Best Principle podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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What Is Property?: or, An Inquiry into the Principle of Right and of Government (French: Qu'est-ce que la propriété ? ou Recherche sur le principe du Droit et du Gouvernment) is an influential work of nonfiction on the concept of property and its relation to anarchist philosophy by the French anarchist and mutualist Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, first published in 1840.In the book, Proudhon most famously declared that “property is theft”. Proudhon believed that the common conception of property co ...
 
A podcast about the philosophy of science; where we're going, what we're doing, and how we got here.
 
The It Was Written Podcast is an outlet for Urban Fiction and Street Lit audiobooks. Season 1 focuses on the story of the Gallardo Gang. Established 2016, sponsored by Pleasure Principle Publications.
 
Out Now On DVD, Bluray & Streaming | #IAmSignificant
 
MCPP's Governing by Principle is a call to elected officials, candidates, and citizens to put principle above politics and partisanship. The ideas relied upon by America's Founders to frame our government came long before there were Republicans and Democrats. The principles we have identified transcend partisan politics and even the hottest issues of the day. We believe government is an important component of society, but it is not the answer to all of our problems. The ten principles presen ...
 
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Passion Principle
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Anything and everything authentic
 
The Scrappy-Doo Principle is a podcast about that moment you watch a loved and much venerated film/TV show from your childhood and realize... not so much.
 
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Principle Matters
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Principle Matters, with hosts Mark Maier and Michael Olinde, shares views on business from a Catholic perspective and explores ways to carry Catholic-based principles into the workplace and beyond.
 
The original Webster Wilson Principle Podcast. Contact us at websterwilsonprinciplepodcast@gmail.com
 
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Join Gilbert and Lee as they visit a film from the year they were born to see if the feelings of hilarity remain from The Pink Panther Strikes Again!
 
Episode 10 of the Webster Wilson Principle Podcast
 
Gilbert serves up one of his favorite action movies to Lee to see if John Woo's classic can withstand the Scrappy Doo Principle.
 
Episode 9 of the Webster Wilson Principle Podcast
 
Greetings Starfighter!! Gilbert and Lee have been recruited by the Star League to defend The Frontier against Scrappy Doo and his nostalgic principle.
 
Recorded live on air at WRGP studios in April of 2004. Alvaro's weekly show "The Pulse" spanned 4 years of electronic sounds to Miami's underground music community.
 
Episode 8 of the Webster Wilson Principle Podcast
 
Lee and Gilbert find a supersuit in the desert and promptly lose the instruction manual. Can the Greatest American Hero fly pass the Scrappy-Doo Principle?
 
Gilbert and Lee revisit a defining story from their childhood that changed how they viewed comics as a whole and how a hero like Spider-man can be explored. This is their discussion about the 1987 Spider-man crossover, Kraven's Last Hunt.
 
Episode 7 of the Webster Wilson Principle Podcast
 
Originally released in 2008 with the title "Ambient Ambitions" but has now been soaked into the poolside series. An electronic spa experience for relaxation and productivity.
 
Happy Canada Day, eh? Gilbert and Lee celebrate being Canadian by watching a classic movie about two Canadian icons of the 1980's. Take OFF, eh?
 
Episode 6 of the Webster Wilson Principle Podcast
 
Episode 5 of the Webster Wilson Principle Podcast
 
Does James Cameron have a stinker in his filmography? Gilbert and Lee find out when they watch this "gem" from 1994.
 
Episode 4 of the Webster Wilson Principle Podcast
 
Episode 3 of the Webster Wilson Principle Podcast
 
Gilbert & Lee sit down close to the fire with Jim Henson's the Storyteller (and his dog) to see if the stories of their past, present and future can still pass the Scrappy-Doo Principle.
 
Original recording August 14, 2012. Eric Kraffman delivers his choice cuts.
 
Gilbert and Lee expose themselves to a high dose of gamma radiation and encounter a norse god tethered to a nebbish dork when they visit the "classic" television event The Incredible Hulk Returns!
 
Just spreading a little love
 
Gilbert and Lee invite Diego Ibarra into the lab to listen to the first albums he ever purchased; R.E.M.'s Out Of Time and Crash Test Dummies' The Ghosts that Haunt Me. How will they stack up against the principle?
 
What is going on in the this town?! Gil knows but Lee isn't so sure. Leave the norm behind and get ready for the weird that is Eerie Indiana!
 
Asking y’all questions that need answers 🙃
 
Where the water meets the sandy beats.
 
An impromptu recording just hours before Kraffman was to depart for Mallorca, Spain. Back to back set with Alvarogue hits different genres.
 
Gilbert and Lee take a trip to Jupiter and contemplate if the Scrappy Doo Principle applies to Stanley Kubrick's science fiction opus.
 
Dust in the grooves and groove in the moods
 
Come join us as we explore our back catalog and dust off the old bins. We'll dive into the volumes of vinyl on this unplanned journey.
 
Send a joyous shout throughout the land!! Gilbert and Lee journey to the year 3000 to see if the interplanetary outlaw, Rocket Robin Hood, can withstand the Scrappy Doo Principle.
 
Come join us as we explore our back catalog and dust off the old bins. We'll dive into the volumes of vinyl on this unplanned journey.
 
Recorded live on January 13, 2018 at Miami's Deering Bay Yacht Club
 
The first installment of our Principle of Moment Broadcast. This 1 hour all vinyl mix curated by Eric Kraffman.
 
It's Saturday and we have Detention. Gilbert and Lee examine the 80's classic, The Breakfast Club with John Hughes fan Tanya Hemmings. Should we forget about this movie? Let's find out.
 
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