Best Outsider Intellectuals podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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This podcast aims to improve upon the range of conversations that are possible within contemporary academia and the mainstream media. If you’re interested in intellectual pluralism rather than the cosmetic forms of diversity so common in the public sphere today, the people featured in this podcast may help to broaden your horizons in invigorating ways.Biographical note: John Tangney teaches humanities in the School of Advanced Studies at the University of Tyumen, Russia.
 
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 Neil Gaiman, Alan Alda, Salman Rushdie, Mary-Louise Parker, Richard Dawkins, Margaret Atwood, Sam Harris, Daniel Dennett, Saul Williams, Henry Rollins, Bill Nye, George Takei, Maria Popova, 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 ...
 
FlyYoungIntellectual™ (F.Y.I.) is a movement that I started based on a mentality that I personally have. The (FLY) aspect revolves around the saying “You Look Good, you Feel GOOD!" (YOUNG) is another frame of mind since you're as young as you FEEL! Last but not least, the (INTELLECTUAL) aspect to me is really based on the ability to think OUTSIDE the box and challenge the Status Quo. Join the Movement! #InformInspireInteract
 
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City Bible Forum
Weekly+
 
City Bible Forum explores some of life's biggest questions. Perhaps you are considering where God might fit into your life. Our aim is to explore this with you in an open manner that is enjoyable, intellectually credible and which meets the needs of professional life. We love to discuss the relevance of God and the many obstacles to faith people have. We do this in a variety of forums and discussion groups over breakfast, lunch and after work at many different city venues. We are active in e ...
 
If you have read DH Lawrence's The Rainbow, you'd certainly want to read the sequel, Women in Love. Published in 1920, the two books were originally meant to be a single work, spanning several generations of the Brangwen family, especially the women. However, a complicated publishing history, delays and editorial revisions, followed by the hostile reception and controversies that faced The Rainbow led to a gap of five years between the two books. Yet, by 21st century standards, Women in Love ...
 
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ICT Pulse Podcast
Weekly
 
A deep dive into topical Information and Communication Technology (ICT) issues from a Caribbean perspective, through interviews and group discussions with specialists, experts and people trying to make a difference in the tech space. New episodes are released every Wednesday. Show notes are available at ict-pulse.com
 
My mission is to cultivate small communities of good people raising tiny humans with the tools and intuition to be the next generation to think outside the box.I support mental health awareness and encourage intellectual conversations with your kids to help them find themselves and develop a deeper emotional intelligence, enabling them to thrive and be resilient. By interviewing important people from my past and present, I will patch together the pieces I’ve forgotten in hopes of undiscoveri ...
 
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There are many things we may be better off without: slow Internet and pineapple on pizza, but what about the Christian faith? In an honest conversation Simon Smart confronts the failings of the church and offers another possibly better story.
 
I like to think. If I didn’t, this would be the wrong job for me. But I realize that as open-minded as I like to consider myself, I’ve taken a thick, black sharpie to certain areas of the philosophical map, scrawling “here there be monsters” and leaving them be. We’re all like this to some extent—it’s the flip side of interest—even if you’re su ...…
 
Eli Serabeth is a professional tarot reader and a kabbalist. In this episode he explains his heterodox worldview and how it alienated him from mainstream academia where he did a Ph.D in theology before embarking on an individual path into esoteric thought and practice. You can read his work or contact him through his website: http://www.elitaro ...…
 
At the best of times, and even for experienced entrepreneurs, starting a business is a gamble and fraught with challenges. At just 28 years old, and having started the online testing platform, EduFocal, seven years ago, Gordon Swaby is one of the few Caribbean tech entrepreneurs who has experienced considerable success in a relatively short spa ...…
 
Peter Jensen walks us through Jesus' parables to help us see what time Jesus said it was.
 
Are we alone in the universe? Why are we fascinated with UFO's? We tackle the big questions about extra-terrestrial life and the likelihood of aliens visiting our planet in a conversation out of this world.
 
What gets a wolf or a pigeon up in the morning? No offense to wolves or to pigeons, but it’s probably not the desire to make the world a better place. As far as we know, humans are unique in the freedom to decide what’s worth doing with our finite time on Earth. But as my guest today argues, we often steal that freedom from one another or sell ...…
 
We discuss the changing face of the culture wars since Jacoby's 1987 book The Last Intellectuals, the decline of the left's utopian imagination, and his forthcoming work on the concept of diversity. [Apologies for some sound distortion in parts of this recording]By John Tangney.
 
Nature or nurture? Do we have the power to change?
 
Although we might deny it, many of us are intensely attached to our smartphone, and spend way too much time online or on social media. Although not formally recognised as a disease, digital addiction is a growing area of concern – even in the Caribbean. Clinical neuropsychologist, Dr Rodney Stewart, sheds some light on digital addition: key sig ...…
 
Sam Chan considers what Jesus says to people who are in the middle of the corporate ladder.
 
Some say that religion is antiquated, dangerous and poisons everything. So is God really worth following? We ask Greg Sheridan some bigger questions about the impact of God in the world and why he loves stories in the Old Testament. A unmissable conversation combining wit with deep reflection.
 
We’re all living inside concentric circles of private and public, inner and outer. From the time we’re small we start to understand that these circles aren’t always friendly to one another. There’s friction at their borders. The stuffed bunny that keeps your heart whole gets you tormented at school. The people you love most don’t look or sound ...…
 
February is black history month. A month where the accomplishments and pride of black people are put even more to the forefront than usual. Yet someway, somehow this year’s BHM was filled with hate and bigotry. From blackface to the N-Word, the same things we are fighting and bringing awareness to seemed to happen at an alarming rate. What the ...…
 
Thomas Moore has written numerous books on spiritual topics, including Care of the Soul, Dark Nights of the Soul, and Care of the Soul in Medicine. Here we discuss the differences between soul and contemporary academic concepts of the self, between soul and spirit, how experiences of depression and failure can bring us closer to the soul, and w ...…
 
Most people feel like an outsider at some point in their lives. What if God considered you an outsider?
 
At one time or another, we all get brilliant ideas for a business, or a solution to a problem; but very few of us actually have the interest, or the passion, to pursue it. The situation can be even more daunting if you would have to work in a field in which you have little or no expertise. Linda Dias, the Chief Architect for the Government of M ...…
 
Most people feel like an outsider at some point in their lives. What if God considered you an outsider?
 
Does maths reveal something bigger? Sandy shares her love of statistics, how statistics makes a difference in the world and how she's navigated some of the really big questions in life. A conversation you can count on to stimulate thought.
 
The first time I attempted to play Minecraft with my then-seven-year-old son, we immediately dug ourselves into a pit deep in the Earth and could not get out. In spite of the crappy 8-bit graphics, all of our primal, H.P. Lovecraftian terrors of the underground were activated. We were trapped! We were lost! We might die down here! Will Hunt, on ...…
 
Keith Gessen is a Russian-American writer, translator, and co-editor of the magazine n+1. In the first half of this podcast he discusses his new novel, A Terrible Country, about a young academic adrift in Russia, as well as his journalism about Russia. In the second half we discuss our differing views of the contemporary American academic scene ...…
 
In this talk we see Jesus meet a man who is incredibly rich. At one level he seems like someone who has it all, but does he?
 
Just the thought of inviting someone to an event could cause a person to get sweaty palms, a dry mouth and maybe even generate some nervous twitche
 
A few years ago, Open Data was one of the concepts that appeared to be driving innovation across the Caribbean region, but it seems to have disappeared off our radar. Dr Maurice McNaughton, of the University of West Indies, who has been actively involved in Open Data initiatives across the region, helps us to get to the bottom of what happened ...…
 
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