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Welcome to Mental Status! The podcast created for psychology students—by psychology students. As two post-graduate psychology students, with a combined 13+ years of studying, practicing, and teaching psychology, we talk about the inside perspective on studying and working in psychology. We'll share our insights into the journey of becoming a psychologist, what helped us along the way, and what hopefully may help you.
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English Description (German below) The bilingual Podcast accompanying the METIS project on intercultural wisdom literature and wisdom practices. To be found on www.metis.ethz.ch. The podcast covers the wide range of wisdom traditions, such as Daoism, the Stoa, skeptical traditions, and many more. In addition to the main currents, authors, works and topics we talk about with academic experts, we also interview people in meditation, wisdom training and other wisdom practices. Last but not leas ...
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German Description (English below) Gast: Daniel Strassberg Sowohl in der Praxis der Psychoanalyse als auch in der Beschäftigung mit dem Talmud geht es darum, so Psychoanalytiker und Philosoph Daniel Strassberg, einer spezifischen Situation, einem Fall, einem Menschen gerecht zu werden. In beiden wirkt ein Weisheitsverständnis, das gerade nicht dara…
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Welcome back to Mental Status! Today's episode is a fun one as we unpack everything students hear when they tell people they study psychology. If you study psychology, you have more than likely heard many, (and potentially all) of these things, including the famed: "ArE yOu PsYcHoAnaLYsInG mE?" Some may make you laugh, while others may make you gro…
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English Description (German below) Guest: Olivier Del Fabbro Many people only know war from stories. From books, films, maybe even from the stories of relatives and acquaintances. If you think about the war in Ukraine and the discussions about it in the media, on the one hand the war seems close because we are inundated with huge amounts of images …
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German Description (English below) Gast: Alexander Poraj Worin besteht eigentlich der Unterschied zwischen jemandem, der mich in Sachen Lebensführung unterrichten kann und mir wohlmeinend Rat anbietet und einem Rattenfänger, der mich hinter das Licht, also ins Dunkel führt? Warum nehmen bestimmte Figuren in den Weisheitstraditionen eine besondere S…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Ulrich Rudolph Für die einen ist ʿUmar-e Ḫayyām ein Prophet der Hedonisten, Agnostiker und Atheistinnen, für andere ein strammer Vertreter einer vermeintlich authentischen persischen intellektuellen Tradition, und wieder andere sehen in ihm einen Autor tiefreligiöser mystischer Poesie. Seine Vierzeiler, die …
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Welcome back to Mental Status! Today, we're diving into the unique journey of studying and practicing psychology with ADHD. Drawing from lived experience, Josh opens up about some of the challenges he's faced and others may face in managing ADHD through the journey of becoming a Psychologist. He shares what his challenges have looked like, and the …
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English Description (German below) Guest: Alexus McLeod “The philosophy of Mesoamerica – the indigenous groups of precolonial North-Central America is rich and varied but relatively little – known”, are the opening words of Alexus McLoed’s book An Introduction to Mesoamerican Philosophy. Indeed, while we, here in Western Europe, may have a fairly g…
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Welcome back to Mental Status! In this episode, we continue our Masters Diaries series, where we delve into the journeys of master's students and graduates. Today we have the privilege of sitting down with another Master of Clinical Psychology student to uncover the grades and experiences that secured their place in this sought-after program, as we…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Winfried Hardinghaus Um Themen wie Tod und Sterben würden viele Menschen wohl lieber den «Mantel des Schweigens» werfen, wie man so schön sagt. Wer allerdings in der Palliativmedizin beschäftigt ist, kann das kaum tun. Im Gegenteil, die Palliativmedizin oder lateinisch «cura palliativa» trägt das «Ummanteln»…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Michael Hampe Kann man weise sein in politisch finsteren Zeiten? Denn die alten Weisen reden doch von Ausgeglichenheit, Seelenruhe und dergleichen. Oft raten Sie, dass wir uns zurückziehen aus den Machtkämpfen des öffentlichen Lebens und für uns allein an uns selbst arbeiten sollten, um unser Leben zum Guten…
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Welcome back to Mental Status! Episode one of 2024! We're kicking off the new season by sharing our tips for how you can best survive and (hopefully) thrive during your university studies. Prior to this episode, we sat down with recent psychology graduates and current Psychologists to gather their advice on navigating the academic journey. We've co…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Raji Steineck «Alles ist Buddhanatur.», heisst es bei Meister Dogen. Was bedeutet das? Wenn im Buddhismus nach Erleuchtung gestrebt wird, scheint es doch darum zu gehen, die Unausweichlichkeit der leidhaften Existenz allen Lebens einzusehen und sich letztendlich aus ihr zu befreien. Doch warum muss ich mich …
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English Description (German below) Guest: Andrew Yeung Bun Hui With the Metis project, we are trying to bring philosophical traditions and voices of the world into contact with each other. Intercultural exchange has a long history that goes back much further than our Metis project. Andrew Hui has been working on a project entitled: "Confucius the S…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Dieter Weische Die japanische Bambusflöte Shakuhachi ist der Stargast des heutigen Podcasts. Sie ist in Begleitung von Dieter Weische zu uns ins Studio bekommen, welcher mit Michael Hampe über dies – in westlichen Ohren – exotisch klingende Instrument, seine Geschichte, seine klanglichen Besonderheiten und s…
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English Description (German below) Gast: Katja Vogt Reading newspapers, studying media discourses, eying political debates, one cannot shake the thought that we certainly do not live in a world where skepticism is widespread or has many adherents. Because skeptics seem to be very cautious when expressing opinions, if they do so at all. Public debat…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Andreas Kilcher Greifen Sie auf Franz Kafkas Literatur zurück, wenn Sie Rat im Leben suchen? Würden Sie Franz Kafka ganz allgemein mit Weisheit oder Weisheitsliteratur in Verbindung bringen? Vermutlich haben Sie an die Verwandlung Gregor Samsas in einen Käfer gedacht oder auch an den bildungssprachlichen Aus…
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English Description (German below) Guest: Raymond Geuss The sages and wise writings often seem to want to tell us that we should fundamentally change our lives, that we should fundamentally change who we are. But according to which rules and ideas? Should we simply adopt their worldviews? We spoke to Raymond Geuss about what worldviews are, about t…
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Welcome back to Mental Status! As the year draws to a close, we reflect on the highs, lows, and major moments from our final year in our respective Psychology Masters programs. In this year-end review, we look back on the accomplishments that defined our academic journey – from the tens of thousands of words, or hours of role-plays – as well as our…
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English Description (German below) Guest: Michael von Brück In this podcast, we explore with Michael von Brück the question of what distinguishes Mahāyāna Buddhism as a supposed "great vehicle" from other schools of Buddhism. What do we read in the important sutras such as the Heart Sutra and the Lotus Sutra? What are the difficulties in understand…
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Welcome back to Mental Status! We're thrilled to have you for the grand finale of our three-part series on getting through as a broke student! A heartfelt thank you to our sponsors, ShopBack. Sign up using our code "BROKESTUDENT" for a bonus $20 Cashback, or access using the link below! https://app.shopback.com/aus/partner/BROKESTUDENT Across this …
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German Description (English below) Gast: Rolf Elberfeld Interkulturelles Philosophieren ist keine Erfindung unserer Tage. Das weiß auch Rolf Elberfeld, der an der Uni Hildesheim versucht, das Studium der Philosophie über die europäischen Grenzen hinauszutreiben und sie (wieder) praktisch werden zu lassen. Zusammen mit Michael Hampe spricht er in di…
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Welcome back to Mental Status! A massive thank you to our sponsors for today's episode - ShopBack. Sign up using our code "BROKESTUDENT" for a bonus $20 Cashback, or access using the link below! https://app.shopback.com/aus/partner/BROKESTUDENT Today's episode is the second in our three-part series where we will be delving deep into the world of be…
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English Description (German below) Guest: Willi Goetschel At first, the general topic for this Wisdom Talk might appear rather somber: we will discuss mortality and death. Yet, with humorous German poet Heinrich Heine taking center stage, we can, hopefully, find a more lighthearted approach. How should or can we think and talk about illnesses, dyin…
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English Description (German below) Guest: Willi Goetschel Philosophy or religion? Philosophy and religion? Philosophy as religion or vice versa? In the history of Western philosophy, it has often been claimed that in the European Middle Ages, philosophy was merely the handmaiden of religion and only later distanced itself from it, indeed emancipate…
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English Description (German below) Guest: Kai Marchal Probably the most famous teacher, philosopher and political theorist in China. Confucius' ideas have had a profound impact on people not only in his home country, but all over the world. However, similar to Socrates, there are no original texts by Confucius. Nevertheless, we refer to Confucius' …
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Welcome back to Mental Status! A massive thank you to our sponsors for today's episode - ShopBack. Sign up using our code "BROKESTUDENT" for a bonus $20 Cashback, or access using the link below! https://app.shopback.com/aus/partner/BROKESTUDENT Today's episode is the first in our three-part series where we will be delving deep into the world of bei…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Kai Marchal «Der buddhistische Weise unterscheidet sich eben gerade darin vom «Philosophen» des modernen Verständnisses, dass er Probleme nicht durch Argumente zu klären sucht.» Diese Zeilen stammen von Edward Conze, einem der ersten westlichen Gelehrten, die sich intensiv mit dem Buddhismus in Theorie und P…
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Welcome back to Mental Status! In Part 2 of our honours survival guide, we continue our exploration of the fourth-year psychology honours journey; however, in today's episode, we tackle the infamous honours thesis. Learn about research topic selection, attaining ethical approval, data analysis, and each step of the write-up. Join us as we share our…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Nadja Germann Das METIS-Projekt ist ein interkulturelles Projekt. Es möchte dazu beitragen, Perspektivenvielfalt auf verschiedene Weisheitsthemen aufzunehmen, unseren Leserinnen und Hörerinnen Einblicke in verschiedene Traditionen zu ermöglichen und einen neuen, vielleicht auch kritischen Blick auf schon Bek…
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Welcome back to Mental Status! In this two-part series, we're diving headfirst into the challenges of the fourth-year psychology honours program, and, most importantly, how we survived. In Part 1 of our two-part series, we provide an update on our recent whereabouts, before sharing our fourth-year honours journey, the challenges and the things whic…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Alexander Borbély »Den Seinen gibt’s der Herr im Schlaf« – dieses geflügelte Wort ist aus Psalm 127 der Bibel abgeleitet. Dieses »der Herr gibt es den Seinen im Schlaf« lässt sich aus dem Hebräischen aber auch anders übersetzen, nämlich mit »er gibt seinem Geliebten Schlaf«. In der ersten Übersetzung bekomme…
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English Description (German below) Guest: Wakanyi Hoffmann At the heart of the philosophy of Ubuntu is the idea of a community where everyone has a place, where the individual is taken care of and the individual takes care of the community. Such a community not only gives everyone a place, but also gives space and weight to their voice. At best, th…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Ulrich Rudolph In der Alchemie versuchte man aus unedlen Stoffen edlere herzustellen. Letztlich den edelsten aller Stoffe, das Gold. Ganz ähnlich kann man das Werk al-Ghazālis sehen, als Mittel unsere Herzen zur Glückseligkeit hin zu wandeln. Klarerweise muss man hervorheben, dass der Autor eine jenseitsorie…
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Welcome back to Mental Status! In this episode, we're opening the floor to you, our listeners, as we dive into some of your questions. We have received a number of questions, both from current students and fans of the podcast, if you have a question you would like answered, message us or keep an eye on our Instagram for future question boxes. Today…
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Welcome back to Mental Status! Today, we're diving into the second episode of our guest series, "Mastering the Journey", where we unpack and explore the stories of individuals who have successfully embarked on the transformative journey into psychology master's programs across Australia. In this episode, we have a very special guest/host: Yash. Yas…
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Welcome back to Mental Status! The podcast created for psychology students—by psychology students. In this episode, we will be unpacking the undergraduate journey, as part of our deep-dive series into the different levels of psychology. So, if you are beyond this stage of learning, don't worry, there is an Honours and Masters deep-dive still to com…
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Welcome back to Mental Status! The podcast created for psychology students for psychology students—by psychology students. In this episode, we discuss study tips that go beyond the generic advice you typically hear. We share the unique study strategies that have helped us achieve first-class honours and produce high-distinction theses. Whether you'…
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Welcome back to Mental Status! This episode is the first of our new guest series 'Mastering the Journey'. In this guest series, we interview these mystical humans who have made it into psychology masters programs around Australia and dissect exactly what grades and experience they got to make it into these highly competitive programs. Prior to Mast…
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Welcome to the very first episode of the Mental Status podcast! This is a podcast created for psychology students—by psychology students. We’re your hosts Yash and Josh, and we aim to demystify the unknowns of studying psychology and share our insights along the way. In this inaugural episode, we navigate the journey to becoming a Psychologist. We …
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English Description (German below) Guest: Angelika Malinar This podcast is centered on the Bhagavad Gita, a 700-verse Hindu text that is part of the Indian epic, the Mahabharata. It is today considered one of the most significant philosophical classics in the world. The late 18th century Prussian philosopher, Wilhelm von Humboldt, described the Bha…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Caroline Krüger Fürsorge, Betreuung, Pflege, Obhut oder auch Zuwendung. All diese Bedeutungen umfasst der Englische Ausdruck «Care» und auf dieses semantische Feld bezieht sich auch die Praxis der sogenannten «Philosophical Care», über die wir uns heute unterhalten werden. Philosophical Care ist ein Angebot,…
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English Description (German below) Guest: Raymond Geuss Life is not a game in many ways. No one has set its rules, no one administers its purpose, even though we sometimes would like to have that, and even though we would like to have from wisdom traditions and philosophy in general simple instructions on how to live happily in the sense of a game …
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German Description (English below) Guest: Konrad Schwarz Jesus von Nazareth ist die Identifikationsfigur der Christenheit. Das Neue Testament ist seine frohe Botschaft und der Referenzpunkt seiner Weisheit. Doch nicht nur die kanonischen Texte des NT geben uns ein Bild dessen, was Jesus als weisen Lehrer ausmacht. Im Thomas-Evangelium, einem apokry…
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English Description (German below) Guest: Ralph Hertwig Ralph Hertwig explains the phenomenon of the "wisdom of the crowd". In the wisdom traditions, the individual is considered wise, the group rather a source of irrationality. Under certain circumstances, however, it may be that the combined judgment of a crowd surpasses that of any one person, n…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Gert Scobel «Weisheit, über das, was uns fehlt.» So lautet der Titel eines Buchs von Gert Scobel, unserem heutigen Gast. Er ist vielen von unseren deutschsprachigen Hörerinnen und Hörern bekannt durch Bildungsformate im ZDF, auf 3Sat und auf Youtube. In seiner Sendung, deren Namensgeber er ist, setzt er sich…
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English Description (German below) Guest: Ralph Hertwig In existential "questions about life and death" we often wanted wise insights and instructions for action. In empirical psychology wisdom is not yet a big topic, according to Ralph Hertwig our guest today, interviewed by Eliane Schmid. The focus of research is rather on good and rational decis…
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English Description (German below) Guest: Dorothea Frede There is magic in every beginning. Socrates is such a beginning for Western philosophy. Before him, too, there was philosophizing, but with Socrates, as we read in the historiography of philosophy, philosophical reflection takes on a different twist. But this Socrates knew above all that he k…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Aleida Assmann Aleida Assmann hat angesichts der historischen und systematischen Vielfalt der Weisheitstraditionen versucht, die Himmelsrichtungen der Weisheitsverständnisse mit Hilfe eines Kompasses übersichtlicher werden zu lassen. An den vier Polen befinden sich vier literarische Figuren. König Salomon ve…
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German Description (English below) Gast: Kai Marchal In dieser Ausgabe der METIS Wisdom Talks widmen wir uns der Lehre des Wegs, dem Daoismus. Dies ist eine chinesische Denk- und Lebensrichtung, die sich über die Philosophen Laozi und Zhuangzi bereits weit über die Regionen Südostasiens hinaus in die Welt verbreitet hat. Frederike Maas und Michael …
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German Description (English below) Gast: Raji Steineck Der Zen-Buddhismus besteht nicht allein in weisen Sprüchen oder einfacher Unbekümmertheit. Er ist harte Arbeit, bisweilen strenges Ritual, wiederholte Übung und Lektüre. Davon zeugt auch das Leben von Dōgen Zenji, Autor des Shōbōgenzō und Begründer des Sōtō-Zen in Japan, wie wir von Raji Steine…
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