[subscription channel 850]Best Philosophy podcasts — Answering the world's biggest questions (updated August 2, 2015; image by Brian ? Hillegas)
Hollywood Mind Control and Occult Government. Learn the meanings behind Illuminati Symbols and explore High Profile Rituals performed by Top Celebrities. Ancient Aliens, Time-Travel, and Human Cloning with Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson and Barack Obama. This is where the esoteric meets the political
Discussions with Philosophers about their New Books
Over 100 million downloads! With host Stefan Molyneux, topics range from politics to philosophy to science to economics to relationships - and how to achieve real freedom in your life today!
Donner à comprendre, c'est-à-dire à aimer, des livres qui nous comprennent et nous aiment déjà.
We surprise some of the world's brightest minds with ideas they're not at all prepared to discuss. With host Jason Gots and special guests Henry Rollins, Bill Nye, George Takei, Jason Silva, and many more . . . You've got 10 minutes with Einstein. What do you talk about? Black holes? Time travel? Why not gambling? The Art of War? Contemporary parenting? Some of the best conversations happen when we're pushed outside of our comfort zones. So each week on Think Again, we surprise smart people you've probably heard of with hand-picked gems from Big Think's interview archives on every imaginable subject. The conversation could go anywhere. SINCE 2008, BIG THINK has captured on video the best ideas of the world’s leading thinkers and doers in every field, renowned experts including neurologist Oliver Sacks, physicist Stephen Hawking, behavioral psychologist Daniel Kahneman, authors Margaret Atwood and Marylinne Robinson, entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson, painter Chuck Close, and philosopher Daniel Dennett.
David Edmonds (Uehiro Centre, Oxford University) and Nigel Warburton (freelance philosopher/writer) interview top philosophers on a wide range of topics. Two books based on the series have been published by Oxford University Press. We are currently self-funding - donations very welcome via our website http://www.philosophybites.com
O'Rly Radio - Podcasting about the things that make you say "Oh really?" We will examine, and sometimes deconstruct, the world of wacky things we call life.
برنامج اسبوعي يستضيف شخصيات مختلفة التخصص والاهتمام، أو ذات أثر في حياة وثقافة وتاريخ العراقيين. البرنامج فسحة لتبادل الرأي والاطلاع على تجربة أو مناقشة فكرة عبر حوار هادف لعرض الافكار، وإشاعة منهج تبادل الرأي والمشاركة في انضاج الرؤى.
Intelligence Squared is the world’s leading forum for debate and intelligent discussion. Live and online we take you to the heart of the issues that matter, in the company of some of the world’s sharpest minds and most exciting orators. Join the debate at www.intelligencesquared.com and download our weekly podcast every Friday.
Alan Watts is one of the most widely read philosophers of the 20th century. In addition to his 28 books, Alan Watts delivered hundreds of public lectures and seminars the recordings of which have been preserved in the archives of the Electronic University. Alan's eldest son Mark Watts has reviewed and cataloged these talks to prepare them for public broadcast. In 2005 Amber Star of Zencast.org created Alan Watts podcast to help disseminate these lectures to a new iPod listening generation . Today the Electronic University and Zencast.org are pleased to present the highlights of the spoken works of Alan Watts.
Diffusion estivale des conférences du philosophe Michel Onfray. Le thème de cette 11è année : « L'autre pensée 68 ».
Open Source is the world’s longest-running podcast. Christopher Lydon circles the big ideas in culture, the arts and politics with the smartest people in the world. It’s the kind of curious, critical, high-energy conversation we’re all missing nowadays. Be part of the action: leave a voice message to be played on the air; get in touch over Facebook or Twitter; or email us – email@example.com with show ideas, advice, requests and high-quality criticism.
The best of BBC Radio 3's flagship arts and ideas programme Free Thinking - featuring in-depth interviews and debates with artists, scientists and public figures.
Danny Lobell of Comical Radio and This American Life is back once again. This time, he's diving head first into philosophy (a subject he knows little about) with fellow comedians (Marc Maron, Artie Lange, Maria Bamford, Lewis Black, Greg Fitzsimmons, Larry Miller, Reggie Watts etc.) and attempting to find the answers to life's great questions. Even if the questions just lead to more questions, there will be many laughs in between. You can listen and decide: Are comedians really "modern day philosophers"?
The Philosopher's Zone is where they congregate, but you'll find philosophers cropping up across RN. Late Night Live's Phillip Adams is fond of talking to them and philosophy, whether natural, moral or metaphysical, is never far away from RN, where your world unfolds.
Point of Inquiry is the Center for Inquiry's flagship podcast, where the brightest minds of our time sound off on all the things you're not supposed to talk about at the dinner table: science, religion, and politics. Guests have included Brian Greene, Susan Jacoby, Richard Dawkins, Ann Druyan, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Eugenie Scott, Adam Savage, Bill Nye, and Francis Collins. Point of Inquiry is produced at the Center for Inquiry in Amherst, N.Y.
The Partially Examined Life is a philosophy podcast by some guys who were at one point set on doing philosophy for a living but then thought better of it. Each episode, we pick a short text and chat about it with some balance between insight and flippancy. You don't have to know any philosophy, or even to have read the text we're talking about to (mostly) follow and (hopefully) enjoy the discussion. For links to the texts we discuss and other info, check out www.partiallyexaminedlife.com.
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.
Dr. Diana Hsieh's podcasts focus on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life. She draws on Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism, Aristotle's ethics, personality theory, and observation. Visit PhilosophyInAction.com for live radio shows, blogging, and more. (This podcast feed uses the standard MP3 format; an enhanced M4A feed is also available.)
Tous les dimanches, plongez au coeur du débat éthique et philosophique. Fichiers audio disponibles durant 30 jour(s) après diffusion.
Emission confiée aux différentes obédiences maçonniques
The Philosopher's Zone looks at the world of philosophy and at the world through philosophy. The program addresses the big philosophical questions and arguments. It also explores what philosophical analysis can contribute to our understanding of some of the fundamental and perplexing issues that face the world today.
Peter Adamson, Professor of Philosophy at the LMU in Munich and at King's College London, takes listeners through the history of philosophy, "without any gaps." The series looks at the ideas, lives and historical context of the major philosophers as well as the lesser-known figures of the tradition. www.historyofphilsophy.net
Diffusion des Rencontres de Pétrarque organisées par France Culture dont le thème est cette année "Guerre ou paix?"
Origami Elephants walks the tightrope between religion and philosophy, faith and certainty, symbol and science. Hosts Bryne Lewis and JR. Forasteros tackle the elephants in the room, talking about issues that often go ignored for fear of a fight. Bryne, JR. and their guests initiate a conversation about controversial subjects with an invitational tone.
Elucidations is a monthly philosophy podcast recorded at the University of Chicago. Each month, a prominent philosopher sits down with our graduate student co-hosts to talk about his or her latest work and areas of philosophical expertise. The podcast covers a wide range of topics from the theoretical to the practical (including causation, metaphor, agency, religious freedom, and moral psychology) and explores a wide range of problems from the perennial to the cutting-edge (including skepticism and experimental philosophy).
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AMP is about the idea of bringing balance back into a world that is increasingly polarized, and a sense of tribe back to a people growing increasingly solipsistic. True to the concept this channel blends humor with gravity and levity with depth, as we explore the realms of the mind, psychedelics, athletics, MMA and Sexuality. Buckle up and enjoy the ride! Be sure to check out host Aubrey Marcus on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast and follow him on twitter @AubreyMarcus.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the history of ideas
Contribuer à alimenter le débat public par les idées
Conçue comme une encyclopédie des savoirs
Beginner friendly if listened to in order! For anyone interested in an educational podcast about philosophy where you don't need to be a graduate-level philosopher to understand it. In chronological order, the thinkers and ideas that forged the world we live in are broken down and explained.
The Aristotelian Society, founded in 1880, meets fortnightly in London to hear and discuss talks given by leading philosophers from a broad range of philosophical traditions. The papers read at the Society’s meetings are published in the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. The mission of the Society is to make philosophy widely available to the general public, and the Aristotelian Society Podcast Series represents our latest initiative in furthering this goal. The audio podcasts of our talks are produced by Backdoor Broadcasting Company in conjunction with the Institute of Philosophy, University of London. Please visit our website to learn more about us and our publications: http://www.aristoteliansociety.org.uk
Le philosophe du dimanche
With her signature humor, honesty and keen insight, Kelly Carlin candidly converses with artists, comedians, thinkers, and writers looking to discover how to stay a little more sane and grounded in 21st century America. While openly wrestling with her own thoughts and feelings about art, politics, spirituality, Kelly remains genuinely curious about how others find meaning and success in their own post-modern American life. She believes that by sharing our hearts and minds openly, we just might usher in a new paradigm to live into in this new century. Is she crazy? Probably. Does she care? No
Science, philosophy, psychology, quantum physics, religion. In all these areas, we see the world based on what comes from others. Which means we're actually thinking with somebody else's head - not necessarily our own. And how much of those philosophies, ideas and theories are true? Thanks to the work of Brazilian/Austrian psychoanalyst and social scientist, Dr. Norberto Keppe, separating the wheat from the chaff is a lot easier today. We'll explore this rich and provocative territory in this podcast. Email me about your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org
أكاديمية الحكمة العقلية
Your one-stop fix for random musings on the nature of reality, the essence of modern digital society, and more! Produced by philosophy geeks Stephen Torrence and Kevin Saunders in Austin, TX.
Marty Leeds Mathemagical Radio Hour explores science, spirituality and everything in between. This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
The leading voices of the free thinking generation share incredible insights and stories on Smells Like Human Spirit! This podcast provides you with the information to think critically, question authority, and discover the truth about the world for yourself. What's more, every show is different - with long-ranging interviews, special features, and in-depth yet relatable discussions helping you learn more about the key issues of today. Subscribe to the show now, and peace!
Very Bad Wizards is a podcast featuring a philosopher (Tamler Sommers) and a psychologist (David Pizarro), who share a love for ethics, pop culture, and cognitive science, and who have a marked inability to distinguish sacred from profane. Each podcast includes discussions of moral philosophy, recent work on moral psychology and neuroscience, and the overlap between the two.
Tout ce qui ne me tue pas me rend plus fort.
We are ninja kicking through pink and blue marketing that we've all experienced from birth onward. Questioning all the hype around gender roles, looking at pop-culture, toys, parenting, news, are some of the things you can expect to hear. Every week will feature a guest interview with people who are changing the world. *Album Art Photo Credit: Nomadic Lass, Flickr (modified)
Curious about philosophy? Writer Rick Coste takes you on an audio walk through the history of philosophical thought both past and present. Perfect for students and the curious.
LE REGIME DES PASSIONS
Façon de penser
Эльдар Муртазин и Ренат Гришин делятся своими мыслями и взглядами на вопросы, которые не имеют однозначных ответов
Podcasts from philosophynow.org, home of the most widely read philosophy magazine in the world, Philosophy Now.
An unemployed philosopher interviews people who are making philosophy accessible to the general public and developing innovative strategies and resources for unemployed philosophers.
20 years of research into Chemtrails have lead to unusual consequences; Morgellons, Mind Control, and Black Goo rise to the surface. Harald Kautz-Vella talks about electromagnetic and biological weapons, nano technology, DNA restructuring, Morgellons disease and a substance called Sentient Oil or “Black Goo” which mirrors the consciousness of humans and that of alien entities such as the Archons. He is a physicist, geologist and author living in Germany. Cara St. Louis is an American activist and author who has been traveling the world speaking about The Aerosol War since 2010. She shares a snapshot of the 20th Century as an all-out social engineering war against humanity with the goal of cultural revolution. Cara asks, can we remember who we are and take back the power; Our Imagination. Listen to Hour 2 google_ad_client = "ca-pub-8218573872630659"; google_ad_slot = "3409319950"; google_ad_width = 540; google_ad_height = 90; Listen on: FreemanTV | Stitcher | iTunes | YouTube | RSS Dangerous...
There is a movement in contemporary philosophy known as "experimental philosophy" or "x-phi" for short. It proceeds against the backdrop of a critique of contemporary analytic philosophy. According to the Xi-phi critique, analytic philosophers rely too heavily on an unsound method which involves arguing for philosophical conclusions from premises whose force rests solely in what philosophers find "intuitive" or "obvious." Using polling and survey methods, experimental philosophers show that claims that philosophers often take to be "intuitive" are in fact not commonly held among non-philosophers, and that individuals' sense of what's "obvious" varies according to factors such as ethnicity, geography, age, and gender. In light of this, X-philes claim that analytic philosophy is doomed, for it treats philosophers' intuitions as evidence in favor of philosophical claims. But the variability of intuitions shows that intuitions have no evidentiary weight. In The Myth of the Intuitive: Experimental...
Question 1: I was fascinated by the idea of libertarianism, found your arguments compelling and your logic faultless. However I could not stomach the idea of libertarianism, and could not see how it could possibly work. Your ideal society requires for the average human a minimum threshold of intelligence and morality that cannot be met. I find many things you teach very useful on a micro level and they will help many individuals in their quality of life and their relationships, but the debate about extending them to a large enough population to change our societal structure is moot. What do you think? | Question 2: Why does Stefan have a love/hate relationship with women's aesthetic preferences and reactions? | Question 3: I find it extremely difficult or even impossible to build good habits and behaviors. How can I learn to control my impulsivity, fix my forgetfulness, and ultimately manage and discipline myself better?
durée : 01:00:09 - LE GAI SAVOIR - par : Raphaël Enthoven - A la réalisation : François Caunac A la lecture : Valérie Lang Pourquoi Proust fait-il de longues phrases ? Certains diront que c’est parce qu’il manquait de souffle et que l’écriture corrigeait ou vengeait la malédiction des asthmatiques. D’autres présenteront les longues phrases serpentines de la Recherche comme les circonvolutions des rapaces autour d’un objet qu’il faudrait saisir ... - réalisé par : François Caunac
Many have long praised Scandinavian countries for their high levels of welfare provision and for their economic and social outcomes. It is, indeed, true that they are successful by most reasonable measures. However, Scandinavia’s success story predated the welfare state. Many analyses of Scandinavian countries conflate correlation with causality. It is very clear that many of the desirable features of Scandinavian societies, such as low income inequality, low levels of poverty and high levels of economic growth, predated the development of the welfare state. | Dr. Nima Sanandaji holds a PhD from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and is the author of “Scandinavian Unexceptionalism: Culture, Markets and the Failure of Third Way Socialism” which is available for free online via the Institute of Economic Affairs: http://www.iea.org.uk
At what point do sex robots become sex slaves? How are bandwidth and storage capacity changing our lives? Can you have a "personal brand" and "be yourself" at the same time? In this week's episode of Big Think's Think Again podcast, host Jason Gots is joined by author and tech pundit Baratunde Thurston, "a philosopher comedian fighting for the future." Interview clips from Rick Smolan, Lawrence Krauss, and Guy Kawasaki launch a discussion of human potential, social status, identity, and how Kim Kardashian's butt didn't actually "break the internet".
The philosopher Peter Singer is famous for his attack on speciesism, the alleged prejudice that many exhibit in favour of human interests when compared with the interests of other animals. Here Shelly Kagan outlines Singer's position and takes issue with it. In the process he makes some interesting points about prejudices in general.
ORly Radio Show 69 - Blue Moon Edition Welcome to ORly Radio Show 69 for Friday July 31st, 2015 - where we dismantle the current events for your edutainment through mostly rational conversations that make you go ‘Oh Really’! I’m your host Andy Cowen with my usual suspect, Mike!Errata From Last Week: We make mistakes. Please, if you find one, pause the podcast, and send us a note. email@example.com or phone it in 470-222-6759 RANT Segments / QUICK Headlines: A blue moon, at least according to the modern definition of the term, has nothing to do with color. It simply means a second full moon in the same calendar month. Windows 10 is available as a free upgrade, but like Google, it reads your email and tracks everything you do. - http://bgr.com/2015/07/31/windows-10-upgrade-spying-how-to-opt-out/ Boy Scouts Vote To End Ban On Gay Adult Scout Leaders - http://www.thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/davidbadash/breaking_in_historic_vote_boy_scouts_elect_to_end_ban_on_gay_adult_scout_leaders...
Roberto Saviano made a rare appearance in the UK in July 2015 when he came to the Intelligence Squared stage. In conversation with Intelligence Squared's very own Robert Collins, Saviano talked about his life in hiding and his beginnings as a reporter on the streets of Naples. He revealed his latest work of investigative reporting, 'Zero Zero Zero', in which he delves into the sprawling network of the global cocaine trade. He traced how the $400 billion a year generated by drugs trafficking filters into the international banking system through money laundering from Wall Street to the City of London. The cocaine trade isn’t just a playground for criminals, Saviano argued. It is part of the structure of our global economy where some of the biggest players — the banks — have profited without facing a single criminal conviction.
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Under a near crippling amount of debt and unfunded liabilities, Chicago lawmakers recently moved towards pension reform - but were denied by the courts who deemed the reforms to be in violation of the Illinois constitution. On May 12nd, 2015, Moody’s Investors Service downgraded Chicago’s credit rating once again, which means that in less than two years Chicago’s credit rating has dropped seven notches under the rating agency. Moody’s also announced major downgrades for the Chicago Board of Education and the Chicago Park District debt - reducing the bonds to junk levels. On July, 28th, 2015, Fitch Ratings followed by downgrading the Chicago Board of Education’s credit rating and also noted a negative outlook for the CPS which means that further downgrades are likely in the future. Chicago joins Detroit in the illusive group of major cities with junk bond ratings from major institutions, which carries with it incredibly serous financial repercussions and increases the costs of borrowing...
durée : 00:59:48 - CONTRE-HISTOIRE DE LA PHILOSOPHIE - par : Michel Onfray - Les questions et les réponses des auditeurs - réalisé par : Anne-Pascale Desvignes
The astonishment about Billie Holiday in her 100th birthday summer is how differently we hear her. Back in the day — in her music, in her autobiography — Lady Day was the full catalog of suffering in a 20th-century underground: abandonment and child prostitution on the way to drink, drug addiction, and death at 44. “The most hurt and hurting singer in jazz,” said the authoritative Nat Hentoff. But resurrection in art jumps out of the soundtrack here — starting with her breakthrough film with Duke Ellington in 1934, when she sings, at age 19, “Saddest song on land or sea, was when my man walked out on me.” Then, when we hear Billie Holiday’s recording of “I’ll Be Seeing You,” from 1944, she has stopped at our table in a small club and started speaking directly to us. There’s no other singer who ever made us cheer and cry at the same time. So Billie Holiday stands less for all that pain than for Hemingway’s dictum that a blues hero “can be destroyed but not defeated.” In Billie Holiday: The...
Its early readers included Queen Victoria and a young Oscar Wilde. 150 years after it became a publishing sensation the writer Lynne Truss and children's novelist Philip Ardagh discuss 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' and its enduring appeal to readers, writers and film makers with Anne McElvoy. Recorded in front of an audience at the Royal College of Music.
Dante Nero, Danny's long time comedy friend, invites him to his Brooklyn studio "the Pimp cup" to talk Georg Simmel and social and physical relationships. Dante being an ex-pimp and ex-stripper has some interesting ideas on women that he shares. Also, Danny is getting married in a few hours! Enjoy!
durée : 00:59:42 - CONTRE-HISTOIRE DE LA PHILOSOPHIE - par : Michel Onfray - 1) Philosopher à la télévision ? 2) Les novueaux philosophes 3) Qu'y a-t-il dans "La barbarie à visage humain" ? 4) Les idées de Bernard-Henri Levy Plan détaillé du cours - réalisé par : Anne-Pascale Desvignes
Poets Jo Shapcott and Sean O'Brien discuss Ezra Pound's poetry collection, 'Cathay'.
In today’s Ireland, yes means no. A democratic yes to same-sex marriage signaled no! to patriarchal priests and cane-wielding nuns; no to the bankers who led the country into a devastating crash; and no to the supposed glamour of “showband” music, the goofy rock soundtrack of all old Ireland. The country’s young artists, of all gender and sexual identities, have set themselves James Joyce’s task. They’re casting off the old and saying yes — Joyce called it “that female word” — to the new. And they’re forging new selves, a new national conscience, along the way. You can see the change in Irish writing, vibrant again: from the traumatized modernism of Eimear McBride and the expressive, depressive stories of Colin Barrett. And in music with Snowpoet’s accompanied spoken word and the haunting harmonies of Twin Headed Wolf drawing on Gaelic roots without the traditional styles’ limited worldview. This summer Chris went to Dublin’s National College of Art and Design for a lunchroom chat with...
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durée : 00:59:12 - CONTRE-HISTOIRE DE LA PHILOSOPHIE - par : Michel Onfray - 1) Que fut le strcturalisme 2) Permanence de la scolastique 3) La mort de l'auteur 4) Le devenir réactionnaire des révolutionnaires Plan détaillé du cours - réalisé par : Anne-Pascale Desvignes
Socrates famously declared the philosopher’s life to be a preparation for death. Somehow, through the centuries, this urgent message has been lost.
Episode Audio Download MP3 (44.4 MB)Episode Notes and LinksNotes It finally happened: David and Tamler welcome special guest Joshua Weisberg to the podcast to talk about Turing machines, Chinese Rooms, and AI. What does it mean for a machine to acquire intelligence? What is the proper test? How much processing power would it take? Do computers shed light on how human beings think? Why is John Searle trapped in a Chinese room, anyway? Plus, a spoiler-filled discussion (beginning at 58:20) of the recent movie Ex Machina. David tries to assert his feminist bonafides but Tamler takes Eva's side, proving once again that he is the real feminist. And we have a quick 5-minute discussion of Mr. Robot Episode 4 (beginning at 1:24) and respond to a couple of emails from the authors of the Inside Out article we discussed in our previous episode. Links Turing Test [wikipedia.org] Chinese Room thought experiment [wikipedia.org] Artificial Intelligence [wikipedia.org] Weisberg, J. (2009). It stands to...
As difficult it is to accept, there may be no loosening of the grip ISIS currently holds over its territory, at least not any time soon. Our guest, Stephen M. Walt, begins to come to terms with this unpleasant situation in a new article for Foreign Policy magazine,“What Should We Do if the Islamic State Wins?” His answer is not an inspiring one, but one based on the facts as he sees them: We will have to live with it. On Point of Inquiry this week, Walt, a professor of international affairs at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government and a Fellow of the Academy of Arts and Sciences, explores with host Josh Zepps the historical precedence for successful revolutionary movements and their near-intractability once they’ve claimed power. According to Walt, once established, these revolutionary regimes will either continue to act as dangerous rogues who are isolated and contained by neighboring countries, or eventually moderate themselves to the point where even the U.S. may...
Oscar-winning composer Steven Price on the inspiration of Holst's Planets Suite.
durée : 00:59:52 - CONTRE-HISTOIRE DE LA PHILOSOPHIE - par : Michel Onfray - 1) À l'origine du "Gauchisme culturel" 2) L'éloge de la pédophilie 3) Le normal et le pathologique 4) Mai 68 : Une vague porteuse 5) Le cheval de Vincennes 6) Témoignage sur Vincennes 7) Quelle positive gauchiste ? 8) Vincennes tuée par les siens Plan détaillé du cours - réalisé par : Anne-Pascale Desvignes
Question 1: I am from Marxist/Communist/Socialist South Africa. I am working very hard to try and immigrate to another country but at the current rate it will probably take me another four or five years. How do I stay motivated and positive when I’m surrounded by extreme violence and an incredibly high crime rate? | Question 2: How would people of lower Intelligence do in a free society? | Question 3: Have you ever noticed that when some people set a goal for themselves, they also create obstacles to make themselves fail? And they do this, I think, because deep down they really don't want to achieve their goal and all the responsibility that comes along with it. I think it's because it's easier, and perhaps more gratifying, to have tried and failed, therefore earning the right to complain about how fate is to blame for their own misfortunes. This is essentially how fear of success manifests itself, I think. Would you agree, and if so, why do you think humans do this?
We discuss Un-Willing: An Inquiry into the Rise of Will's Power and an Attempt to Undo It (2014) with the author, covering Socrates, Augustine, Aquinas, Heidegger, Nietzsche, Sartre, compatibilism, the neurologists' critque of free will, and more. Become a PEL Citizen and get part 2 ad-free now, and be eligible for the 8/3 drawing to win Eva's book. Sponsored by St. John's College Graduate Institute: partiallyexaminedlife.com/sjcgi. Visit pauldrybooks.com and enter "PEL" at check-out for 30% off your order & free U.S. shipping (or $25 max int'l).
durée : 00:59:32 - CONTRE-HISTOIRE DE LA PHILOSOPHIE - par : Michel Onfray - réalisé par : Anne-Pascale Desvignes
This week we read a paper and then discus it with "Frater O". There is a striking revelation at the end of the paper which we think most Masons of today will really identify with. App extras are the paper we read as well as a Masonic wallpaper for your mobile device. Thanks for listening and have a great week! Links Email Frater O The paper on Google Drive for open editing Support the show!
Philosopher Dr. Diana Brickell answered questions on honesty under professional confidentiality standards, adopting hobbies just for dating, efficiency in writing, and more in this 26 July 2015 episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. http://www.PhilosophyInAction.com
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By firstname.lastname@example.org (Dr. Diana Hsieh (email@example.com))
durée : 01:01:32 - LE GAI SAVOIR - par : Raphaël Enthoven - En présence de Cynthia Fleury préparé et animé par Raphaël Enthoven assisté de Julien Tricard "Nous avons coutume aujourd’hui de ne voir dans l’amitié qu’un phénomène de l’intimité, où les amis s’ouvrent leur âme sans tenir compte du monde. Ainsi nous est-il difficile de comprendre l’importance politique de l’amitié. Mais lorsque nous lisons chez Aristote que la philia, l’amitié entre ... - réalisé par : Rafik Zénine
C’est l’architecte romand le plus célèbre et il conjugue le verbe habiter depuis plus de 40 ans. Du Gymnase de Nyon à la Maison de l’écriture à Montricher, il pense l’espace avec subtilité. Il savoure parfois la polémique. Dernière en date: construire des logements sur le pont de Zahringen à Fribourg, car l’architecte signe des bâtiments dont il a l’intime conviction qu’ils s’inscrivent dans un environnement et une histoire collective. Il cultive l’art de la formule, "bâtir, c’est détruire". Détruire "le vieil homme" qui est en lui pour porter un regard neuf et émerveillé sur la vie. Invité: Vincent Mangeat, du bureau d’architecture Mangeat-Wahlen.
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durée : 00:17:33 - DIVERS ASPECTS DE LA PENSEE CONTEMPORAINE - réalisé par : Dany Journo
Everybody agrees that non-consensual sex is seriously wrong. But what exactly is it to be non-consensual?
Everybody agrees that non-consensual sex is seriously wrong. But what exactly is it to be non-consensual?
Peter Olivi proposes that awareness occurs not through passively being affected by things, but by actively paying attention to them.
What type of person belongs to the Saturn Death Cult? Could Prince Phillip's comments to charity ladies be any indication? When billionaires like Hilton and Rothchild get married can we see this cult's obsession with the "Golden Age"? Troy McLachlan lays out how the ancient past laid the foundation for a group of greedy slave masters convinced the world to create an Utopia for them upon the seat of our backs. Learn how this relates to the Eye in the Pyramid and the Electric Universe. Listen on: FreemanTV | Stitcher | iTunes | YouTube | RSS Listen to Hour 2 The mainstream leads us to the acceptance of Trauma-based Mind Control. Can we achieve a new Golden Age with exploration and expansion of our minds? What is the simple truth about money and how are the Banking Elite riding on our backs, treating us as slaves, and creating the Myth of Authority? Are The Elite actually in control? How much power does the Common Man hold? Mind control comes straight through Hollywood and the Black Dahlia...
Award-winning actor Henry Goodman and director and designer Antony McDonald discuss the enduring appeal of the 1964 musical Fiddler on the Roof - one of the most successful in Broadway history - which tells the story of a Jewish community in 1905 Tsarist Russia. Rana Mitter presents.
durée : 01:00:05 - LE GAI SAVOIR - par : Raphaël Enthoven - A la lecture : Anne Brissier et Georges Claisse A la réalisation : François Caunac - réalisé par : François Caunac
ORly Radio Show 68 - KKK, Hacking, SETI, and more.Welcome to ORly Radio Show 68 for Friday July 24th, 2015 - where we dismantle the current events for your edutainment through mostly rational conversations that make you go ‘Oh Really’! I’m your host Andy Cowen with my usual suspect, Mike!Errata From Last Week: We make mistakes. Please, if you find one, pause the podcast, and send us a note. firstname.lastname@example.org or phone it in 470-222-6759 RANT Segments / QUICK Headlines: Returning humans to the moon could cost 90 percent less than expected, bringing estimated costs down from $100 billion to $10 billion. That's something that NASA could afford on its current deep space human spaceflight budget. - http://www.popsci.com/colonizing-moon-may-be-90-percent-cheaper-we-thought STEPHEN HAWKING AND RUSSIAN BILLIONAIRE LAUNCH $100 MILLION SEARCH FOR ALIEN LIFE CALLED “Breakthrough Listen.” - http://nerdist.com/stephen-hawking-and-russian-billionaire-launch-100-million-search-for-alien-life...
Pro Wrestling Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan was fired by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) after transcripts of a racist rant surfaced online. The rant originated from one of the sex tapes - filmed without permission - which have been the subject of Hogan’s recent lawsuit with Gawker. Stefan Molyneux takes a look at this news story which raises significant questions about personal privacy and the mob mentality.
Anne McElvoy discusses the German Romantic poetry which inspired Beethoven.
Political philosopher John Gray and psychotherapist and essayist Adam Phillips came to the Intelligence Squared stage in 2011 to discuss themes of science and immortality. Can we in the 21st century claim to be no longer gripped by the hope that somehow science can make us invincible?
A highlight from our musician-packed breakdown of our songwriting episode. Featuring a third (ex-) member of Camper Van Beethoven, plus Chase Fiorenza, Mike Wilson, Maxx Bartko, Danny Lobell, Mark Linsenmayer, and (not heard on this preview) Adrian Cho and Fischerspooner's Warren Fischer. We discuss authenticity, the state of the music biz, humor in music, and more. Join us this Sunday at 3pm Eastern for the ep. 119 Nietzsche aftershow on on our YouTube channel (where you can watch all of our Aftershows in full), or become a Citizen and join the discussion.
Can anyone afford college anymore? Would it help if we sold stock in students? Would Young Einstein have been a popular commodity? In this week's episode of Big Think's Think Again podcast, host Jason Gots and sometime co-host Eric Sanders are joined by Brian Greene, theoretical physicist, director of the World Science Festival, and author of The Elegant Universe. An interview clip from economist Daniel Altman launches a discussion of why we bother to learn anything in the first place.
durée : 00:59:11 - LES RENCONTRES DE PETRARQUE - par : Jean Birnbaum - Il y a peu encore le monde occidental pensait incarner, par un ensemble de valeurs, l'horizon indépassable de l'humanité. Crises systémiques, bouleversements géo-politiques, fatigues démocratiques ont révélé les failles du modèle. Quelles valeurs universelles possibles dans un avenir multi-polaire ? - réalisé par : Nathalie Salles
After two years, three “final” deadlines and a cabinet-level bike wreck, we have a deal — with, of all countries, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Reagan’s determined foe and one-third of Bush’s Axis of Evil. In Tehran, Boston, and the Security Council chamber it felt like a time to celebrate. When does the hangover arrive? And, just what does a deal mean? Questions and simple answers abounded this last week: about sanctions relief, diplomatic “snap-backs”, the map of the Middle East, and the heavier elements on the periodic table. This week, we want to know what a pact means for people outside Geneva. What does rapprochement mean for Iranians muddling through unemployment, repression, depression, and global-pariah status? Do we know Iran: one of the world’s oldest peoples with one of its youngest populations, and the Middle East’s second-largest power with one of its most strained economies? And if the Obama doctrine means turning old feuds into wary friendships, where do we go from here...