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Philosophy Bites

Edmonds and Warburton

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David Edmonds (Uehiro Centre, Oxford University) and Nigel Warburton (freelance philosopher/writer) interview top philosophers on a wide range of topics. Two books based on the series have been published by Oxford University Press. We are currently self-funding - donations very welcome via our website http://www.philosophybites.com
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Mindfulness Sessions & Podcasts

Oxford Mindfulness Foundation

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The Oxford Mindfulness Foundation is internationally recognised for mindfulness teaching and training. Whilst some of our podcasts are designed for those with an established mindfulness practice, there are others that are suitable for the general public, meaning you do not need prior experience to listen.
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Dr Fabrizio Didonna is a clinical psychologist, senior mindfulness teacher, trainer, supervisor and author. He is also a Founder Director of the International MBCT for OCD Center, in Vicenza, Italy, and the developer of the therapeutic model. His manual "Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder" (Guilford Press, 2020 - …
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In this special guest talk, we're pleased to welcome back Trish Bartley, an OMF guest trainer, mindfulness teacher trainer and author of a number of books including ‘Mindfulness: A Kindly Approach to Being with Cancer’, ‘Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Cancer’ and ‘Teaching Mindfulness-Based Groups’ which Trish co-authored with Dr. Gemma Gr…
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In this special guest speaker event, we’re delighted to welcome back Professor Mark Williams who will introduce the topic ‘Deeper Mindfulness’ – the subject and title of his new book with co-author Dr Danny Penman. “Proven effective at treating anxiety, stress and depression, the practices in ‘Deeper Mindfulness’ offer a new and more fruitful direc…
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Autism and ADHD are neurodevelopmental conditions that continue to profoundly influence the way we are in the world also in adulthood. In our current urban world, characterized by high speed, deadlines, full agendas, multitasking, (social) performance pressure, and a bombardment of stimuli, all of us but people with autism and ADHD even more so may…
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Discover the profound intersection of mindfulness and trauma resilience in this engaging three-hour webinar on Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness. Led by esteemed expert David Treleaven, this transformative event will delve into the art of creating safe, empowering mindfulness spaces for all, regardless of their trauma history.…
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Digital ethics is a new field. But what is it, what is its scope? In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Carissa Véliz, author of Privacy is Power and editor of The Oxford Handbook of Digital Ethics, discusses these topics with Nigel Warburton. Philosophy Bites is brought to you by the team of David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton. We've been …
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Lotty Roberts - Leaders in our modern world are constantly dealing with change and uncertainty. In order to navigate this ever changing landscape, leaders need to remain focused, nimble and resilient, supporting their teams and organisations to embrace complexity with openness and agility. Lotty Roberts shares her experience, passion and approach o…
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Join Richard Burnett (Co-Founder and Chair), Ben Chalwin (Head of Training) and Emily Slater (CEO) from Mindfulness in Schools Project (MiSP) as they look back over 12+ years of experience in the UK (and internationally), and where next for mindfulness with children, young people and those who care for or work with them.…
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Susanne Olbrich, Pianist & Mindfulness Facilitator leading a session entitled New Year, New Inspiration. Join Susanne for a deep dive into your own creative resources with the help of mindfulness and music. An hour with calming piano music, creative conversations, Deep Listening – and you might even find yourself writing a flash poem! As an experie…
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Sila (or moral conduct) is the principle of human behaviour that promotes orderly and peaceful existence in a community. It is regarded as an anchor practice for Dhamma practitioners, and crucial for developing insight and wisdom. In this podcast, Erin shares how this ancient Eastern practice has been crucial for sustaining and strengthening her ow…
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We are excited to announce that OMF teacher and supervisor, Liz Lord, has represented us on BBC Radio. She spoke to BBC Radio 5 Live about the OMF and its work, including how mindfulness can support us in today’s world. This was to celebrate the launch of our new daily lunchtime sit which is available to all for free. To register for these sessions…
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Tim Dalgleish from the University of Cambridge has kindly offered to return for an evening of further questions and discussions around the MYRIAD research findings. The intention is to offer an opportunity to practise together, ask any further questions and share further thoughts on the implications of the MYRIAD study for mindfulness in education …
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From mindless distractions and addictive behaviours to cyberbullying and encouraging feelings of inadequacy, we are becoming increasingly aware of the detrimental effects of social media usage on our mental health and wellbeing. Mindfulness Coach Erin Lee shares how understanding the skills and practice of mindfulness can help us navigate our love-…
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In this session we will review a three-fold model for understanding how mindfulness supports human agency, our ability to act intentionally, that was proposed in Jamie’s 2020 discussion paper Mindfulness: Developing Agency in Urgent Times, and explore his latest research and publication launched in March 2022 titled Reconnection: Meeting the Climat…
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