Best organon podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Four voices, four perspectives, endless conversation. This weekly podcast sits you at our table and takes on a number of research-backed topics of social importance. Public health, education, social justice, relationships, the modern workplace setting, you name it; if it’s been researched, we’ll be talking about it! Each week, we look into a research question of particular interest and navigate through the complexities as we try to answer these questions and provide our bottom-line perspecti ...
 
-★ Homeopathy World Community Creating Waves of Awareness. Promoting Homeopathy Around the World Through Education, Conversation and Discussion. -★ Wednesday Debby Channels Dr Herbert Roberts MD on Practicing Homeopathic Medicine. The 2nd week of the month Christina Chambreau, DVM talks PET HEALTH-★ Thursday at Noon: Vaccinations and Your Rights in the US with co-host Alan Phillips, JD and Greg Glaser, JD~✽~✽~✽~> SCROLL TO THE END OF THIS PAGE AND CLICK EXTRAS FOR A VIDEO
 
My name is Hypatia of Alexandria :: There are many worlds and many Earths :: In some worlds, magic came to rise as the greater power over religion and science :: War stirs now between man, magic and machine :: These are the key images we have in our world your world is missing :: - Organon Parallacticon.com -
 
The Sophistical Elenchi is the sixth of Aristotle's six texts on logic which are collectively known as the Organon ("Instrument"). In the Sophistical Elenchi Aristotle identifies 13 falacies. Verbal Fallacies are: Accent or Emphasis; Amphibology; Equivocation; Composition; Division and Figure of Speech. Material Fallacies are: Accident; Affirming the Consequent; Converse Accident; Irrelevant Conclusion; Begging the Question; False Cause and Fallacy of Many Questions. (Adapted from Wikipedia)
 
The Lotus Health Institute is making available a free podcast series that will consist of interviews, exclusives and excerpts from Dr. Robin Murphy's lecture series.The Lotus Health Institute is dedicated to the highest standards of clinical homeopathy as taught by Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) in the 6th Edition of his book “The Organon of Medicine,” written in 1810.
 
The Topics is is the fifth of Aristotle's six texts on logic which are collectively known as the Organon ("Instrument"). The Topics constitutes Aristotle's treatise on the art of dialectic—the invention and discovery of arguments in which the propositions rest upon commonly-held opinions or endoxa. Topoi are "places" from which such arguments can be discovered or invented. In his treatise on the Topics, Aristotle does not explicitly define a topos, though it is "at least primarily a strategy ...
 
A collection of eleven short nonfiction works in the public domain. The items included in this collection were independently selected by the readers, and the topics encompass history, conservation, philosophy, politics, religion and cooking. Included in this collection are Thomas Jefferson's first Inaugural Address, "Secession" by Alexander H. Stephens, "Of Truth" and the preface to "The New Organon, or True Directions Concerning the Interpretation of Nature" by Francis Bacon, John Donne's l ...
 
Posterior Analytics is the fourth of Aristotle's six texts on logic which are collectively known as the Organon ("Instrument"). Posterior Analytics deals with demonstration, definition, and scientific knowledge. Demonstration is distinguished as a syllogism productive of scientific knowledge, while Definition is marked as the statement of a thing's nature, a statement of the meaning of the name, or of an equivalent nominal formula. (Introduction adapted from Wikipedia)
 
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According to the U.S. Travel Association, $1.03 trillion in traveler spending generated $2.4 trillion in economic output and supported 15.6 million American jobs. Not only is travel a leisure thing we do after having accumulated sufficient vacation time at work to take a break from reality, but it’s also great in supporting the economy, and we ...…
 
According to Pew Research Center, about 25% of parents are unmarried, which is vastly different from 1968, where only about 4% of parents were unmarried. Research finds that after one year, about three-in-ten young adults get married, 9% break up the relationship and 62% continue cohabiting. Moreover, among adults aged 25 and older, 23% of male ...…
 
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), about 1 of every 5 adults in the U.S. experience mental illness during any given year. In 1949, Mental Health America started a yearly observation which elevates the importance of addressing mental health, along with media campaigns, events and screenings. On this episode, the team at ...…
 
Historically, the United States has been a beacon of hope, and the symbol of opportunity and the chance for a new life to immigrants. From Pilgrims seeking religious freedom in the 1600s, to those seeking opportunity during the early 19th century, and most recently, those seeking asylum from war and violence-stricken countries. Over the last se ...…
 
In 2016, a researcher from Columbia University’s Teachers College published a study which discovered that high-school students’ science grades improved after they learned about the struggles of renowned scientists, such as Einstein and Marie Curie, while students who only knew about scientists’ successes, experienced declines in their grades. O ...…
 
With over 1.86 billion monthly active users, Facebook is increasingly expected take on the social responsibilities of managing cyber bullying, censoring hate speech while at the same time ensuring that free speech is protected. As an example, 87% of cyber bullying among teenagers occurs on Facebook, while over 87 million people may have had the ...…
 
According to an article found on Cheatsheet.com, there are many reasons why these days, job hunting can be an extremely difficult task. These reasons include extremely long applications, getting a job that doesn’t fit what you’re looking for, personality tests, jobs that don’t really exist, and not hearing back from hiring managers. On this epi ...…
 
According to an article found on NBC News, total student loan debt is close to reaching $1.5 trillion, and is still on the rise as colleges and universities continue increasing tuition over time. These days, earning a college degree may seem like something that is totally out of reach, unless you pull out a ton of loans or get a full ride schol ...…
 
According to the statistics website, Statista, the National UFO Reporting Center recorded 307 UFO sightings in 1990, and a whopping 8,619 in 2014. Moreover, in a 2017 article published on the Huffington Post, a survey conducted reported that nearly half of Americans believe in Aliens! On this episode, we talk about the belief in life outside of ...…
 
According to a study conducted by Career Builder in 2008, 41% of employers reported saying that they were more likely to promote employees who wear professional attire. The then vice president of human resources, Rosemary Haefner stated that “how you dress plays an important role in how others perceive you at work and dressing professionally ca ...…
 
According to a USA Today article, many large protests in D.C. history included the 500-600k protesters who demonstrated against the Vietnam War in 1969. In 1963, the Jobs and Freedom protest drew about 250,000 people to D.C., where Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his "I have a dream" speech. Most recently, the March for our Lives, which took p ...…
 
According to PEW, over the last 50 years, women have improved their position in the labor force, in society and in their economic position. On today’s episode, we discuss some of the progress made by women, where they stand today, according to the latest research, contemporary hindrances to progress, and what the next few decades may look like. ...…
 
Religious fundamentalism refers to the belief of an individual or a group of individuals in the absolute authority of a sacred religious text or teachings of a particular religious leader, prophet, and/or God. Over the past several years, we have witnessed stories about extremist groups, whose actions are generally blamed on their religious bel ...…
 
Social constructs are defined as a social mechanism, phenomenon, or category created and developed by society; a perception of an individual, group, or idea that is 'constructed' through cultural or social practice. We know that things like race, gender, government and “beauty” are all social constructs. We then got curious… is marriage also a ...…
 
StrengthsQuest™ (SQ) is a program that helps people learn what they do best, and then how to build our studies, careers, and lives--capitalizing on those talents. The program focuses on strengths rather than weaknesses and can help individuals benefit personally and professionally. On this episode, we had the pleasure of being joined by Gallup ...…
 
According to the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), our ocean provides our planet with countless benefits, including climate regulation, recreation, food, medicine and of course - the awesome marine life it contains! On today’s episode, we are joined by marine biologist, Allison Santos, to talk about her experiences, the field ...…
 
This weekend, the team at Ology Research Group got together for its third annual retreat! On this episode, we reflect on our experiences starting up our non-profit, highlight memorable moments, and share some of our goals for 2018.
 
A year ago, the team at Ology Research Group recorded an episode about the gun debate, following an shooting at the Fort Lauderdale Airport in south Florida. Today, we come back to the table, following another shooting in south Florida, this time, at a high school. On this episode, we revisit the topic of gun ownership, self-defense and the sec ...…
 
According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Age discrimination involves treating an applicant or employee less favorably because of his or her age. This law was encompassed in the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA), which forbids age discrimination against people who are age 40 or older. There are states, however, ...…
 
Over the last few years, we have seen several social movements arise, which all deal with relevant, contemporary social issues. On today’s episode, we reflect on some of these modern acts of solidarity, social movements of decades ago, and compare them - all to answer the question: are modern protests effective?…
 
According to a Gallup poll from 2013, 70% of those surveyed either hated their jobs or were completely disengaged! From experiencing issues with superiors or teammates, to lack of purpose-focused work, there are many reasons why people these days may be unhappy with their place of employment. On today’s episode, we present a simple and insightf ...…
 
According to an article published by CBS news, prenatal screenings have increased significantly in the U.S. and in Europe. Most notably, in Iceland, nearly 100% of mothers whose fetuses tested positive for down syndrome terminated their pregnancies. Utilizing a test they call a Combination Test, mothers can now determine whether or not their ba ...…
 
In previous episodes of our show, we have touched on the themes such as happiness, stress, trauma and its broader social implications. On today’s episode, we are accompanied by Greg Prasker, a modern-day shaman, who is dedicated to working with clients who opt to pursue more, alternative, approaches to overcoming traumatic life events and toxic ...…
 
According to the German market research company Statista, some of the most common New Year’s Resolutions for 2018 included eating healthier, exercising more, saving more money, and focusing on self care and wellness. However, as we have learned from New Year’s resolution articles of previous years, most people don’t adhere to their commitments. ...…
 
As many of you who have been following Ology know, Ology Research Group provides organizations with research & evaluation support, survey instrument design, survey implementation, analytics for reports, assessment and grant writing, to allow organizations to continue to serve as effective agents of change, for the betterment of our communities. ...…
 
According to the website Save the Internet, net neutrality is defined as “the internet’s guiding principle: It preserves our right to communicate freely online. Net Neutrality means an internet that enables and protects free speech”. On December 17th, 2017, the FCC approved an order which dismantles the agency’s 2015 Net Neutrality rules, relin ...…
 
Moral values are defined as basic standards of good and evil, which govern people’s behaviors and choices. Individual’s morals may derive from many sources, including society, our families, government, religion, or self. On today’s episode, we came to answer the question - how do our moral values influence decision making?…
 
On this episode, we were joined by Dr. Sara Gorman, author of the book Denying to the Grave: Why We Ignore the Facts That Will Save Us and Co-Founder of Critica, a community committed to making rational decisions about health and security. The team at Ology sought to understand why, despite evidence and the progress the field of medicine has ma ...…
 
In May of 1796, an English doctor named Edward Jenner administered the world’s first vaccination, which was given as a way of preventing smallpox, a disease which according to the World Health Organization of the United Nations, took over 300 million lives in the 20th century. Following the introduction of vaccinations to the world, a movement ...…
 
Since the 1930s, the 12-step treatment approach to overcoming alcohol addiction has been a standard for recovery, and has also been incorporated by many other groups that help people overcome certain additions. Some of the other addictions where the 12-step treatment approach have been applied to includes: narcotics anonymous, gamblers anonymou ...…
 
According to an article found on Inc.com, being consistent brings many benefits, including facilitating measurement, creating accountability, establishing your reputation, making you relevant, and maintaining your message. On today’s episode, we discuss why consistency (in both your personal and professional life ) matters Source: https://www.i ...…
 
According to Equifax, in 2011, a few researchers from Carnegie Mellon University demonstrated that facial recognition technology could increase our risk for identity theft. Some of the risks cited by Equifax include lack of consent (having photo & data collected without your knowledge), predatory marketing, being at a disadvantage when applying ...…
 
According to a 2014 blog entry published on Psychology Today, Dr. Jefferson Fish defines tolerance as a fair, objective, and permissive attitude toward those whose opinions, practices, race, religion, nationality, etc., differ from one's own; while acceptance is defined as a person's assent to the reality of a situation, recognizing a process o ...…
 
According to an article posted on WebMD, hiking, while beautiful and picturesque, also has many benefits when it comes to health. These benefits include: lowering risk of heart disease, improving your blood pressure, and even boosting your mood. On today’s episode, we discuss our experiences enjoying the sights, hiking, why we do it, and how it ...…
 
Over the past few months, we’ve had a chance to read a few books here and there! On today’s episode, we come together to talk about some life lessons learned, from the pages we’ve read to your ears!
 
On today’s episode as part of our community voices segment, we are joined by Pat Butler. Pat is currently in pursuit of his doctorate in Policy, Planning and Development from USC. He is an Assistant Chief with the Los Angeles Fire Department, where he has worked for 27-years. He has been assigned to both administrative and operational commands ...…
 
Last month, Hurricane Maria slammed Puerto Rico and devastated the island. Over the last few weeks, we have seen relief efforts unfolding, although, not as expeditiously and politics-free as we would hope for. On today’s episode, we discuss disaster response, Puerto Rico, and concerns regarding the future of the U.S. territory.…
 
We’ve dedicated many episodes to the theme of health care and health care access. On today’s episode, we are joined by John Samuels, CEO and Co-Founder of Better Health Advisors, to discuss health care access, the healthcare industry and how clients are improving health via health advisement.
 
Times certainly have changed haven't they! On today’s episode, we wanted to take a moment and recall memorable moments growing up in the 90s, and what’s changed between now and then!
 
Technological advances have made our lives easier, more efficient and connected in unimaginable ways. Nonetheless, there have been many critics of the evolution of modern technology, and some, such as Franklin Foer, author of “World Without Mind” argues that Silicon Valley will lead us to our doom. On today’s episode, we wanted to take a moment ...…
 
Walls have been built around the world for the last millennia for many reasons. Some of those reasons include to keep people from coming in, keep people from leaving, to mark boundaries and for military purposes. In Hungary, the country has experienced thousands of migrants from Syria. Then in the U.S., of course, the hot political debate is ar ...…
 
According to an article published in the Wall Street Journal, young employees seek purpose, flexibility, collaboration and innovation. Four ways the article suggests we can motivate young employees include: technology flexibility, skill alignment, providing opportunities for innovation and empowered well-being & work-life balance. Given that as ...…
 
According to a New York Times article published this month, following the violent protest that erupted in Charlottesville Virginia, statues around the country, which represent eras of the Confederacy have been coming down. From Los Angeles, to Brooklyn, monuments and statues have come down, with many other cities proposing removal of theirs. On ...…
 
According to an article published by the Associated Press in January of 2017, an advocacy group titled Young Invincibles analyzed Federal Reserve data and concluded that millennials have about half the net worth of baby boomers, low rates of home ownership and high levels of student debt. Given that wealth is usually passed down from generation ...…
 
It’s a phenomenon that boggles the savviest of health and social science researchers - America, with all it’s wealth and global dominance, has some of the worst health care in the developed world. According to TIME magazine, while the US has the most expensive health care system, it ranks lowest in terms of efficiency, equity and outcomes. Desp ...…
 
According to an article published by Pew Research Institute, in 1999, about 4% of the world’s population was connected to the internet. Today, about 49% are connected, and about 8.4 billion connected “things” are in use worldwide. By “things”, we’re referring to the Internet of Things (IoT), a term used to describe things that are connected to ...…
 
According to an article found in The Atlantic titled “When Sex Trafficking Goes Unnoticed in America”, the Department of Homeland Security defines human trafficking as a modern day form of slavery. The International Labor Organization indicated that there’s over 20.9 million human trafficking victims around the world. On this episode, we wanted ...…
 
Habits. They can often be an annoyance to some, but the source of persistence and resiliency in others. On today’s episode, we will explore good habits, bad habits, why they form and how to change them!
 
A dissertation is the culmination of a doctoral students’ journey as they seek their terminal degrees. It is a long and treacherous process, which tests our research abilities, and where we are tasked with the responsibility of adding to the knowledge base of our field. In this third part of our three-segment mini-series, we wanted to take mome ...…
 
According to the Cambridge Dictionary, generation snowflake is defined as a way of referring to people who are too easily upset and offended. Wikipedia also defines snowflakes are a term used to define young adults of the 2010s who are more prone to taking offense, being less resilient than prior generations, and being too emotionally vulnerabl ...…
 
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