Best Confucianism podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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Two years, two months and two days! This is what forms the time line of one man's quest for the simple life and a unique social experiment in complete self reliance and independence. Henry David Thoreau published Walden in 1884. Originally drafted as a series of essays describing a most significant episode in his life, it was finally released in book form with each essay taking on the form of a separate chapter. Thoreau's parents were in financial straights, but rich intellectually and cultu ...
 
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The narrated text of Revealing® World Religions, by Cynthia Eller. A compelling look at the principles and practice of the world's major religions. The twelve modules include Exploring Religion, Indigenous Religions, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Shinto, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Religious Pluralism. Courseware that works. ® Learn more about the full product at thinkingstrings.com.
 
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Dan has a degree in Philosophy. Connor has a degree in High School. Together they have a bit of a drinking problem. Each week they explore the work of a new philosopher or a new philosophical idea and do their best to learn something before getting distracted.
 
Significant international thinkers deliver the BBC's flagship annual lecture series
 
The Analects, or Lunyu (simplified Chinese: ??; traditional Chinese: ??; pinyin: Lún Y?; literally "Classified/Ordered Sayings"), also known as the Analects of Confucius, are considered a record of the words and acts of the central Chinese thinker and philosopher Confucius and his disciples, as well as the discussions they held. Written during the Spring and Autumn Period through the Warring States Period (ca. 475 BC - 221 BC), the Analects is the representative work of Confucianism and cont ...
 
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 phil ...
 
The Analects, or Lunyu, also known as the Analects of Confucius, are considered a record of the words and acts of the central Chinese thinker and philosopher Confucius and his disciples, as well as the discussions they held. Written during the Spring and Autumn Period through the Warring States Period (ca. 475 BC - 221 BC), the Analects is the representative work of Confucianism and continues to have a substantial influence on Chinese and East Asian thought and values today. William Jennings ...
 
What can we learn from the way business is done in Asian cultures? The dominant management philosophy in the Asia-Pacific region is a Chinese one, emphasising Confucian values, the family and respect for authority. Does the enduring success of this approach have important lessons for us in the West, or is this management style increasingly redundant, as economies and companies internationalise and mature? This album visits several companies in Asia to explore the relationship between value s ...
 
Promoting virtues such as filial devotion, compassion, loyalty, and propriety, these dialogues between the ancient Chinese philosopher Confucius and his disciples comprise the crux of Confucianism. (Summary by Andrea L).A Chinese version is available: ?? Lún Y? (Analects)
 
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the website of writer and philosopher Julian Baggini
 
An overview of the religions of China, beginning with Fu Hsi, B.C. 2953-2838, and continuing through the 19th Century.
 
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the website of writer and philosopher Julian Baggini
 
This podcast series represents the work of 28 students from Centre College who took "HIS 435: Spirits, Gods and Ghosts of East Asia" together in January 2017. They received no prompt or recommended categories from their instructor, and built these episodes from scratch themselves with virtually no prior audio engineering experience. These episodes represent a diverse collection of student research into broader categories of East Asian folklore and ghost tales.
 
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Sure, you've heard of Old Confucianism. But this is NEW Confucianism a.k.a. Confucianism in sunglasses a.k.a. Confucianism that's into Bitcoin now. This episode is 50% history and 50% philosophy as Dan tries is best to provide context to this early-20th century movement that tried to marry antiquity with the modernity and possibly failed. No sp ...…
 
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More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
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In the mid-20th century, the European philosophy scene became enamored with a little Romanian depressed guy by the name of Emil Cioran. This week, Dan tries his best to get Connor to feel the love for this sad weirdo. Their discussion drifts from Catcher In The Rye to continental philosophy to Cioran's unfortunate history with fascism. TW: Ther ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
The Harlem Renaissance was an explosion of culture, art, and philosophy in Black America. At the head of one of the many movements dominating the conversation during that time was a Jamaican-born, controversial figure named Marcus Garvey. This week, Connor and Dan dig into Garvey's particular brand of pan-Africanism and how he clashed with othe ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Henry David Thoreau.
 
As members of global capitalists societies, we're all well aware of what economic capital is and how it effects our lives. But did you know there are other kinds of capital? Pierre Bourdieu knew that, and he outlined them over the course of his sociological career. This week, Connor and Dan discuss the various forms and functions of Cultural Ca ...…
 
This week, your two favorite narc-ass uncles decide to put aside the beers and vodka sodas so they can partake in a little something the kids are calling "Jazz Grass." That's right. In honor of having an episode that's vaguely in the vicinity of 4/20, Connor and Dan did a drug. They also discussed the 1857 book "The Hasheesh Eater" written by A ...…
 
Plato once pined for a day when philosopher kings would rule civilization. A handful of centuries later he sort of got his wish when devout Stoic Marcus Aurelius took the reins as Emperor of Rome. To see what that this thoughtful bearded hunk was all about, Connor and Dan read some excerpts from his personal diary, later known as Meditations. T ...…
 
You've heard of Anarchy in the U.K. But Anarchy in the U.S.A.??? That's right! This week, Connor and Dan don their liberty spikes and chuck their molotov cocktails as they travel back to 19th century America and examine the various flavors of anarchism taking shape in the flailing union. Do these Free Love abolitionists have any good ideas? Or ...…
 
This New England philosopher was famous for wearing a red and white stripped shirt and getting lost in large crowds. He had a girlfriend, a dog, an evil cousin, and a friend who was also a wizard. Today we remember and celebrate him by talking about that stuff for five minutes and then focusing on the actual philosophy in the essay "Self-Relian ...…
 
In this episode of Dare To Think, I discuss anarchist legal order, a.k.a. polycentric legal order with legal scholar and philosopher, Gary Chartier. 4:01 Definitions 8:21 Anarchism and Natural Law Theory 13:19 How does anarchic legal order in a practical sense? Legal dispute resolution. 21:33 Anarchy and the creation of law; contract law vs vio ...…
 
Hey guys, remember Hamilton? That famous rap-tap-tapping musical that swept the nation some years ago? Well, Connor and Dan finally got around to doing a podcast episode that's minimally and tangentially related to that. Sure, John Locke gets a lot of the credit for inspiring the Founding Fathers but your boy Montesquieu deserves a second look ...…
 
Happy St. Paddy's Day to all the lads and lasses! To celebrate this holiest of high holidays, Connor and Dan take a look back at two very different Irish philosophers from the 17th century. George Berkeley's philosophical legacy is secure, though his ideas are a bit nonsense. John Toland is often forgotten, though his ideas were revolutionary. ...…
 
If you're tired of all your podcasts sounding the same, fitting into the same cookie-cutter shape, and convincing you to remain sedate and complacent, you might be confronting a little thing called the Culture Industry. German philosophy Theodor Adorno along with Max Horkheimer developed this Marxist critique of capitalist society before joinin ...…
 
After struggling to succinctly summarize multiple suggested topics, Dan decides to pull the rip cord and dedicate an entire episode to his passion: Lord of the Rings. But it's not just pure fandom here. He and Connor discuss the philosophy at work in Tolkien's fantasy epic which was at least partially inspired by his experiences in WWI. Tolkien ...…
 
In this episode of Dare to Think, I explore the Rothbardian-libertarian view of self-ownership, and see if it applies to the fetus. Abortion series episodes: 1. https://mereliberty.com/003 2. https://mereliberty.com/007 3. https://mereliberty.com/009 https://c4ss.org/content/16923 Episode Resources: Manuscript for episode can be found at: https ...…
 
The fact that Simone de Beauvoir is a straight-up genius is established canon on this podcast. But Connor and Dan have somehow made it over 250 episodes without ever discussing her second, incredibly influential essay, "The Ethics of Ambiguity." Get ready to get uncomfortable (not in a sexual way!). Also, there are some loud dogs near Dan's hou ...…
 
The twelfth part of my series on classical China. This episode covers the reign of Liu Shi, otherwise known as Emperor Yuan. Music by Shuishan Yu, from 'Guqin Music: The Vibrant Rhythm of Ancient Heroes', 2012. My website: https://offspinhistory.wordpress.com/By Offspin History.
 
No, he's not the Superman guy. But he does have a lot to do with the movies! This week, Connor and Dan discuss American philosopher Stanley Cavell, a pioneer in the realm of ordinary language philosophy and intellectual discussions of pop culture. He made dumb stuff sound smart! Kind of the opposite of this podcast!…
 
In this episode of Dare to Think, I explore the Rothbardian-libertarian view of self-ownership, and see if it applies to the fetus. Abortion series episodes: 1. https://mereliberty.com/003 2. https://mereliberty.com/007 Episode Resources: Manuscript for episode can be found at: https://mereliberty.com/009 To support the production of these epis ...…
 
Before Connor runs out the door to get to work, he and Dan manage to sit down for a brief, impassioned chat about the philosophy and culture of Japanese Samurai. Of course, a lot of their information comes from cool movies they like, but there is some concrete info in here from books like Bushido: The Soul of Japan and Hagekure. Hopefully this ...…
 
The eleventh part of my series on classical China. This episode covers the reign of Liu Bingyi, otherwise known as Emperor Xuan. Music by Shuishan Yu, from 'Guqin Music: The Vibrant Rhythm of Ancient Heroes', 2012. My website: https://offspinhistory.wordpress.com/By Offspin History.
 
This week the boys talk about a topic that was suggested by a great and wonderful and nice listener, 'Topher: Modern Stoicism! The updated millennial version! We also derail into a very funny topic that is not philosophy. You know the show! (I also did not listen to it before editing and posting, I can only assume we did that.) Enjoy!…
 
Hello Sliders! This week, Connor from a nearby bubble universe talks with a Dan that never quit his job at Bevmo! about parallel universes. They also get pretty stoked about the upcoming MIB international movie. Enjoy!By Drunken Philosophy.
 
The tenth part of my series on classical China. This episode covers the reign of Liu Fuling, otherwise known as Emperor Zhao. Music by Shuishan Yu, from 'Guqin Music: The Vibrant Rhythm of Ancient Heroes', 2012. My website: https://offspinhistory.wordpress.com/By Offspin History.
 
Since they're always talking about Netflix, streaming television, and the internet in general, Connor and Dan figured it was time they checked out Marshall McLuhan and his whole "Medium is the Message" thing. Turns out Dan is pretty interested in media studies (or so he claims) and they both have some thoughts on Black Mirror's new choose your ...…
 
In this episode, I interview Paul Jarvis about his book, Company of One where he challenges the idea of business growth for it's own sake. We discuss some interesting ideas like trade and specialization, automation and the effect it will have, and also the animated film, I, Pencil which explores basic Austrian-economic ideas. Links: Company of ...…
 
Trigger warning: Stuff gets aggressively horny in this episode! Based off a listener suggestion, Connor and Dan dive into the twisted world of French intellectual figure Georges Bataille who dabbled in everything from economics to mysticism to eroticism because that's just the kind of eclectic dude he was! We're talking transgressive art here, ...…
 
The ninth part of my series on classical China. This episode covers the internal policies of Liu Che, otherwise known Emperor Wu. Music by Shuishan Yu, 'The Vibrant Rhythm of Ancient Heroes', 2012.My website: https://offspinhistory.wordpress.com/By Offspin History.
 
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