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Religica is a comprehensive online platform at the axis of religion and society that provides non-sectarian, coherent, integrated and accessible awareness about the role of religion in society, with a focus on strengthening local communities.
 
Meditation & mindfulness from a non-religious, non-sectarian perspective. Dr. Jay has been practicing Dzogchen & Vajrayana Buddhism for over 25 years. He teaches in a secular style intended for those of all beliefs and backgrounds. His goal is to help you be happier and more peaceful. ****for a more traditional Buddhist teaching source we recommend this website: https://www.thebuddhapath.org ******Español:************Meditación y atención plena desde una perspectiva no religiosa, no sectaria ...
 
Akbar’s Chamber offers a non-political, non-sectarian and non-partisan space for exploring the past and present of Islam. It has no political or theological bias other than a commitment to the Socratic method (which is to say that questions lead us to understanding) and the empirical record (which is to say the evidence of the world around us). By these methods, Akbar’s Chamber is devoted to enriching public awareness of Islam and Muslims both past and present. The podcast aims to improve un ...
 
Acid Horizon is a theory podcast which confronts global crisis and the specter of a world that could be free. One of the many goals of Acid Horizon is to enrich discourses of liberation through a non-sectarian approach to reading theory. In the spirit of thinkers like Deleuze and Guattari, we endeavor to provide a space which values theory as a creative force, not just as the topic of debate. We also connect theory to the pervasive political challenges faced by global citizens. On the podcas ...
 
Sri Avinash is a non-sectarian spiritual Master, healer and author. Regarded by many as a Buddha of Compassion, he is a beautiful role model of peace, love and service to humanity. Sri Avinash's Mission is to help people all over the world achieve true inner peace. He travels to various cities sharing his teachings, and giving personal darshan blessings—transmitting divine love and spiritual strength to help remove people’s suffering and awaken love in their lives.
 
You are invited to join Myron McClellan and Lawrence Phillips for a monthly gathering of spiritual renewal in the company of the like-minded. Mystical Musings is a celebration of the sacred that promotes growth and an evolution of consciousness. The musing doesn't present doctrine or dogma, but rather explores the mystical dimensions of life and spirituality that support you in connecting with the Divine. Myron and Lawrence present a specific theme each month—an idea or issue that arises org ...
 
Alternative Frequencies | غيّر الموجة is a new bilingual podcast by the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies - a Beirut-based, independent, and non-profit research organization - dropping new episodes every Tuesday at 5PM (UTC+3). Recognizing a renewed interest in understanding the factors that led Lebanon into its overlapping crises, and wanting to discuss ways to move forward during these uncertain times, LCPS brings you informed 30-minute conversations with experts, scholars and activists o ...
 
We believe that Freemasonry provides a genuine initiatory experience and a pathway to mature masculinity. The Gentle Craft brings together men who might have otherwise been divided by class, race, religion, or sectarian opinion and allows them to become friends and Brothers. It provides important moral instruction and non-dogmatic support for faith in the Divine. It gives men a sense of their place in society, in history, and in the universe. Freemasonry is not only relevant for men in our m ...
 
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We engage with the existentialism of Benjamin Fondane, an existentialist philosopher who is not widely celebrated in the English speaking world but whose name enjoys renown among Francophones. Craig, Will, Adam, and Taylor look at “Existential Monday and the Sunday of History”, an essay which seeks to define the role of the existential philosopher …
 
This podcast was produced in collaboration with URI: United Religions Initiative. The Rev. Victor Kazanjian leads URl's global grassroots interfaith peacebuilding network of over 1,000 groups working in more than 100 countries and at the United Nations to build bridges of cooperation between people of all beliefs and cultures. Co-Founder of Educati…
 
In this episode, Sami Zoughaib hosts Dr. Nisreen Salti to discuss how the effects of Lebanon’s multifaceted crises have been affecting women disproportionately, the spillover of this phenomenon on the general socio-economic landscape, and the mitigation measures that should be included in the larger recovery framework. في هذه الحلقة، يستضيف سامي زغ…
 
Is metal (heavy, black, death, etc.) radical? is there something about metal that sets it apart from other genres as being potentially revolutionary? More broadly, can there exist an aesthetics capable of instigating a struggle against capital which resists recuperation? David Burke is a PhD candidate and music writer who has contributed to The Qui…
 
In 1898, an obscure Syrian scholar called Rashid Rida founded a magazine in Cairo called al-Manar (‘The Lighthouse’). Over the next forty years, it reached readers as far apart as India and Argentina, Africa and Indonesia, spreading worldwide the new form of Islam called Salafism. Despite never holding any formal religious office, by seizing the op…
 
In this week’s episode, Religica Founder Michael Reid Trice speaks with Jennifer Cate, who is the Executive Director of Hands Along the Nile. Jennifer and Michael discuss the Zabbaleen, the important work of Hands Along the Nile, and the power of language as a cultural influencer that is essential to our shared future in the world. Take a listen! M…
 
“The Oldest Systematic Program of German Idealism” is an esoteric text at the heart of 19th century German philosophy and of no certain authorship. The primary contention is that it was most likely written by either Hölderlin, Hegel, or Schelling during their time together as essentially collage dorm-mates whilst at Tübinger Stift in Germany, altho…
 
What is ‘left accelerationism’? (Are there more than one?) How has capitalism changed and what implications does it hold for emancipatory politics? In this episode, we examine some of the essential literature of L/acc, giving particular focus to Karl Marx’s “Fragment on Machines” from Grundrisse and Williams and Srnicek’s “Manifesto for an Accelera…
 
El discurso de hoy será sobre la atención plena: la idea de que prestar atención y notar constantemente lo que su mente está haciendo es necesario para mantener el pensamiento positivo y eliminar el fondo del pensamiento negativo. Esta es sin duda una de las claves de la verdadera felicidad. La Meditación de hoy será una meditación utilizando la re…
 
Today’s talk is about mindfulness: the idea that constantly paying attention and noticing what your mind is doing is required to maintain positive thinking and to thoroughly eliminate negative thinking. This is certainly one of the keys to true happiness. Today’s Meditation will first be a meditation on the breath and then we will do a practice of …
 
On this week’s episode, Nadim El Kak and fellow LCPS researcher Georgia Dagher talk about a study they co-authored on the performance of independent candidates in the 2018 elections. They discuss prospects for future elections and the different campaigning strategies adopted by independents while highlighting takeaways from the results of the vote.…
 
Step through the oddly placed door and enter the world of the weird and the eerie. In this episode, we dive into Mark Fisher’s The Weird and the Eerie with author and photographer Matt Colquhoun (xenogothic.com). Matt is the Author of Egress: On Mourning, Melancholy and Mark Fisher. He has also edited the compilation final lecture series entitled P…
 
On this week's episode, Nadim is joined by Dr Sami Atallah to discuss Hariri's appointment as PM-delegate, what to expect from his government, approaches to the economic crisis, the implications of an IMF deal, the downfall of the FPM, and expectations from the next Parliamentary elections. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alt-frequen…
 
In this Concepts in Focus episode, Craig breaks down the concept of the 'image of thought' in Deleuze's work. This discussion draws mostly upon the early works of Deleuze, particularly Difference and Repetition and Proust and Signs. A forthcoming discussion of Proust and Signs will be available as subsequent Patreon exclusive episode.…
 
El discurso de hoy será sobre el sustento virtuoso, la idea de que nuestro sustento puede ser poderosamente influenciado por nuestra mente, pero que nuestro sustento también puede influir poderosamente nuestra mente en direcciones positivas o negativas. La Meditación de hoy utilizará un mantra que promueva el sustento virtuoso.…
 
This podcast was produced in collaboration with URI: United Religions Initiative. Samira Fatma Barucija was born in Sarajevo in 1994. She is a youth leader, peacebuilder, and Co-Founder of Youth for Peace, a grassroots NGO in Sarajevo and a URI Cooperation Circle. Her personal story of loss and public commitment to peacebuilding in Bosnia and Herze…
 
في الحلقة ١٤ من بودكاست غيّر الموجة، يحاور سامي زغيب الخبير المالي دان قزّي عن القيود على السحوبات بالليرة اللبنانية وغاياتها، أثرها على الإقتصاد،وفشل المقاربة النقدية "الداروينية" المعتمدة من المصرف المركزي والحكومة لمعالجة الأزمة. On the 14th episode of the Alternative Frequencies podcast, Sami Zoughaib talks with financial expert Dan Azzi about …
 
We talk with our buddy Gouff, whom we met at the beginning of the pandemic. Gouff writes for an online journal called Fǎn (反) on Medium. In this episode, we talk about the concept of fictitious science, a notion which challenges the allegation that a boundary exists between the literary and the literal. We also confront the (faulty) assertion that …
 
This podcast was produced in collaboration with URI: United Religions Initiative. Melinda Kramer and Amira Diamond Have been together as co-directors of the Women’s Earth Alliance since 2007. Women’s Earth Alliance aims to bridge the resource gap for women at the grassroots level who are tackling our world’s most critical environmental challenges. …
 
في حلقة هذا الأسبوع، تستضيف كارول أبي غانم عالمة الاجتماع والخبيرة في العمل اللاعنفي الدكتورة أوغاريت يونان للحديث عن مقاربتها للتنظيم السياسي، استراتيجيات النضال المختلفة، انتفاضة ١٧ تشرين، ولاستخلاص دروس من تجارب تاريخية أخرى في العالم. In this week's episode, Carol Abi Ghanem hosts sociologist and non-violence education and action advocate Dr Og…
 
The early Marx provides us with an account of deprivations experienced by workers under capitalism, namely in the form of what Marx calls 'estranged labor' and 'alienation'. Craig, Adam, Will, and Matt offer both a summary and analysis of the relevant sections of Marx's Paris Manuscripts. There is also an ensuing discussion of Marx's alleged humani…
 
El discurso de hoy será sobre el discurso positiva o la forma positiva o virtuosa de hablar, la idea de que nuestra manera de hablar es un poderoso reflejo de nuestra mente y estamos mejor tratando de dirigirla siempre en direcciones positivas. La Meditación de hoy utilizará un mantra que promueva el pensamiento y el discurso virtuosos…
 
This podcast was produced in collaboration with URI: United Religions Initiative. James Patton is President of the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy, based out of Washington, D.C., and for two decades has worked in complex environments around the world. He has assessed the impacts of drug policies in Bolivia, trained Cambodian Buddhis…
 
In this episode, Carol Abi Ghanem hosts Jasmin Lilian Diab to discuss the marginalized and neglected refugees in Lebanon during the COVID pandemic. Jasmin discusses COVID measures, their impact on the refugee community in Lebanon, as well as the surge in discourse around gender-based violence among refugee communities. --- Send in a voice message: …
 
Theory maven and translator Taylor Adkins joins Will and Craig to recall interesting interpretations of Plato's 'Phaedrus' as we venture our own insights. Important figures encountered in the discussion are Nietzsche, Foucault, Deleuze, Derrida, and Simondon. We also discuss Taylor's soon to be released translation of Simondon. Support us on Patreo…
 
El discurso de hoy será sobre “la intención” apropiada: la idea de que si siempre nos esforzamos por tener una intención positiva, conduciremos al pensamiento positivo, acciones positivas, y la felicidad. La Meditación de hoy será comenzando con una buena intención, luego para crear una meditación con mantra que fortalecerá y mantendrá nuestra buen…
 
This podcast was produced in collaboration with URI: United Religions Initiative. Since 2016, Sarah Oliver has served as the URI Youth Coordinator for the Southern African region. In this role, she has led interfaith and leadership skills training programs with youth from Cooperation Circles across South Africa, Malawi, and Mozambique. Sarah also d…
 
On the eleventh episode, Nadim El Kak is joined by political scientist Dr Bassel Salloukh to discuss the stepping down of former PM-designate Mustapha Adib, the nature of Lebanon’s sectarian regime, why it is so resilient, and how to undermine the ideological hegemony of ruling parties. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alt-frequencies…
 
Anti-utilitarianism. An account of the sacred. Expenditure and destruction under capitalism. In this episode, Will, Adam, and Craig discuss the 1933 text "The Notion of Expenditure" by Georges Bataille. We compare the concept in focus to Deleuze and Guattari's notion of antiproduction and the body without organs. We also talk about Marxism, Mauss, …
 
El discurso de hoy será sobre “la vista”: la idea de que nuestra verdadera naturaleza es el pensamiento positivo y la felicidad. La Meditación de hoy será descansar en nuestra verdadera naturaleza; reconociendo nuestra felicidad que siempre está ahí. Una vez más, voy a hablar lo mínimo posible mientras los guio, para dar un poco más de espacio para…
 
On our tenth episode, Sami Zoughaib is joined by policy researcher Nancy Ezzeddine to discuss Lebanon's industrial sector, its untapped potential, history, place in the region, challenges it's facing, and what needs to be done to support it going forward. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alt-frequencies/message…
 
Author, blogger, and photographer Matt Colquhoun joins us (as promised) for a first look at a compilation of last lectures given by Mark Fisher at Goldsmiths in 2016. The lecture series on postcapitalist desire intends to explore the seemingly unsurpassable milieu of global capitalism and its pervasive affectivity. Through figures like Marcus, Luka…
 
This podcast was produced in collaboration with URI: United Religions Initiative. Mamoun Khreisat holds a Master's Degree in International Business and is the founder of the Friends of Foreigners Club at the University of Jordan. He has been a dedicated social worker since the early 1990s, with a lifelong commitment to promoting intercultural and i…
 
في الحلقة التاسعة من بودكاست غيّر الموجة، يحاور سامي زغيب الخبيرة الإقتصادية في شؤون الشرق الأوسط علياء المبيّض، عن الأزمة المالية في لبنان، أسسها، أداء السلطة السياسية في التعامل معها حتى اللحظة، الدروس المستخلصة من تجربة الحكومة المستقيلة، وكيفية المضيّ قدما في مسار المعالجة. On the ninth episode of Alternative Frequencies, Sami Zoughaib is joine…
 
“Answers Without Organs” is the name of Acid Horizon’s special Q&A episode series. In this episode, we field various questions from our listeners on a variety of topics. This episode features discussions regarding advice to prospective graduate students as well as our takes on various theory-related issues. Thinkers featured in the discussion are D…
 
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