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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
A Philosophy Podcast and Philosophy Blog
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
The Partially Examined Life is a philosophy podcast by some guys who were at one point set on doing philosophy for a living but then thought better of it. Each episode, we pick a short text and chat about it with some balance between insight and flippancy. You don't have to know any philosophy, or even to have read the text we're talking about to (mostly) follow and (hopefully) enjoy the discussion. For links to the texts we discuss and other info, check out www.partiallyexaminedlife.com.
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
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A Philosophy Podcast and Philosophy Blog
 
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Speaking Of Wealth
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Welcome to the "Speaking of Wealth" podcast showcasing profit strategies for speakers, publishers, authors, consultants, and info-marketers. Learn valuable skills to make your business more successful, more passive, more automated, and more scalable. Your host, Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and experts including; Dan Poynter (The Self-Publishing Manual), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Dan Millman (Way of the Peaceful Warrior) ...
 
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Phi Fic: A Fiction Podcast
 
For this month's reading we chose two short stories by James Baldwin: “This Morning, This Evening, So Soon” and “Sonny’s Blues.” Both stories are included in the collection Going to meet the Man (1965). Unfortunately, Daniel had to be absent this time, but we did get Mark Linsenmayer to join us!Hear more Phi Fic discussions at PhiFicPodcast.com.…
 
The Wrong Boys are joined by Mark from The Partially Examined Life podcast to drill down into the toughest questions of practical philosophy — Why do we do what we do? How do we improve ourselves? What is the good? Do we need complete theories, or just practical wisdom? Set your philosophical Instagram Filter to ‘charitable’ and be prepared to ...…
 
The Wrong Boys are joined by Mark from The Partially Examined Life podcast to drill down into the toughest questions of practical philosophy — Why do we do what we do? How do...
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
On Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer's "The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception" from Dialectic of Enlightenment (1944), plus Adorno's "Culture Industry Reconsidered" (1963).How does the entertainment industry affect us? Adorno (armed with Marx and Freud) thinks that our "mass culture" is imposed from the top down to brainwash us ...…
 
Welcome to Nakedly Examined Music, an offshoot of "The Partially Examined Life" focusing on the head and heart of songwriting. The front man of Cracker and Camper van Beethoven joins Mark Linsenmayer to discuss his songs: "All Her Favorite Fruit," "I Sold the Arabs the Moon," and "Take the Skinheads Bowling." Plus "Almond Grove." Please subscri ...…
 
Welcome to Nakedly Examined Music, an offshoot of "The Partially Examined Life" focusing on the head and heart of songwriting. The front man of Cracker and Camper van Beethoven joins Mark Linsenmayer to discuss his songs: "All Her Favorite Fruit," "I Sold the Arabs the Moon," and "Take the Skinheads Bowling." Plus "Almond Grove." Learn more at ...…
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
Nathan Gilmour (Christian Humanist podcast) and Rob Dyer (God Complex Radio) join Mark and Wes for to discuss the reasonableness of religious belief reading Antony Flew's "The Presumption of Atheism," Norwood Russell Hanson's “The Agnostic’s Dilemma," Steven Cahn's "The Irrelevance of Proof to Religion," Alvin Plantinga's “Is Belief in God Prop ...…
 
Songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist (and podcaster!) Mark Linsenmayer joins Paul and Dave this week to offer a different perspective on gigging and how it relates to non-cover material. Mark’s stories are varied and colorful, and even include quite a few references to when he and Dave played music together many years ago. Stuff mention ...…
 
Songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist (and podcaster!) Mark Linsenmayer joins Paul and Dave this week to offer a different perspective on gigging and how it relates to non-cover material. Mark’s stories are varied and colorful, and even include quite a few references to when he and Dave played music together many years ago. Stuff mention ...…
 
A highlight from our musician-packed breakdown of our songwriting episode. Featuring a third (ex-) member of Camper Van Beethoven, plus Chase Fiorenza, Mike Wilson, Maxx Bartko, Danny Lobell, Mark Linsenmayer, and (not heard on this preview) Adrian Cho and Fischerspooner's Warren Fischer. We discuss authenticity, the state of the music biz, hum ...…
 
A highlight from our musician-packed breakdown of our songwriting episode. Featuring a third (ex-) member of Camper Van Beethoven, plus Chase Fiorenza, Mike Wilson, Maxx Bartko, Danny Lobell, Mark Linsenmayer, and (not heard on this preview) Adrian Cho and Fischerspooner's Warren Fischer. We discuss authenticity, the state of the music biz, hum ...…
 
A highlight from our musician-packed breakdown of our songwriting episode. Featuring a third (ex-) member of Camper Van Beethoven, plus Chase Fiorenza, Mike Wilson, Maxx Bartko, Danny Lobell, Mark Linsenmayer, and (not heard on this preview) Adrian Cho and Fischerspooner's Warren Fischer. We discuss authenticity, the state of the music biz, hum ...…
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
To follow up on our ep. 118, we scored our third (former) member of Camper van Beethoven, plus Warren Fischer from Fischerspooner, singer/songwriter Chase Fiorenza, rapper/electronicker Maxx Bartko, tech guy and anarchist musician Michael Patrick Wilson, classical musician Adrian Cho, plus your hosts Danny Lobell and Mark Linsenmayer. Recorded ...…
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
Featuring Danny Lobell, Mark Linsenmayer, Jonathan Segel, Dave Buchanan, David Prentiss, Kevin Peffley, Kevin Middleton, Anthony Durity, Todd Costa, and Sebastian Roll. Recorded May 18, 2015,
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
Featuring Mark Linsenmayer, Michael Burgess, Tara Leigh Bell, John Ludders, Chris Eyre, Benjamin Feddersen. Recorded April 26, 2015, 1 hr., 50 min.Does Sheehan represent a legitimate academic consensus? What are the outlines of his story about the evolution of these stories by faith communities? Should this denial of the historical accuracy of ...…
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
Featuring Michael Burgess, Ken Presting, Nik Burlew, and a tired Mark Linsenmayer. Recorded April 20, 2015.
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
Featuring Mark Linsenmayer, Michael Burgess, Tara Leigh Bell, John Ludders, Chris Eyre, Benjamin Feddersen. Recorded April 26, 2015, 1 hr., 50 min. How to see objects as cyphers for the Encompassing (Being/God/etc.).
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
Mark Linsenmayer outlines Alfred North Whitehead's book The Concept of Nature (1920)By mark@marklint.com (Mark Linsenmayer).
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
Mark Linsenmayer outlines Alfred North Whitehead's book The Concept of Nature (1920)
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
Mark Linsenmayer outlines Alfred North Whitehead's book The Concept of Nature (1920)
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
Mark Linsenmayer outlines Alfred North Whitehead's book The Concept of Nature (1920)
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
The first chunk of our new after-the-episode discussion, featuring Stephen West from Philosophize This! and Mark Linsenmayer. This is a 20-min preview of a 72-min discussion that can be found in full on our Free Stuff for Citizens page.By mark@marklint.com (Mark Linsenmayer).
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
The first chunk of our new after-the-episode discussion, featuring Stephen West from Philosophize This! and Mark Linsenmayer. This is a 20-min preview of a 72-min discussion that can be found in full on our Free Stuff for Citizens page.
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
The first chunk of our new after-the-episode discussion, featuring Stephen West from Philosophize This! and Mark Linsenmayer. This is a 20-min preview of a 72-min discussion that can be found in full on our Free Stuff for Citizens page.
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
Our first Aftershow! Host Stephen West of the the Philosophize This! podcast is joined by Mark Linsenmayer, Alan Cook, Nick Halme, Kam Gill, Amogh Sahu, and Aaron Watson. Recorded January 25, 2015.
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
Mark Linsenmayer introduces Jaspers's essay, "On My Philosophy" (1941) on Existenz and the difference between philosophy, science, and religion.
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
Mark Linsenmayer introduces Karl Jaspers's existentialist tract, "On My Philosophy." (1941)
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
Mark Linsenmayer introduces Karl Jaspers's existentialist tract, "On My Philosophy." (1941)
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
Mark Linsenmayer introduces Karl Jaspers's existentialist tract, "On My Philosophy." (1941)By mark@marklint.com (Mark Linsenmayer).
 
On Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, and Strategies (2014) with the author. What can we predict about, and how can we control in advance, the motivations of the entity likely to result from eventual advances in machine learning? Also with guest Luke Muehlhauser. Learn more.End song: "Volcano," by Mark Linsenmayer, recorded in 1992 and released ...…
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
On Henry David Thoreau's Walden (1854). What is the appropriate life for a truly thoughtful person? Thoreau warns against getting ensnared by social bullshit like jobs and charity, and instead living simply, in direct contact with nature, relying as much as possible only on your own effort. His time in the woods on Walden pond was meant to be a ...…
 
What have we learned? How has our take on the PEL project changed? On the eve before our big ep. 100 live show, we sat down to reflect on what we've been doing here. With guest Daniel Horne.End song: "I Wanna Go Back," from Mark Linsenmayer's Spanish Armada: Love and Related Neuroses (1993).
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
Nearly a year prior to our coverage of the play, the theater group attempts to divulge its philosophical riches. Featuring Daniel Cole, Philip Cherny, Carlos Franke, Mark Linsenmayer, and Michael Rissman. Recorded June 29, 2014.
 
Introductory salvo by Mark Linsenmayer before our interview with author David Brin.
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
Introductory salvo by Mark Linsenmayer before our interview with author David Brin.By mark@marklint.com (Mark Linsenmayer).
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
Introductory salvo by Mark Linsenmayer before our interview with author David Brin.
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
Introductory salvo by Mark Linsenmayer before our interview with author David Brin.
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
Featuring Mark Linsenmayer, Stanley Martin, and Shira Coffee. Recorded March 8, 2014.A supplement for Episode 88. What is the difference between an intention and a prediction? Between an intention and a command? Do Aristotelian practical syllogisms actually work according to modern logic?
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
Featuring Mark Linsenmayer, Sean Webb, Stan Martin, and Yannick Kilberger. Recorded January 26, 2014.One of the seminal texts of existentialism, but very slow and hard to get through as an actual book. While ordinarily we see objects as meaningful as things with history and often purpose, we can set that aside and see them instead as brute and ...…
 
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The Partially Examined Life (Citizens)
 
Mark Linsenmayer lays out some themes from Jean-Paul Sartre's "Existentialism is a Humanism" and the "Bad Faith" chapter (Part 1, Ch. 2) of Being & Nothingness.Read a transcript.
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
Mark Linsenmayer lays out some themes from Jean-Paul Sartre's "Existentialism is a Humanism" and the "Bad Faith" chapter (Part 1, Ch. 2) of Being & Nothingness.
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
Mark Linsenmayer lays out some themes from Jean-Paul Sartre's "Existentialism is a Humanism" and the "Bad Faith" chapter (Part 1, Ch. 2) of Being & Nothingness.
 
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The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
 
Mark Linsenmayer lays out some themes from Jean-Paul Sartre's "Existentialism is a Humanism" and the "Bad Faith" chapter (Part 1, Ch. 2) of Being & Nothingness.By mark@marklint.com (Mark Linsenmayer).
 
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