tablet, "The Great Debasement," on the ideological transformation of museums and other cultural institutions into propaganda organs; the utilitarian attitude to art; the continued relevance of John Berger's "Ways of Seeing"; and more.

Fularsız Entellik

Immanuel Tolstoyevski | Podbee Media

Aptallaşıyor muyuz 3: Test Problemleri ve Problemli Testler

IQ testlerinin tarihinden devam edip, modern testlerdeki problemlere geliyoruz. Geçen bölümde olduğu gibi birkaç örnek soru ekledim yine. Mesela: Tuz ile suyun en önemli ortak yanı nedir? (Duyuru: Safsatalar Ansiklopedisi Kısaltılmış Edisyon çıktı!)Bölümler:(00:45) Acıların çocuğu Darryl(02:25) Yerde cüzdan bulunca ne yapmalısınız(04:15) Tuz ile su arasında ne ortak(05:15) Özel eğitim: bedavaya kasiyerlik(07:55) Raven's Progressive Matrices(10:30) Test sorunları: Tekrar ve motivasyon(12:30) Mensa ve online IQ testleri(14:00) Mutluluğu banka hesabıyla ölçmek(16:05) Sonraki bölüm: G faktörü(17:10) Patreon teşekkürleri.Kaynaklar:Zenci çocuklara IQ testinin yasaklanması Raven’s progressive matrices test Mensa Norveç testi See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

The Bible Teacher's Podcast

Through the Word

Regardless of where you are on your journey of teaching the Bible, The Bible Teacher’s Podcast is for you! We are here to equip you, Bible teachers, to do what you do better and together with you to elevate the craft of Bible teaching. This is your place to get equipped, get trained, and while you're at it, get a behind-the-scenes look here at TTW. Join Kris Langham and Peyton Jones as they dive into the art and craft of teaching and preaching.


Beau Miles

Pilot Episode: Jade on being the smarter sibling

Being a big sister is a big responsibility, especially when the little brother is a bit loose. With mum as contender for being the first reader of The Backyard Adventurer, which also means she was the key typo finder for the first edition, Jade knows the book as well as I do. As siblings we talk about being writers, before moving onto some more Beau and Jade memories that are a bit fun, irrelevant, and typical of good friends that are also related. CLICK HERE TO GET A SIGNED COPY OF MY BOOK AND HERE TO FOLLOW JADEVoting is now closed, thanks to everyone who voted. Goodonyas!

High Theory

High Theory

High Theory Relaunch!

We are so excited to partner up with the New Books Network! Don’t worry, our episodes, as always will be available here on this website, and on our regular feeds wherever you go to get your podcasts! We will be relaunching our entire catalog of episodes between April and July, 2022. Rediscover your favorites and […]

Cup of Tao

Chris L McClish

Control and Expectation

Cup of Tao Season 5 Episode 3 - Control and ExpectationHosted by Chris L McClish In this episode: I talk about how our expectations of a certain outcome can set up suffering, and about how accepting fate or the outcome, and even mentally preparing ourselves for a bad outcome, contrary to popular belief, may be beneficial.  Cup of Tao is a production of CoachCMC LLC – and is on the web at   Also visit Chris McClish's website! Social Media:  I'm on Twitter @coachcmc. This podcast is also on Twitter @cupoftao.  Support me:  I can’t guarantee that I will keep the show going or feel the need to direct you to support the show.  If you have enjoyed the show or want to support me, just visit  - where you can make a donation either by debit card, credit card, Apple Pay, or Google Pay processed through Square. You can also make a PayPal donation to support me, visit https://pa

عوالم الفلسفة

طارق سعد القرني

عوالم الفلسفة | دروس الفلسفة | الحلقة الثالثة عشر - سبينوزا - الجزء الأول

تسجيل لدروس عوالم الفلسفة على مساحات تويتر مع الأستاذ القدير/ طارق سعد القرني.تُعلمنا الفلسفة أن نتواصل بطريقة نافعة ومسؤولة، وأن صناعة الحضارة تستحق الجهد المبذول، وأن مانفعله اليوم سيجنيه من" بعدنا ويذكرنا بالخير."- طارق سعد القرني

پادکست بوم

Mehdi Abbasi

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Reactionary Minds with Aaron Ross Powell

The UnPopulist

Reactionary Minds is a show about why some people reject liberalism and what the rest of us can do about it. Produced by The UnPopulist.

Meditations with Zohar

SoulShop, Inc

John Tomasi: Deep Calls Unto Deep S1 E5

This week, Zohar is joined by John Tomasi, fusionist political philosopher and Brown University professor turned inaugural President of Heterodox Academy, to discuss the agony and the ecstasy of academia, whether philosophers should care about the weather, why skepticism and faith can be friends, the sublime loneliness of public libraries, and the importance of leaving the familiar.
Meditations with Zohar is sponsored by Cometeer, an exceptional new coffee company using cutting-edge technology to preserve and deliver specialty coffee in its purest, most original form. Use the link to get $20 off your first order.
Read more from Zohar in his Torah newsletter Etz Hasadeh or his philosophy newsletter What is Called Thinking.
Meditations with Zohar is a production of SoulShop and Lyceum Studios.



In Pursuit of Meaning


McCalla Ann

A bi-weekly interview style cast on occult education with an emphasis on philosophy, psychology, theology, and critical thinking. Join your host McCalla Ann, folk witch and kabbalistic scholar, as she engages in discussions with other practitioners of the occult which honor that harmonious and liminal space between theory and praxis.

The Lack

Helen Rollins, Benjamin Studebaker, and Nina Power

Peter’s Friends

This episode is on the 1992 film, Peter's Friends. To hear the B side next week, subscribe on Patreon.


Matt Arnold

After the collapse of the 20th-century systematic mode of social organization, how can we move from our internet-enabled atomized mode, toward a fluid mode? We take problems of meaning-making, typically considered spiritual, and turn them into practical problems, which are more tractable. You can support the podcast and get episodes a week early, by supporting the Patreon: If you like the show, consider buying me a coffee: This is a nonfiction audiobook narrated by Matt Arnold with the permission of the author, David Chapman. Full text at:

CHITHEADS from Embodied Philosophy

Embodied Philosophy

Shamanic Healing, Divine Feminine, Buddhist Meditation, and the 4 Yogas Mini-Trainings

In this episode, Jacob shares four trailers from free mini-trainings we've recently released on the Divine Feminine, Buddhist Meditation, the 4 Yogas, and Shamanic Healing Techniques – all of which can be found on Sādhaka, one of our new podcast series. In addition, the episode ends with a guided meditation on Nondual Tonglen with our dear friend Shambhavi Sarasvati. 

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بودكاست سقرطة

Independent Arabia Podcasts

تأملات في الأمومة

في هذه الحلقة محاولة لتأمل علاقة الأمومة من منظور فلسفي أخلاقي للتعرف على أبعاد هذه العلاقة وعمقها في الخبرة الإنسانية.

Keeping It Civil

School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership

Keeping It Civil is co-produced by the School of Economic Thought and Leadership and Arizona PBS. The podcast seeks answers to key questions about the future of American life with fast-paced interviews with scholars and intellectuals. Hosted by Joshua Sellers and Henry Thomson.

Liminal Phrames

Liminal Phrames

Episode 003

In this episode of Liminal Phrames, Exo & Nathan discuss the origin of the term "daemons", the rise of The Collins Elite, & how religious notions of angels & demons inevitably surface in discussions regarding the UFO Phenomenon within our current cultural framework.

Behind the Paranormal with Paul & Ben Eno on WOON 1240 AM and 99.3 FM Providence/Boston

Paul & Ben Eno

Join father-son authors and paranormal adventurers Paul & Ben Eno, with their 65+ years of experience in the field, for the most refreshingly thoughtful paranormal show around since 2008. Take in their interviews with eminent experts and everyday experiencers alike (who are sometimes one and the same), along with on-location shows and panel discussions from conferences and their own case sites. Their unique and progressive theories and methods are brought to bear on everything from ghosts, UFOs, cryptids and phenomena that don't even have names yet, to questions about God, the afterlife, the nature of consciousness and the very fabric of reality. Everything you know is wrong.

Us & Them

Trey Kay and WVPB

We tell stories from the fault lines that separate Americans. Peabody Award-winning public radio producer Trey Kay listens to people on both sides of the divide.

Ask Mr. Wonderful

Kevin O'Leary / Antica Productions

From money and careers to sex and love - no topic is off the table when ABC's Shark Tank investor, Kevin O'Leary (aka "Mr. Wonderful") dispenses advice. Listen as O'Leary and his notable guests untie your knottiest problems with sincere, and sometimes brutal, honesty.

The Sisu Way

Scott McGee: Grit, Character, Mindfulness, Gratitude, Fitness, Leadership, Service.

39: Jen Widerstrom – Discovering Strength

Jen Widerstrom’s resume will tell you that she is a celebrity fitness trainer, Coach on the NBC show The Biggest Loser, former American Gladiator, model, best selling author of the book Diet Right for Your Personality Type, entrepreneur, and Fitness Director for Shape Magazine. But as we know on this show, sometimes: “Everything that can … Continue reading 39: Jen Widerstrom – Discovering Strength

All of Grace by Charles H. Spurgeon

Loyal Books

01 - What Are We At?

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Love & Liberation

Olivia Clementine

Zenju Earthlyn Manuel: To Be a Seer & Zen Rituals for Transformation

Some of what Zenju Earthly shares includes: Nakedness and the beginning of zen practice.  On not promoting anything or ‘how to’ … Trusting in oneself and dealing with ones chaos Witches, magic, spells and chanting Going deep with simple offerings On ancestors and acknowledging past. Oppression from a spiritual perspective Her awakening on the relative as the gateway to the absolute. To be a seer and clairsentience Ritual and Ceremony as a way to see and transform How her experience of suffering has changed The miracle and journey of being able to express herself Trauma, wounds and interconnection Dream practice, prophesy and her future book Dharani mantras Stillness and silence in the midst Pathways that support focus and create vastness  

Align To Your Design

Baeth Davis

If you aren't getting what you want, it's because you think you know who you are. But do you? If you did, you would be getting what you want. What stops most people from knowing who they really are is the fear of failure, rejection or being called out as a fraud. So a person says, "I'd rather stay ignorant of my Life Purpose than know it and fail to do it." Even if you are successful, this podcast is for you if you know there has to be more - more soul satisfaction - rather than boredom, depression, anger, bitterness, disappointment or frustration. In order to grow a successful business, you must know who you are at a soul level - call it your blueprint, your design, your DNA. The acorn grows into an oak tree, not a willow tree. Do you even know what your seed wants to become? Baeth Davis rants (in her inspiring, humorous way) on the insanity of struggling to "make more money" and "get by." When you know your design, your life is financed because you are in the flow. Join Baeth as she shares her 20 years of wisdom as a million-dollar business owner and interviews celebrities, successful entrepreneurs and innovators on the leading edge of consciousness who have overcome the belief that something is missing to living a life of prosperity. Isn't it time YOU experienced right work for right pay?

The Ron Engelman Podcast

Ron Engelman

Evil thrives when good men and woman do nothing. When they fail to make a stand. Sure, fighting, self defense and survival are up there on the list of topics, but I go wherever the quest for knowledge takes me. Join forces with me as I interrogate the experts.

The Idea Store

Genevieve Sugrue

Great Minds (1992 audio), Moliere

Moliere's The Misanthrope. Thank you to the listener who supplied us with the audio! 


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HER With Amena Brown

iHeartPodcasts, Amena Brown and Seneca Women Podcast Network

Behind the Poetry: Garden of Me

This week I’m taking y’all behind the poetry with one of my newish poems! Listen in to hear the books and experience that have been a part of my becoming and how I began to rediscover my voice! 

To get transcripts, links, and details from each episode, check out the show notes. To continue your support of the podcast and my work, become a member of my Patreon community where you can get access to archived episodes, bonus episodes, and behind the scenes content. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter, for podcast clips, poetry quotes and random quips. For information on how to book me to speak or perform at an event, visit Thanks for listening and thanks for your support! 

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A World to Win with Grace Blakeley


Who Benefited from Britain's Empire? With Kojo Koram

Grace talks to Kojo Koram, who teaches in the School of Law at Birkbeck College and is the author of Uncommon Wealth: Britain and the Aftermath of Empire, about why the government is trying to change the curriculum to include a more 'balanced' perspective on Britain's empire. We ask who actually benefited from the days of formal empire, how imperialism continues to this day, and why the right are so keen to keep the culture wars alive. You can support our work on the show by becoming a Patron. Thanks to producer Sarah Hurd for filling in this week and to the Lipman-Miliband Trust for making this episode possible.

In Search of Wisdom

Perennial Leader Project

John Sellars | Stoicism and Epicureanism

In this episode, my guest is John Sellars, the author of the new book The Pocket Epicurean. Professor Sellars is a Reader in Philosophy at Royal Holloway, University of London, a Visiting Research Fellow at King's College London. He is also the author of Lessons in Stoicism, The Art of Living, and many others. In the conversation, John and I discuss:Finding TranquilityThe Wisdom of NatureWhat we actually need to live a good lifeHow the Stoics and Epicureans viewed the role of virtueHow to think about emotionsWisdom in daily life and much moreConnect with John Sellars: In Search of Wisdom:Subscribe to our YouTube ChannelTwitter: for The PATH, our free newsletter (short reflections on wisdom).

Philosophy is Sexy

Les Podcasteurs

Episode 6 - Qu'est-ce qu'éduquer veut dire?

Philosophy Is Sexy n’est pas qu’un podcast, c’est une parenthèse intime, un pas de côté, pour oser la philosophie, la désacraliser, la remettre au cœur de notre vie et se laisser inspirer. Marie Robert, auteure du best-seller traduit en quinze langues, "Kant tu ne sais plus quoi faire", de "Descartes pour les jours de doute" et"Le Voyage de Pénélope" (Flammarion-Versilio) nous interpelle de son ton complice et entrainant. La prof qu’on aurait aimé avoir, celle surtout qui va faire des philosophes nos précieux alliés. Pédagogique des écoles Montessori Esclaibes. @PhilosophyIsSexy Voir pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

The Awakening Code


The Age of Aquarius. The Dawn of a New Era. The “Shift”…. Whatever you want to call it, we are living in a time full of both promise and challenge. Join author Eric Rankin and community connector Michelle Anderson as they delve into "other-worldy" topics. From spirituality to energy medicine to dolphin intelligence to ancient aliens, no subject is too far outside of the box to discuss.

1 Insight

Rich Litvin, Founder of 4PC

S15EP03: Recovering overachiever

Tasha was an educator then and a registered nurse, for 16 years. She's Type A by nature – driven, highly organized, ambitious and impatient. She starts the coaching session by asking me about how to do less. You see, she doesn't want to go back to her old ways as she builds a successful coaching practice. I introduce her to a new distinction, “Less but better…” It’s a game changer for her. And in that moment – 90 seconds after we’ve begun – I realize that she needs to practice this, right now. So I tell her we’re done! The best gift you can ever give a client is to create space for insight. The second best gift is to gently push them to turn that insight into action... Love. Rich PS. For most of human history, it wasn’t called coaching. It was called leadership. Download an FAQ for great leaders who want to be great coaches - with a handful of high-performing, high-fee clients.

Musings from the Mount

Meditation Mount

A weekly conversation of all things esoteric with Michael Lindfield and Joseph Carenza, presented by Meditation Mount and HeartLight Productions. This podcast is brought to you by Meditation Mount, a non-profit spiritual center in Ojai, CA, visit us online at


Sami Yusuf

'Reflections' is a search for meaning and understanding through a series of dialogues between Sami Yusuf and some of the most remarkable minds today as they explore the ideas and values that are shaping our world. Leading creative thinkers bring their wisdom to topics ranging from culture, arts, spirituality, sciences, and much more, and discuss underlying trends and ideas in their full depth and subtlety.

The Sunday Stoic

Steve Karafit

302: Meditations 10.31-33: Stoking the Fire of Reason

We've made it to 1000,000 downloads! Thanks everyone!This week Marcus writes about 3 major topics.1. People just like you once existed, lived their lives and are now gone. Seize the day!2. People may say you are untrustworthy. Make sure they are lying! 3. Make use of what ever happens and use it to your advantage.

Unsafe Space

Carter Laren

[Episode 0804] [Rebel Civics] Tommy Goes to Harlem

In this special episode, Thomas St. Thomas reads his self-published children’s book, “Tommy Goes To Harlem.” Enjoy and learn from this story about Thomas Sowell’s early life, books, libraries, the value of education, and the success all this can lead to--regardless of where one comes from. The video includes the wonderful graphics following the story. Suitable lessons here for children of all ages!

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About Rebel Civics
Hosted by Keith Bessette, Rebel Civics covers the principles of society and government, the ideas upon which America was founded, the history of the development of these principles, and current even

Academia CBN - Mario Sergio Cortella


Idosa chora ao vivo ao falar de fome e emociona repórter

Mario Sergio Cortella fala sobre a fome que atinge milhões de pessoas no Brasil. Ele menciona o vídeo de uma idosa que chorou ao falar sobre a fome e emocionou a repórter da Globo e os telespectadores. 'Infelizmente a expressão morrer de fome não é apenas uma hipérbole', diz o comentarista.

Core Curriculum

The Christian Humanist Radio Network

In "The Core Curriculum," members of various shows on The Christian Humanist Radio Network read (very) slowly through the books on Columbia University's Core Curriculum list, from Homer through the 20th century. Come read along with us!

Universalism Against the World

Kaliya Rivet

Christian universalism is a lonely position due to its paradoxical combination of inclusivity and exclusivity. In this podcast of speculative theology, my guests and I engage the topic both rationally and mystically.

Untamed & Unashamed

Jade Bryce

Dreams as Messengers & Animal Symbolism w/ Rosy Aronson

Todays guest is an inspirational artist, author, teacher, blossoming guide whose deepest intention is to provide empowering tools for people to awaken their Inner Wisdom Keeper and bloom into their authentic selves. An avid permission-giver, pressure-dissolver and embracer of the unknown, She believes we are literally designed to blossom, and the more each of us radically trusts, honors and expresses our true nature, the more magic we can create together. Please help me welcome Rosy Aronson to untamed & unashamed!

We discuss:

-the Dream Arc as an antidote to so much of the suffering and disconnect that's taken hold of our world-in-transition

-How we can use dreams to heal

-Our body is a reservoir of timeless ancestral wisdom

-how we can learn to engage more in our dream life

-a sense of creat

Magnus Podcast

Albertus Magnus Institute, Inc.

Ep. 046 - Joseph Pearce introduces you to Homer’s Iliad

"Sing, goddess, the anger of Peleus’ son Achilleus and its devastation,…” Enjoy this taste of the Magnus Fellowship with Senior Fellow Joseph Pearce and Magnus Fellows as they dive into the world of Homer and explore the first three books of his Iliad.

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glenwood "HEART TO HEART"

長谷川 潤

第34回 SDGs for Youth | Guest : 上田壮一

「SDGs for School」を主宰するThink The Earthの上田壮一さんがゲスト。SDGsの17の目標をただ暗記するのではなく行動に結びつけるための施策、こどもたちならではの斬新なアイディアの話、そしてこどもたちのためにいま大人がすべきことなど、明るい未来につながるお話を聞きました。
Think the Earth (Running Time 57:03)

Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche

Loyal Books

Chapter 00

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Social Studies

Leighton Woodhouse

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

David Cayley

David Cayley - podcasts

The Overpopulation Podcast

Population Balance

The Overpopulation Podcast is produced by Population Balance. We offer education and solutions to address the impacts of human overpopulation and overconsumption on the planet, people, and animals. We do this by: empowering people to make liberated and informed family choices free from the pervasive forces of pronatalism that pressure us into having children; advocating for a radical shift in our relationship to animals and the rest of the natural world—from that of dominion to one of reverence and stewardship; challenging unjust and growth-driven cultural, political, and economic systems that exploit marginalized human communities and threaten all life on earth. Join co-hosts Nandita Bajaj and Alan Ware, along with guest experts, as we shine a little light on this often misunderstood subject.

The Ego and His Own - Max Stirner

Max Stirner

In this book, his most famous, Max Stirner presents a philosophical case for a radical egoism that shuns the socially-oriented outlooks of both "establishment" ideologies and of revolutionaries in favor of an extreme individualism. The book is most widely talked about today only through the lens of other philosophers' thought: Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels launched a famous assault on it in The German Ideology, and some draw a connection between Stirner's thoughts here and Nietzsche's egoism a generation later. But it is worth reading in its own right, as much for its lyricism as the challenge of its philosophical proposals. View our full collection of podcasts at our website: or YouTube channel: This is a Librivox Recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain.