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Sadler's Lectures

Lectures on classic and contemporary philosophical texts and thinkers by Gregory B. Sadler

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I'm that YouTube Philosophy Guy! Find more than 2,500 videos in my main channel. Support my video and podcast work! https://www.patreon.com/sadler or https://www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM Learn more about this podcast channel - https://youtu.be/qRvL0gqlyrw and https://medium.com/gregory-b-sadler-ph-d/the-sadlers-lectures-podcast-56e18619c5aa Due to popular demand - and with the work underwritten by my Patreon supporters - I have started converting my videos into MP3 files listeners can list ...
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Join us as we detail MCAT exam topics. Each podcast covers several MCAT sections with lessons based on review material put out by the AAMC, such as practice tests and question banks. Sam also interviews MCAT tutors and experts who share tips on how premed students can raise their score to get into medical school.
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Nailed It Ortho

Nailed It Orthodocs

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Get on top of the game, deepen your learning and further your practice with this Orthopaedic Surgery Podcast featuring Orthopaedic Surgery residents as they interview national and international experts to bring you key information and knowledge in the field. Dr. Jamal Fitts and Dr. Wendell Cole are here to light that fire under your feet and get your blood pumping with some good Orthopaedic Knowledge. We stay away from the boring, put you to sleep lectures, and just come with some high quali ...
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Thales PressCast

Developing Classical Thinkers

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The Thales Press Podcast offers lectures and seminars on the Great Books of a Classical education to help edify, encourage, and empower students to take on the challenges of the modern world.
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Swami Tattwamayananda’s class on Srimad Bhagavad Gita is held at the Vedanta Society of Northern California, San Francisco (founded by Swami Vivekananda in 1900) on Friday evenings in the First Universal Hindu Temple in the West (founded by Swami Trigunatitananda in 1905). Classes are held on Friday night at 7:30 pm. All are most welcome. The Srimad Bhagavad Gita is the most important spiritual classic of Hinduism. Swami Tattwamayananda, currently the Minister of the Vedanta Society of North ...
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Beyond the Lecture

American Academy in Berlin

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Beyond the Lecture is a podcast from the American Academy in Berlin featuring short interviews with distinguished American thought-leaders in political science, economics, journalism and the arts. New York Office American Academy in Berlin, Inc. 14 East 60th Street, Suite 604 New York, NY 10022 USA Berlin Office American Academy in Berlin GmbH Hans Arnhold Center Am Sandwerder 17-19 14109 Berlin Germany
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Talks and lectures on varying topics about Yoga and Yoga Life including finding balance and harmony, the power of positive thinking, non-violent communication and relationships, and understanding how the mind works and functions.
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A collection of ten speeches and lectures by Murray N. Rothbard, spanning from the 1970s to the early 1990s. He is speaking in a small classroom setting, explaining economics from the ground up, and systematically in the manner of a classic 101 course on the topic—but with a revolutionary approach.Download the complete audio of this event (ZIP) here.
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The Great Courses brings engaging professors from the best universities to lifelong learners on audio and video. We create a "university of the best," working closely with our customers to design each Great Course. With this podcast hosted by Ed Leon, you'll meet our fascinating professors and experts who create The Great Courses, listen to their stories and insights, and learn more about the great work they are doing. Discover scientists explaining the latest findings from the fields of ast ...
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The work consists of ten books, originally separate scrolls, and is understood to be based on notes said to be from his lectures at the Lyceum which were either edited by or dedicated to Aristotle's son, Nicomachus. In many ways this work parallels the similar Eudemian Ethics, which has only eight books, and the two works can be fruitfully compared. Books V, VI, and VII of the Nicomachean Ethics are identical to Books IV, V, and VI of the Eudemian Ethics. Opinions about the relationship betw ...
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Taking Measure

Haig-Brown House

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Welcome to Taking Measure; a podcast series exploring Roderick Haig-Brown's 1950 classic work Measure of the Year: Reflections on home, family and a life fully lived. In this series, host Dan MacLennan sits at the desk in the study at Above Tide, also known as Haig-Brown House, in the city of Campbell River on Vancouver Island, BC. From here, he looks out the window across the grounds at the Campbell River flowing past, just as Haig-Brown did when he wrote more than 20 books and numerous art ...
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Is there intelligent life on Mars? Why are there starless gaps in the Milky Way? What creates the Aurora Borealis or the Northern Lights? These and more are the interesting questions that are asked and sought to be answered in the 1909 book, Curiosities of the Sky by Garrett P. Serviss. Garrett Putnam Serviss was an American astronomer and popular sci-fi writer. He believed that science should be understood and enjoyed by everyone, not just by scientists. Though he was trained as a lawyer, h ...
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This MCAT BAsics episode covers the muscular system. It begins with the differences and similarities between the three types of muscle (smooth, cardiac, and skeletal). Then, the podcast explores the basic structure of a skeletal muscle cell and the various organelles unique to this cell type, including the sarcolemma, sarcoplasm, myofibrils, sarcom…
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher and head of the Japanese Kyoto school, Nishitani Keiji's book, The Self-Overcoming Of NihilismSpecifically it examines his discussion in chapter 1 "Nihilism As Existence", focused on how human beings are situated in history, and how nihilism arises not just as a trans-historical pos…
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher and head of the Japanese Kyoto school, Nishitani Keiji's book, The Self-Overcoming Of NihilismSpecifically it examines his discussion in chapter 1 "Nihilism As Existence", which distinguishes several unproductive and inadequate approaches to nihilism, and then frames nihilism as a p…
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Title: Intellect With Spiritual Wisdom 18th Chapter: verse 45, 47, 51, 52, 53 45th verse: “By engaging in one’s own swadharma, man attains perfection and the highest inner fulfillment.” Swadharma, is work that naturally comes to us “unasked” due to our samskaras and natural traits. It is work that we are supposed to do, that we are qualified to do …
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, novelist, and essayist Albert Camus' work The Myth of SisyphusSpecifically it examines his discussion of Dostoevsky, his novels, and his characters' perspectives in the third part of the work, "Absurd Creation". While several of the characters that Dostoevsky discusses are people w…
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, novelist, and essayist Albert Camus' work The Myth of SisyphusSpecifically it examines the section "Ephemeral Creation" in the third part of work. Camus discusses the possibility of an "ascesis" of he absurd that would remain true to it despite our tendency to succumb to hope. He d…
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Follow along with our Nailed it Board/OITE Podcast Companion book. Get your copy by clicking here >> https://a.co/d/cr4i8nD Enjoy another episode from our board review series featuring Dr. Cole and Dr. Woolwine. This episode is sponsored by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons: Filled with content that has been vetted by some of the top nam…
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Welcome to the fourth episode of our “Citation Classics” series for Shoulder and elbow! In this episode, our team covers the most cited articles on Rotator Cuff Tears. Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/HH2cbv9CYaY Link to post: https://naileditortho.com/rct/ Click here for show notes The goal of these episodes is to go over the most cited articles…
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This MCAT podcast covers social stratification. It begins with a definition and examples of many terms related to social stratification and inequality, including prejudice, discrimination, stereotype, stereotype threat, status (ascribed vs achieved), power (six different types to know), social capital (and other forms of capital), gentrification, a…
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Follow along with our Nailed it Board/OITE Podcast Companion book. Get your copy by clicking here >> https://a.co/d/cr4i8nD Enjoy another episode from our board review series featuring Dr. Cole and Dr. Woolwine. This episode is sponsored by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons: Filled with content that has been vetted by some of the top nam…
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, novelist, and essayist Albert Camus' work The Myth of SisyphusSpecifically it examines his discussion in the third part of the work, Absurd Creation, examining how art and specifically fiction or the novel end up intersecting with philosophy in their engagements with the absurd.To …
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Cato’s annual Constitution Day symposium marks the day in 1787 that the Constitutional Convention finished drafting the U.S. Constitution. We celebrate that event each year with the release of the new issue of the Cato Supreme Court Review and with a day‐​long symposium featuring noted scholars discussing the recently concluded Supreme Court term a…
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Cato’s annual Constitution Day symposium marks the day in 1787 that the Constitutional Convention finished drafting the U.S. Constitution. We celebrate that event each year with the release of the new issue of the Cato Supreme Court Review and with a day‐​long symposium featuring noted scholars discussing the recently concluded Supreme Court term a…
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Cato’s annual Constitution Day symposium marks the day in 1787 that the Constitutional Convention finished drafting the U.S. Constitution. We celebrate that event each year with the release of the new issue of the Cato Supreme Court Review and with a day‐​long symposium featuring noted scholars discussing the recently concluded Supreme Court term a…
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Cato’s annual Constitution Day symposium marks the day in 1787 that the Constitutional Convention finished drafting the U.S. Constitution. We celebrate that event each year with the release of the new issue of the Cato Supreme Court Review and with a day‐​long symposium featuring noted scholars discussing the recently concluded Supreme Court term a…
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Cato’s annual Constitution Day symposium marks the day in 1787 that the Constitutional Convention finished drafting the U.S. Constitution. We celebrate that event each year with the release of the new issue of the Cato Supreme Court Review and with a day‐​long symposium featuring noted scholars discussing the recently concluded Supreme Court term a…
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In this episode, we delve into classic psychology experiments –relevant to the Psych/Soc section of the MCAT. We cover a range of significant studies, including Pavlov’s Dog, Harlow’s Monkey Study, Albert’s Bobo Doll Experiment, the Skinner Box Experiment, Asch’s Conformity (Line) Experiment, the Milgram Experiment, Watson’s Little Albert Experimen…
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, novelist, and essayist Albert Camus' work The Myth of SisyphusSpecifically it examines the third of the sketches or examples Camus provides in part 2 of the work, illustrating ways in which a person might live out an "ethics of quantity" in the face of the absurd. Camus discusses c…
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, novelist, and essayist Albert Camus' work The Myth of SisyphusSpecifically it examines the second sketch or example he discusses in the second part of the work, "The Absurd Man". Taking the stage actor as a paradigm, Camus examines how living out a life that imitates many other liv…
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18th Chapter: verse 45, 46, 47, 48, 49 45th verse: “By engaging in one’s own swadharma, man attains perfection and the highest inner fulfillment.” Swadharma, is work that naturally comes to us “unasked”, by virtue of our samskaras and natural traits. We feel such work is our calling/duty. When we do our Swadharma, we find contentment and a sense of…
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, novelist, and essayist Albert Camus' work The Myth of SisyphusSpecifically it examines one of the sketches or examples that he provides in the second part of his work, illustrating one particular "ethics of quantity" that remains consistently engaged with the absurd. This one cente…
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Follow along with our Nailed it Board/OITE Podcast Companion book. Get your copy by clicking here >> https://a.co/d/cr4i8nD Enjoy another episode from our board review series featuring Dr. Cole and Dr. Woolwine. This episode is sponsored by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons: Filled with content that has been vetted by some of the top nam…
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the 20th century philosopher, novelist, and essayist Albert Camus' work The Myth of SisyphusSpecifically it examines his discussion in part 2, which develops a sort of ethics confronting the absurd in human existence. This ethics would be developed within the scope of a person's life, and would not be reducible…
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In this episode, we explore the different phases of the cell cycle: Interphase (G1, S, G2) and the M phase (mitosis). Next, we discuss the regulation of the cell cycle and the key checkpoints that ensure its proper progression. Finally, we touch on how dysfunction in the cell cycle can lead to diseases, particularly cancer. This material is likely …
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Middle Platonist philosopher and biographer Plutarch's essay How To Tell A Flatterer From A FriendThis episode focuses specifically on the importance of moderating, or placing some limits on frankness of speech (in ancient Greek, parrhesia) within the scope of genuine friendship. These include advic…
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In this episode, we’re exploring a crucial legal concept which every physician must be aware of before signing an employment contract, ‘Restrictive Covenants'. Joining us to shed light on this important topic is Dennis Hursh. Dennis Hursh is a veteran attorney with over 40 years of experience in health law. He is the founder and lead attorney at Ph…
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In this episode, we delve into three common types of isomers that you are likely to encounter on the MCAT: structural isomers, geometric isomers, and stereoisomers. We start by defining each type of isomer, providing clear and concise explanations to ensure a solid understanding. Next, we present common examples of each isomer type to illustrate th…
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Middle Platonist philosopher and biographer Plutarch's essay How To Tell A Flatterer From A FriendThis episode focuses specifically on how flatterers engage in imitation of, rather than genuine, frankness of speech with the people that they want to deceive into thinking they are actually friends. Pl…
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Middle Platonist philosopher and biographer Plutarch's essay How To Tell A Flatterer From A FriendThis episode focuses specifically on the importance of frankness of speech (in ancient Greek, parrhesia) within genuine friendship. Plutarch argues that we all need friends not only to be pleasant to us…
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Follow along with our Nailed it Board/OITE Podcast Companion book. Get your copy by clicking here >> https://a.co/d/cr4i8nD Enjoy another episode from our board review series featuring Dr. Cole and Dr. Woolwine. This episode is sponsored by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons: Filled with content that has been vetted by some of the top nam…
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18th Chapter: verse 40, 41, 42, 43, 44 40th verse: “Everyone in this world is dictated by these three gunas.” Lord Krishna divides human traits in three areas – sattvic, rajasik and tamasik. A sattvic person is calm and serene even in difficult situations. A rajasik person is swayed by his circumstances. A tamasik person is lazy, confused and delud…
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Middle Platonist philosopher and biographer Plutarch's essay How To Tell A Flatterer From A FriendThis episode focuses specifically on his discussion of a number of tricks and techniques that more sophisticated flatterers use to attempt to imitate friendship. Among these are using a fake frankness o…
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Follow along with our Nailed it Board/OITE Podcast Companion book. Get your copy by clicking here >> https://a.co/d/cr4i8nD Enjoy another episode from our board review series featuring Dr. Cole and Dr. Woolwine. This episode is sponsored by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons: Filled with content that has been vetted by some of the top nam…
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This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient Middle Platonist philosopher and biographer Plutarch's essay How To Tell A Flatterer From A FriendThis episode focuses specifically on the role that similarity plays in generating and sustaining real friendships between people, and the deliberate and deceptive imitations of similarity on the part of…
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In this episode, we cover motivation and emotion–key concepts that will show up in the Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior section of the MCAT. We start with the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. We then go into various theories including evolutionary, arousal, drive-reduction, incentive, three needs t…
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Follow along with our Nailed it Board/OITE Podcast Companion book. Get your copy by clicking here >> https://a.co/d/cr4i8nD Enjoy another episode from our board review series featuring Dr. Cole and Dr. Woolwine. This episode is sponsored by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons: Filled with content that has been vetted by some of the top nam…
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