Best Morality podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks explores what morality means in the 21st Century, with leading global thinkers and British 6th form students.
The Public Morality
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.
One of the most controversial novels written by Austen, Mansfield Park follows the life of the young heroine Fanny Price as she searches for her place in society. Set in early 19th century England, the classic novel depicts the social issues of the time including marriage, social mobility and morality. The classic centers on the life of the poor young girl Fanny Price, who is the oldest daughter of nine siblings. Her father is a former naval officer and a heavy drinker, while her mother has ...
Knowledge, Reality, Truth, Morality … Daniel Kaufman, Massimo Pigliucci, and their guests explore the rich universe of philosophical investigation and inquiry.
No Match For A Blaster is a Star Wars RPG Podcast! Using the Edge of the Empire / Age of Rebellion / Force and Destiny books by Fantasy Flight Games and Lucas Books, we follow Remi Drobash and Camiya and Kasi Ceryss on their quest to save their small moon of Hoban from being caught in the crossfire of the war with the First Order. Will our heroes save their nerf-herding home? Only time will tell! No Match For A Blaster is a podcast by Morality Plays.
Very Bad Wizards
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.
The strands woven together in Gustave Flaubert's famous, path breaking 1856 novel Madame Bovary include a provincial town in Normandy, France, a shy young doctor with an indifferent career and a lovely young woman who lives in a fantasy world based on the innumerable romantic novels she reads. Of course there is also the story of a dull marriage punctuated by passionate, adulterous love affairs. First published in serial form in a Parisian magazine and deemed to be the “perfect” novel, Flaub ...
Reflections on Orthodox Theology and Biblical Studies - Fr. Lawrence Farley offers brief commentary and analysis on topics related to Orthodoxy, theology, morality, the Scriptures, and contemporary culture.
Vince and Jo Vitale lead this weekly podcast which focuses on listener-submitted questions on meaning, morality, origin, and destiny. Ask Away is designed to be a place where can you ask your biggest questions and find answers.
Alli and Mary take on Joss Whedon's underrated sci-fi morality tale, Dollhouse. Stay tuned for episode-by-episode discussion! And, as always, booze. Previously on Must Be Tuesday: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Veronica Mars, and Firefly. Find us: @mbtpodcast on twitter
A Skeptic and a Seeker in conversation about matters of god, religion, morality, and other things that matter.
Searching for More
Hosted by the Diocese of Arlington, “Searching For More” features interviews and discussions about topics ranging from culture, morality, sexuality, Church history, stories of those who have overcome adversity, the moral implications of public policy, and more. In addition to interviews, some podcasts will emanate from talks, speeches, homilies, and lectures given throughout the Diocese. Have an idea for a topic or guest for the podcast? Please email your idea to
Welcome to Philosophication, the show where two non-experts philosophize about all things complicated, controversial, or simply interesting. We’ll tackle topics ranging from morality and ethics to current events, from politics to pop culture, and from philosophy to whatever else we happen to find interesting. We don’t claim to be experts, and we’re sure to get things wrong from time to time, but one thing you will always find here is a commitment to free and open dialogue on a variety of com ...
As a regular part of The 700 Club television program, Pat and Gordon Robertson invite millions of viewers to 'Bring It On' as they submit probing questions about life, morality, and the Scriptures.
Welcome to I’ll Take a Death Note and Read It, a podcast on the manga Death Note by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. We’ll take each a close look at each volume of the series to explore questions about morality, human nature, potato chips, and more. Like what you hear? Gimme a rating on iTunes! You can also send questions and comments to
Peace In A Podcast
Minimalism, Mindfulness, Mastery
This is the final installment in Sophocles's Theban Plays, following Oedipus Rex and Oedipus at Colonus. Oedipus's daughter Antigone deliberately breaks the laws of Thebes when she buries her brother's body and is sentenced to death. She clashes with Creon, the King of Thebes, over what constitutes justice and morality: the laws of the state or the laws of the individual.
A mysterious door-way, an incident of ferocious violence, a respectable and popular scientist, well-known for his enjoyable dinner parties who suddenly changes his will, the brutal killing of an elderly Member of Parliament, a diabolical serum that can transform one person into another – truly the ingredients of a fast good thriller! Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde has captured the imaginations of readers ever since it was first published in 1886. It met wi ...
On the Shortness Of Life by Seneca the Younger. The writings of the ancient Roman philosopher Seneca offer powerful insights into Stoicism, Morality and the importance of reason. Daily reading from the book that offers simple yet profound insights into how to lead your life. Tune in for a short session every day!
Regarded as the one of the earliest examples of feminist philosophy, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman is written as a direct response to Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord, a French politician who delivered a report to the French National Assembly suggesting that women should only receive domestic education and additionally encourages women to stay clear of political affairs. In her treatise, Wollstonecraft avidly criticizes this inadequate perception of women as an inferior sex and ...
JAYA Collective
We believe in the soul. We believe in the power within. We believe in choices, accountability, and transcendence. We are four women here to serve those who seek a path of meaning. Providing guidance and support deeply grounded in reverence for the soul's journey as you awaken to The Self. Jaya means victory over ego. It's about how morality is a subtle art. It is a moving treatise on connecting with the higher self before one decides to conquer the world or how even conquering the world will ...
In this introduction to ethics, we shall be considering the underpinnings of ethical thought. We shall consider, for example, what it is for an action to be right or wrong, whether we can have moral knowledge and whether freewill is essential to morality. We shall reflect on four key ethical theories (virtue ethics, deontology, non-cognitivism and utilitarianism), looking at both their strengths and their weaknesses. We shall be looking at morality in the context of the individual and thecon ...
Inspired by a true life story, Lady Audley's Secret is the story of a woman's overwhelming ambition and passion for social success. When the first book came out in 1862, Victorian readers were shocked and outraged by its portrayal of aspects like bigamy, insanity, yearning for social status and the will to commit murder to achieve one's goals. The novel belongs to a genre that became very popular during that era. Known as “sensation novels” they can probably be equated to today's pulp fictio ...
Emma Goldman, the most famous anarchist in American history, shows the whole range of her iconoclastic thought in this collection of essays. Drawing from a wealth of illustrative material, including the examples of fellow anarchists and radicals of her own acquaintance, modern martyrs, dissident playwrights, poets, and authors, etc., she delineates the main themes of her philosophy with incisiveness and evangelical passion. Included among these themes are: a definition of decentralized anarc ...
Recklessly Skeptical
Three guys from Utah analyzing philosophy, politics, current events, morality and whatever else we feel like.
The James T. Harris show is Southern Arizona's entertaining, interactive afternoon show.The beautiful man broadcasts live from Tucson and wants you to join the conversation by calling 520-751-1041.James T is the professor, preacher and favorite afternoon teacher of Tucson radio with a balance of ethics, morality, humor and a wicked “right” hook.Plus we deliver the latest news and weather at the top and bottom of the hour and breaking news as it happens.
Moral Maze
Combative, provocative and engaging live debate examining the moral issues behind one of the week's news stories. #moralmaze
Think Club
I make slickly edited video essays, documentaries and compilation videos. A place for spirited debate and thoughtful dialog.Website: https://AdamFriended.comPodcast: Merch:
In this book I have written about some aspects of the war which, Ibelieve, the world must know and remember, not only as a memorial ofmen's courage in tragic years, but as a warning of what will happenagain--surely--if a heritage of evil and of folly is not cut out of thehearts of peoples. Here it is the reality of modern warfare not only asit appears to British soldiers, of whom I can tell, but to soldiers onall the fronts where conditions were the same...The purpose of this book is to get ...
Living in the Gray
Living in the Gray is a thought-provoking podcast series that engages listeners in the gray areas of religion, marriage, children, dating, and morality.
Philosophy Bites
top philosophers interviewed on bite-sized topics
Excerpt from How the Specter of Communism Is Ruling Our World
Martin Eden (1909) is a novel by American author Jack London, about a struggling young writer. It was first serialized in the Pacific Monthly magazine from September 1908 to September 1909, and subsequently published in book form by The Macmillan Company in September 1909.This book is a favorite among writers, who relate to Martin Eden's speculation that when he mailed off a manuscript, 'there was no human editor at the other end, but a mere cunning arrangement of cogs that changed the manus ...
From Altruism to Wittgenstein, philosophers, theories and key themes.
Significant international thinkers deliver the BBC's flagship annual lecture series
Selected Shorts
Spellbinding short stories by established and emerging writers take on a new life when they are performed by stars of the stage and screen.
The Popcast is hosted by Jon Caramanica, a pop music critic for The New York Times. It covers the latest in popular music criticism, trends and news.
The Finding God in the Body podcast is hosted by Benjamin Riggs. This podcast offers thoughtful commentary on religion, spirituality, morality, and politics. Benjamin Riggs is the author of Finding God in the Body: A Spiritual Path for the Modern West. Ben lives in Shreveport, LA where he works as a meditation teacher, author, and columnist.
End of Western Civilization got you down? All is tickety-boo on The Andrew Klavan Show as Andrew laughs his way though Armageddon with political satire, cultural commentary, interviews and relentless mockery of racial pieties, sexual perversities, and feminist absurdities. Monday thru Thursday. 518438
Here We Are
Join comedian Shane Mauss as he interviews science experts across the country in a journey to find out what makes us who we are.
Manfred is a dramatic poem in three acts by Lord Byron, and possibly a self confessional work. A noble, Manfred, is haunted by the memory of some unspeakable crime. In seeking for forgetfulness and oblivion, he wanders between his castle and the mountains. He has several encounters with the people who try to assist him, as well as spirits that rule nature and human destiny. The poem explores themes of morality, religion, guilt and the human condition. (Summary by TimSC)CastManfred: TimSCFirs ...
EconTalk is an award-winning weekly talk show about economics in daily life. Featured guests include renowned economics professors, Nobel Prize winners, and exciting speakers on all kinds of topical matters related to economic thought. Host Russ Roberts, of the Library of Economics and Liberty and the Hoover Institution, draws you in with lively guests and creative repartee. Topics include health care, business cycles, economic growth, free trade, education, finance, politics, sports, book r ...
The Financial Times's Jonathan Moules talks to entrepreneurs about building successful brands, giving birth during a funding round, and rebuilding a reputation in the wake of bankruptcy. Real stories from those who've done it, from idea to exit. Produced by Fiona Symon
AnthroPod is produced by the Society for Cultural Anthropology ( Each episode, we explore what anthropologists and anthropology can teach us about the world and people around us.
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Ivan Hernandez and Red Scott break down every episode of HBO's Game of Thrones, Westworld, and other pop culture properties. In the off-season, we discuss George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" novels, along with our "What You Should Be Watching" episodes. For questions, rants, and praise, follow us on twitter at @boarsgoreswords.
Tyler Cowen engages today’s deepest thinkers in wide-ranging explorations of their work, the world, and everything in between. New conversations every other Wednesday. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.
Why do some people achieve and succeed and some do not? We are all capable of more, so what causes some to believe it and make progress toward our desires, while others get stuck? Zig Ziglar is acclaimed as the world’s premier motivator and in this show, host Kevin Miller and Ziglar star co-hosts continue the legacy by bringing you today’s top world influencers and deciphering what brought them from “zero to hero”. What do they attribute their early desire to? What did they have to do to gro ...
Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandel examines the thinking behind a current controversy
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From British punk-rap to 1970s-influenced country to morbid electronic pop, a guide to new artists to watch. Guest: The New York Times's Jon Pareles.
As new info on the FBI's outrageous Keystone Kop Koup comes out, the feds leak dirt on Trump hoping to justify themselves. Plus the Mailbag.Date: 1-18-2019
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No wonder they don't want a wall. Why should they protect a culture they despise?Date: 1-17-2019
Guest host Josh Radnor presents works by Carrie Brownstein and George Saunders. Brownstein reads from her memoir “Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl.” BD Wong performs Saunders’ “My Chivalric Fiasco,” about a goofy knight errant at a Renaissance Fair, and Anthony Rapp performs Saunders’ “Sticks”, a brief portrait of an eccentric dad. We also hear Br ...…
This is the first of 4 supplemental episodes on the nature and existence of the human soul (i.e. substance dualism); this will be an general introduction to the series and provide an explanation as to what the Christian position of substance dualism is about.
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As a writer of profiles, Larissa MacFarquhar is granted the privilege of listening to, learning from, and sharing the stories of extraordinary thinkers like Derik Parfit, Noam Chomsky, Hilary Mantel, and Paul Krugman. And she’s often drawn to write about the individual thinking behind extreme altruism, dementia care, and whether to stay in a sm ...…
A bicycle wheel is also a flat circle as Ivan & Red return to discuss HBO’s True Detective. After an inexplicable choice to strap itself to Vince Vaughan for a season, Mahershala Ali single-handedly rights a series. Support Ivan & Red!-> Follow us on twitter->@boarsgoreswords Find us on facebook-> ...…
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Congressman Steve King loses committee assignments over white supremacy remarks, but the left wants much, much more.Date: 1-15-2019
This week we finish up the present day Dollhouse plotlines before jumping into the ~future~ next week. There is some high-impact storytelling going on here, and a solid effort to wrap up the show for fans. Still... there is less than no room to breathe, and the episodes and characters suffer. Ultimately, Dollhouse realizes its potential more th ...…
Shane talks about the effect of television and digital media on childhood development, with Ph.D. Heather Kirkorian: Associate Professor of Human Development & Family Studies and Director of Cognitive Development at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Charity Of The Week - The Rape Crisis Center Visit our sponsor: Quip Elec ...…
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My original Marxist video: discussion with Ben: Telling Each Other How Smart They Are: thanks to my Think Club patrons Itay Lutzky, Brad Camp, John Le Scone, Josh Henderson, Luis Perez, Kalaanidhi Ananda, Bob Balabuch, Josh Cornelius, Paul Gut ...…
The Times and its cronies try to whitewash FBI Malfeasance. Plus Spike Lee's BlackkKlansman and how politics makes artists dumb.Date: 1-14-2019
Philosophers often talk about possible worlds. Is this just a way of describing counterfactual situations? As Helen Beebee explains, some of them believe that possible worlds actually exist. This episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast is supported by the Marc Sanders Foundation and by Patreon donations.…
Historian and author Stephen Kotkin of Princeton University and Stanford University's Hoover Institution talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the historical significance of the life and work of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Solzhenitsyn's birth.
Historian and author Stephen Kotkin of Princeton University and Stanford University's Hoover Institution talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the historical significance of the life and work of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Solzhenitsyn's birth.
We’re on our way to find the weapon that can kill a Sith Lord… Well, if we can figure out where it is. No Match For A Blaster is a podcast by Morality Plays.If you have a comment for the show, find us on Facebook or Twitter, @NoMatchPodcast. Star Wars: Edge of the Empire, Age of Rebellion, and Force and Destiny are made by Fantasy Flight Games ...…
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