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Best Kierkegaard podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Kierkegaard podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The writings listed here represent books about Soren Kierkegaard. A fragment of his work, On the Dedication to "That Single Individual", has made it to the public domain. Who was Soren Kierkegaard? He was a Danish philosopher and religious author; b. Copenhagen May 6, 1813; d. there Nov. 11, 1855. His father, Michael, a clothing merchant, once cursed God when he was young. This one incident caused him so much distress that it affected him with a deep melancholy, which he transferred to poor ...
 
Jesus declared to his disciples, "If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me." Christ never offered to be part of our life or fit into our lives. His offer was to become our life. Soren Kierkegaard, Danish Philosopher nailed it in his book Provocations when he said, "The Bible is very easy to understand. But we Christians are a bunch of scheming swindlers. We pretend to be unable to understand it because we know very well that the minute w ...
 
Eighteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include the English countryside; William Randolph Hearst and journalism; the philosophy of Soren Kierkegaard, John Dewey and others; General William T. Sherman's voyage to San Francisco; the metric system, and the future of the machine age. (Summary by Sue Anderson) Bjornson's "Beyond Human Power" and Kierkegaard's "What Says the Fire Marshal?" were both translated by Lee Milton HollanderThe tra ...
 
Johan August Strindberg was a Swedish playwright who has had many of his works read into Librivox by volunteers. From his earliest work, Strindberg developed forms of dramatic action, language, and visual composition so innovative that many were to become technically possible to stage only with the advent of film. He is considered the "father" of modern Swedish literature. The Growth of a Soul is Strindberg's own literary autobiography and recreation of the spirit of the times at Upsala Univ ...
 
Savnssending Filosoffarnir er ein sending, har Armgarð Arge tosar við Jógvan D. Hansen, lærara í heimspeki. Hvør sending viðgerð ein heimsspeking og tað, sum hann hevur hugsað, gjørt og skrivað. Evnini eru ymisk. Hvat er menniskja? Hvør er Guð? Hvørji eru vit, hvaðani koma vit, og hvar fara vit? Hvat kunnu vit fata, og hvat kunnu vit sansa? Og um fólkaræði, kapitalismu og kommunismu.
 
Bowler's Desk San Diego News and Politics Podcast is all about politics in San Diego and beyond.We chat analyze and give our take on local, national, and international politics.Ric Epps is known as the San Diego Political Professor. He holds a pHd in Political Science and is a former field intelligence agent. Epps an expert inInternational relations, U.S. foreign policy, Middle East politics and international security, nuclear weapons, WMD proliferation policies and issues and terrorism, pre ...
 
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Some reflections on despair, existentialism, and Christianity via Kierkegaard's book The Sickness Unto Death. ➡️ I publish a free weekly newsletter about independent intellectuals on the internet. You should subscribe. ➡️ If you'd like to join my Discord server, request an invitation here. ➡️ Big thanks to my patrons who help me keep the lights on.…
 
“The sun is going down in the horizon,” Lindsay wrote in a notebook in August 2004. “All I see is the beams shining on the cliff face. And I know that God is awsome (sic). I look around and I see his creation all around me.”Jason then wrote: “As I stir this Mac & Cheese I think to myself what a wonderful life. I’ve just spent two awsome (sic) days …
 
Meet Jack. Jack, like most individuals, takes great care of his health, appearance, the fulfilment of his projects, and the quality of his relationships with friends and family. Today Jack is preparing for another episode of his iconic philosophy podcast. He has been reading diligently, noting fastidiously, and practicing his jokes in the mirror. F…
 
This week, we chat with Vivian Howard about growing up on a tobacco farm in Deep Run, North Carolina; her latest TV show, “Somewhere South”; and the foods she considers her flavor MVPs. Plus, we explore the future of algae-based food; Dan Pashman puts a modern twist on family cocktail parties; and we make Mashed Avocados with Sesame and Chili. Get …
 
Hustlers is a series on how independent intellectuals make money on the internet. Check out Sonya Mann at sonyasupposedly.com or on Twitter at @SonyaSupposedly. ➡️ Register for one of my future talks in this series at theotherlifenow.com/events ➡️ Request an invitation to IndieThinkers.org ➡️ If you'd like to discuss this podcast with me and others…
 
Meet Jack. Jack, like most individuals, takes great care of his health, appearance, the fulfilment of his projects, and the quality of his relationships with friends and family. Today Jack is preparing for another episode of his iconic philosophy podcast. He has been reading diligently, noting fastidiously, and practicing his jokes in the mirror. F…
 
Isha Sumner gives us a primer on Garifuna history, culture and cuisine. Plus, we chat with Ruth Rogers of The River Café in London; we taste the bubbles of summer; and we make spaghetti al limone. (Originally aired June 29, 2018.) Get this week's recipe, Spaghetti al Limone: https://www.177milkstreet.com/recipes/spaghetti-al-limone Right now, we ar…
 
A new series on how independent intellectuals make money on the internet. Aella is a blogger who recently started on OnlyFans, the new decentralized porn platform revolutionizing the adult industry. We talk about the sociology and economics of OnlyFans, and Aella's experiences so far. Follow Aella on Twitter at @Aella_Girl. If you'd like to discuss…
 
Meet Jack. Jack, like most individuals, takes great care of his health, appearance, the fulfilment of his projects, and the quality of his relationships with friends and family. Today Jack is preparing for another episode of his iconic philosophy podcast. He has been reading diligently, noting fastidiously, and practicing his jokes in the mirror. F…
 
Sami Tamimi and Tara Wigley, part of the team behind Yotam Ottolenghi’s food empire, discuss the world of Palestinian cooking—from za’atar to what makes great tahini. Plus, we chat with Gail Simmons about life behind the scenes at “Top Chef”; we make seared pork tenderloin with smoked paprika; and we discuss hidden food meanings with Grant Barrett …
 
Imagine two possible worlds. In the first world, Andrew is driving home from an intimate dinner party with Olly and Jack. He has been enjoying a range of delicious cheeses and wines, despite being the designated driver. With the exception of Andrew’s singing, the drive is uneventful, and the party arrives home, safe and sound. In the second world, …
 
We chat with Sam Sifton of The New York Times about the rituals and foods of Sunday supper—from easy duck confit to bacon fried chicken. Plus, we hear from reporter Amy Guttman about a bar in London that was once an underground public loo; we make an herb soup from Sardinia; and Adam Gopnik tells us why he thinks Montreal bagels are the best in the…
 
Imagine two possible worlds. In the first world, Andrew is driving home from an intimate dinner party with Olly and Jack. He has been enjoying a range of delicious cheeses and wines, despite being the designated driver. With the exception of Andrew’s singing, the drive is uneventful, and the party arrives home, safe and sound. In the second world, …
 
Nigella Lawson discusses her favorite "rhapsodically easy" weeknight traybake, how Kirkegaard influenced her philosophy on food and why snobbery has no place in cooking. Plus, we share the story of Zubaida Tariq, Pakistan’s Martha Stewart; Dr. Aaron Carroll reveals if coffee really does cause cancer; and we make Spanish Ratatouille. Get this week's…
 
Imagine two possible worlds. In the first world, Andrew is driving home from an intimate dinner party with Olly and Jack. He has been enjoying a range of delicious cheeses and wines, despite being the designated driver. With the exception of Andrew’s singing, the drive is uneventful, and the party arrives home, safe and sound. In the second world, …
 
This is Lecture 4 (out of 6) in the Based Deleuze lecture course. You can get the whole series at gum.co/deleuze. ➡️If you'd like to join my Discord server, request an invitation here. ➡️Big thanks to my patrons who help me keep the lights on. Consider becoming one here. Works Cited Deleuze, Gilles. “Postscript on the Societies of Control.” October…
 
This week, we're talking with Edward Lee—chef, independent restaurateur and founder of the LEE Initiative. In response to restaurant closures across the country, the LEE Initiative has formed a nationwide coalition of restaurants that have been transformed into relief kitchens for restaurant workers. Also on this week’s show, we chat with chef Ilia…
 
In this episode, I have a profound interaction on the three stages of life that Kierkegaard proposed: the Aesthetic, the Ethical, and Religious. Joining me to discuss the Three Stages of life Dr and Professor J Aaron Simmons. Aaron is the author of many books including Kierkegaard’s God and the Good Life (Indiana UP, 2017) I was at the funeral of a…
 
Olivia Coombes is a philosopher and teacher at the University of Edinburgh whose research focuses on issues about the possibility of time travel, the paradoxes involved in time travel, and how these topics relate to the question of free-will. In addition to this, Liv is also the co-host of the Edinburgh-based podcast Two Philosophers: One Podcast, …
 
Writer Matt Goulding brings us on a culinary tour of Japan including sushi, yakitori and the exquisite egg salad sandwiches at 7-Eleven. Plus, author Crystal King tells us about one of history’s best-selling cookbooks, which was published in 1570; Dr. Aaron Carroll gives us the real scoop on intermittent fasting; and we make French Almond-Rum Cake.…
 
Olivia Coombes is a philosopher and teacher at the University of Edinburgh whose research focuses on issues about the possibility of time travel, the paradoxes involved in time travel, and how these topics relate to the question of free-will. In addition to this, Liv is also the co-host of the Edinburgh-based podcast Two Philosophers: One Podcast, …
 
The guys lock themselves in the basement to escape the ‘rona and do a grab bag episode where they talk about the following: Ross from Friends (he has attachment problems), A Dangerous Method, an R.D. Laing bio-pic, Michael Scott (not a narcissist, doesn’t have a personality disorder), and the Truman Show delusion. Also, there is a parrot, so how ba…
 
John Whaite takes us behind the scenes of “The Great British Bake Off.” He talks life after winning, the simple pleasures of Eton mess and the importance of listening to your food. Plus, we dive into the crazy world of culinary Facebook groups; Alex Aïnouz tries to reverse engineer Joël Robuchon’s mashed potatoes; and we cook an Indian staple of si…
 
All my life, I have been fed apples from that tree. I was told it was the only tree worth eating from. Every day, whether it was in school or in the church, someone would arrive with a basket, and I would take what they offered. Today a similar basket lays in front of me, full of apples I've been saving so to take a closer inspection. Check those a…
 
Chef Diane Kochilas talks real Greek yogurt, how to make great dishes with stale bread and the magical Greek island of Ikaria. Plus, we explore the art and nostalgia of Jell-O molds; we present a fresh new take on Spaghetti Puttanesca; and Dan Pashman untangles the legal definition of a sandwich. (Originally aired May 10, 2019.) Get this week's rec…
 
The absolute final word on all social-scientific questions related to Tiger King, the recent Netflix documentary. Taking questions from Twitter, we analyze: Why these tiger-breeding cult leaders score hot chicks (and guys, including straight guys!), the personality traits of these people, the ethical culpability of Joe vs. Carole, the ethics of ani…
 
All my life, I have been fed apples from that tree. I was told it was the only tree worth eating from. Every day, whether it was in school or in the church, someone would arrive with a basket, and I would take what they offered. Today a similar basket lays in front of me, full of apples I've been saving so to take a closer inspection. Check those a…
 
We recorded this late in the evening before the live show with Curtis Yarvin. It's lit, based, and fire. ✦ Barrett Avner of Contain ✦ Alex Moyer, director of TFW NO GF ✦ Wanyoung Kim, author of Cosmophenomenology ➡️ If you'd like to discuss this podcast with me and others, suggest future guests, or read/watch/listen to more content on these themes,…
 
In 2015, chef Makini Howell took a sabbatical from her vegan food empire to cook for Stevie Wonder on tour. We discuss her unique take on vegan cooking and what she learned during her year on the road. Plus, we discover the strange history of flavor science; Adam Gopnik reveals J.D. Salinger’s favorite recipe for popcorn salt; and we learn Croatia’…
 
All my life, I have been fed apples from that tree. I was told it was the only tree worth eating from. Every day, whether it was in school or in the church, someone would arrive with a basket, and I would take what they offered. Today a similar basket lays in front of me, full of apples I've been saving so to take a closer inspection. Check those a…
 
Kim Severson of The New York Times tells us about the food world’s biggest trends. Plus, we chat with Fuchsia Dunlop about the textures, flavors and fragrances of Sichuan cuisine; Grant Barrett and Martha Barnette of “A Way With Words” discuss food names that have a secret; and we put a new spin on an old classic—the pineapple upside-down cake. Get…
 
In our epic 3-hour talk, Curtis Yarvin discusses: Democracy, his preference for Bernie Sanders, debunking the American Revolution, benevolent dictatorship, Ancient Rome and the need for an American Augustus, salus populi suprema lex esto, formalism, sovereign corporations, his rejection of Nazis and White Nationalism, and much more. This podcast wa…
 
All my life, I have been fed apples from that tree. I was told it was the only tree worth eating from. Every day, whether it was in school or in the church, someone would arrive with a basket, and I would take what they offered. Today a similar basket lays in front of me, full of apples I've been saving so to take a closer inspection. Check those a…
 
On the COVID-19 pandemic, intergenerational warfare, comparative politics, exogenous shocks, class war, whether Trump caught the virus, and other speculations on the next few days. Follow Geoffrey Miller on Twitter and Youtube. Follow Diana Fleischman on Twitter and Youtube. More stuff 👉 Based Deleuze is now available in paperback. 👉 If you'd like …
 
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