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A podcast about Nietzsche's ideas, his influences, and those he influenced. Philosophy and cultural commentary through a Nietzschean lens. Support the show at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/untimelyreflections A few collected essays and thoughts: https://untimely-reflections.blogspot.com/
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From the dawn of human consciousness, dreams have always fascinated us. Do they mean something? Do dreams help us see into the future? These questions have intrigued us for centuries. Sigmund Freud was one of the first people to examine dreams seriously and interpret them in the context of our waking lives. In Dream Psychology: Psychoanalysis for Beginners, the Austrian psychoanalyst, Dr Sigmund Freud shares his exciting early discoveries that there was indeed a connection between his patien ...
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Dravidian Nationalism was thus based on three ideologies: dismantling of Brahmin hegemony; revitalization of the Dravidian Languages (that include Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and Tamil) and social reform by abolition of existing caste systems, religious practices and recasting women's equal position in society. www.vivannactor.com
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Welcome to ”History in Slow German” the podcast that delves into significant events of world history, all presented in slow, clear German. If you’re learning German and want to explore both the language and historical narratives, this is the perfect podcast for you! In this podcast series, we explore key moments and pivotal turning points that have left a lasting impact on the world we know today. From dramatic events in ancient history to the political upheavals of the 20th century, we take ...
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Hey there! I'm Shannon - a licensed psychotherapist in private practice who also happens to love tarot. Each episode I work to demystify tarot and explore its connections to mental and emotional health while implementing its inherently helpful tools to better understand ourselves and those around us. Join me as I unravel common struggles related to our behavior, thought patterns, emotions, and relationships while pulling cards to facilitate growth and to help create the life and relationship ...
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Better equipping you to be salt and light to the world around you. Join Zack Killey as he digs in to what it means to defend our faith through apologetics and real world examples of people working out their faith. If you have any questions or topics you want us to cover, email us at saltysaints@becomehope.com.
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Are you a psychologist or mental health professional who is in need of a huge drink and a debrief? Are you a client of a psychologist and ever wondered exactly what your therapist thinks and if they like you? Are you someone who is interested in knowing more about the field of psychology? If you answered yes to any of these then this podcast is for you. Join Anna Oliver twice a month as she talks real talk with psychologists around Australia discussing all things mental health, professional ...
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An anti-ideological guide to modern life created and hosted by Casey Franco. Each episode focuses on a phenomenon of modern life and attempts to explain it using philosophy, psychology, sociology, or semiotics so you never have to feel like you're at the mercy of gods, masters, or clout.
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Set in 19th century Russia, The Brothers Karamazov (Russian: Братья Карамазовы) is the last novel written by the illustrious author Fyodor Dostoyevsky who died a few months before the book's publication. The deeply philosophical and passionate novel tells the story of Fyodor Karamazov, an immoral debauch whose sole aim in life is the acquisition of wealth. Twice married, he has three sons whose welfare and upbringing, he cares nothing about. At the beginning of the story, Dimitri Karamazov, ...
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In this bibliotherapy podcast, Dr Steven Davies and Dr Alexander Fox discuss the life-changing insights that great books have to offer. Each episode offers an in depth, mental health-focused analysis of a chosen book, and through their conversation, Alex and Steven try to get to the root of how we can best use that author's wisdom to avoid common pitfalls and live happier, more fulfilling lives.
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Sigmund Freud developed a revolutionary psychological theory (psychoanalysis), which established his career, started a movement, and ensured his titanic influence on Western thought. Today's bonus episode from LifeAudio's "Truth Tribe" discusses all this as well as Freud’s case against Lewis which hinges on two claims: (1) that religion is an illus…
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📖 Episode Transcripts in Link Below ⬇️ Today we will talk about the Nile, the longest river in the world, and explore its importance in the history and culture of Egypt and other African countries. https://patreon.com/HistoryinSlowGerman?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=creatorshare_creator&utm_content=join_link…
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This week on ⁠The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast⁠, I’m sitting down with The Gender Doula, Eli Lawliet, PhD. Eli (he/him) is the dreamer and weaver of The Gender Doula. In addition to a decade of experience researching trans healthcare, law, policy, and history, he has formal training as a full spectrum doula, breathwork facilitator, and tarot reader, as …
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Hey there, welcome back to another episode of Salty Saints Podcast. In this episode, Randy and I dive deep into the world of Jehovah's Witnesses and the Watchtower movement. We start off by discussing the history of Jehovah's Witnesses, tracing back to Charles Taze Russell and the founding of the Bible Student Movement. We explore the split that oc…
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A deep dive into one of the most important passages in Twilight of Idols. We’ll explore Nietzsche’s critique of our erroneous habits of thought: mistaking the effect for the cause, false causality, creating imaginary causes, creating a doer of the deed, and free will. We explore Nietzsche’s explanation for how these errors take hold of our thought,…
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"We can use our nervous systems to signal safety back to clients and sometimes that can be in a playful way" In this informative and relaxing episode Anna hosts Mitzi Little, a seasoned clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience, who runs her private practice in Dubbo, New South Wales. Mitzi discusses her journey into psychology, driven…
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This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast, I’m doing something I have never done before. I am exploring tarot through the lens of music - specifically the iconic Taylor Swift. Swift recently took the world by storm (as she always does) not just via her Eras world tour, but by dropping a (double) album in the midst of the tour. Admittedly, I have nev…
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One hundred years of solitude தனிமையின் நூறுஆண்டுகள்காப்ரியேல் கார்சியா மார்க்கேஸ்PART THREE 3️⃣
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One hundred years of solitude தனிமையின் நூறுஆண்டுகள்காப்ரியேல் கார்சியா மார்க்கேஸ்PART TWO 2️⃣
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One hundred years of solitude தனிமையின் நூறுஆண்டுகள்காப்ரியேல் கார்சியா மார்க்கேஸ்PART ONE 1️⃣
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Embark on a journey with Cigar Rights of America (CRA), the formidable national advocacy organization dedicated to preserving and championing the premium cigar industry. In this compelling video, we delve into the vital role CRA plays in safeguarding the rights and interests of manufacturers, retailers, and enthusiasts alike. At the heart of CRA's …
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My friend Quinn and I discuss whether Deleuze is an accurate interpreter of Nietzsche. What are the faults of Deleuze's interpretation, and what are its merits? We discuss the eternal return, the anti-Hegelian attitude of Deleuze, ressentiment and bad conscience, and the Deleuzian understanding of will to power. More broadly, we discuss what it is …
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A new incredible cigar is finally out!🔥 Mike Szczepankiewicz, a co-owner of Powstanie Cigars, takes us a deep dive into an interesting and exciting line of his premium handmade creations. In this interview, he also shared his journey of how he came up with this idea and got inspired from his own personal experiences. As a cigar hustler, his product…
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Carl Jung contributed to psychoanalysis in an important way, but that contribution to the field is inseparable from his engagement with Nietzsche. Jung derived a wealth of insights from Nietzsche’s work, and his psychological state that deteriorated into madness. Jung’s central hypothesis is that Nietzsche was possessed by an archetype. Such archet…
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This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast, I’m getting nerdy and exploring the topic of Tarot and Social Psychology. I spend time dissecting the concepts of power, authority, conformity, and prejudice through the lens of tarot archetypes and then I dive into the world of attitudes and actions. I guide listeners through an enlightening exercise I fir…
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" It's not that you hate being a psychologist, it's just that you're doing it in a way that makes you hate being a psychologist" In this engaging and informative episode, Anna interviews Nadene van der Linden, a clinical psychologist with a decade of experience in private practice, about the intersection of psychology and business. Nadene shares he…
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Join us for an engaging interview with Allen Sanabria, the visionary behind the Family By Loyalty Cigar Brand. In this episode, you will F-- around and find about what the brand has been up to in the two years we last spoke to them. Allen delves into the heart of his brand, revealing the news that their is a new special blend just around the corner…
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Carl Gustave Jung was a student of Freud, but broke from his mentor in a dramatic way. Jung acquired the reputation of being a mystic, and put forward ideas that pushed the boundaries of psychoanalysis. This is a crash course in Jung’s most important ideas: projection, archetypes, and the collective unconscious. In this episode, we go in-depth on t…
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Chronicle of a death foretold முன்கூறப்பட்டசாவின் சரித்திரம்🌹காப்ரியேல் கார்சியா மார்க்கேஸ்
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📖 Episode Transcripts in Link Below ⬇️ Today we are going to talk about one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century: Sigmund Freud. Greetings go out to William and his German Learning Group out in England. Thank you so much for your support! https://patreon.com/HistoryinSlowGerman?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campa…
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📖 Episode Transcripts in Link Below ⬇️ Today we delve into the fascinating history of the Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman Empire was one of the most powerful and influential empires in history, spanning three continents. https://patreon.com/HistoryinSlowGerman?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=creatorshare_creator&utm_content=j…
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Weltgeist x The Nietzsche Podcast. A long-awaited conversation. We discuss: the aesthetics of Schopenhauer v/s Nietzsche, the Schopenhauerian influence on Wagner's music, The Pale Blue Dot, the Eros as discussed in Plato's Symposium, philosophy and art as luxuries of civilization, and what Nietzsche describes as the asceticism of the scientific wor…
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Embark on a journey through the rich history and exquisite flavors of the Bronx Tale Cigar, known as the Calogero. In this exclusive interview with Dean Parsons, delve into the artistry and heritage behind this iconic cigar. Discover the secrets behind its creation, the inspiration drawn from the streets of the Bronx, and the passion fueling its le…
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📖 Episode Transcripts in Link Below ⬇️ Today we will be looking at one of the most influential political figures of the 20th century: Margaret Thatcher. Also known as the 'Iron Lady', Thatcher radically shaped British politics during her tenure as Prime Minister from 1979 to 1990. https://patreon.com/HistoryinSlowGerman?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&ut…
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" the society we live in constantly traumatises neurodivergent people" In this juicy and informative podcast episode, Anna interviews Colleen Morris, a clinical psychologist specialising in working with adults who have experienced trauma and neurodivergent individuals. Colleen delves into her decision to focus on adult clients post-COVID, the benef…
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This week on The Tarot Diagnosis Podcast, I’m getting existential. There’s been an uptick in discussion in my therapy practice around the concept of death, the meaning of life, and existential dread. So, naturally I’m turning to tarot to help me examine, ponder, and even come to terms with my own existential dread. The Five of Cups, Queen of Swords…
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📖 Episode Transcripts in Link Below ⬇️ In this episode we will look at one of the most devastating natural disasters in history: the Indian Ocean Tsunami of 2004, a catastrophe that devastated the coasts of many countries and caused immeasurable human tragedy. https://patreon.com/HistoryinSlowGerman?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm…
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📖 Episode Transcripts in Link Below ⬇️ Today, we delve into the life and legacy of one of the greatest artists of the Renaissance, Michelangelo. Join us as we explore the extraordinary journey of this renowned Italian sculptor, painter, and architect. https://patreon.com/HistoryinSlowGerman?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign…
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In this episode, hosts ZacK and Randy examine the intriguing theories and predictions surrounding the end of the world. From ancient Assyrian clay tablets to modern-day apocalyptic beliefs, they explore various perspectives on the end times. Covering popular views such as dispensationalism, historic premillennialism, amillennialism, and post-millen…
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