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For the curious. A philosophy podcast that sometimes flirts with other disciplines, Within Reason has featured guests including Richard Dawkins, Douglas Murray, William Lane Craig, Peter Singer, Konstantin Kisin, and Neil deGrasse Tyson.
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American Hysteria explores how fantastical thinking has shaped our culture – moral panics, urban legends, hoaxes, crazes, fringe beliefs, and national misunderstandings. Poet-turned-podcaster Chelsey Weber-Smith tells the strangest stories from American history and examines the forces that create the reality we share, and sometimes, the reality we don't.
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Very Bad Wizards
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Very Bad Wizards

Tamler Sommers & David Pizarro

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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.
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Moral Minority is a podcast on moral philosophy and the problem of moral foundations. Why does morality matter? What grounds the moral principles to which we appeal when making judgments about right and wrong, justice and injustice? Do we have good grounds for making the judgments we do make–in our everyday lives, our relationships, our work, or in politics? And if not, where does that leave us?
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Join neuroscientist, philosopher, and five-time New York Times best-selling author Sam Harris as he explores important and controversial questions about the mind, society, current events, moral philosophy, religion, and rationality—with an overarching focus on how a growing understanding of ourselves and the world is changing our sense of how we should live. Sam is also the creator of the Waking Up app. Combining Sam’s decades of mindfulness practice, profound wisdom from varied philosophica ...
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Moral Combat is a podcast hosted by siblings Nathan and Zach Blaustone. Join them as they discuss their passion for music production, their experiences with religious trauma, and share some laughs along the way. With their unique perspectives and dynamic personalities, Nathan and Zach bring an engaging and entertaining take on a variety of topics. Our mission is to facilitate respectful conversations that promote growth, communication, healing, authenticity, and siblinghood. Tune in to Moral ...
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Welcome to the Moral Imagination Podcast. The overarching theme of my podcast is what it means to be a human person and what makes for a meaningful and good life. We will discuss philosophy of the human person, culture, religion, social philosophy, and many other related topics, like education, learning, economics, food, technology, artificial intelligence, and intellectual history. My goal is to interact with ideas and people whose work I find challenging, and intellectually and socially im ...
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The Public Morality, produced by WSNC, is a weekly broadcast focused on contemporary issues, including politics, and culture. Hosted by Byron Williams, The Public Morality is a 60-minute judicious conversation with some of the nation’s leading thinkers, authors, and activists.
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The Moral Minority Show is where theology, culture, and justice collide. Josh Luckett and Kennedy Curley explore what it means to be Christians and ethnic minorities in the 21st Century as they discuss life, art, and the beauty of following Jesus despite trauma from within the Church. They are joined by guests with their own unique experiences as they craft a vision of theology from the margins.
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Whether it's the debauchery of ancient Roman emperors, the Tudor crime family, the shenanigans behind the Chair of St. Peter, or the Austrian elites’ attempts to save themselves by trading their daughters to other royal houses, it turns out that our betters have always been among our worst. Join Alicia and Stacie from Trashy Divorces as we turn our jaded eyes to a different kind of moral garbage fire: Trashy Royals! Thursdays. Brought to you by Hemlock Creatives.
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The news from Israel can feel overwhelming – but Torah gives us language for understanding current events with complexity and compassion. From Hadar’s Beit Midrash in Jerusalem, Rabbi Avital Hochstein joins Rabbi Avi Killip to unpack some of the most pressing spiritual and moral questions in Israel today.
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Interviews with activists, social scientists, entrepreneurs and change-makers about the most effective strategies to expand humanity’s moral circle, with an emphasis on expanding the circle to farmed animals. Host Jamie Harris, a researcher at moral expansion think tank Sentience Institute, takes a deep dive with guests into advocacy strategies from political initiatives to corporate campaigns to technological innovation to consumer interventions, and discusses advocacy lessons from history, ...
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Jason, Ben, and Corrigan play classic LucasArts video games (and related games) and talk about them. They cover the history, gameplay, and the most difficult puzzles from those old adventure games you love. Monkey Island, Indiana Jones, Sam & Max, and Day of the Tentacle are all covered here, plus a few insights, interviews, and some snazzy music. Plus a bunch more of course. New episodes up monthly. Relive your youth or someone else’s!
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Author, essayist and journalist Meghan Daum has spent decades giving voice—and bringing nuance, humor and surprising perspectives—to things that lots of people are thinking but are afraid to say out loud. Now, she brings her observations to the realm of conversation. In candid, free-ranging interviews, Meghan talks with artists, entertainers, journalists, scientists, scholars, and anyone else who’s willing to do the “unspeakable” and question prevailing cultural and moral assumptions.
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Simon Jack and Zing Tsjeng find out how the richest people on the planet made their billions, and then they judge them. Are they good, bad, or just another billionaire? Good Bad Billionaire is here to lift the curtain on the minds, motives and money of some of the world's wealthiest individuals. Hosted by Simon Jack, Business Editor for BBC News, and journalist, author and podcaster Zing Tsjeng, this ground-breaking new series examines the rise of a different billionaire each week to answer ...
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ATL - MIA done better than Pitbull and the Ying Yang Twins. Angie and Priscilla navigate the world as two strong, independent women, or so we tell ourselves. From Bravo, relationships, careers, and all things life, tune in to listen to the world through our eyes. Don't forget to follow us on all our platforms: Instagram - @HighHeelsLowMoralsPod Facebook - /HighHeelsLowMoralsPod Twitter/X - @HHLMPodcast TikTok - @hhlm_podcast
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A German history starting in the Middle Ages when the emperors fought an epic struggle with the papacy to the Reformation, the great 18th century of Kant, Goethe, Gauss, the rise of Prussia and the horrors of the Nazi regime. We will end with the post-war period of moral and physical rebuilding. As Gregory of Tours (539-594) said: "A great many things keep happening, some good, some bad" .
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There’s so much new technology to adapt to these days: automation, AI, holograms… It’s overwhelming! But technologists, philosophers, care practitioners, and theologians can help us navigate these changing waters. On Moral Repair: A Black Exploration of Tech, hosts Annanda Barclay and Keisha McKenzie talk with tech and spiritual leaders. They explore technological innovation and hazard while showcasing practical wisdom from the African continent and diaspora to nurture wellbeing for all. Mor ...
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In Jewish Inspiration for Living a Moral & Spiritual Life, Valley Beit Midrash's President and Dean – Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz – explores how Torah and Jewish ethics can relate to everyday life. This channel is home to all of Rabbi Shmuly’s class series, including: • 39 Ways to Repair the World (’20-’21) • 40 Greatest Debates in Jewish History (’21-’22) • Pearls of Jewish Wisdom on Living with Kindness (’22-’23) • 45 Great Philosophers and What They Mean for Judaism (’23-’24) Listen to VB ...
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Join two curious STEM students on a journey to peel back the layers of some of the most complex and divisive philosophical questions. They will tackle their many disagreements through logical, fiery debate which will illuminate the truth and burn away the falsehoods. Get ready for wild opinions, unexpected arguments, and a genuine sense of camaraderie.
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2 Lives
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2 Lives

Laurel Morales

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"We all have two lives. The second begins the moment we realize we have only one." Stories of people who have faced darkness and how those moments transformed them. 2 Lives is hosted and written by Laurel Morales and story edited by Ruxandra Guidi. Lauren Vespoli is the assistant producer. Pod art and website designed by Christian Arnder, music from Blue Dot Sessions.
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Welcome back, friends! This week the girls do a quick recap of the People's Choice Awards, discuss the latest of Tom Sandoval's disappointing acts, then dive into recaps of VPR, RHOP, RHOBH, and RHOM! Don't forget to follow us on all our platforms: Instagram - @HighHeelsLowMoralsPod Facebook - /HighHeelsLowMoralsPod Twitter/X - @HHLMPodcast TikTok …
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This episode examines Alasdair MacIntyre's attempt to explain the existence of interminable moral and political disagreement as a symptom of the disarray of our inherited moral concepts. MacIntyre contends that the best way to unify our disparate and competing concepts of right, obligation, and virtue is to understand them as emerging from determin…
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Episode 146: Live with Dr. Jacquie Hadnot Dr. Hadnot is an author, teacher and entrepreneur whose passion is to empower individuals to walk in passion and purpose. She has helped individuals launch successful perfume brands into the marketplace. She is also a grant writer. So, if you are interested in starting your own perfume line, she can also he…
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Sam Harris speaks with John Gray about the possibility of moral and political progress. They discuss historical and current threats to freedom of thought, the limits of law, the spread of dangerous technology, failures of convergence on norms and values, Arthur Koestler, de-industrialization in Europe, fellow travelers and the progressive embrace o…
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In episode 67 of the Moral Combat Podcast, Nathaniel and Zachary delve into the complexities of healing from religious trauma after leaving their evangelical Christian upbringing. The brothers discuss the challenging process of questioning ingrained beliefs and values, the importance of finding joy in the present, and the everyday challenges of wor…
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In each episode of “45 Great Philosophers & What They Mean for Judaism,” Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz (President and Dean of Valley Beit Midrash) explores influential philosophers and how their teachings and beliefs relate to Jewish values and traditions. Listen to “45 Great Philosophers & What They Mean for Judaism” on your preferred podcast platfo…
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“I call this the emotional alignment design policy. So the idea is that corporations, if they create sentient machines, should create them so that it's obvious to users that they're sentient. And so they evoke appropriate emotional reactions to sentient users. So you don't create a sentient machine and then put it in a bland box that no one will ha…
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Have you ever considered the moral dilemma of a hologram narrating someone's life story for them? We interview Otis Moss III about the interactive AI hologram of his father Civil Rights Leader Otis Moss Jr. showcased at the Maltz Museum in Ohio. We interview Public Theologian Zuogwi Earl Reeves on how the black wisdom of hip-hop plays a pivotal rol…
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In this episode of the Moral Imagination Podcast I speak with Hungarian Ambassador to the Holy See and the Sovereign Order of Malta, Ambassador Eduard Habsburg, about his book The Habsburg Way: Seven Rules for Turbulent Times. We discuss a number of themes including some history of the Habsburg Dynasty, the life and death of Blessed Charles of Aust…
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The last week saw two contrasting examples of how societies treat killers. Valdo Calocane, who killed three people in Nottingham and tried to kill three more, avoided jail and was instead sent to a secure hospital for life because of his mental illness. One of the victim’s relatives protested that he “got away with murder”. Meanwhile in America, co…
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The U.S. supreme court recently voted that Texas can not block federal border agents from cutting their new razor wiring along the Texas border. Texas has since defied the court ruling and with backing from the vast majority of the GOP this situation seems like a mixture of a political stunt and a volatile situation. Here is Josh's brief response t…
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Ben's eldest kid, Olivia was on the podcast a few years ago but now they're back and bigger and better than ever and have a carefully curated list of their top 18 video games they're dying to tell you about. Olivia put a lot of time into this list and have very specific notes, so hopefully this episode can help you pick your next fun adventure, or …
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